Episode: Grotesque Episode Number: 3x14 Tagline: The Truth is Out There
Mulder: ". . . failed to mention on his INS application that he spent the better part of his 20's in an insane asylum." ---
Scully: "He was arrested last week for the serial murders of at least seven men." ---
Mulder: "You thought all they (Uzbekistan) produced were great hockey players." ---
Scully: "The level of violence and
overkill here would suggest the work of a very angry individual."
Mastau: "Leave me alone."
Patterson: "So what is it Mulder?
Little green men? Evil spirits? Hounds of Hell?"
Mulder: "Patterson never liked me."
(Scully gets spooked by a cat)
Mulder: "I've got a few theories,
I'm just trying to stitch them together right now."
Patterson: "I have to say . . . I'm
really disappointed in you."
Scully: "Look, when I couldn't reach you I went to your apartment. I saw your new wallpaper." ---
Skinner: Are you worried about Agent
Mulder: "It's Nemhauser. But you
already knew that, didn't you?"
Patterson: "My advice to you Scully -- let Mulder do what he has to do. Don't get in his way and don't try to hold him back . . . because you won't be able to." ---
Mulder: "We work in the dark. We do what we can to battle with the evil that would otherwise destroy us. But, a man's character's fate is defined as not a choice but a calling. Yet sometimes the weight of this burden causes us to falter, breaching the fragile fortress of our mind, allowing the monsters without to turn within and we are left alone, staring into the abyss . . . into the laughing face of madness." ---
Mulder: "What he really meant is if you want to catch a monster you have to become one yourself."