FBI Deputy Director Alvin Kersh: You ever hear of King George the III?
John Doggett: You answer my question!
FBI Deputy Director Alvin Kersh: He was King of England when America declared independence in 1776. King George the III kept a diary. On July 4th, 1776, he made an entry in it: "Nothing important happened today"
John Doggett: What the hell does that got to do with me?
FBI Deputy Director Alvin Kersh: A revolution started, things that changed the world forever, and even kings can miss them if they are not paying attention.
FBI Assistant Director Brad Follmer: You're making a big mistake here.
Monica Reyes: Yeah, I seem to make one every time I walk in your door.
[regarding the baby's abnormal behavior]
Walter Skinner: If you can't tell me then get to Mulder. Tell him what happened.
Dana Scully: Mulder can't know. He can't be brought back into this, he can't be brought back to the FBI. It's just too dangerous for him right now.
Walter Skinner: It's too dangerous for everyone.