Komentár režiséra Kima Mannersa k záverečnej scéne epizódy "The Truth"

Kim Manners: "Directing that scene with David and Gillian was extremely tough. You know that directing this whole 2-parter was very emotional, but especially with David and Gillian. Through nine years, you have your ups and downs. Especially when David and Gillian were in so much of each hour. We did, I think, 201 hours and they were in so much of every scene. And to work together that many days for nine years, the relationships - they have swings. David and Gillian, they always got along, but it was not easy, you know, it wasn't easy. I can say this: they never became what some people might refer to as primadonnas. They were always prepared, never made you wait. Always eager and enthusiastic about the work. And they, you know, hey, it was like a marriage, you know. And any of you out there, marriage is work, you have to work at it, and David and Gillian had to work at their relationship. And when you direct them in a scene like that last scene in the motel room - where basically they're fugitives from justice - and you can just see it in their faces how much they truly did love each other. And that wasn't just Dana and Fox. That was David and Gillian. They truly, truly love each other. I never saw anything like it. I've been in this business all my life, literally. And I think David and Gillian's relationship - Scully and Mulder - one of the greatest male-female relationships in TV history."