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Rose Tyler (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (2005)

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"Doctor Who: Rose (#1.1)" (2005)
The Doctor: I'm the Doctor, by the way, what's your name?
Rose Tyler: Rose.
The Doctor: Nice to meet you, Rose, - run for yer life!

Rose Tyler: What did you say your name was?
The Doctor: I told you; The Doctor.
Rose Tyler: Yeah, but, Doctor what?
The Doctor: Just The Doctor.
Rose Tyler: The doctor?
The Doctor: Hello!
Rose Tyler: Is that meant to be impressive?
The Doctor: Sort of, yeah.

Rose Tyler: Really though, Doctor. Tell me. Who are you?
The Doctor: Do you know like we were saying, about the earth revolving? It's like when you're a kid, the first time they tell you that the world is turning and you just can't quite believe it 'cause everything looks like it's standing still. I can feel it...
[he takes her hand]
The Doctor: - the turn of the earth. The ground beneath our feet is spinning at a thousand miles an hour. The entire planet is hurtling around the sun at sixty seven thousand miles an hour. And I can feel it. We're falling through space, you and me, clinging to the skin of this tiny little world. And, if we let go...
[He releases her hand]
The Doctor: That's who I am. Now forget me, Rose Tyler. Go home.

[first lines]
Rose Tyler: [rushing out the house] Bye!
Jackie Tyler: See you later.

[last lines]
The Doctor: By the way, did I also mention it also travels in time?
Rose Tyler: [to Mickey] Thanks.
Mickey Smith: Thanks for what?
Rose Tyler: Exactly.
[she kisses him, then turns and runs toward the TARDIS]

Clive Finch: The Doctor is a legend woven throughout history. When disaster comes he's there. He brings a storm in his wake and he has only one constant companion.
Rose Tyler: Who's that?
Clive Finch: Death.

Rose Tyler: [after the Doctor saves Rose from the Auton attack in the basement, they travel in the lift] You pulled his arm off!
The Doctor: Yep! Plastic
Rose Tyler: Very clever, nice trick. Who were they then, students? Is this a student thing or what?
The Doctor: Why would they be students?
Rose Tyler: I dunno.
The Doctor: Well you said it, why students?
Rose Tyler: Cos... to get that many people dressed up and being silly... they gotta be students.
The Doctor: That makes sense. Well done!
Rose Tyler: Thanks.
The Doctor: They're not students.

The Doctor: What you doing 'ere?
Rose Tyler: I live here!
The Doctor: Well, what you go and do a thing like that for?

Rose Tyler: Hold on a minute! You can't just go swanning off!
The Doctor: Yes I can. Look. Here I am. This is me swanning off. Seeya!

Rose Tyler: But if we're somewhere else what about that headless thing? Is it still on the loose?
The Doctor: It melted with the head. Are you gonna witter on all night?

Rose Tyler: If you are an alien how come you sound like you're from the North?
The Doctor: Lots of planets have a North!

The Doctor: [faces her] Where did you want to start?
Rose Tyler: Um...
[looking around the TARDIS]
Rose Tyler: The inside's bigger than the outside?
The Doctor: Yes.
Rose Tyler: It's alien?
The Doctor: Yep.
Rose Tyler: Are you alien?
The Doctor: Yes.
The Doctor: Is that all right?
Rose Tyler: [little too quickly] Yeah.

Rose Tyler: What's a Police Public Call Box?
The Doctor: It's a telephone box from the 1950s. It's a disguise.

The Doctor: Think of it. Plastic - all over the world - every artificial thing, waiting to come alive. Shop window dummies, phones, the wires, cables...
Rose Tyler: The breast implants...

Rose Tyler: I've got no A-Levels, no job, no future... but I tell ya what I have got - Jericho Street Junior School - Under Sevens Gymnastic Team - I got the Bronze!

Rose Tyler: You're all the same. Give a man a plastic hand...

Rose Tyler: You've got to tell me what's going on!
The Doctor: No, I don't.

The Doctor: They want to overthrow the Earth and destroy you. Do you believe me?
Rose Tyler: No.
The Doctor: But you're still listening.

Rose Tyler: What have I done wrong? How come those plastic things keep coming after me?
The Doctor: Oh, suddenly the world revolves around you! You were just an accident. You got in the way, that's all.
Rose Tyler: It tried to kill me!
The Doctor: It was after me, not you. Last night in the shop, I was there, you blundered in, almost ruined the whole thing. This morning I was tracking it down, it was tracking me down. The only reason it fixed on you was because you met me.
Rose Tyler: So what you're saying is that the whole world revolves around you?
The Doctor: Sort of, yeah!
Rose Tyler: You're full of it.
The Doctor: Sort of, yeah!

Rose Tyler: Did they kill him - Mickey - did they kill Mickey? Is he dead?
The Doctor: Oh, I didn't think of that.
Rose Tyler: He's my boyfriend! You pulled off his head, they copied him, and you didn't even think? And now you're just going to let him *melt*?

Rose Tyler: Is it always this dangerous?
The Doctor: Yeah.

Jackie Tyler: There's Finch's. You could try them. They've always got jobs.
Rose Tyler: Oh, great. The butchers.
Jackie Tyler: Well, it might do you good. That shop was giving you airs and graces. And I'm not joking about compensation. You've had genuine shock and trauma.

Rose Tyler: Okay. And this living plastic, what's it got against us?
The Doctor: It loves you. You've got such a good planet! Lots of smoke and oil, plenty of toxins and dioxins in the air... perfect. Just what the Nestene Consciousness needs. Its food stock was destroyed in the war, all its protein plants rotted, so Earth: dinner!

Clive Finch: [about the Doctor] I think he's the same man, I think he's immortal, I think he's an alien from another planet.
Rose Tyler: [to Mickey] You're right, he's a lunatic; complete online conspiracy freak.

Rose Tyler: [talking about Clive] You're not coming in? He's safe. He's got a wife and kids.
Mickey Smith: Yeah! Who told you that? He did. That's exactly what an internet lunatic murderer would say.

Rose Tyler: Alright, then. I'll go to the police. I'll tell everyone. You said, if I did that, I'd get people killed. So, your choice. Tell me, or I'll start talking.
The Doctor: Is that supposed to sound tough?
Rose Tyler: Sort of.
The Doctor: Doesn't work.

Rose Tyler: What's it all for? I mean, shop window dummies?
Rose Tyler: What's that about? Is someone trying to take over Britain's shops?
The Doctor: [laughs] No.
Rose Tyler: [laughing] Well, yeah.
The Doctor: It's not a price war.
The Doctor: They wanna overthrow the human race and destroy it. Do you believe me?
Rose Tyler: No.
The Doctor: But you're still listening.

Rose Tyler: I'll have to tell his mother.
The Doctor: [blank, uncomprehending stare]
Rose Tyler: Mickey! I'll have to tell his mother he's dead. And you just went and forgot him - again! You were right - you are alien.
The Doctor: Look: if I did forget some kid called Mickey...
Rose Tyler: He's not a kid!
The Doctor: - it's because I'm busy trying to save the life of every stupid ape blunderin' about on top of this planet! Alright?
Rose Tyler: Alright?
The Doctor: Yes! It is!

Rose Tyler: Do you think I should try the hospital? Suki said they had jobs going in the canteen. Is that it then? Dishin' out chips? I could do A-levels. I dunno. It's all Jimmy Stone's fault. If I hadn't left school because of him; look where he ended up. What do you think?
Mickey Smith: [fixed smile disappears] So where did you meet this Doctor?
Rose Tyler: I'm sorry, was I talking about me for a second?
Mickey Smith: Because I reckon it all started back at the shop, am I right? Was he something to do with that?
Rose Tyler: No.
Mickey Smith: [smile returning] Come on.
Rose Tyler: Sort of.
Mickey Smith: [smile goes and returns] What was he doin' there?
Rose Tyler: I'm not going on about him, Mickey, really, I'm not, because, I know it sounds daft, but... I don't think he's safe. He's dangerous.
Mickey Smith: But you can trust me, sweetheart. Babe, babe, sugar, babe, sugar. You can tell me anything. Tell me about the Doctor and what he's plannin' and I can help you, Rose. 'Cause that's all I really want to do, sweetheart. Sugar, babe, babe, babe, sugar, sweetheart.
Rose Tyler: What are you doing that for?
Waiter in leather jacket: Your champagne.
Mickey Smith: We didn't order any champagne. Where's the Doctor?
Waiter in leather jacket: Madam, your champagne.
Rose Tyler: It, it's, it's not ours. Mickey, what is it? What's wrong?
Mickey Smith: I need to find out how much he knows, so where is he?
Waiter in leather jacket: Doesn't anybody want this champagne?
Mickey Smith: [looking up] Look, we didn't order an...
Mickey Smith: [recognizes the Doctor] Ah, gotcha.
The Doctor: [shaking bottle] Don't mind me. I'm just toastin' the happy couple. On the house!
[the Doctor pops the cork into Mickey's forehead where it is absorbed in a rubbery way. With plasticky sounds, Mickey dramatically rolls it around and spits it out his mouth]
Mickey Smith: Anyway.
[Mickey's hand turns into a flesh-coloured pizza oven board and smashes the table. A woman screams as Rose backs away. The Doctor puts Mickey into a headlock and pulls at it, again and again and again, until Mickey's head comes clean off with a pop in his hands and the body falls]
The Doctor: Yeah!
Mickey Smith's head: [his eyes pop open and look at the Doctor] Don't think that's gonna stop me.

