written by Jeffrey Bell
MULDER: The Hong Kong manifest has the cargo listed as a dog.
SCULLY: A dog? A "dog" dog?
MULDER: Yo quiero Taco Bell. That alone is not what drew me to this case. The two men were found inside the container which was locked from the outside.
SCULLY: What happened to the dog?
MULDER: Dog gone… Dog gone… Doggone.
SCULLY: Yeah, I got it.
SCULLY: Mulder, I don't have to tell you how absolutely and completely wrong that seems. I mean, they were found dead in a locked cage, right?
SCULLY: Two grown men?
SCULLY: You're not going to tell me that a dog did this.
MULDER: A bad dog.
OFFICER JEFFREY CAHN: I'm not really sure. The man it was shipped to's name is Detweiler. Dr. Ian Detweiler. Calls himself a "cryptozoologist."
OFFICER JEFFREY CAHN: Yeah they deal with animals thought to be extinct.
MULDER: Animals that aren't supposed to exist like Sasquatch and the Ogopogo and the Abominable Snowman and -
SCULLY: Don't mind him. He'll go on forever.
SCULLY: How is it that you know so much about her but you don't know what she looks like?
MULDER: I never actually met her.
SCULLY: Yet you assume that she's going to help us?
MULDER: No, actually, it's not an assumption. She is the one who told me about his case.
SCULLY: Oh, so you two are chummy?
MULDER: Well, I've read her books.
SCULLY: Ah. The Wolf Inside... Dogs Don't Lie... Better Than Human... Better Than Human?
MULDER: She's not a real people person.
KARIN BERQUIST: Canids' intelligence is far superior to ours if that's what you want to know.
SCULLY: Intelligence enough to murder?
KARIN BERQUIST: Murder takes no intelligence. It's a human behaviorism.
SCULLY: Don't underestimate a woman. They can be tricksters, too.