Margaret Scully: I picked a situation as far away as possible from what I had with you. A man who wanted me so much, he physically couldn't wait to have me. Who loved women so much, he had to have two of them. Who led a life without secrets, so there were no devastating truths to discover, because I already knew the worst. A man who was ready and able to fix what was broken between us. Only, what's really broken, Barton... is me. I left Graham tonight, I... just walked out with my coat and my car keys. You'd think that'd be the beginning of a fresh start, wouldn't you? No possessions, no personal attachments, not even a wallet. And yet... I'm gonna make the same mistakes all over again. How could I not? I'm the same person I've always been. I'm looking for the same thing. I have no idea how to find it.
Barton Scully: You don't think you've changed?
Margaret Scully: No. No.
Barton Scully: I do.
Margaret Scully: Ahh, why?
Barton Scully: Because you left him. You didn't wait for him to leave you, like you did with me. That's the difference. That's how you've changed. You know that there's something more, something better. And you know that you deserve it. Or you would've stayed.
Margaret Scully: ...But, I'm alone... I am all alone. I don't know what to do now. I don't... Who do I have? Where is home?
Barton Scully: I... I think maybe I can help. I think... I think maybe I can give that back to you.