Season Five Sounds
5X01 Unusual Suspects
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Mulder: They're here! They're here! They're here!
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Ringo Langly: We're screwed.
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Ringo Langly: Shut up, ya narc!
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Mulder: No thanks, handsome.
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Melvin Frohike: Hello, pretty lady.
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Melvin Frohike: Shut up, punk!
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Melvin Frohike: Why don't you just kick this guy's ass?
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Melvin Frohike: My kung fu is the best.
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Melvin Frohike: Welcome to the dark side.
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Melvin Frohike: Your kung fu is the best.
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Melvin Frohike: You're telling me that the US government, the same government that gave us Amtrak...
Ringo Langly: Not to mention the Susan B. Anthony dollar.
Melvin Frohike: ...Is behind some of the darkest, most far-reaching conspiracies on the planet?
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X: I heard it was a lone gunman.
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Mulder: I've held a torch in the darkness to glance upon a truth unknown. An act of faith begun with an ineloquent certainty that my journey promised the chance, not just of understanding, but of recovery. That the disappearance of my sister, twenty-three years ago, would come to be explained. And that the pursuit of these greater truths about the existence of extraterrestrial life might even reunite us. A belief which I now know to be false and uninformed in the extreme. My folly revealed by facts which illuminate both my arrogance and self-deception. If only the tragedy had been mine alone, might it be more easy tonight to bring this journey to its end.
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Mulder: Keep going, FBI woman.
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Scully: Mulder? What are you doing? Why are you sitting in my bedroom in the dark?
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Scully: That would mean that for 4 years we've been nothing more than pawns in a game, that it was a lie from the beginning.
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Michael Kritschgau: What you want most desperately of all.
Mulder: The cure for Scully's cancer?
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Mulder: Scully would have known.
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The Cigarette-Smoking Man: I've never underestimated Mulder. I still don't.
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Walter Skinner: As you compound the lies, you compound the consequences for them.
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Scully: All lies lead to the truth, isn't that right?
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Scully: You're going to use me as I've been used all along. To preserve the lies.
5X03 Redux II
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Walter Skinner: Where you going?
Walter Skinner: You're moving pretty good for a dead man.
Mulder: I'm only half dead.
Walter Skinner: You have a lot to answer for, Agent Mulder!
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Walter Skinner: You don't want to forget who your friends are, Agent Mulder.
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Mulder: That helps you, how does that help me?
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Scully: If I can save you, let me.
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Mulder: Please tell me you're here with severe chest pain.
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The Cigarette-Smoking Man: I'm here tonight as a friend, Agent Mulder.
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Mulder: One sorry son of a bitch speaking.
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Mulder: If Scully dies, I will kill you. I don't care whose father you are, I will put you down.
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Mulder: We all have our faith, and mine is in the truth.
Scully: Then why did you come here if you'd already made up your mind?
Mulder: Because I knew you'd talk me out of it if I was making a mistake.
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Agent Stonecypher: When I stood on Mike's
shoulders and I put that electric pencil sharpener on top of the pile, we both knew, we could never have done it alone.
Mulder: Kill me now.
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Mike Kinsley: I couldn't believe how hard it was not to use the word "but".
Mulder: I'm having that same problem right now.
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Mulder:You know, unfortunately, around this time of year I always develop a severe hemorrhoidal condition.
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Scully: Mulder? We've got this conference. They're waiting.
Mulder: Yeah. How do I say this without using any negative words, Scully?
Scully: You want me to tell them that you're not going to make it to this yearís teamwork seminar.
Mulder: Yeah, you see that? We don't need that conference. We have communication like that, unspoken. You know what Iím thinking.
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Mulder: Who cut the cheese?
Scully: Since you won't be making it to the conference...
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Scully: However, I must remind you this goes against the Bureau's policy of male and female agents consorting in the same motel room while on assignment.
Mulder: Try any of that Tailhook crap on me, Scully, I'll kick your ass.
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Scully: Sometimes I think some work on your communication skills wouldn't be such a bad idea.
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Mulder: I'll be back soon, and we can build a tower of furniture. 'Kay?
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Mulder: I know these things.
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Scully: Mulder, I need help!
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Scully: What would that be filed next to, "The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati"?
Mulder: No, "The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati" is in the C's. "Moth Men"'s over in the M's.
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Mulder: Indian Guide says maybe you should run to the store and get some matches.
Scully: I would, but I left my wallet in the car.
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Mulder: No! Yes, actually. Yeah.
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Scully: Mulder, you need to keep warm. Your body's still in shock.
Mulder: I was told once that the best way to regenerate body heat was to crawl naked into a sleeping bag with somebody else who's already naked.
Scully: Well, maybe if it rains sleeping bags, you'll get lucky.
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Mulder: Go, girl.
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Scully: I identified with Betty's bustline.
Mulder: Yes! I did, too.
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Mulder: I don't wanna wrestle.
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Scully: I'm not going to get tired.
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Scully: Mulder, you don't want me to sing. I can't carry a tune.
Mulder: It doesn't matter. Just sing anything.
