Mulder: What if someone dies because we withheld what we knew? CSM: What if someone dies because we didn’t? There will be a time for the truth, Mulder, but this isn’t it.
Head Calusari: The evil that is here has always been. It has gone by different names through history. Cain. Lucifer. Hitler. It does not care if it kills one boy or a million men. If try to stop us, the blood will be on your hands.
Dr. Blockhead: Nature abhors normality. It can’t go long without creating a mutant.
Scully: What happened? Captain Barkley: Time got lost.
Coming Soon. In theory.
X: You’ll only win the war if you pick the right battles, Agent Mulder. This is a battle you can’t win.
Scully: I mean whatever happened to “Trust no one,” Mulder? Mulder: I changed it to “Trust everyone.” I didn’t tell you?
X: In case you haven’t noticed, Agent Mulder, the Statue of Liberty is on vacation. The new mandate says if you are not a citizen, you’d better keep out.
Mulder: You are responsible. You knew the power of your beliefs, no matter how watered down. Did you really think you could call up the Devil and ask him to behave?
Mulder: Well some people collect salt and pepper shakers. Fetishists collect dead things. Fingernails and hair. No one quite knows why. Though I’ve never really understood salt and pepper shakers myself.
B.J. Morrow: It’s always the same. I’m a house. It feels familiar. There’s a woman that’s been hurt… there’s a mirror. I see a man’s reflection. I recognize his face, but I don’t know him. What I remember most is the blood. There’s a lot of blood.
Gung: Something… has gone very wrong. The mushrooms, we take to speak with the dead. To see our ancestors in the spirit world. But the spirit in this place is very angry, and the souls that died here continue to suffer. And now they have been awakened.
Mulder: According to the literature, Abe Lincoln was a walk-in. And Mikhail Gorbachev. And Charles Colson, Nixon’s advisor. Scully: Not Nixon? Mulder: No. Not even they want to claim Nixon.
Mulder: That's no mean claim. Dr. Adam Pierce: Daniel always had a flair for self-dramatization. Scully: I'd always heard he was brilliant. Pierce: Brilliant doesn't go quite far enough. Pierce: Daniel and I... I always played Salieri to his Mozart. I was never quite on the same plane of intellect. This time I found him…
X: I used to be you. I was where you are now. But you’re not me, Mulder. I don’t think you have the heart. Walk away. Grieve for Scully. And then never look back. You will be able to live with yourself, Mulder. On the day you die.