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Fox Mulder is a professionally skilled FBI agent from the series The X-Files. Fox Mulder was conceived on Friday, October 13th in the year 1961, in Chilmark, Martha’s Vineyard. Fox William ‘Spooky’ Mulder is a very gifted FBI Special Agent who brought his frequently scrutinized strategy for figuring unpredictable speculations to the X-records. Fox Mulder was expelled from the FBI in the year 2001 and, in the year 2002, Fox Mulder went on the keep running from the law with his previous accomplice, Dana Scully. In the year 2008, Fox Mulder conformed to a solicitation from the FBI to help, in an informal limit, with the examination of a solitary case. In the year 2016, Fox Mulder came back to the FBI and alongside Scully, they revived the X-records and continued their examinations concerning them. Fox Mulder was brought up as the child of William and Teena Mulder, and sibling of Samantha Mulder. Fox Mulder’s first words were “JFK” when matured 11 months. Fox Mulder was four years of age when his sister, Samantha, was conceived.
The Mulders had a mid-year house in Quonochontaug, Rhode Island, where the youngsters frequently played on the grass while William Mulder, Fox Mulder’s dad, would go water-skiing with C.G.B. High-roller on the water adjacent. The Mulders had a rope swing out in their terrace, however, didn’t have a modem, fax machine or mobile phone. From right off the bat in his childhood, Fox Mulder needed a peg leg. Fox Mulder gave the thought a lot of ideas and in the end went to the conviction that, in the event that he had a peg leg or snares for hands, other individuals probably won’t anticipate that he should accomplish anything over to just continue living, conquering confronting existence with his incapacity. Fox Mulder never became out of his childhood want for a peg leg and, in the year 1996, despite everything he presumed it would have its focal points. Youthful Fox Mulder had a few bad dreams from which he stirred amidst the night, supposing he was the main individual left on the planet. The boisterous crunching from his dad eating sunflower seeds in the family’s investigation consoled Fox Mulder that he was not the only one.
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“Sometimes the need to mess with their heads. It outweighs the millstone of humiliation.”
“You are my one in five billion.”
“I know what I’m doing.”
“Conspiracy sells…it pays for bulletproof limousines.”
“I know I should be afraid, but I’m not.”
“Trust no one. ”
“I want to believe. ”
“A dream is an answer to a question we haven’t yet learned how to ask.”
“Don’t say I never did nuthin fur ya ”
“As difficult and as frustrating as it’s been sometimes, your goddamned strict rationalism and science have saved me a thousand times over! You’ve kept me honest… you’ve made me a whole person. I owe you everything… Scully, and you owe me nothing. I don’t know if I wanna do this alone… I don’t even know if I can… and if I quit now, they win.”
“Wow. Admit it, you just want to play house. Woman, get back in here and make me a sandwich! ”
“I think what we feared were the possiblities, the truth we both know ”
“I never lie. I willfully engage in a campaign of misinformation. ”
“Your own government lies as a matter of course, as a matter of policy…”
“Did you really think you could call up the Devil and ask him to behave?”
“We must ask ourselves…are they really a hoax? Are we truly alone? Or are we being lied to?”
“Notice they didn’t get a picture of it, which is odd, because everybody always has a camera on them these days.”
“How they police us and spy on us, tell us that makes us safer? We’ve never been in more danger.”
“This is my problem with modern-day monsters, Scully. There’s no chance for emotional investment.”
“It looks like this person was born without footprints. Which is impossible, by the way.”
“Cutler’s eye-line is trained above the door, about Tim Duncan height. We can eliminate any 76ers, ’cause those guys can’t find the rim.”
“Alien technology being used against us, not by aliens, not with aliens, but by a venal conspiracy of men against humanity.”
“I’ve often felt that dreams are answers to questions we haven’t yet figured out how to ask.”
“If this thing looks like those drawings, I’m emptying my clip into it. Even if it is in its underwear.”
“Scully, I gave up profiling before I gave up monsters. You’ve seen one serial killer, you’ve seen ’em all.”
“We send those men up into space to unlock the doors of the universe, and we don’t even know what’s behind them.”
“And why would God allow this to happen? Why do bad things happen to good people? Religion has masqueraded as the paranormal since the dawn of time to justify some of the most horrible acts in history.”
