Scully : [waiting to speak to Skinner about Mulder's "staking" a suspect] Mulder, please just keep reminding him you were drugged.
Mulder : [impatiently] Would you stop that.
Scully : It couldn't hurt.
Mulder : [impatiently] Stop it.
Walter Skinner : [enters room] Scully... Mulder...
Mulder : [interrupting] I was drugged!
Scully : First of all, if the family of Ronnie Strickland does indeed decide to sue the FBI for, I think the figure is $446 million, then you and I both will most certainly be co-defendants. And second of all... I don't even have a second of all, Mulder! $446 million! I'm in this as deep as you are, and I'm not even the one that overreacted! I didn't do the...
[makes jabbing motion with finger]
Scully : with the thing!
Mulder : I did not overreact, Ronnie Strickland was a vampire!
Scully : Where's your proof?
Mulder : You're my proof! You were there! Okay, now you're scaring me. I want to hear exactly what you're going to tell Skinner.
Scully : Oh, you want our stories straight.
Mulder : No, no, I didn't say that! I just want to hear it the way you saw it.
Scully : I don't feel comfortable with that...
Mulder : Prison, Scully! Your cellmate's nickname is going to be Large Marge. She gonna read a lot of Gertrude Stein.
Scully : Why would a real vampire need fake fangs?
Mulder : Fangs are very rarely mentioned in the folklore. Real Vampires aren't actually thought to have them. It's more an invention of Bram Stoker's. I think maybe you were right before when you said that this is just a guy who's watched too many Dracula movies. He just happens to be a real vampire.