Albert Hosteen (Floyd “Red Crow” Westerman): …On this day, when the holy people had given the FBI man a miracle, a white buffalo was born. And every Native American knew—whether he believed the story or not—that this was a powerful omen, and that great changes were coming.
John Fitzgerald Byers (Bruce Harwood): Are you familiar with a post-World War II project known as Operation Paper Clip?
Mulder: Our deal with the devil. The US government provided safe haven for Nazi war criminals in exchange for their scientific knowledge.
Mulder: What is this work that my father was involved in?
Victor Klemper (Walter Gotell): I have no answer for you.
Well-Manicured Man (John Neville): Mulder is alive.
The First Elder (Don S. Williams): I think it’s time we call our friends who will handle this matter more satisfactorily.
Well-Manicured Man: In 1947 a spacecraft was reportedly recovered in New Mexico. No doubt you know of this. And of the reported recovery of a body at the site. These incidents coincided with not only World War II, but with an ignominious project which brought Nazi scientists and war criminals to this country to exploit their knowledge.
Scully: Operation Paper Clip.
Well-Manicured Man: Yes, you know of it already. Then you must also know the work of Dr. Josef Mengele. The Nazi Angel of Death.
Well-Manicured Man: Poor Victor. He loved orchids. Did you know that he was able to create some of the most beautiful hybrids.
Mulder: Klemper was trying to create an alien-human hybrid. That’s what I saw in the boxcar. He was using human test subjects.
Mulder: They took my sister. Why?
Well-Manicured Man: They took her as insurance. Because your father threatened to expose the project.
Mulder: Why her? Why not me?
Well-Manicured Man: That’s not for me to say.
Mulder: Is there more?
Well-Manicured Man: More than you’ll ever know.
CSM (William B. Davis): What is this?
Asst. Director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi): This is where you pucker up and kiss my ass.
Scully: You were right. There is no justice.