“I’ve often felt that dreams are answers to questions we haven’t yet figured out how to ask.”
“We over-populate the world and create new technologies to kill each other with. Maybe we’re just beasts with big brains.”
“Sometimes the only sane answer to an insane world is insanity.”
“All we can do, Scully, is pull the thread, see what it unravels.”
“‘Back in the day.’ Scully, ‘back in the day’ is now.”
“Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Right?”
“If coincidences are coincidences, why do they seem so contrived?”
“You can’t protect the public by lying to them.”
“I think nature is supremely indifferent to whether we live or die. I mean, if you’re lucky, you get 75 years, if you’re really lucky you get 80 years, and if you’re extraordinarily lucky, you get to live 50 of those years with a decent head of hair.”
“No one, no government agency, has jurisdiction over the truth.”
“Sometimes the only sane answer to an insane world is insanity.”
“My name is Fox Mulder. Since my childhood, I have been obsessed by a controversial global phenomenon. Since my sister disappeared when I was 12 years old… in what I believe was an alien abduction. My obsession took me to the FBI, where I investigated paranormal science cases through the auspices of a unit known as the X-Files. Through this unit, I could continue my work on the alien phenomenon, and the search for my missing sister. In 1993, the FBI sought to impugn my work, bringing in a scientist and medical doctor to debunk it… which only deepened my obsession for the better part of a decade, during which time that agent, Dana Scully, had her own faith tested. In 2002, in a change of direction and policy, the FBI closed the X-Files, and our investigation ceased. But my personal obsession did not.”
“I want to believe so badly; in a truth beyond our own hidden and obscured from all but the most sensitive eyes. In the endless procession of souls, in what cannot and will not be destroyed. I want to believe we are unaware of God’s eternal recompense and sadness. That we cannot see His truth. That that which is born still lives and cannot be buried in the cold earth. But only waits to be born again at God’s behest, where in ancient starlight we lay in repose.”
“Mulder: Fear. It’s the oldest tool of power. If you’re distracted by the fear of those around you, it keeps you from seeing the actions of those above.”
“Mulder: Why is it that every time I think I know the answers, someone goes and changes the questions?”
“Mulder: [in response to some suggestive remarks about Scully] Frohlike, it’s men like you that give perversion a bad name.”
“[Scully thinks that one of Mulder’s sources may have murdered an FBI agent]
Mulder: Is that what you want me to put on my report to Skinner? Because I would be more than happy to have you explain that to him.
Scully: Damn it, Mulder, that is not my job. You’ll pursue a case at the expense of everything, to the point of insanity, and expect me to follow you. There has to be somewhere to draw the line.
Mulder: Three identical men are dead. A fourth identical man is alive and on the lam. If the pursuit of this case seems like insanity to you, feel free to step away from it.”
“Mulder: It’s okay. He’s okay.
Harold Piller: My son? You saw my son?
Mulder: He’s dead. They’re all dead, Harold. Your son, Amber Lynn, and my sister.
Harold Piller: No.
Mulder: Harold, you see so much, but you refuse to see him. You refuse to let him go. But you have to let him go now, Harold. He’s protected. He’s in a better place. They’re all in a better place. We both have to let go, Harold.”
“Mulder: I could be mistaken. Maybe it was another bald-headed, jigsaw-puzzle-tattooed, naked guy I saw.”
“Mulder: Modell put the whammy on him.
Scully: Please explain to me the scientific nature of the Whammy.”
“[trying to distract Eugene Tooms]
Mulder: I’m looking for my dog. His name is Heinrick. He’s a Norwegian Elkhound. I use him to hunt moose!”
“Mulder: [spills coffee in his lap] That’s great. Now my crotch is gonna be up all night.”
“[after Scully tells Mulder about Diana Fowley’s death]
Mulder: You were my constant, my touchstone.
Scully: And you are mine.”
“Mulder: [to P. Crump] … and it’s Mr. Mulder to you, ya peanut picking bastard.”
“Mulder: [on explaining how a young boy could reappear after 10 years without aging even a day] There are X-files cases, that describe similar paranormal findings. Alien abductees, who came back with anomalous medical stats.
