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Ship Captain (Madison Mason): There’s a war on. And in it or no, I don’t plan to lose me mind, or me ship, to the likes of a jackal like you.
Mulder: You can relax. There’s no war going on. The world is at peace. There’s a little trouble over at our White House but that’ll blow over. So to speak.
Mulder: It’s okay. The war’s over. Let them take you to Germany. They make nice cars.
Mulder to the Nazis: Yeah, you’re all big men now but wait ’til you get to Russia!
Skinner (Mitch Pileggi): You’re out of line, Scully.
Scully: No sir, you’re out of line. I’m sorry, but I’m coming to you for help and I’ve got nowhere else to go. I would hope that after everything that we have been through that you’d at least have the courtesy and decency—and not to mention the respect—to lisen to what I have to say.
Skinner: Use your head, Scully. It’ll save your ass.
Scully: Save your own ass, sir. You’ll save your head along with it.
Scully: I want you to do me a favor. It’s not negotiable. Either you do it or I kill you, you understand?
Crewman: American, right? Saved your life, mate. Krauts don’t want no reason to bring you Yanks into the war.
Mulder: I got two words for you, buddy: Pearl Harbor.
Mulder: After Poland, Hitler’s on his way to Denmark, Holland and France, with a few stops in between. The French all but roll over on us. The Italians seize their opportunity and the Japanese come through the back door. It’s a long bloody story. Fortunately has a happy ending.
Crewman: We win?
Mulder: Yeah, you come out on the side of history through no small amount of help from us. Not much to apologize over the next 50 years except for maybe the Spice Girls.
Mulder: In case we never meet again— Mulder kisses 1940s Scully, who clocks him with a solid right. I expected a left.