Episode: Revelations Episode Number: 3x11 Tagline: The Truth is Out There Focus: Kevin Kryder
|Writing: Kim Newton Direction: David Nutter Original US Airdate: 15 Dec 1995 Nielsen Rating: 10.0|
Location: Waynesburg, PA ; Loveland, OH Title Explanation : Refers to the receiving of Biblical 'revelations' or visions of God, often through stigmata (wounds on the hands and feet like those of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ).
|Scully attempts to protect a boy whose death could trigger the coming of armageddon.|
Reverend: ". . . Moses hadn't really parted the Red Sea. He said that high winds and ocean currents had been responsible." ---
Rev: "Most people today tend to vest themselves in science and cynicism. They expect proof for all they see. Miracles are wondrous by nature, they need no rationale. No justification." ---
Mulder: "No, I think this is a case of too much faith. (Tastes blood) And too much sugar." ---
Mulder: "Or maybe it's just a . .
. very disgruntled altarboy."
Teacher: "Kevin Cryder. I assume, Kevin, that in the last 24 hours you've become quite the math wizard. Why don't you come on up to the board and share with us your gift with numbers?" ---
Principal: "I love my job . . ." ---
Scully: "Did you get a composite?"
Mulder: "By who? Who asked you to
Scully: "Mr. Jarvis, my religious
convictions are hardly the issue here."
Mulder: "Any revelations?"
Mulder: "And now you're suggesting that this is Saint Owen?" ---
Mulder: "These people are simply fanatics behaving fanatically using religion as a justification. They give bona fide paranoiacs like myself a bad name. They are no more divine or holy than that ketchup we saw on the murdered preacher." ---
Scully: "I believe in the idea that
God's hand can be witnessed. I believe he can create miracles."
Mulder: "You never draw MY bath . . ." ---
Scully: "How is it that you're able to go out on a limb whenever you see a light in the sky, but you're unwilling to accept the possibility of a miracle? Even when it's right in front of you." ---
Scully: "Mostly it just makes me afraid."