Maslin: And, so, the plot...I-I'm just
trying to get this straight. The plot is for these spacelings to
take over the planet aided by a group of men here on Earth?
Mulder: A shadow conspiracy within our own government.
Maslin: Who are growing corn in the middle of the desert, which features pollen which was genetically altered to hold a virus, which will be taken away by bees whose sting transmits the virus, causing the growth of an extraterrestrial biological entity inside the human host?
|Next time, I'll wear a clown suit
and do balloon tricks. --Mulder.
Scully: Mulder...look, after all you've done, after all you've uncovered...a conspiracy of men doing human experiments, men who are all now dead. You exposed their secrets. I mean, you've won. What more could you possibly hope to do or to find?...is simply insulting. It is quite appalling to see Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz listed as the writers here. Mulder uncovered and exposed nothing. He has no hard evidence. He has won nothing. Worse than that, this little dialog reduces Scully to the role of Mulder's sidekick, after all these years and all they've been through. What about her sacrifices and losses? What about her quest? What about her cancer and the computer chip implanted in her neck? What about that wonderful reaffirmation of their partnership and their joint quest at the end of the movie? Reducing everything to Mulder's quest for his sister at this point is offensive.
Mulder: My sister.
Mulder: I don't see there's any
argument here. You admit yourself
that the crime report is a lie.
Scully: Mulder, that doesn't mean
that I can just accept your theory.
Farmer: Jehovah's Witness?
Scully: No, sir. Federal Bureau
|Stacy Muir: You two looking for
Karin about boarding?
Mulder: No, it's actually more of
a behavior problem.
Scully: Yeah, he doesn't listen
and he chews on the furniture.
|Langly: You know, Byers,
growing old with
us ain't so bad.
Frohike: Oh, shut up, Langly.
You really want him to kill
Three of a Kind
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