John Doggett: You know, these words, “anomalous”, “supernatural”, “paranormal”, they propound to explain something by not explaining it. That’s lazy!”
“Mulder: It was five hours of Boggs channeling. After three hours i asked him to summon up the soul of Jimi Hendrix and requested ‘All Along the Watchtower’. Your know, the guys been dead for 20 years but he has still got his touch.”
“Mulder: [to the Cigarette-Smoking Man] You murdered my father, you killed Scully’s sister and if Scully dies I will kill you. I don’t care who’s father you are, I will put you down.”
“Mulder: I’m going to find Trepkos.
Scully: What if he’s already dead?
Mulder: Then he’ll have a lot of trouble answering my questions.”
“Mulder: Get that gun out of my face!
Mr. X: This high-capacity compact Sig Sauer .40 caliber weapon is pointed at your head to stress my insistence that your search for who put your partner on that respirator desist immediately!”
“Mulder: Max could tell them. You know why you collapsed don’t you, Max?
Max Harden: Yeah, too much teen spirit.
Mulder: You think? Smells like murder to me.”
“Mulder: If Lucas Menand never gets hit by that bus, his complaint gets heard before the grand committee, Jason Nichols loses his funding and he never gets to collaborate on his research with Dr. Yonechi. Therefore, this photograph never gets taken because this celebration never happens.
Scully: …And if your sister is your aunt and your mother marries your uncle, you’d be your own grandpa!”
“Mulder: Bambi also has a theory I’ve come to acro…
Mulder: Dr. Berenbaum. Anyway her theory is…
Scully: Her name is Bambi?
Mulder: Yeah. Both her parents were naturalists. Her theory is that UFO’s are actually nocturnal insect swarms passing through electrical air fields.
Scully: Her name is Bambi?”
“Mulder: Maybe out past where the imagination ends our true natures lie, waiting to be confronted on their own terms. Born in anarchy with an unquenchable bloodthirst we shudder to think what might rise up from the darkness.”
“[Mulder has swapped bodies with another man]
Mulder: If I shoot him is that murder or suicide? ”
Scully: Neither, if I do it first.”
“Mulder: Historically, cemeteries were thought to be a haven for vampires, as are castles, catacombs and swamps, but unfortunately, you don’t have any of those.
Sheriff Hartwell: We used to have swamps, only the EPA made us take to calling ’em “wetlands”.”
“Mulder: My father’s dead, Scully. They killed him.”
“Mulder: I don’t think you understand. There’s just too much evidence that it’s all been a lie. The conspiracy is not to hide the existence of extraterrestrials. It’s to make people believe in it so completely that they question nothing.
Weber: So, you and I have been advocates of insanity all along? Is this the extreme possibility you believe in now?”
“Mulder: Scully, do you believe that my sister Samantha was abducted by aliens? Have you ever believed that? No. So what do you think happened to her?
Scully: What are you saying you believe now?
Mulder: I don’t know. I don’t know what happened. I don’t know what to believe. I just know that I have to find out now.”
“Mulder: It’s been said that fear of the unknown is an irrational response to the excesses of the imagination. But our fear of the everyday, of the lurking stranger and the sound of footfalls on the stairs, the fear of violent death and the primitive impulse to survive, are as frightening as any X-File, as real as the acceptance that it could happen to you.”
“Mulder: I feel, Scully… that you believe… you’re not ready to go. And you’ve always had the strength of your beliefs. I don’t know if my being here… will help bring you back. But I’m here.”
“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.”
“Mulder: They’re here aren’t they?
Deep Throat: Mr. Mulder, THEY’VE been here for a long, long time.”
“[Mulder and Scully are undercover as newlyweds]
Mulder: Can we make the honeymoon video now?”
“Mulder: Brown Mountain, Scully, that doesn’t ring a bell?
Mulder: Brown Mountain lights? It’s a famous atmospheric phenomenon dating back nearly 700 years, witnessed by thousands of people, back to the Cherokee Indians. Strange multicolored lights are seen to dance above the peak of the mountain. There’s been no geological explanation, no scientific credible explanation at all.
Scully: And, what does that have to do with these two?