"Doctor Who: The End of the World (#1.2)" (2005)
Rose Tyler: Is that why we're here? - I mean, is that what you do? Jump in at the last minute and save the Earth?
The Doctor: I'm not saving it. Time's up.
Rose Tyler: But what about the people?
The Doctor: It's empty. They've all gone. No one left.
Rose Tyler: [silent; looks at the Earth] Just me then.
The Steward: Who the hell are you?

Rose Tyler: [talking to Raffalo the plumber] I just sort of hitched a lift with this... man. Didn't even think about it... I don't even know who he is... he's a complete stranger...

Rose Tyler: [talking to the potted cutting of Jabe's grandfather] Hello. My name's Rose... that's a sort of plant. We might be related.
Rose Tyler: I'm talking to a twig.

Rose Tyler: They're just so alien. The aliens are so alien. You look at 'em, and they're alien.
The Doctor: Good thing I didn't take you to the deep south!

Rose Tyler: They all speak English.
The Doctor: No you just hear English. Its the gift of the TARDIS - the telepathic field gets inside your brain - translates.
Rose Tyler: Its inside my brain?
The Doctor: Well, in a good way!

Rose Tyler: [about the Doctor's alien origins] Who are you then, Doctor? What you called? What sort of alien are you?
The Doctor: I'm just the Doctor.
Rose Tyler: From what planet?
The Doctor: Well, it's not as if you'd know where it is.
Rose Tyler: Where are you from?
The Doctor: What does it matter?
Rose Tyler: Tell me who you are!
The Doctor: This is who I am! Right here, right now! Alright? All that counts is here and now and this is me!
Rose Tyler: Yeah, and I'm here too 'cause you brought me here. So just tell me!
[Doctor stands and walks quickly to the window; clearly not wanting to say anything more]

Rose Tyler: Where are you from?
The Doctor: All over the place.

The Doctor: Oh, she's not my wife.
Jabe: Partner?
The Doctor: No.
Jabe: Concubine?
The Doctor: Nope.
Jabe: Prostitute?
Rose Tyler: Whatever I am, it must be invisible - do you mind? Tell you what - you two go and pollenate - I'm gonna catch up with the family.
[points at Cassandra]
Rose Tyler: Quick word with Michael Jackson.
The Doctor: Don't start a fight.
[offers his arm to Jabe]
The Doctor: I'm all yours.
[she accepts his arm; both start to leave]
Rose Tyler: [to Doctor] And I want you home by midnight!

Rose Tyler: Your machine gets inside my head, it gets inside and it changes my mind and you didn't even ask?
The Doctor: I didn't think about it like that.
Rose Tyler: No, you were too busy thinking up cheap shots about the Deep South.

Cassandra: Oh, well, what do you know?
Rose Tyler: I was born on that planet. And so was my mum, and so was my dad. And that makes me officially the last human being in this room. 'Cause you're not human. You've had it all nipped and tucked and flattened till there's nothing left. Anything human got chucked in the bin. You're just skin, Cassandra. Lipstick and skin.

Rose Tyler: [Cassandra is dying] Help her.
The Doctor: Everything has its time and everything dies.

Rose Tyler: So when it says guests, does that mean people?
The Doctor: Depends what you mean by people
Rose Tyler: I mean people. What do you mean?
The Doctor: Aliens.
Rose Tyler: What are they doing on board this spaceship? What's it all for?
The Doctor: It's not really a spaceship, more like an observation deck. The great and the good are gathering to watch the planet burn.
Rose Tyler: What for?
The Doctor: Fun. Mind you, when I say "the great and the good," what I mean is the rich.

Rose Tyler: [looking at the Earth] How long's it got?
The Doctor: About half an hour. Then the planet gets roasted.

Rose Tyler: [on the Steward, after Doctor explains the psychic paper] He's blue!
The Doctor: Yeah.
Rose Tyler: Okay.

The Doctor: There you go.
[gives Rose her mobile phone]
The Doctor: [the LCD moniter displays 'Mum'; Rose presses 'Call', and dials her mum. Jackie Tyler answers the phone]
Jackie Tyler: Hello?
Rose Tyler: Mum?
Jackie Tyler: [cuts to Jackie taking clothes out of the dryer] Oh, what is it? What's wrong? What have I done, now? Oh, this red top's falling to bits. You should get your money back. Go on! It must be something. You never phone in the middle of the day.
[Rose laughs]
Jackie Tyler: What's so funny?
Rose Tyler: Nothing. You're alright though?
Jackie Tyler: Yeah. Why wouldn't I be?
Rose Tyler: What day is it?
Jackie Tyler: Wednsday, all day. You got a hangover? Oh, I tell you what. Put a quid in that Lottery syndicate. I'll pay you back later.
Rose Tyler: Yeah, um. I was just calling 'cause I might be late home.
Jackie Tyler: Is there something wrong?
Rose Tyler: No, I'm-I'm fine.
[mildly laughing]
Rose Tyler: Top of the world.
Jackie Tyler: [Jackie hangs up]
The Doctor: Think that's amazing, you want to see the bill?

The Doctor: [taking Rose's mobile phone] Tell ya what... with a little bit of jiggery pokery...
Rose Tyler: Is that a technical term, jiggery pokery?
The Doctor: Yeah, I came first in jiggery pokery, what about you?
Rose Tyler: Nah, I failed hullabaloo.

Rose Tyler: That was five billion years ago. So... my mum's dead. Five billion years later, and my mum's dead.
The Doctor: Bundle of laughs, you are.

Rose Tyler: How many operations have you had?
Cassandra: 708. Next week its 709 - I'm having my blood bleached. Is that why wanted a word? You could be flatter - you've got a little bit of a... chin... poking out.
Rose Tyler: I'd rather die.
Cassandra: Honestly it doesn't hurt!
Rose Tyler: No, I mean it. I would rather die. It's better to die than to live like you - a bitchy trampoline.

The Doctor: Anyone in there?
Rose Tyler: Let me out!
The Doctor: Oh well, it would be you!

The Doctor: The whole thing's jammed. I can't open the door. Stay there. Don't move!
Rose Tyler: Where am I gonna go - Ipswich?

Rose Tyler: [watches pieces of the destroyed Earth pass the window] The end of the earth. Its gone... we were too busy saving ourselves, no one saw it go. All those years, all that history and no one was even looking. It's just...
The Doctor: [holds his hand out to her] Come with me...

The Doctor: 10,000 years in the future. Step outside and it's the year 12005, the New Roman Empire.
Rose Tyler: You think you're so impressive.
The Doctor: I *am* so impressive!
Rose Tyler: You wish.

Rose Tyler: But hold on - they did this once on Newsround Extra - the sun expanding. That takes hundreds of years.
The Doctor: Millions! But the planet's now the property of the National Trust. They've been keeping it preserved. See down there? Gravity satellites holding back the sun.
Rose Tyler: The planet looks the same as ever! I thought the continents shifted and things.
The Doctor: They did, and the Trust shifted them back. That's a classic Earth. But now the money's run out, nature takes over.

The Doctor: You've seen how dangerous it is - do you wanna go home?
Rose Tyler: I dunno... I want... Oh, can you smell chips?
The Doctor: Yeah!
The Doctor: Yeah!
Rose Tyler: I want chips.
The Doctor: Me too!
Rose Tyler: Right then, before you get me back in that box - chips it is - and you can pay.
The Doctor: No money.
Rose Tyler: What sort of date are you? Come on then, tight wad, chips are on me... we've only got five billion years till the shops close!

The Doctor: You think it'll last forever, the people and cars and concrete. But it won't. One day it's all gone, even the sky. My planet's gone. It's dead. It burned like the Earth. It's rocks and dust before its time.
Rose Tyler: What happened?
The Doctor: There was a war, and we lost.
Rose Tyler: A war with who?
[the Doctor doesn't answer]
Rose Tyler: What about your people?
The Doctor: I'm a Time Lord. I'm the last of them. They're all gone. I'm the only survivor. I'm left travelling on my own because there's no-one else.
Rose Tyler: There's me.

"Doctor Who: Dalek (#1.6)" (2005)
Dalek: Open the bulkhead, or Rose Tyler dies.
The Doctor: You're alive!
Rose Tyler: Can't get rid of me.
The Doctor: I thought you were dead.
Dalek: Open the bulkhead!
Rose Tyler: Don't do it!
Dalek: [to the Doctor] What use are emotions if you will not save the woman you love?

Rose Tyler: You don't have to do this any more. There must be something else, not just killing. What else is there? What do you want?
Dalek: I want... freedom.

Dalek: Why do we survive?
The Doctor: I don't know.
Dalek: I am the last of the Daleks.
The Doctor: You're not even that. Rose did more than regenerate you. You've absorbed her DNA. You're mutating.
Dalek: Into what?
The Doctor: Something new. I'm sorry.
Rose Tyler: Isn't that better?
The Doctor: Not for a Dalek.
Dalek: I can feel. So many ideas. So much darkness. Rose, give me orders. Order me to die.
Rose Tyler: I can't do that.
Dalek: This is not life. This is sickness. I shall not be like you. Order my destruction! Obey! *Obey*! O-BEY!
Rose Tyler: Do it.
[the Dalek self destructs]

Rose Tyler: Go on then, kill me.
Rose Tyler: Why are you doing this?
Dalek: I am armed! I will kill! It is my purpose!
Rose Tyler: They're all dead because of you!
Dalek: They are dead because of *us*!

