written by Frank Spotniz and Chris Carter
MAN: Johansen did what he had to. That's war. Some are sacrificed so that others can live.
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: What's the prognosis?
DOCTOR: It's just a matter of time, this kind of absorption will have a rapid effect on cellular activity, giving rise to the onset of massive and malignant cancers.
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: Has anyone been in to see these men?
DOCTOR: No, your orders were to isolate them. But I think we should get a specialist in here because, frankly, I've never seen anything like this before.
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: I have.
DOCTOR: Do you know what caused this?
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: Have the bodies destroyed.
DOCTOR: But.. but sir...these men aren't dead yet!
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: Isn't that the prognosis?
SCULLY: Do you realize what you're saying, sir?
SKINNER: I'm not advancing any conspiracy theory here, Scully.
SCULLY: You're saying, that they closed down my sister's case not because of lack of evidence but because they didn't want us to catch the killer.
SKINNER: You should be very careful about the accusations that you make.
SKINNER: Listen to me, anger is a luxury that you cannot afford right now. If you're angry, you're gonna make a mistake, and these people will take advantage of that, you've seen how they operate.
SCULLY: I'll be ok.
SKINNER: Scully.. if you can't keep your head.. it's all right to step away.
SCULLY: It's exactly what they want.
WELL-MANICURED MAN: Who is this?
MULDER: Who is this?
WELL-MANICURED MAN: Who gave you this number?
MULDER: You probably know. A man named Krycek.
WELL-MANICURED MAN: Alex Krycek?
MULDER: Yeah nice guy, killed my father, you wouldn't happen to know where he is, do you?
SCULLY: Keep looking for him (The Hispanic Man - Luis Cardinal).
FULLER: We... pretty much exhausted our avenues.
SCULLY: What's it gonna take?
CALECA: At this point? Other than a sign from God?
SCULLY: I've seen stranger things, believe me.
MAN: I believe she has.
SCULLY: There must be 200 silos out here. If I'm correct they were all filled with concrete in accord with the disarmament treaty when the base was decommissioned.
MULDER: I didn't sign any disarmament treaty.
MULDER: We're 8 stories down.
SCULLY: Where's the concrete?
MULDER: Apparently, nobody else signed that treaty either.
SCULLY: 1 down, 199 silos to go.
MULDER: I wanted to thank you for everything you did.
SKINNER: You mean getting a shot in the gut?
MULDER: You got shot because you stood up to these people.
SKINNER: I think you're perceiving from a mistaken impression, what I did, I did it because it's my job.
MULDER: From what I understand, you put your job and your life on the line for Scully.
SKINNER: This isn't my crusade, agent Mulder. A woman was murdered, I mistakenly thought that we could bring the man who committed that crime to justice.
SCULLY: I think the dead are speaking to us, Mulder, demanding justice. Maybe that man was right. Maybe we bury the dead alive.