Tuesday, June 05, 2007
The wit and wisdom of the X-Files, as it applies to the administration of George W. Bush
Scully: I was raised to believe that God has his reasons, however mysterious.
Mulder: He may well have is reasons but he seems to use a lot of psychotics to carry out his job orders.
Mulder: All the nuts roll down to Florida.
Skinner: When you compound the lies, you compound the consequences.
Scully: All lies lead to the truth.
Susanne Modeski: [to The Lone Gunmen] No matter how paranoid you are, you're not paranoid enough.
Scully: I'm afraid that God is speaking and no one is listening.
Scully: I hate to say this Mulder, but I think you just lost your credibility.
Mulder: If coincidences are just coincidences, why do they feel so contrived?
Krycek: Scully's a problem. A much larger problem than you described.
The Cigarette Smoking Man: Every problem has a solution.
Mulder: Fear. It's the oldest tool of power. If you're distracted by the fear of those around you, it keeps you from seeing the actions of those above.
Mulder: You know, they say when you talk to God it's prayers, but when God talks to you it's schizophrenia.
Stonecypher: Have you ever been to a team seminar, Agent Mulder?
Mulder: No, unfortunately around this time of year I usually develop a severe hemorrhoidal condition.