Rose Tyler: I'm begging you, don't kill him. You didn't kill me.
Dalek: But why not? Why are you alive? My function is to kill. What am I? What am I?

Rose Tyler: [Rose is confronted by the Dalek] What are you waiting for?
Dalek: I feel your fear.
Rose Tyler: What do you expect?
Dalek: Daleks do not fear, must not fear.
[shoots wildly twice, missing Rose completely]
Dalek: You gave me life. What else have you given me? I am contaminated!

Rose Tyler: Hello. Are you in pain? My name's Rose Tyler. I've got a friend, he can help. He's called the Doctor. What's your name?
Dalek: Yes.
Rose Tyler: What?
Dalek: I am in pain. They... torture me, but still they fear me. Do you fear me?
Rose Tyler: No.
Dalek: I am dying.
Rose Tyler: No, we can help.
Dalek: I welcome death. But I am glad that before I die, I have met a human who was not afraid.

Dalek: Are you frightened Rose Tyler?
Rose Tyler: Yes.
Dalek: So am I.

Adam Mitchell: The thing is it's all true. Everything the United Nations tries to keep quiet. Spacecraft. Aliens. Visitors to Earth. They really exist.
Rose Tyler: [who knows all this anyway] That's amazing.
Adam Mitchell: I know it sounds incredible, but I honestly believe the whole universe is just teeming with life.

The Doctor: So you're just about an expert in everything, except the things in your museum. Anything you don't understand, you lock up.
Henry van Statten: And you claim greater knowledge?
The Doctor: I don't need to make claims. I know how good I am.
Henry van Statten: And yet I captured you. Right next to the Cage. What were you doing down there?
The Doctor: You tell me.
Henry van Statten: The Cage contains my one living specimen.
The Doctor: And what's that?
Henry van Statten: Like you don't know.
The Doctor: Show me.
Henry van Statten: You wanna see it?
Rose Tyler: Blimey, you can smell the testosterone.

Henry van Statten: Who exactly are you?
The Doctor: I'm the Doctor and who are you?
Henry van Statten: Like you don't know. We're hidden away with the most valuable collection of extraterrestrial artifacts in the world and you just stumbled in by mistake?
The Doctor: Pretty much sums me up, yeah.
Henry van Statten: Question is, how did you get in? Fifty-three floors down, with your little cat-burglar accomplice. Quite a collector yourself. She's rather pretty.
Rose Tyler: She's gonna smack you if you keep calling her 'she'.

Rose Tyler: [alarm goes off] If someone is collecting aliens, that makes you Exhibit A.
[the Doctor grins sheepishly]

Rose Tyler: [watching the Dalek being tortured] It's being tortured. Where's the Doctor?

Adam Mitchell: Van Statten has agents all over the world looking for geniuses to recruit.
Rose Tyler: Oh right, you're a genius?
Adam Mitchell: Sorry, but yeah. I can't help it. I was born clever. When I was eight I logged onto the US Defence System, nearly caused World War Three.
Rose Tyler: What? And that's funny is it?
Adam Mitchell: Well, you shoulda been there. Just to see them running about... Fantastic!

The Doctor: Rose, get out of the way now!
Rose Tyler: No! Cause I won't let you do this.
The Doctor: That thing killed hundreds of people.
Rose Tyler: It's not the one pointing the gun at me.
The Doctor: I've got to do this, I've got to end it. The Dalek's destroyed my home, my people. I've got nothing left.
Rose Tyler: Look at it.

De Maggio: Adam, get her out of here.
Rose Tyler: Come with us, you can't stop it.
De Maggio: Someone's got to try. Now get out, don't look back just run!

[the Doctor and Rose come across the head of a Cyberman in Van Statten's museum]
The Doctor: Oh, look at you!
Rose Tyler: What is it?
The Doctor: An old friend of mine, well... enemy. The stuff of nightmares, reduced to an exhibit. I'm getting old.

Rose Tyler: Stairs. That's more life it. It hasn't got legs. It's stuck.
[they climb up the stairs]
De Maggio: It's coming.
Adam Mitchell: [Rose, Adam and De Maggio run up a flight of stairs to get away from the Dalek] Great big evil alien death machine, defeated by a flight of stairs! Is that clear?
De Maggio: Now listen to me. I demand that you return to your cage. If you want to negotiate, then I can guarantee that Mr. Van Statten will be willing to talk. I accept that we imprisoned you, and maybe that was wrong. But people have died. And that stops, right now. The killing stops... have you got that? I demand that you surrender.
Dalek: Elevate!
[the Dalek begins to fly up the stairs]
Rose Tyler: Oh my God!

Adam Mitchell: [Adam introduces Mr. Van Statten to Rose and The Doctor] This is Mr. Van Statten.
Rose Tyler: And who is he when he's not at home?
Adam Mitchell: Mr. Van Statten owns the Internet.
Rose Tyler: Don't be so stupid. No-one owns the Internet!
Henry Van Statten: [grinning] And let's just keep the whole world thinking that way, right kid?

Adam Mitchell: [about the Doctor] Are you and him...?
Rose Tyler: No. We're just friends.
Adam Mitchell: Good.
Rose Tyler: Why is that good?
Adam Mitchell: [smiling] It just is.

Dalek: I feel your fear
Rose Tyler: What do you expect!
Dalek: Daleks do not fear, must not fear!
[shoots the wall next to Rose]
Dalek: You gave me life, what else have you given me? I am contaminated!

Henry Van Statten: The vault is sealed.
The Doctor: Rose, where are you? Rose? Did you make it?
Rose Tyler: [still inside] Sorry, I was a bit slow.
[the Dalek pursuing her approaches]
Rose Tyler: It's the end, Doctor. But it's not your fault... And you know what? I wouldn't have missed it for the world.

The Doctor: Next flight to Heathrow leaves at 1500 hours.
Rose Tyler: Adam was saying all his life he wanted to see the stars.
The Doctor: Tell him to go and stand outside, then.
Rose Tyler: He is all on his own, Doctor, and he did help.
The Doctor: He left you down there.
Rose Tyler: So did you.
Adam: what are you talking about? We've got to leave!
The Doctor: Plus, he's a bit pretty.
Rose Tyler: [innocently] I hadn't noticed.
The Doctor: On your own head...
Adam: [Rose and The Doctor step into the Tardis] What are you doing? She said cement. She wasn't joking - we're gonna get sealed in
Adam: [walking towards the Tardis] Doctor? What are you doing standing inside a box? Rose?

[first lines]
Rose Tyler: So, what is it? What's wrong?
The Doctor: Don't know, some kind of signal drawing the TARDIS off course.
Rose Tyler: Where are we?
The Doctor: Earth, Utah, North America. About half a mile underground.
Rose Tyler: And... *when* are we?
The Doctor: 2012.
Rose Tyler: God, that's so close. So I should be... 26.
[the Doctor flicks a switch and lights flood the area]
Rose Tyler: Blimey! It's a great big museum!
The Doctor: An alien museum. Someone's got a hobby. They must've spent a fortune on this. Chunks of meteorite, moon dust... that's the milometer from the Roswell Spaceship.
Rose Tyler: That's a bit of Slitheen! That's a Slitheen's arm, it's been stuffed.
The Doctor: [to a classic Cyberman head in a glass case] Ah! Look at you!
Rose Tyler: What is it?
The Doctor: An old friend of mine... well, enemy. The stuff of nightmares reduced to an exhibit. I'm getting old.
Rose Tyler: Is that where the signal's coming from?
The Doctor: Nah, it's stone dead. The signal's alive. Something's reaching out. Calling for help.
[the Doctor lightly touches the glass. Immediately, an alarm goes off and they are promptly surrounded by armed security all pointing their guns at them]
Rose Tyler: If someone's collecting aliens, that makes you Exhibit A.
[the Doctor grins at them. Cue opening]

"Doctor Who: The Unquiet Dead (#1.3)" (2005)
Rose Tyler: My father died years back.
Gwyneth: But you've been thinking about him lately, more than ever.
Rose Tyler: I suppose so. How do you know all this?
Gwyneth: Mr. Sneed says I think too much. I'm all alone down here. I bet you've got dozens of servants, haven't you miss?
Rose Tyler: No. No servants where I'm from.
Gwyneth: And you've come such a long way.
Rose Tyler: What makes you thinks so?
Gwyneth: You're from London. I've seen London in drawings, but never like that. All those people rushing about, half naked. For shame. And the noise, and the metal boxes racing past. And the birds in the sky... No, they're metal as well. Metal birds with people in them. People are flying. And you, you've flown so far, further than anyone! The things you've seen. The darkness... The Big Bad Wolf.
[Gwyneth steps back in horror]

Charles Dickens: Incredible. Ghosts that are not ghosts, but beings from another world, who can only exist in our realm by inhabiting cadavers.
The Doctor: Good system. It might work.
Rose Tyler: [about the Gelf] You can't let 'em run around inside of dead people!
The Doctor: Why not? It's just like recycling.
Rose Tyler: Seriously though, you can't.
The Doctor: Seriously though, I can!