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Scully: Jeremiah was a bullfrog. Was a good friend of mine. Never understood a single word he said, but I helped him drink his wine.
Scully: Joy to the world. All the boys and girls. Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea. Joy to you and me.
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Scully: Mulder? I'm not alone.
5X06 Post-Modern Prometheus
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Mulder: Scully, do you think it's too soon to get my own 1-900 number?
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Scully: Peanut butter sandwiches?
Mulder: You think bologna would be more effective?
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Mulder: Goodnight, Dr. Frankenstein.
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Mulder: I think we found our smoking gun.
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Scully: It begins where it ends. In nothingness.
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Mulder: Have you ever seen Mister Potato Head?
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Mulder: Why didn't you call me sooner?
Scully: Because I couldn't believe it. But I need you now to be a witness on my behalf in this hearing.
Mulder: And I should have declined if I never want to see you hurt or harmed in any way.
Scully: Then why are you here?
Mulder: Because I know something that I haven't said. Something that they'll use against you to jeopardize your custody of Emily. No matter how much you love this little girl, she's a miracle that was never meant to be, Scully.
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Doctor: Now, are you two the parents?
Scully: I'm her mother.
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Mulder: How you feeling now? A little more helpful? It's all a setup, you liar! Why don't you tell me what your company's really in the business of. Huh? Abducting women and stealing their unborn children! Medical rapists! That's all you are! Now you're gonna let that little girl die! She's just a lab rat to you! Why don't you tell me whose life is worth saving, yours or hers? I want everything to help that little girl!
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Melvin Frohike: Are you at Adoption Services, Mulder?
Mulder: No, I'm at the maternity ward.
Frohike: Any fetching young mothers in there?
Mulder: Yeah, I think you might have a shot here, Frohike. Do you know anything about pharmaceuticals?
Melvin Frohike: Medicinal or recreational?
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Scully: Who are the men who would create a life whose only hope was to die?
Mulder: I don't know. But that you found her, and you had a chance to love her, then, maybe she was meant for that, too.
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Mulder: Either you come back here on your own, or I drag your sorry ass back on the bumper of my car.
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Scully: How are you feeling?
Mulder: Well, aside from the utter grinding humiliation that comes from knowing I let our suspect go, pretty good.
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Mulder: Okay, look, you do me a favor, Scully. You give me a call when you think I've come to my senses, all right?
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Mulder: Scully, what are you doing here?
Linda Bowman as Scully: You were right about her, Mulder.
Linda Bowman as Scully: She's making me do this.
Mulder: Where is she?
Linda Bowman as Scully: She's here. Mulder, make her stop. I can't help myself.
Mulder: Linda Bowman!
Linda Bowman as Scully: Mulder, make her stop.
Mulder: Show yourself!
Linda Bowman as Scully: Mulder!
Mulder: No! No!
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Mulder: I'm gonna kill you!
Scully as Linda Bowman: Don't listen to her, Mulder.
Scully as Linda Bowman: It's me. You were right about her. Linda Bowman is pushing you.
Mulder: What the hell are you talking about?
Scully as Linda Bowman: I'm Scully. Linda's right behind you, she's telling you I'm her.
Mulder: You killed her!
Scully as Linda Bowman: Mulder, I'm Scully. I'm not dead. She wants you to shoot me. She knows you'll never forgive yourself.
Mulder: Shut up!
Scully as Linda Bowman: Listen to me!
Mulder: Shut up!
Scully as Linda Bowman: Your mother is Tina, your sister is Samantha!
Mulder: Shut up!
Scully as Linda Bowman: Modell warned you. Don't play her game.
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Mulder: Hey, Scully, is this demonstration of boyish agility turning you on at all?
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Mulder: You didnít rent a convertible, did you?
Mulder: Are you aware of the statistics of decapitation?
Scully: Mulder, I'm hanging up. I'm turning off my cell phone. I'm back in the office on Monday.
Mulder: You shouldn't, ah, talk and drive at the same time, either. Are you aware of the statistics? Hello?
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Scully: What are you watching, Mulder?
Mulder: It's the World's Deadliest Swarms.
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Scully: Like evidence of conjury or the black arts or shamanism, divination, Wicca or any kind of pagan or neo-Pagan practice. Charms, cards, familiars, bloodstones, or hex signs or any of the ritual tableaux associated with the occult, Santeria, Voudoun, Macumba, or any high or low magic?
Mulder: Marry me.
Scully: I was hoping for something a little more helpful.
Mulder: Well, you know, short of looking for a lady wearing a pointy hat riding a broomstick, I think you pretty much got it covered there.
Scully: Thanks anyway.
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Scully: I'm on vacation.
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Doll: Let's have fun.
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Mulder: Hey, morning, sunshine!
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Mulder: You're obviously not a fan of American Bandstand, Scully.
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Scully: Well, maybe we need to keep our minds open to extreme possibilities.
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Mulder: I thought you weren't answering your cell phone.
Scully: Then why'd you call?
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Scully: Are there any references in occult literature to objects that have the power to direct human behavior?
Mulder: What types of objects?
Scully: Um, like a doll, for instance.
Mulder: You mean like Chucky?