Favourite The X-Files episodes → Monday
Mulder: Scully, did you ever have one of those days you wish you could rewind and start all over again from the beginning?
Scully: Yes, frequently. But, I mean, who’s to say that if you did rewind it and start over again that it wouldn’t end up exactly the same day?
Sorry, nobody down here but the FBI’s most unwanted.
Favourite The X-Files episodes → Detour
Scully: You want me to tell them that you’re not going to make it to this year’s teamwork seminar.
Mulder: Yes. You see that? We don’t need that conference. We have communication like that - unspoken. You know what I’m thinking.
“Dr. Dana Scully. I have just been assigned to the Academy as a forensic investigator. For the past eight years I was part of a unit known as the X-Files. Some of you may have heard of it.”
The X-Files, 9x03 Dæmonicus
Favourite The X-Files episodes → Pilot
“Agent Mulder, I’m Dana Scully, I’ve been assigned to work with you.”
Favourite The X-Files episodes → The Post-Modern Prometheus
“Is there anything you don’t believe in, Mulder? “
Favourite The X-Files episodes → Bad Blood
“And it wasn’t even real cream cheese it was light cream cheese!”
Favourite The X-Files episodes → The Field Where I Died
“Dana? If… early in the four years we’ve been working together… an event occurred that suggested… or somebody told you that we’d been friends together… in other lifetimes. Always. Would it have changed some of the ways we looked at one another?”
Scully’s reaction upon finding out what kind of relationship Mulder and Diana Fowley had back in the day.
“It was just, everything about it was different. It was before all the shows that followed us, that copied us. It was the first one.”
“Last year, I had something of a personal revelation. We were doing an exercise called Team Builders where we were given two minutes to build a tower out of ordinary office furniture.”
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson
fooling around presenting Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy> in 1998 [x]
The X-Files AU: Clue
→ Mulder and Scully are on their way home from a case when they get caught in an awful thunderstorm and they have to look for shelter. As fate wants it, they stumble upon a place where a murder has just happened and no one knows who the killer is. Six guests and one butler could be suspected and all of them protest their innocence. Was it Colonel Mustard in the study with a gun? Miss Scarlet in the billiard room with the rope? Or was it Wadsworth the butler? Or Maybe Mrs. White? Before they know it, they are in for an investigation because this is the only way to get out of that house save and sound.
Rarely has the disparity in their heights and sizes been more evident than in the execution of this scene. DD is tall but does not look in the least bulky until he leans over and literally wraps himself around the diminutive GA in this scene. Towering over her, he practically absorbs her—-even in her stacked-heel boots—- as his arms enfold her to show her how to hold and swing the bat. She was fairly invisible except for her legs when I viewed one of the takes from directly behind them. Another point of fact is that they are as spooned as two individuals of such disparate heights can be and maintain plausible denial that they are congenitally conjoined (!) […]
Whether for our amusement or his own or, more likely, ensuring choice cuts for the crew’s private blooper tape, I cannot say, but, at *least* once, immediately after the “ROLLING” shout, David took advantage of having Gillian trapped “within” him, as it were, and —-sorry, folks, no other way to describe it—- busted a positively lewd move on her —-wriggling and well…, uh…thrusting “himself” into her. Several of us who spotted it (primarily the two of us with bionic-binocs that zoomed the couple into our eyelashes—- and we were all pretty close to begin with) gaped at each other and gasped in astonishment —- “… did you see what he did???”—- . As for Anderson, the way her giggling carries, there was no inferring that she was in any way offended. She never once insisted that filming stop and it didn’t until “CUT” was shouted by Director Duchovny when he decided it was time to get down to business.