The Gelth, Gwyneth: [during the séance, the Gelth come through] Pity us. Pity the Gelth. There is so little time. Help us.
The Doctor: What do you want us to do?
The Gelth, Gwyneth: The rift. Take the girl to the rift. Make the bridge.
The Doctor: What for?
The Gelth, Gwyneth: We are so very few. The last of our kind. We face extinction.
The Doctor: Why? What happened?
The Gelth, Gwyneth: Once we had a physical form like you. But then the War came.
Charles Dickens: War? What war?
The Gelth, Gwyneth: The Time War. The whole universe convulsed. The Time War raged, invisible to smaller species but devastating to higher forms. Our bodies wasted away. We're trapped in this gaseous state.
The Doctor: So, that's why you need the corpses.
The Gelth, Gwyneth: We want to stand tall, to feel the sunlight, to live again. We need a physical form and your dead are abandoned. They go to waste. Give them to us.
Rose Tyler: But we can't!
The Doctor: Why not?
Rose Tyler: It's... I mean, it's not...
The Doctor: Not decent? Not polite? It could save their lives.
The Gelth, Gwyneth: Open the rift. Let the Gelth through. We're dying. Help us... Pity the Gelth!
[the Gelth vanish]

The Doctor: The rift's getting wider and something's sneaking through.
Rose Tyler: What's the rift?
The Doctor: A weak point in time and space. A connection between this place and another. That's the cause of ghost stories, most of the time.
Gabriel Sneed: That's how I got the house so cheap. Stories going back generations.
[Dickens walks out of the room]
Gabriel Sneed: Echoes in the dark. Queer songs in the air. And a feeling like a shadow passing over your soul.
Gabriel Sneed: Mind you, truth be told, it's been good for business. Just what people expect from a gloomy old trade like mine.

Rose Tyler: Think about it, though. Christmas 1860. It happened once. Just once, and it's... gone, it's finished. It'll never happen again. Except for you. You can go back and see days that are dead and gone, a hundred thousand sunsets ago. No wonder you never stay still.
The Doctor: Not a bad life.
Rose Tyler: Better with two.

The Doctor: [after Rose has just been pulled from the clutches of two Gelth-possessed bodies] Hi!
Rose Tyler: Hi. Who's your friend?
The Doctor: Charles Dickens.
Rose Tyler: Okay.

The Doctor: Now, don't antagonize her - I love a happy medium!
Rose Tyler: I can't believe you just said that!

The Doctor: What about me? I saw the Fall of Troy, World War V. I pushed boxes at the Boston Tea Party. Now I'm gonna die in a dungeon. In Cardiff!
Rose Tyler: It's not just dying...
[the Gelth still press against the gait to reach them]
Rose Tyler: We're going to become one of them.
[cut to Charles Dickens moving through the house; extinguishing the lamps, allowing gas to fill the rooms; back to Rose and the Doctor]
Rose Tyler: We'll go down fighting, yeah?
The Doctor: Yeah.
Rose Tyler: Together?
The Doctor: Yeah.
[they link hands]
The Doctor: [looking at Rose] I'm so glad I met you.
Rose Tyler: Me too.
[they smile at each other]

The Doctor: I got the flight a bit wrong.
Rose Tyler: I don't care.
The Doctor: It's not 1860, it's 1869.
Rose Tyler: I don't care.
The Doctor: It's not Naples.
Rose Tyler: I don't care.
The Doctor: [unhappy] It's Cardiff!
Rose Tyler: Right...

Rose Tyler: ...and don't think I didn't feel your hands having a quick wander, you dirty old man!

The Doctor: [over the noise of the TARDIS] You've seen the future, how about I show you the past? 1860? How does 1860 sound?
Rose Tyler: What happens in 1860?
The Doctor: I have no idea, let's find out! Hold on! Here we go!

The Doctor: [saying goodbye to Charles Dickens] Nice to meet you. Fantastic.
Rose Tyler: [shaking his hand] Bye then. And thanks.
[steps forward and kisses him on the cheek]
Charles Dickens: [taken aback] Oh, my dear... How modern.
[Rose smiles]

The Doctor: [looks up to see Rose in an 1860s dress] Blimey!
Rose Tyler: Don't laugh!
The Doctor: You look beautiful.
[Rose stops laughing and smiles instead. The Doctor looks away, awkwardly]
The Doctor: Considering.
Rose Tyler: Considering what?
The Doctor: That you're human.
Rose Tyler: [amused] I think that's a compliment. Aren't you going to change?
The Doctor: I've changed my jumper.
[starts to get up as Rose heads for the TARDIS door]
Rose Tyler: You stay there. You've done this before. This one's mine!

Rose Tyler: They're not using her.
Gwyneth: Don't I get a say, miss?
Rose Tyler: Well, yeah... look... you don't understand what's going on.
Gwyneth: You would say that, miss, because that's very clear inside your head, that you think I'm stupid.
Rose Tyler: That's not fair!
Gwyneth: It's true, though. Things might be very different where you're from, but here and now I know my own mind, and the angels need me.

The Doctor: We need to find the rift. This house is on a weak spot so there must be a spot that's weaker than any other. Mr. Sneed, what's the weakest part of the house? The place where most of the ghosts have been seen?
Sneed: That would be... the morgue.
Rose: No chance you were gonna say gazebo, is there?

The Doctor: I did it! Give the man a medal. Earth, Naples, December 24th, 1860.
Rose Tyler: That's so weird... its Christmas.
The Doctor: All yours.
Rose Tyler: But its like - think about it though. Christmas. 1860. Happens once - just once - and then its gone, its finished. It'll never happen again. Except for you. You can go back and see days that are dead and gone a hundred thousand sun sets ago. No wonder you never stay still.
The Doctor: Not a bad life.
Rose Tyler: [smiles] Better with two.

Gabriel Sneed: I did the Bishop a favour, once. Made his nephew look like a cherub. Even though he'd been a fortnight in the weir. Perhaps he'll do us an exorcism on the cheap.
[There is a knock at the door. Sneed and Gwyneth look up, alarmed. Sneed tells Gwyneth]
Gabriel Sneed: Say I'm not in. Tell them we're closed. Just, just get rid of them.
[In the parlor, Rose is just waking up, and while trying to come to her senses, she does not see a gassy spirit enter Mr. Redpath's body, causing him to sit up in his coffin]
Gwyneth: [opening the door to find the Doctor and Charles Dickens] I'm sorry, sir, we're closed.
Charles Dickens: Nonsense! Since when did an undertaker keep office hours? The dead don't die on schedule. I demand to see your master.
Gwyneth: He's not in, sir.
Charles Dickens: [tries to force the door open as Gwyneth closes it] Don't lie to me, girl!
Gabriel Sneed: I'm awfully sorry, Mr. Dickens, but the mater's indisposed.
[Behind her, a gas lamp flares up and the flames start flickering oddly]
The Doctor: Having trouble with your gas?
Charles Dickens: What in Shakespeare is going on?
Rose Tyler: [suddenly, she notices Mr. Redpath's corpse sitting up in his coffin as he making zombie noises] Are you all right? You're kidding me, yeah? You're just kidding.
[Redpath climbs out of his coffin]
Rose Tyler: You are, you're kidding me, aren't ya?
[He takes staggering steps towards her]
Rose Tyler: Okay, not kidding!
[She runs to the door and tries to open it. In the hallway, meanwhile, the Doctor has forced his way inside]
Gwyneth: You're not allowed inside, sir.
The Doctor: There's something inside the walls.
[Inside the parlor, the corpse of Mrs. Peace also sits up and climbs out of her coffin]
The Doctor: The gas pipes. Something's living inside the gas.
[Desparate, Rose throws a vase at Mr. Redpath, but that only causes him to stumble back a bit. She then frantically rattles the doorknob]
Rose Tyler: Let me out! Open the door!
The Doctor: [outside] That's her.
[He runs off to find her, Charles Dickens following him]
Rose Tyler: Please, let me out!
[Mrs. Peace and Mr. Redpath are advancing on her. In the hall, the Doctor and Dickens race past Sneed]
Gabriel Sneed: How dare you, sir! This is my house!
[Dickens charges past him too. He shakes his finger at Gwyneth as she runs after them]
Gabriel Sneed: I told you!
Rose Tyler: [still hammering on the door as the two bodies close in on her] Let me out! Somebody, open the door! Open the door!
[Redpath clasps a hand over her mouth, muffling her scream. At that moment, the Doctor kicks the door in]
The Doctor: I think this is MY dance.
[releases Rose from Mr. Redpath's grasp]
Charles Dickens: It's a prank? It must be. We're under some mesmeric influence.
The Doctor: No, we're not, the dead are walking.
[grins down at the panting Rose]
The Doctor: Hi!
Rose Tyler: Hi! Who's your friend?
The Doctor: Charles Dickens.
Rose Tyler: Oh. Okay.
The Doctor: [to the corpses] My name's the Doctor. Who are you, then? What do you want?
Redpath: [speaking with a voice overlaid by that of a ghost] We're failing. Open the rift, we're dying. Trapped in this form, cannot sustain. Help us.
[He and Mrs. Peace raise their heads to the ceiling, and the gas leaves them with a wailing shriek, and then the bodies fall to the floor]

