Teso dos Bichos (3x18)
written by John Shiban
SCULLY: Well, it's human. Small intestine. There's about four feet of jejunum and another foot of ileum.
MULDER: Do we know for sure it's Lewton?
SCULLY: Yeah, by what he had for lunch. Corn chowder. It looks like he'd been snacking on sunflower seeds all afternoon.
MULDER: A man of taste.
MULDER: Someone fed this dog rat poison?
VETERINARIAN: No. When I dissected the dog's stomach I found an undigested fragment of intestine which appears to be feline.
SCULLY: The dog ate a cat.
VETERINARIAN: I also found what appears to be bits of rat fur. I think the rat ate the poison.
SCULLY: The cat ate a rat.
MULDER: And the dog ate the cat. More rats, Scully.
MULDER: (voiceover) The icons from that world represent forces that cannot be tamed or collected in a museum. The true curse that struck the museum was the failure to understand that there are powers that should not be disturbed... That some things are better left buried.