(On the phone)
(Scully is still on the stakeout. She looks miserable, huddled in a coat.)
Scully: Mulder, please tell me I can go home.
Mulder: (Cheerfully) Oh, hey, Scully. How's the stakeout?
Scully: Well, the furnace broke and I can just about see my breath in here.
Mulder: Ouch. I'm sorry to hear that.
Scully: That... and I've witnessed a couple hundred things I'd like to erase from my brain. Eww.
(Scully looks through the telescope again. The Jesus Saves van pulls up outside the club again.)
Scully: But as of yet, no mystery woman.
Mulder: Well, she'll come, you know? It's just a matter of time. She'll show up-- I'm sure of that.
Scully: Yeah, well not before I die of malnutrition.
(She picks up a slice of cold pizza, then drops it again, disgusted.)
Mulder: Hey, Scully, tough it out. Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Right?
(At the table, Ellen Adderley filling Mulder's plate with assorted side dishes.)
Mulder: (to Ellen) No, no, no, no. No capers, thank you.
Scully: I'm sorry. What?
Mulder: I said, "What a... what a crazy caper." I'll talk to you later... and, uh, keep warm. Bye.