[Gwyneth pours the Doctor, Rose, and Charles Dickens tea. Rose, meanwhile, is lashing out at Sneed for the events of the cadavers' attack]
Rose Tyler: First of all you drug me, then you kidnap me, and don't think I didn't feel your hands having a quick wander, you dirty old man!
[the Doctor sniggers]
Gabriel Sneed: I won't be spoken to like this!
Rose Tyler: Then you stuck me in a room full of zombies! And if that ain't enough, you swan off! And leave me to die! So come on, talk!
Gabriel Sneed: It's not my fault, it's this house! It always had a reputation. Haunted. But I never had much bother until a few months back. And then the stiffs...
[Dickens looks mildly offended]
Gabriel Sneed: ... the er, dear departed started getting restless.
Charles Dickens: Tommyrot.
Gabriel Sneed: You witnessed it! Can't keep the beggars down, sir! They walk. And it's the queerest thing that they hang on to scraps...
Gwyneth: [giving the Doctor his tea] Two sugars, sir, just how you like it.
[the Doctor looks at her, retreating back curiously]
Gabriel Sneed: One old fella who used to be a sexton almost walked into his own memorial service! Just like the old lady going to your performance, sir! Just as she planned.
Charles Dickens: Morbid fancy.
The Doctor: Oh, Charles, you were there.
Charles Dickens: I saw nothing but an illusion.
The Doctor: If you're going to deny it, don't waste my time. Just shut up.
[Dickens is stunned. The Doctor turns to Sneed]
The Doctor: What about the gas?
Gabriel Sneed: That's new, sir, never seen anything like that.
The Doctor: Means it's getting stronger, the rift's getting wider and something's sneaking through.
Rose Tyler: What's the rift?
The Doctor: A weak point in time and space. The connection between this place and another. That's the cause of ghost stories, most of the time.
Gabriel Sneed: [with revelation] That's how I got the house so cheap.
[Dickens sneaks out of the room unnoticed]
Gabriel Sneed: Stories going back generations. Echoes in the dark. Queer songs in the air and this feeling like a... shadow. Passing over your soul. Mind you, truth be told, it's been good for business. Just what people expect from a gloomy old trade like mine.

The Gelth: The bridge is open. We descend.
[Suddenly, the figure becomes demonic. The gas turns from blue to red]
The Gelth: The Gelth will come through in force.
Charles Dickens: You said that you were *few* in number!
The Gelth: A few billion. And all of us in need of corpses.
[the dead bodies, possessed by the Gelth, begin to rise]
Gabriel Sneed: Gwyneth! Stop this! Listen to your master! This has gone far enough. Stop dabbling, child, leave these things alone. I beg of you...
Rose Tyler: Mr. Sneed! Get back!
[But it's too late. A corpse strangles Sneed from behind, holding him still to let a Gelth fill his body through the mouth. The Doctor and Rose leap back, and when Sneed looks up again, it is through his blank, dead eyes]
The Doctor: I think it's gone a little bit wrong.
Gabriel Sneed, The Gelth: I have joined the legions of the Gelth. Come. March with us.
Charles Dickens: No!
[the corpses start advancing on the Doctor and Rose]
Gabriel Sneed, The Gelth: We need bodies. All of you. Dead. The human race. Dead.
The Doctor: Gwyneth, stop them! Send them back! Now!
The Gelth: Three more bodies. Make them vessels for the Gelth.
Charles Dickens: I - I can't! I'm sorry!
[the Doctor and Rose spot the dungeon door and lock themselves into it]

"Doctor Who: The Girl in the Fireplace (#2.4)" (2006)
Rose Tyler: Who is she?
The Doctor: Jeanne-Antionette Poisson, known to her friends as Reinette. One of the most accomplished women who ever lived.
Rose Tyler: Has she got plans on being the queen, then?
The Doctor: No, he's already got a queen. She's got plans on being his mistress.
Rose Tyler: Oh, I get it. Camilla!

The Doctor: Rose, take Arthur, follow it. Don't approach it, just go, go, go!
Rose Tyler: Arthur?
The Doctor: Good name for a horse.
Rose Tyler: No, you're not keeping the horse.
The Doctor: I let you keep Mickey!

The Doctor: Go! and take Arthur!
Rose Tyler: Arthur?
The Doctor: Fine name for a horse.
Rose Tyler: No you can't keep the horse.
The Doctor: Why not? I let you keep Mickey! Now go!

The Doctor: [drunk] Have you met the French? My God they know how to party!
Rose Tyler: Oh look at what the cat dragged in, the oncoming storm.
The Doctor: You sound just like your mother.
Rose Tyler: What have you been doing? Where have you been?
The Doctor: Well, among other things, I *think* I may have just invented the banana daiquiri a few centuries early.

Rose Tyler: No! You're not keeping the horse!
The Doctor: Why not? I let you keep Mickey!

The Doctor: What was it you said the flight deck smelled of?
Rose Tyler: Cooking.
The Doctor: Human flesh plus heat. Barbecue.

Rose Tyler: [the Doctor enters, singing "I Could Have Danced All Night", seemingly drunk] Oh, look what the cat dragged in, the oncoming storm.
The Doctor: Oh, you sound just like your mother.
Rose Tyler: What have you been doing, where've you been?
The Doctor: Well, among other things, I *think* I just invented the banana daiquiri a couple of centuries early. Do you know they'd never seen a banana before? Always take a banana to a party, Rose, bananas are good.
[to the droid]
The Doctor: Oh, brilliant, it's you! You're my favorite, you are, you are the best, you know why? Cause you're so thick! You're Mr. Thick Thick Thickety Thick-face from Thick-town, Thickania. And so's your dad!

Rose Tyler: Are you okay?
Reinette Poisson: No, I'm not. But you and I both know, don't we, Rose, that the Doctor is worth the monsters.

Rose Tyler: [about Madame De Pompadour] The Queen must've loved her.
The Doctor: Oh, she did. They got on very well.
Mickey Smith: The King's wife and the King's girlfriend?
The Doctor: France. It's a different planet.

Mickey Smith: It's a spaceship! Brilliant, I got a spaceship on my first go!
Rose Tyler: Looks kind of abandoned. Anyone on board?
The Doctor: Nah, nothing here. Well, nothing dangerous. Well, not that dangerous. Know what, I'll just have a quick scan... in case there's anything dangerous.

Rose Tyler: Mickey Smith, meet the universe. See anything you like?

Mickey Smith: So that Doctor, eh?
Rose Tyler: I don't know what you're talking about.
Mickey Smith: Well, Madame de Pompadour, Sarah Jane Smith, Cleopatra.
Rose Tyler: Oh, Cleopatra! He mentioned her once.
Mickey Smith: Yeah, but he called her Cleo.

Rose Tyler: You all right?
The Doctor: I'm always all right.

The Doctor: [wandering in singing, glass in hand] I could have *spread my wings* and done a thou-have you *met* the French? My... *GOD*, they know how to party.
Rose Tyler: Oh, look what the cat dragged in, the Oncoming Storm.
The Doctor: Ooh, you sound just like your mother.
Rose Tyler: What have you been doing all this time? Where've you *been*?
The Doctor: Well, among other things, I *think* I might have just invented the banana daiquiri a few centuries early. Do you know, they'd never even seen a banana before? Always take a banana to a party, Rose. Bananas are good.
[turning to the robot]
The Doctor: Oh, it's you! You're my favorite, you are. You know why? Cause you're so... thick! You're Mr. Thick Thick Thickety Thickface from Thicktown, Thickania.
[turns to walk away]
The Doctor: And so's your dad!
The Doctor: [gives Rose a look as if to say 'I showed him, didn't I?' or 'How do you like them apples?']

Rose Tyler: He will be there when you need him. That's the way it gotta be.
Madame Du Pompadour: It is the way that has always been. The monster and the doctor. It seems you cannot have one without the other.

The Doctor: Let me tell you, the French know how to throw a party!
Rose Tyler: Where have you been?
The Doctor: I think I just invented the banana daquiri a couple centuries early... Always take a banana to a party, Rose. Bananas are good.

[32-year-old Reinette barges past Rose and Mickey behind the tapestry and finds herself on the spaceship at the Dagmar Cluster, two and a half galaxies away from Earth, in the 51st Century, roughly 3300 years in her future]
Reinette Poisson: This is his world.
[the members of the royal court start screaming somewhere in the distance]
Reinette Poisson: What was that?
Mickey Smith: [hesitates, then to Rose] The time window. The Doctor fixed an audio link.
Reinette Poisson: Those screams... Is that my future?
Rose Tyler: Yeah, I'm sorry.
Reinette Poisson: Then I must take the slower path.
Madame Du Pompadour: [echoing in the halls] Are you there? Can you hear me? I need you, now! You promised! The clock on the mantel is broken!
Reinette Poisson: [fearful] Th- that's my voice.
Madame Du Pompadour: It is time!
Mickey Smith: Rose, come on, we gotta go. There's- there's a problem.
Rose Tyler: Give me a moment.
[Mickey hurries down the corridor of the ship]
Rose Tyler: Are you okay?
Reinette Poisson: No, I'm very afraid. But you and I both know, don't we Rose? The Doctor is worth the monsters.
[Reinette returns through the time window behind the tapestry to her own time]
Madame Du Pompadour: [echoing] Doctor! Doctor!
[in the ballroom, the clockwork service droids corner the royal court]
Madame Du Pompadour: [37 years old, speaking into her fireplace] Doctor!
King Louis: We must go! No one is coming to help us!
[a clockwork man appproaches and stands in the doorway. Madame Du Pompadour stands, turns, and gasps as memories flash in her mind of him in her bedroom in 1727 as 6-years-old Reinette. Two more costumed droids arrive, flanking him, completely blocking her and King Louis XV's egress]
Clockwork Man: You are complete. You will come.

