SCULLY: What are these people dying for? Is it for the truth or for the lies?
MULDER: It's got to be for the truth. If we owe them anything, it's to make sure of that.
MIKE MILLAR: You're saying that, that Flight five-four-nine was in the grip of... sort of a UFO tractor beam?
MULDER: That's the Hollywood term, but yes.
MIKE MILLAR: And the Air Force shot down the UFO, thereby sending five-four-nine out of control when the beam went off.
MULDER: Do you know where she is?
SCULLY: In a mental institution.
MULDER: I'd, I'd go with you, but I'm, I'm afraid they'd lock me up.
SCULLY: Me too.
MULDER: It looks like a small superstructure with three circular pieces inside. It's hard to tell on an x-ray, hold on.
SCULLY: I think that what we've got here, Mulder, is a case of high-tech industrial espionage.
MULDER: More people are trying to get their hands on this thing than a "Tickle-Me Elmo" doll.
MAX FENIG: There are scientists in Finland right now who say that they've detected antigravity over the surface of a, a spinning superconducting disc... Technology that is supposedly twenty or thirty years down the road like over-unity energy, um, massless displacement current from cold fusion that we need for space travel. I know, thanks to my inside sources, that this technology, in fact, exists.
SCULLY: This gift that you gave me for my birthday. You never got to tell me why you gave it to me or what it means... but I think I know. I think that you appreciate that there are extraordinary men and women and... extraordinary moments when history leaps forward on the backs of these individuals... that what can be imagined can be achieved... that you must dare to dream... but that there's no substitute for perseverance and hard work... and teamwork... because no one gets there alone... and that, while we commemorate the... the greatness of these events and the individuals who achieve them, we cannot forget the sacrifice of those who make these achievements and leaps possible.
MULDER: I just thought it was a pretty cool keychain.