KRYCEK: You know, Chernobyl, Exxon Valdez, Three Mile Island... they were all linked to sleep deprivation. The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates that over 190,000 fatal car crashes every year are linked to sleepiness.
MULDER: Did they estimate how many people are put to sleep listening to their statistics?
KRYCEK: Yeah. You really think he tracked her down with that implant?
MULDER: Well, that's the easiest explanation. It's also the most implausible.
KRYCEK: Is there another possibility?
MULDER: Somebody could have given him her address. I don't know who.
KRYCEK: Skinner's expecting my report on the Duane Barry incident. What do I tell him?
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: The truth.
KRYCEK: What do you mean?
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: Confirm Mulder's version of events. You've earned his trust, the object now is to preserve it.
KRYCEK: For how much longer?
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: Until your assignment is complete.
KRYCEK: If Mulder is such a threat, why not eliminate him?
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: That's not policy.
KRYCEK: It's not? After what you had me do?
CIGARETTE-SMOKING MAN: Kill Mulder and you risk turning one man's religion into a crusade.
MULDER: Is Agent Krycek asserting that I killed him too?
SKINNER: No. He corroborates your story. But the fact is, we've got a dead suspect, Agent Mulder, and no other plausible cause of death. O.P.C. wants the both of you to take a lie detector test. You're to report there immediately.
MULDER: There is another plausible cause of death.
SKINNER: Which is?
MULDER: Poisoning by injection or ingestion.
MULDER: You won't find that on the navy pathologist's report.
SKINNER: What are you saying, Agent Mulder?
MULDER: That the autopsy is incomplete. That the military covered up the toxicological findings.
SKINNER: And why would they do that?
MULDER: Because they know where Scully is.
MAN: Why are you so paranoid, Mulder?
MULDER: Oh, I don't know. Maybe it's because I find it hard to trust anybody.
X: You've wasted a trip, Mister Mulder. There's nothing the Senator can do for you now.
X: Not without committing political suicide.
MULDER: Why? Do they have something on him?
X: They have something on everyone, Mister Mulder. The question is when they'll use it.
X: This reaches beyond any of us, Mister Mulder. Even my predecessor.
MULDER: I want an answer!
X: Why kill Duane Barry if there was nothing to hide?
MULDER: You mean the government?
X: There are no answers for you, Mister Mulder. They only have one policy... Deny everything.
SKINNER: This is a serious allegation, Agent Mulder.
MULDER: So long as it's true.
SKINNER: "Agent Krycek was hired or suborned by an outside agency to impede a federal investigation and may be responsible for the death of a suspect in a capitol murder case."?
MULDER: It goes on.
SKINNER: "And the possible murder of the tram operator at Skyland Mountain." There's a lot of blood on this document, Agent Mulder. Are you standing behind this, going on the record?
MULDER: Yes, sir.
SKINNER: Then you damn well better have the facts to back it up.
MULDER: I found this in Agent Krycek's car. He doesn't smoke. Agent Krycek was the last person with Duane Barry before he died. He was also the last person to see the tram operator before he disappeared. When I got to the top of Skyline Mountain, I saw an unmarked helicopter working the area. I believe that Agent Krycek gave away the whereabouts of Duane Barry and Agent Scully to whoever he's working with.
SKINNER: And who is that?
MULDER: I don't know, the military? Some covert organization within the government? Whoever it is that man who smokes those cigarettes works for.
MULDER: Because Agent Scully got too close to whatever it is they're trying to deny. Because she had hard and damning evidence, that metallic implant in her possession. Or because her termination would prevent further involvement with me and my work.
MULDER: Who are these people who can just murder with impunity and we can't do anything about it?
SKINNER: Let it go, Agent Mulder.
MULDER: Like hell.
SKINNER: There's nothing you can do.
MULDER: What can you do about it?
SKINNER: There's only one thing I can do, Agent Mulder. As of right now, I'm reopening the X-Files. That's what they fear the most.
MARGARET SCULLY: I had that dream again last night. About Dana being taken away? I can't tell you how it scares me.
MULDER: It's probably scarier when you stop having the dream. Don't you think?
MULDER: I found this [cross]. It's something I... I never considered about her. If she was... if she was such a skeptic, why did she wear that?
MARGARET SCULLY: I gave it to her on her fifteenth birthday.
MULDER: Don't you want to keep it?
MARGARET SCULLY: When you find her, you give it to her.