by Louise Marin

"There were but a few mundane details Scully would allow herself to remember from before. One was that she never used to abhor going up to Skinner's office. Her boss' disdain for stubborn agents, unsolved cases, and breaches of protocol had always been directed at another. But now he always aimed straight for her. Of course, Scully couldn't really blame him. He had to rant at someone, and it had been a year since she had taken the other's place."


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