Mulder: Why is it still so hard for you to believe, even when all the evidence suggests extraordinary phenomena?
Scully: Because sometimes looking for extreme possibilities makes you blind to the probable explanation right in front of you.
Judy Bishop: As hard as it is for a mother to admit, Michelle is a disturbed child. Oh, I know this sounds terrible to say, but the truth is that sometimes she frightens me.
Scully: Frightens you how?
Judy Bishop: She's not like other girls, Agent Scully.
Scully: Tell me.
Judy Bishop: She just isn't. She doesn't have any friends. She hardly ever smiles. It breaks my heart that I can't comfort her. She says she sees things that I can't see. She hears people yelling in her head.
Mulder: Check for burns or lesions on Barbala's body.
Mulder: Psychokinesis is usually associated with an electrical charge.
Scully: Are you saying Michelle possesses the ability to psychically project her own will?
Mulder: How else could a 60-pound kid throw a 200-pound detective out the window?
Mulder: Have you observed any unexplained phenomena in Michelle's presence?
Dr. Sheila Braun: Unexplained phenomena?
Mulder: Inordinate physical strength, psychic ability, telekinesis...
Dr. Sheila Braun: You're joking, of course.
[Mulder shakes his head. She looks at her watch]
Dr. Sheila Braun: I have a patient waiting, Agent Mulder. If you'll excuse me.