"Doctor Who: Doomsday (#2.13)" (2006)
Cyber Leader: Daleks, be warned. You have declared war upon the Cybermen.
Dalek Sec: This is not war - this is pest control!
Cyber Leader: We have five million Cybermen. How many are you?
Dalek Sec: Four.
Cyber Leader: You would destroy the Cybermen with four Daleks?
Dalek Sec: We would destroy the Cybermen with one Dalek! You superior in only one respect.
Cyber Leader: What is that?
Dalek Sec: You are better at dying. Raise communications barrier!
[video link with Cyber Leader cuts out]
Dalek Jast: Wait!
The Doctor: [in the same room as Cyber Leader, listening in through Rose's mobile phone] Lost her.
Dalek Jast: Rewind image by nine rels.
[the image is rewound, and we see the Doctor in the background of the video link]
Dalek Jast: Identify grid Seven Gamma Flame. This male registers as enemy!
Dalek Sec: The females heartbeat has increased!
Mickey Smith: Yeah, tell me about it.
Dalek Sec: Identify him!
Rose Tyler: All right then... if you really want to know. That's the Doctor.
[all four Daleks recoil in apparent fear]
Rose Tyler: Five million Cybermen, easy. One Doctor? NOW you're scared!

Rose Tyler: [Rose is being threatened by the Daleks to place her hand on the Genesis Ark, thus awakening it] I can't let 'em.
Dalek Leader: Place your hand upon the casket!
Rose Tyler: [impatient] All right! You're gonna kill us anyway, so what the hell.
Rose Tyler: If you... survived the Time War, don't you want to know what happened...?
Dalek Leader: Place your hand...
Rose Tyler: [interrupting] ... what happened to the Emperor?
Dalek Leader: [pause] The Emperor survived?
Rose Tyler: [staring into the Dalek's eyestalk] Well, until he met ME. Because if these are gonna be my last words, then you're gonna listen. I met the Emperor, and I took the Time Vortex and poured it into his head, and turned him into dust. D'you get that? The God of all Daleks, and I destroyed him! HA!
Dalek Leader: [furious] You will be EXTERMINATED!

Rose Tyler: [crying] I... I love you.
The Doctor: [with a weak smile] Quite right too.
The Doctor: And I suppose... if it's my last chance to say it... Rose Tyler...
[fades away]

Rose Tyler: [Rose is being threatened by the Daleks to place her hand on the Genesis Ark, thus awakening it] I can't let 'em.
Dalek Leader: Place your hand upon the casket!
Rose Tyler: [impatient] All right! You're gonna kill us anyway, so what the hell.
Rose Tyler: If you... survived the Time War, don't you want to know what happened...?
Dalek Leader: Place your hand...
Rose Tyler: [interrupting] ... What happened to the Emperor?
Dalek Leader: [shocked] ... The Emperor survived?
Rose Tyler: [staring into the Dalek's eyestalk] Well, until he met ME. Because if these are gonna be my last words, then you're gonna listen. I met the Emperor, and I took the Time Vortex and poured it into his head, and turned him into dust. D'you get that? The God of all Daleks, and I destroyed him!
Rose Tyler: HA!
Dalek Leader: [furious] You will be EXTERMINATED!

The Doctor: You're never gonna see her again, your own mother!
Rose Tyler: I made my choice a long time ago. I'm never gonna leave you. Now what can I do to help?

The Doctor: [the Doctor is transmitting his image from the TARDIS] Here you are, living a life day after day. The one adventure I can never have.
Rose Tyler: [crying] Am I ever going to see you again?
The Doctor: You can't.
Rose Tyler: What are you going to do?
The Doctor: I've got the TARDIS. Same old life. The last of the Time Lords.
Rose Tyler: On your own?
[the Doctor nods]

Rose Tyler: This is the story of how I died.

Rose Tyler: This is the story of war on earth...

Dalek voice: Exterminate! Exterminate! Exterminate!
Rose Tyler: Daleks! I know your name. Think about it. A human who knows about the Daleks. And the Time War. If you want to know how then keep us alive. Me and my friends.
Mickey Smith: Yeah. Time War. Me too.
Dr. Rajesh Singh: Me too.

Rose Tyler: You're the bravest person I know.
Mickey Smith: What about the Doctor?
Rose Tyler: Ok, then... the bravest human.

Mickey Smith: I love it when you talk technical.
Rose Tyler: Shut up.

Rose Tyler: This is the last story I'll ever tell.

Rose Tyler: You didn't need to kill him!
Dalek: Neither did we need him alive.

Dalek Jast: [viewing video of Doctor] This male registers as enemy.
Dalek Sec: The female's heartbeat has increased.
Mickey Smith: Yea, tell me about it.
Dalek Sec: Identify him.
Rose Tyler: All right, then. If you really want to know... That's the Doctor.
[Daleks back away]
Rose Tyler: Five million Cybermen, easy. One Doctor... now you're scared.

Rose Tyler: Can't you come through properly?
The Doctor: Then the whole thing would fracture. The two universes would collapse.
Rose Tyler: So?

Rose Tyler: [the Doctor appears in from of Rose in a translucent form] Where are you?
The Doctor: Inside the TARDIS. There's one tiny little gap in the universe left, just about to close. And it takes a lot of power to send this projection. I'm in orbit around a supernova.
[smiling weakly]
The Doctor: I'm burning up a sun just to say good bye.

"Doctor Who: The Doctor Dances (#1.10)" (2005)
Captain Jack: [when he realizes his Sonic Blaster's stopped working] Damn it! It's the special features, they really drain the battery.
Rose Tyler: The battery?
[both run through the door the Doctor just opened; after she stops]
Rose Tyler: It's so lame.
Captain Jack: I was going to send for another one but *somebody's*
[looking at the Doctor]
Captain Jack: got to blow up the factory.
Rose Tyler: Oh, I know. First day I met him, he blew my job up. That's practically how he communicates.

Rose Tyler: Look at you, beaming away like you're Father Christmas!
The Doctor: Who says I'm not, red-bicycle-when-you-were-twelve?
Rose Tyler: What?

The Doctor: [finishes locking the door with his Sonic screwdriver] Ok, that door should hold it for a bit.
Captain Jack Harkness: The Door. The wall didn't stop it!
The Doctor: Well it's got to find us first! Come on, we're not done yet! Assets, assets!
Captain Jack Harkness: Well, I've got a banana and, in a pinch, you could put up some shelves.
The Doctor: Window?
Captain Jack Harkness: Barred. Sheer drop outside. Seven storeys.
Captain Jack Harkness: [sits in a wheel chair]
Rose Tyler: And no other exits.
Captain Jack Harkness: Well, the assets conversation went in a flash, didn't it?

Rose Tyler: Okay, so he's vanished into thin air. Why is it always the *great* looking ones who do that?
The Doctor: I'm making an effort not to be insulted.
Rose Tyler: I mean... men.
The Doctor: Okay, thanks, that really helps!

The Doctor: Hanging from a rope, thousands of feet above London, not a cut, not a bruise.
Rose Tyler: Yeah, I know. Captain Jack fixed me up.
The Doctor: Oh, we're calling him Captain Jack now, are we?
Rose Tyler: Well, his name's Jack and he's a captain.
The Doctor: He's not really a captain, Rose.
Rose Tyler: Do you know what I think? I think you're experiencing 'Captain Envy'. You'll find your feet at the end of your legs. You may care to move them.
The Doctor: If ever he was a captain, he's been defrocked.
Rose Tyler: Yeah? Shame I missed that!
[the Doctor and Rose have been teleported to Jack's ship]
Captain Jack Harkness: Actually, I quit. Nobody takes my frock! Most people notice when they've been teleported. You guys are so sweet!

Captain Jack: Make yourself comfortable. Carry on with whatever it was you were... doing.
The Doctor: We were talking about dancing.
Captain Jack: It didn't look like talking.
Rose Tyler: It didn't feel like dancing.

Captain Jack Harkness: Okay, this can function as a sonic blaster, a sonic cannon, and a triple-fold sonic disruptor. Doc, what you got?
The Doctor: I've got a sonic, er, never mind.
Captain Jack Harkness: What?
The Doctor: It's sonic, okay, let's leave it at that.
Captain Jack Harkness: Disruptor? Cannon? What?
The Doctor: It's sonic, totally sonic. I am sonicked *up*!
Captain Jack Harkness: [yelling] A sonic *what*?
The Doctor: [yelling] *Screwdriver*!
[the boy and other gasmask creatures come towards them]
Rose Tyler: [grabs Jack's Sonic Blaster and points it at the ground] Going down!
[floor vanishes beneath them and they land in the room below]

Captain Jack Harkness: [stands after ceiling is repaired] Who has a sonic screwdriver?
The Doctor: I do!
Rose Tyler: [ignores them] Lights.
[starts to move around the room, looking for a switch]
Captain Jack Harkness: Who looks at a screwdriver and thinks, "Ooh, this could be a little more sonic"?
The Doctor: What, you've never been bored?
Rose Tyler: [still searching the room] There's got to be a light switch.
The Doctor: Never had a long night? Never had a lot of cabinets to put up?
Mask Creatures: [Rose finds the lights; turns them on to find the room filled with gasmask creatures; all start chanting] Mummy? Mummy!
Captain Jack Harkness: Door.
[all three run towards it]

[last lines]
Rose Tyler: Actually, Doctor, I thought Jack might like this dance.
The Doctor: I'm sure he would, Rose, I'm absolutely certain. But who with?
[she laughs, and steps forward to dance with the Doctor]

Rose Tyler: Doesn't the universe implode or something if you dance?
The Doctor: Well, I've got the moves, but I wouldn't want to boast.

