Zero Sums (4x21)
written by Howard Gordon and Frank Spotnitz
CIGARETTE SMOKING MAN: I'm not here to answer your questions.
SKINNER: You murdered him! You killed an officer of the law!
CIGARETTE SMOKING MAN: I suggest you keep your voice down, Mr. Skinner, unless you want your neighbors to know the hours and the company you keep.
CIGARETTE SMOKING MAN: You're in no position to question the terms of our arrangement.
SKINNER: Then we have no arrangement.
CIGARETTE SMOKING MAN: You'll find it's not that easy to walk away from, Mr. Skinner.
CIGARETTE SMOKING MAN: A man digs a hole, he risks falling into it.
CIGARETTE SMOKING MAN: I think the less you know the better, under the circumstances.
SKINNER: I need to know what that man died for.
CIGARETTE SMOKING MAN: He died for you, Mr. Skinner. He died so you could have what you wanted - a cure for Agent Scully. Isn't that what you want?
SKINNER: If I told you there was a chance that the bees that made that could be lethal, would that be helpful?
DR. VALEDESPINO: Any kind of bee can be lethal, provided you get stung by enough of them. Even Africanized honey bees, the so-called killer bees, basically have the same venom as the European honey bee. It's just that they tend to attack in swarms.