MULDER: What is that look, Scully?
SCULLY: I would have thought that after three years you'd know exactly what that look was.
MULDER: What, you don't believe in ghosts?
SCULLY: You're saying that what this man saw was the victim's ghost?
MULDER: Sounds more like a disembodied soul.
SCULLY: Which is just another name for a ghost.
HUDAK: ... the guy that claims that he saw the victim...
MULDER: No, no, not the victim. Her apparition, what the Irish call a fetch, what is more commonly known as a wraith.
MULDER: Anybody recognize this woman?
CHUCK: That's the lady that got murdered.
VARIOUS PATIENTS: Yeah she's the one... I recognize her... I know her... She was murdered...
SCULLY: And, does anybody recognize this man [Jay Leno]?
VARIOUS PATIENTS: Oh, yes, yes, he did it... He did it... He's the murderer... He's a very funny man... He smiles a lot.
MULDER: Any idea about the psychology at work?
SCULLY: Well, there's something called ego dystonia. It's a form of obsessive-compulsive disorder where a person has the persistent and inescapable impulses to change things, to organize, to reorganize. But it's not ordinarily something that escalates to a murderous impulse.
MULDER: What is a death omen if not a vision of our own mortality?
MULDER: You can believe what you want to believe, Scully, but you can't hide the truth from me because if you do, then you're working against me ... and yourself. I know what you're afraid of. I'm afraid of the same thing.