Tempus Fugit (4x17)
LAROLD REBHUN: ... statistically, you can fly every day for the next twenty-six thousand years before you'd have an accident.
MULDER: Oh, I got something for you.
SCULLY: Oh, you've got to be kidding me.
MULDER: This is something that reminded me of you.
SCULLY: What, an alien implant?
MULDER: Two, actually. I made 'em into earrings.
SCULLY: Mulder, why can't you just accept the facts?
MULDER: Because there are no facts, Scully. What they're telling you, what they're going to report, they're the opposite of the facts. A claim to ignorance of the facts. Claimed steadfastly, ignorance becomes as acceptable as the truth.
MOTEL MANAGER: Look at this. I don't know what kind of game she was playing in here. She blew the door right out of the jamb. I doubt insurance will cover it.
MULDER: Does your policy cover the acts of extraterrestrials?
MULDER: How deep is it here?
BRUCE BEARFELD: Fifty, sixty maybe. Have you worked at this depth before?
MULDER: Not exactly.
BRUCE BEARFELD: What exactly is your experience?
MULDER: Once, I, uh... I got a quarter off of the deep end at the "Y" pool.