Mulder: Well, as I said, there is no scientific explanation, but there are those of us that believe that these multicolored lights are really…
Scully: UFOs. Extra-terrestrial visitors from beyond who apparently have nothing better to do than buzz one mountain for 700 years.
Mulder: It sounds like crap when you say it.”
“[Teaching Scully to hit a fastball]
Mulder: What you may find is you concentrate on hitting that little ball, the rest of the world just fades away. All your everyday nagging concerns. The ticking of your biological clock. How you probably couldn’t afford that nice, new suede coat on a G-woman’s salary. How you threw away a promising career in medicine to hunt aliens with a crackpot – albeit brilliant – partner. Getting into the heart of a global conspiracy. Your obscenely overdue triple-x bill. Oh, I’m sorry, Scully, those last two problems are mine, not yours.”
“Mulder: If you’re lucky, you get 75 years. If you’re very lucky, you get 80 years. And if you’re extraordinarily lucky, you get to have 50 of those years with a full head of hair.”
“Mulder: Just because you’re paranoid, it doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.”
“Mulder: Come on, Scully, it’ll be a nice trip to the forest.”
“Mulder: Is there any way I can get this off my fingers quickly without betraying my cool exterior?”
“Mulder: How can an eight year-old boy who can barely multiply be a threat to national security? And people call me paranoid.”
“Mulder: Before I could only trust myself. Now I can only trust you.”
“Mulder: No one down here but the FBI’s most unwanted.”
“Mulder: If coincidences are just coincidences, why do they feel so contrived?”
“Mulder: I brought you a present. It’s a video. Superstars of the Superbowls.
Scully: I knew there was a reason to live.”
“Mulder: You don’t suppose she’s a virgin, do you?
Scully: I don’t even think she’s a blonde.”
“Mulder: Is this display of boyish agility turning you on, Scully?”
“Mulder: I tied up an air phone for three hours. I don’t speak Japanese, but I think some businessman told me to stick a piece of sushi where the sun don’t shine.”
“Mulder: Ah, you got to love this place. Every day it’s like Hallowe’en.”
“Mulder: Whatever tape you found in the VCR, it isn’t mine.
Scully: Good, because I put it back in the drawer with all the other tapes that aren’t yours.”
“Mulder: You can get the next mutant.”
“Mulder: One more anal-probing gyro-pyro levitating ectoplasm alien anti-matter story and I’m going to take out my gun and shoot somebody. ”
“Mulder: Do you believe in the afterlife, Scully?
Scully: I’d settle for a life in this one.”
“Mulder: I changed it to “Trust Everyone.” I didn’t tell you?”
“Mulder: It looks like I’m going to have to tell Skinner his suspect is a giant bloodsucking worm after all. ”
“[Looking at a destroyed doorbell button]
Mulder: Frustrated Jehovah’s Witness?”
“Mulder: They’re shutting us down. It’s over, Scully.
Scully: What are you going to do?
Mulder: I’m… not going to give up. I can’t give up. Not as long as the truth is out there.”
“Mulder: Hey Scully, is this display of boyish agility turning you on at all?”
“Mulder: Hey, Scully.
Mulder: I love you.
Scully: Oh, brother.”
“Mulder: Don’t you want to keep it?
Margaret Scully: When you find her, give it to her.”
“Mulder: They’re out to put an end to the X-Files, Scully. I don’t know why but any excuse will do. I don’t really care about my record but you’d be in trouble just sitting in this car. And I’d hate to see you carry an official reprimand in your career file because of me.”
“Mulder: If there’s an iced tea in that bag, it could be love.
Scully: Must be fate, Mulder. Rootbeer. You’re delirious. Go home and get some sleep.”
“Mulder about the invisible body: I think you missed a spot here. I can see straight through to his ass.”
“Mulder: Ah, let me tell you where I’m going with this. I think that woman is a Jinnaye. Are you familiar with the term?”
Mulder: It’s the feminine for “Jinni”. As in a demon or spirit from Middle Eastern folklore. Getting no reaction, Mulder tries the I Dream of Jeannie theme song, with Leslie joining in. Yeah. Except Barbara Eden never killed anybody.”
“Scully: What’s this?
Mulder: It’s not what I hoped it would be. Judging from the odor coming from inside, I think it’s where the Stokes brothers keep their weed.”