The Doctor: Who am I to argue with history?
Rose Tyler: Usually the first in line.

Captain Jack: [about The TARDIS] Much bigger on the inside.
The Doctor: You'd better be.
Rose: I think what the Doctor's trying to say is - you may cut in.

Rose Tyler: Are the words 'distract the guard' heading in my general direction?
The Doctor: I don't think that's such a good idea.
Rose Tyler: Don't worry. I can handle it.
Captain Jack Harkness: I've gotten to know Algy quite well since I've been in town. Trust me, you're not his type. I'll distract him. Don't wait up.
The Doctor: Relax. He's a fifty-first century guy. He's just a bit more flexible when it comes to 'dancing'.
Rose Tyler: How flexible?
The Doctor: Well, by his time, you lot are spread out across half the galaxy.
Rose Tyler: Meaning?
The Doctor: So many species, so little time.
Rose Tyler: What, that's what we do when we get out there? That's our mission? We seek new life and...
Rose Tyler: and...
The Doctor: [nodding] Dance.
[smiles at his clever pun]

The Doctor: Funny little human brains... How do you get around in those things?
Rose Tyler: When he's stressed, he likes to insult species.
The Doctor: Rose, I'm thinking.
Rose Tyler: Cuts himself shaving, does half an hour on life forms he's cleverer than.

The Doctor: [on Jack] So, where'd you pick this one up, then?
Rose: Doctor...
Captain Jack: She was hanging from a barrage balloon, I had an invisible spaceship.
Captain Jack: I never stood a chance.
[Rose slowly smiles, obviously flattered]

The Doctor: [Listening to a recording of the child] It's afraid. Terribly afraid, and powerful. It doesn't know it yet, but it will do.
The Doctor: [laughs softly] It's got the power of a god, and I just sent it to its room!
Rose Tyler: [Hearing a whirring, flapping sound] Doctor...
The Empty Child: I'm here; can't you see me?
Rose Tyler: What's that noise?
The Doctor: End of the tape. It ran out about 30 seconds ago.
The Empty Child: I'm here, now! Can't you see me?
The Doctor: [realizing] I sent it to its room. *This* is its room!

"Doctor Who: Aliens of London (#1.4)" (2005)
Rose Tyler: Right - there's a spaceship on the Thames and you're just 'wandering'.
The Doctor: Nothing to do with me! It's not an invasion! That was a genuine crash landing. Angle of descent, colour of smoke, everything! It's perfect!
Rose Tyler: So...
The Doctor: So maybe this is it! First contact! The day mankind officially comes into contact with an alien race. I'm not interfering because you've got to handle this on your own. That's when the human race finally grows up. Just this morning you were all tiny and small and made of clay! Now you can expand!

Rose Tyler: And where do you think you're going?
The Doctor: Nowhere. It's, uh, just a bit human in there for me. History just happened; they're talking about where you can buy dodgey top-up cards for half price. I'm off on a wonder, that's all.

Jackie Tyler: [lashing out at Rose] The hours I've sat here, days and weeks and months, all on my own! I thought you were dead! And where were you *travelling*? What the hell does that mean, "travelling"? That's no sort of answer!
[to the Policeman]
Jackie Tyler: You ask her. She won't tell me. That's all she says: "travelling."
Rose Tyler: That's what I was doing.
Jackie Tyler: But your passport's still in the drawer! It's just one lie after another!
Rose Tyler: I meant to phone. I really did, I just... I forgot.
Jackie Tyler: What, for a year? You forgot for *a year*? And I am left sitting here. I just don't believe you! Why won't you tell me where you've been?
The Doctor: Actually, it's my fault. I sort of, uh, employed Rose as my companion.
Policeman: When you say "companion," is this a sexual relationship?
Rose Tyler, The Doctor: [they look at each other, and then they simultaneously say] No!
Jackie Tyler: [getting in the Doctor's face, rather threateningly] Then what is it? Because *you*, you waltz in here all charm and smiles, and the next thing I know she vanishes off the face of the earth! How old are you then? 40? 45? What, did you find her on the Internet? Did you go online and pretend you're *a doctor*?
The Doctor: I *am* a doctor!
Jackie Tyler: Prove it! Stitch this, mate!
[slaps him hard across the face. The Doctor groans loudly, and Rose merely rolls her eyes]
Jackie Tyler: Did you think about me at all?
Rose Tyler: I did! All the time! But...
Jackie Tyler: One phone call. Just to know that you were alive!
Rose Tyler: I'm sorry. I really am.
Jackie Tyler: Do you know what terrifies me, is that you still can't say. What happened to you, Rose? What could be so bad that you can't tell me, sweetheart? Where were you?

Rose Tyler: She slapped you!
The Doctor: Nine hundred years of time and space, and I've never been slapped by someone's mother.
Rose Tyler: Your face!
The Doctor: It hurt!
Rose Tyler: You're so gay. When you say nine hundred years...
The Doctor: That's my age.
Rose Tyler: You're nine hundred years old?
The Doctor: Yep.
Rose Tyler: My mum was right. That is one hell of an age gap.
[jumps down off the wall]
Rose Tyler: Every conversation with you just goes mental. And there's no-one else I can talk to. I've seen all that stuff up there, the size of it, and I can't say a word. Aliens and spaceships and things... and I'm the only person on planet Earth that knows they exist.
[At that moment, a large spaceship flies overhead, crashing into Big Ben and landing in the Thames]
Rose Tyler: Oh, that's just not fair!
[the Doctor laughs]

The Doctor: [after the spaceship crashes] It's blocked off.
Rose Tyler: We're miles from the center. The city must be gridlocked. The whole of London must be closing down.
The Doctor: I know. I can't believe I'm here to see this! This is fantastic!
Rose Tyler: Did you know this was gonna happen?
The Doctor: Nope.
Rose Tyler: Do you recognize the ship?
The Doctor: Nope.
Rose Tyler: Do you know why it crashed?
The Doctor: Nope.
Rose Tyler: Oh, I'm so glad I've got you.
The Doctor: I bet you are. This is what I travel for, Rose, to see history happening right in front of us.
Rose Tyler: Well, let's go and see it. Never mind the traffic, we've got the TARDIS.
The Doctor: Um, better not. They've already got one spaceship in the middle of London. I don't wanna shove another one on top.
Rose Tyler: Yeah, but yours looks like a big blue box. No one's gonna notice.
The Doctor: Oh, you'd be surprised. Emergency like this, there'll be all kinds of people watching. Trust me, the TARDIS stays where it is.
Rose Tyler: So, history is happening and we're stuck here?
The Doctor: Yes, we are.
Rose Tyler: We could always do what everybody else does.
[the Doctor looks at her, confused]
Rose Tyler: We could watch it on TV.

Rose Tyler: So, in twelve months, have you been seeing anyone else?
Mickey Smith: No.
Rose Tyler: Okay.
Mickey Smith: Mainly because everyone thinks I murdered you.
Rose Tyler: Right.
Mickey Smith: So now that you've come back, are you gonna stay?

Rose Tyler: Promise you won't disappear?
The Doctor: I'll tell you what. TARDIS key.
[hands her the key]
The Doctor: It's about time you had one. See you later.

Rose Tyler: My mum's here.
The Doctor: Oh, that's just what I need. Don't you dare make this place domestic
Mickey Smith: You ruined my life, Doctor. They thought she was dead. I was a murder suspect because of you.
The Doctor: You see what I mean? Domestic!

Rose Tyler: This is a bit posh. If I knew it was gonna be like this, being arrested, I woulda done it years ago.
The Doctor: We're not being arrested. We're being escorted.
Rose Tyler: Where to?
The Doctor: Where do you think? Downing Street.
Rose Tyler: You're kidding.
The Doctor: I'm not.
Rose Tyler: Ten Downing Street?
The Doctor: That's the one.
Rose Tyler: Oh my God, I'm going to Ten Downing Street. How come?
The Doctor: I hate to say it, but Mickey was right. Over the years I've been to this planet a lot of times, and I've been noticed.
Rose Tyler: And now they need you?
The Doctor: Like they said on the news. They're gathering experts on alien knowledge. And who's the biggest expert of the lot?
Rose Tyler: Patrick Moore?
The Doctor: Apart from him.
Rose Tyler: Oh, don't you just love it?

Rose Tyler: I can't tell her, I can't even begin. She's never gonna forgive me. And I missed a year. Was it good?
The Doctor: Middling.
Rose Tyler: You're so useless.

The Doctor: Hold on, I know that lot.
[see group of people walking with commentator in the background]
The Doctor: UNIT. United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. Good people.
Rose Tyler: How'd you know 'em?
Mickey Smith: 'Cause he's worked for them. Oh yeah, don't think I sat on my backside for twelve months, Doctor. I read up on you. You look deep enough on the Internet, or in the history books, and there's his name... followed by a list of the dead.
The Doctor: That's nice. Good boy, Ricky.

