Dreamland 1 (6x04)
written by Vince Gilligan, Frank Spotnitz and John Shiban
SCULLY: Mulder, it's the dim hope of finding that proof that's kept us in this car, or one very much like it for more nights than I care to remember. Driving hundreds if not thousands of miles through neighborhoods and cities and towns where people are raising families and buying homes and playing with their kids and their dogs, and... in short, living their lives. While we - we - we just keep driving.
MULDER: What is your point?
SCULLY: Don't you ever just want to stop? Get out of the damn car? Settle down and live something approaching a normal life?
MULDER: This is a normal life.
MRS. FLETCHER: Morris! What about Chris?
MULDER (as MORRIS): Chris?
CHRIS: You said you'd give me an answer today.
MRS. FLETCHER: Her nose. You said you'd give her an answer about her nose.
MULDER (as MORRIS): Um... I think...
MULDER (as MORRIS): I think she's a little young for plastic surgery don't you think?
MRS. FLETCHER: Oh, for God's sake, Morris-- a nose ring! She said she wants a nose ring!
SCULLY: You don't think that we should follow up on this?
MORRIS (as MULDER): Are you out of your pretty little mind?
SCULLY: Am I out of my mind? Mulder, you are out of your mind! What is up with you?! I'm thinking about having you examined for mental illness or-or drug use or... Or maybe a massive head injury! This is an X-File, your life's work, your crusade!
MORRIS (as MULDER): As I understand it, we're off the X-Files.
MULDER (as MORRIS): "Warp?"
HOWARD: That's a tear in the space-time continuum, an anomaly created by the malfunction of the aircraft which was operating in gravity pulse mode before it went down.
GENERAL WEGMAN: We've been flying these things since '53. I never heard of anything like this.
MULDER (as MORRIS): According to quantum physics, it's possible.
HOWARD: Anti-gravity systems utilize bends in space and time for propulsion. A sudden shift in a craft's trajectory could create the kind of distortion we're witnessing right here.
HOWARD: A lizard and a rock existing in the same time and space. The fact that none of us remembers seeing it is evidence that my theory is correct, sir.
JEFF: And how's that?
MULDER (as MORRIS): Lost time.
HOWARD: (nodding) Lost time is a common symptom of close proximity to anti-gravity propulsion systems.
MULDER (as MORRIS): How do we get the lizard out of the rock?
HOWARD: Who says we can?
JOANNE FLETCHER: You're not attracted to me anymore. I disgust you, don't I?
MULDER (as MORRIS): No. No. It's not... It's not that you're disgusting. I- i- it's just that...
JOANNE FLETCHER: It's just that you don't want to ever make love to me ever again, that's all. That and you mumble something about Scully in your sleep. Who is Scully, Morris? Is it another woman?
MULDER (as MORRIS): Does Scully sound like a woman's name to you?
JOANNE FLETCHER: Yes?
SCULLY: Hi. My name is Dana Scully. I'm looking for Morris Fletcher.
JOANNE FLETCHER: Morris! You son of a bitch.
MULDER (as MORRIS): I'm Mulder. I'm really Mulder. I switched bodies, places, identities with this man Morris Fletcher the man that you think is Mulder, but he's not. Of course you don't believe me. Why was I expecting anything different? Your full name is Dana Katherine Scully. Your badge number is... Hell! I don't know your badge number. Your mother's name is Margaret. Your brother's name is Bill Jr. He's in the Navy and he hates me. Lately, for lunch, you've been having this six-ounce cup of yogurt, plain yogurt, into which you stir bee pollen because you're on a bee pollen kick even though I tell you you're a scientist and you should know better.