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Richard 'Ringo' Langly (Character)
from "The X-Files" (1993)

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The X Files: Resist or Serve (2004) (VG)
Ringo Langly: OK boys and girls, if I can't read you loud and clear, I blame Frohike.
Melvin Frohike: I heard that!

Ringo Langly: I don't think I can ever do what you just did. But I gotta hand it to ya! How bout a hand of agent Scully?
Dana Scully: Ok Langly, enough.
Ringo Langly: Sure was nice of John Gillnitz to lend you a hand. Why don't you grab a foot just in case? Might come in handy!
Dana Scully: Langly. Where's the door?
Ringo Langly: Left, down the hall.
[sings to himself]
Ringo Langly: Hands up, baby hands up! Kama Hand Jive!
Dana Scully: Langly, I swear. If you don't shut up, I'm going to take this hand and beat you with it.
Ringo Langly: Fair enough.

Dana Scully: So we're sure the Briar Lake corpses were brought here?
Ringo Langly: Ummmm, define "sure."
Dana Scully: Gugh! Lets just do this!

Ringo Langly: Oh you're going to take that guys hand off?
Dana Scully: Yes Langly.
Ringo Langly: That's both really cool and totally sickening at the same time. I can see why Frohike likes you.

"The X-Files: E.B.E. (#1.17)" (1994)
Ringo Langly: Yeah, UFOs caused the Gulf war syndrome, that's a good one.
Byers: That's what we like about you Mulder. Your ideas are weirder than ours.

Ringo Langly: Check it out, Mulder: I had breakfast with the guy who shot John F. Kennedy.
Mulder: Is that so?
Ringo Langly: Old dude now, but yeah. Said he was dressed as a cop on the grassy knoll.

[Ringo picks up the phone and turns on the tape recorder]
Ringo Langly: Lone Gunmen.
Mulder: It's Mulder. Turn the tape recorder off.
Ringo Langly: [pauses] Okay, it's off.
Mulder: Turn it off!
Ringo Langly: It's off, already!

"The X-Files: Unusual Suspects (#5.3)" (1997)
Byers: [to Frohicke and Langly] Both of you relax!
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: [to Byers] Shut up, ya narc!
Frohike: It's your fault we're here!

Richard 'Ringo' Langly: [to Frohike] Say it.
[Frohike hesitates]
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: *Say... it*!
Frohike: [embarrassed, muttering] Your kung-fu is the best.

Richard 'Ringo' Langly: [off-camera] We are screwed.
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: Thank you *so* much for getting me involved in this, Doohickey!
Frohike: FROHIKE, you hippie jerk!
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: DOOHICKEY!

"The Lone Gunmen: Like Water for Octane (#1.4)" (2001)
Langly: I spent two solid weeks creating this medieval civilization from the ground up.

Richard 'Ringo' Langly: This game isn't about violence. It's about empire building. I spent two solid weeks creating this medival civilization from the ground up.
Melvin Frohike: Yet you're still a 32 year old virgin. The irony!

"The Lone Gunmen: Three Men and a Smoking Diaper (#1.5)" (2001)
Langly: [unsuccessful at stopping a baby crying] We tried everything. We fed him. We changed him. I even read him bedtime stories about the F.B.I.'s illegal collection of internet surveillance data.
Melvin Frohike: This kid refuses to negotiate.
Yves Adele Harlow: Even you're not that stupid, Frohike. He won't quit crying until you give him what he wants.
Melvin Frohike: [shares a look with Langly, then they glance at Yves' chest] Free the prisoners.

The X-Files Game (1998) (VG)
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: You want Janet Reno's number?
Craig Willmore: No I'll pass.
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: You sure? She keeps a webcam in the bedroom.

"The X-Files: Apocrypha (#3.16)" (1996)
Frohike: [examining a used envelope] I got something here. Writing. Somebody wrote on top of the package and left an impression.
Ringo Langly: Your sci-crime guys at the Bureau have a laser that can measure any change in a surface down to a few nano-meters.
Byers: Actually, they can lift a perfect impression using magnetic toner and a sheet of Mylar.
Frohike: Actually...
[while they have been debating, Mulder has used a pencil to make a rubbing of the impression on the envelope]
Mulder: Actually, it's a phone number, New York City area code.
[hands Frohike the pencil]
Mulder: Now don't drop that. That's a finely calibrated piece of investigative equipment. I gotta make a phone call.
Frohike: [looking at the pencil] I'll be damned.

"The X-Files: Blood (#2.3)" (1994)
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: Obviously, you haven't read our August edition of TLG.
Mulder: Oh, I'm sorry boys. It arrived the same day as my subscription to Celebrity Skin.

"The X-Files: One Breath (#2.8)" (1994)
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: You look down, Mulder. Tell you what, you're welcome to come over Satruday night. We're all hopping on the internet to nitpick the scientific inaccuracies of Earth 2.
Mulder: I'm doing my laundry.

"The X-Files: Dreamland II (#6.5)" (1998)
Morris Fletcher: the Lone Gunmen, aren't you? You guys are my heroes. I mean look at the crap you print.
Byers: We uncover the truth.
Morris Fletcher: The truth? That's what's so great about you monkeys. Not only do you believe the horse pucky we create, you broadcast it as well. I mean look at this!
[headline reads: "Saddam testing mandroid army in Iraqi desert."]
Morris Fletcher: There is no Saddam Hussein. This guy's name is John Gillnitz, we found him doing dinner theatre in Tulsa. Did a mean "King and I." Plays good ethnics.
Ringo Langly: to say that Saddam Hussein is a government plant?
Morris Fletcher: I'm saying I invented the guy. We set him up in '79. He rattles his saber whenever we need a good distraction. Ah... if you boys only knew how many of your stories I dreamed up while on the pot.

"The X-Files: The Gift (#8.11)" (2001)
[Skinner and Doggett are talking to the Lone Gunmen via a computer]
John Doggett: You wearin' pants, Langly?
[Langly hesitates]
Ringo Langly: Uh... Yeah.

"The X-Files: En Ami (#7.15)" (2000)
Fox Mulder: [Mulder storms into Skinner's office] Sir, I need your attention.
Walter Skinner: Is my assistant...?
Fox Mulder: No. She's away from her desk. I wouldn't just bust in here, but as I said it's a breaking situation
Walter Skinner: [the Lone Gunmen enter and open a laptop on Skinner's table] What the hell's going on here?
Fox Mulder: That's my question exactly. I believe you've all met.
Richard 'Ringo' Langly: Is this place secure?
Walter Skinner: [becoming more annoyed] Is it secure?
Melvin Frohike: Don't get testy, G-man.