Reyes: Dana... the room's all fresh for you. I threw out all the old bedding and bought some brand-new stuff, okay?
Scully: Thank you.
Reyes: I know it's impossible to stop thinking about what he said, about William... but it's all lies, Dana, and you were the one who proved it.
Scully: And how should I prove it now? By insisting that I can protect him... only to learn too late that I can't?
Reyes: You say it as if you have a choice.
Scully: He didn't have a choice to come into this life. I don't have a choice about what he is or was... but I do have a choice about the life my son will have... And shouldn't I choose that he never have to be afraid of anyone or anything? And can I ever really even promise him that?
Reyes: But who can?