DD: When we were waiting to go in and read for the network, uh, I forget, did I come up to you? We just started running lines with one another before we went in there, so—
GA: You were trying to pick me up.
DD: [thrown] Was I?
GA: [laughing] I don’t know —
DD: Was I? Do you think I was?
GA: No, no, I didn’t say that!
DD: There was something even then that kind of brought us together, and then, when we were doing the show, it just, you know, no matter what kind of troubles we had as people off the show, or with one another off the show, it just never affected that. So time doesn’t affect it, either. It’s like nothing affects it. It’s weird.
GA: There have been times, you know, when we were in the midst of shooting the series where we were exhausted and fed up with ourselves, with each other—
DD: Didn’t talk to one another. The only time we talked to one another was as Mulder and Scully, you know, for weeks at a time.