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The X-Files

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« Reply #75 on: September 27, 2011, 01:11:33 am »

The X-Files (1993–2002)

Season 1

    Third Man: Are you familiar with an agent named Fox Mulder?
    Scully: Yes, I am.
    Third Man: How so?
    Scully: By reputation. He's an Oxford educated psychologist, who wrote a monograph on serial killers and the occult, that helped to catch Monty Props in 1988. Generally thought of as the best analyst in the violent crimes section. He had a nickname at the academy... Spooky Mulder.

    Section Chief Blevins: Are you familiar with the so-called X-Files?
    Scully: I believe they have to do with unexplained phenomena.
    Section Chief Blevins: More or less. The reason you're here, Agent Scully, is we want you to assist Mulder on these X-Files. You'll write field reports on your activities along with your observations on the validity of the work.
    Scully: Am I to understand that you want me to debunk the X-Files Project, sir?
    Section Chief Blevins: Agent Scully, we trust you'll make the proper scientific analysis.

    [Scully knocks at the door to Mulder's office.]
    Mulder: Sorry, nobody down here but the FBI's most unwanted.
    Scully: Agent Mulder. I'm Dana Scully. I've been assigned to work with you.
    Mulder: Oh, isn't it nice to be suddenly so highly regarded. So who did you tick off to get stuck with this detail, Scully?
    Scully: Actually, I'm looking forward to working with you. I've heard a lot about you.
    Mulder: Oh, really... I was under the impression that you were sent to spy on me.

    Mulder: Do you believe in the existence of extraterrestrials?
    Scully: Logically I would have to say no. Given the distances need to travel from the of reaches of space the energy requirements would exceed a spacecraft's capabilities ...
    Mulder: Conventional wisdom...

    Scully: The answers are there, you just have to know where to look.
    Mulder: That's why they put the 'I' in FBI.

    Mulder: ... in most of my work, the laws of physics rarely seems to apply.

    Section Chief Blevins: Agent Mulder. What are his thoughts?
    Scully: Agent Mulder believes we are not alone.
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