Rose Tyler: And where do you think you're going?
The Doctor: Nowhere. It's, uh, just a bit human in there for me. History just happened and they're talking about where you can buy dodgy top-up cards for half price. I'm off on a wander, that's all.
Rose Tyler: Right. There's a spaceship on the Thames and you're just wandering.
The Doctor: Nothing to do with me. It's not an invasion. That was a genuine crash landing. Angle of descent, colour of the smoke, everything. It was perfect.
Rose Tyler: So?
The Doctor: So maybe this is it. First contact. The day Mankind officially comes into contact with an alien race. I'm not interfering 'cause you got to handle this on your own. That's when the human race finally grows up. Just this morning you were all tiny and small and made of clay. Now you can expand.

Jackie Tyler: The hours I've sat here, days and weeks and months, all on my own! I thought you were dead! And where were you travelling? What the hell does that mean, "travelling"? That's no sort of answer!
[to the police inspector in the apartment]
Jackie Tyler: You ask her. She won't tell me. That's all she says: "traveling".
Rose Tyler: That's what I was doing.
Jackie Tyler: But your passport's still in the drawer! It's just one lie after another!
Rose Tyler: I meant to phone. I really did, I just... I forgot.
Jackie Tyler: What, for a *year*? You forgot for a year? And I am left sitting here? I just don't believe you! Why won't you tell me where you've *been*?
The Doctor: Actually, it's my fault. I sort of, uh, employed Rose as my companion.
Policeman: When you say companion, is this a sexual relationship?
The Doctor, Rose Tyler: [look at each other, and then say] No!
Jackie Tyler: [getting in the Doctor's face] Then what is it? Because *you*, you waltz in here all charm and smiles, and the next thing I know she vanishes off the face of the earth! How old are you then? 40? 45? What, did you find her on the Internet? Did you go online and pretend you're a doctor?
The Doctor: I am a doctor!
Jackie Tyler: Prove it! Stitch this, mate!
[slaps him very hard across the face]
Jackie Tyler: [Later, as Jackie embraces Rose]
Jackie Tyler: Did you think about me at all?
Rose Tyler: I did! All the time! But...
Jackie Tyler: One phone call. Just to know that you were alive!
Rose Tyler: I'm sorry. I really am.
Jackie Tyler: Do you know what terrifies me, is that you still can't say. What happened to you, Rose? What could be so bad that you can't tell me, sweetheart? Where were you?

Rose Tyler: I can't tell her. I can't even begin... she's never gonna forgive me. And I missed a year? Was it good?
The Doctor: Middling.
Rose Tyler: You're so useless.
The Doctor: Well, if it's this much trouble, are you gonna stay here now?
Rose Tyler: I dunno. I can't do that to her again, though.
The Doctor: Well, she's not coming with us.
[Rose bursts out laughing, as does the Doctor]
Rose Tyler: No chance.
The Doctor: I don't do families.
Rose Tyler: She slapped you!
The Doctor: Nine hundred years of time and space, and I've never been slapped by someone's mother.
Rose Tyler: Your face...
The Doctor: It hurt!
Rose Tyler: You're so gay!
Rose Tyler: When you say 900 years...
The Doctor: That's my age.
Rose Tyler: You're 900 years old?
The Doctor: Yep.
Rose Tyler: My mother was right, that is one hell of an age gap.
[jumps down off the wall]
Rose Tyler: Every conversation with you just goes mental. And there's no-one else I can talk to. I've seen all that stuff up there, the size of it, and I can't say a word. Aliens and spaceships and things... and I'm the only person on planet Earth that knows they exist.
[as if on cue, a large spaceship flies overhead. As they watch, it careens across the skyline, heading for Central London. After flying out of control for a few minutes, it crashes into Big Ben and lands in the Thames near Westminster Bridge]
Rose Tyler: Oh that's just not fair!
[the Doctor laughs, bewildered]

[first lines]
[the TARDIS materializes on the Powell Estate, and the Doctor and Rose step out]
Rose Tyler: How long have I been gone?
The Doctor: Twelve hours.
[They both laugh]
Rose Tyler: Oooh! Right, I won't be long, I'm just gonna see my mum.
The Doctor: What're you going to tell her?
Rose Tyler: I don't know! I've been to the year 5 billion... and only been gone, what, 12 hours?
[the Doctor gives something between a laugh and a snort]
Rose Tyler: No, I'll just tell her I've spent the night at Shareen's. See you later!
[walks off, and then turns back]
Rose Tyler: Oh - don't you disappear.
[She runs inside]
Rose Tyler: [the Doctor catches a glimpse of a poster on a telephone pole. He looks closer, and notices that it is a Missing Persons notice - for Rose. It says that "Rose Tyler has been missing from her home on the Powell Estate since 6 March 2005. Rose is described as 5'4", slim build, with shoulder-length blonde hair." Upstairs, Rose enters her flat]
Rose Tyler: I'm back! It was Shareen. She was all upset again. Are you in?
[Jackie walks out of the kitchen with a cup of tea]
Rose Tyler: So, what's been going on? How've you been?
[Jackie looks like she's just seen a ghost]
Rose Tyler: What? What's that face for? It's not the first time I've stayed out all night.
[Outside, the Doctor gets the gist of the poster, that they have landed one year ahead of when they intended to land, and runs inside]
Jackie Tyler: It's you.
Rose Tyler: Of course it's me!
Jackie Tyler: [shaken, and teary] Oh, my God. It's you. Oh my God.
[She throws her arms around Rose, who is rather alarmed. Rose looks over her mother's shoulder and sees more variants of the Missing Persons notice that the Doctor has just seen, including, for instance, "It has been more than six months since Rose Tyler went missing from her home."]
The Doctor: [suddenly bursts into the apartment] It's not 12 hours, it's er... 12 months. You've been gone a whole year.
[He laughs apologetically while Rose and Jackie both look at him, stunned]
The Doctor: Sorry.

"Doctor Who: Father's Day (#1.8)" (2005)
Pete Tyler: Who am I, Rose?
Rose Tyler: You're my Daddy.

The Doctor: Between you and me, I haven't got a plan. No ideas.
Rose Tyler: You'll think of something.

[first lines]
Rose Tyler: [voiceover] Peter Alan Tyler, my Dad. The most wonderful man in the world. Born 15th September, 1954.

[last lines]
Rose Tyler: [voiceover] Peter Alan Tyler, my Dad. The most wonderful man in the world. Died the 7th of November, 1987.

Pete Tyler: Don't worry about him. Couples have rows all the time.
Rose Tyler: We're not a couple! Why does everyone think we're a couple?
Rose Tyler: I think he left me.

Rose Tyler: Can't I do anything right?
The Doctor: Since you asked, no.
The Doctor: So don't touch the baby!
Rose Tyler: I'm not stupid!
The Doctor: Y'could have fooled me!

Pete Tyler: [Rose has travelled back in time and saved her father's life when he was supposed to have died when she was just a baby. By doing so she has inadvertently doomed the human race] Your friend... he said "This is all your fault." What did he mean by that?
Rose Tyler: Dunno. It's just... it just is.
Pete Tyler: [hesitantly] I gave you my car keys. You don't give your car keys to a complete stranger.
[slowly begins walking towards her]
Pete Tyler: I trusted you, the moment I met you. "A wound in time". You called me Dad.
[gets closer]
Pete Tyler: You've got my eyes, Jackie's attitude. You sound like her when you shout.
[he reaches out and tentatively brushes the hair from her eyes but then gets shy and removes his hand. Rose immediately takes his hand and replaces it on her cheek]
Pete Tyler: It is! It's you! You're my Rose! You're my Rose grown up!
[he hugs her]
Rose Tyler: [starts to cry] Dad! My Dad! My Daddy!

Rose Tyler: I think he left me.
Pete Tyler: What, a pretty girl like you? If I was going out with you...
Rose Tyler: Stop right there!
Pete Tyler: I was just saying...
Rose Tyler: I know what you're saying, and we're not going there. At no point are we going anywhere *near* there. You aren't even aware that "there" exists. I don't even want to *think* about "there", and believe me, neither do you. "There", for *you*, is like... pfft, it's like the Bermuda Triangle.
Pete Tyler: Blimey, you know how to flatter a bloke.

Rose Tyler: So it's OK when *you* go to other times, and *you* save people's lives, but not when it's me saving my dad.
The Doctor: I know what I'm doing; you don't. Two sets of us being there made that a vulnerable point.
Rose Tyler: But he's alive!
The Doctor: My entire planet died, my whole family. Do you think it never occurred to me to go back and save them?
Rose Tyler: But it's not like I changed history. Not much. I mean, he's never going to be a world leader. He's not gonna... start World War III or anything.
The Doctor: Rose, there's a man alive in the world who wasn't alive before. An ordinary man: that's the most important thing in creation. The whole world's different because he's alive!
Rose Tyler: What, would you rather him dead?
The Doctor: I'm not saying that!
Rose Tyler: No, I get it! For once, *you're* not the most important man in my life.
The Doctor: Let's see how you get on without me, then: give me the key. The TARDIS key. If I'm so insignificant, give it me back.
Rose Tyler: [fishing out the key] All right then, I will.
[Rose slaps the key into the Doctor's hand]
The Doctor: Well, you've got what you wanted, so that's goodbye, then.
[the Doctor heads out]
Rose Tyler: [following] You don't scare me! I know how sad you are. You'll be back in a minute. Or you'll hang around outside the TARDIS waiting for me.
[the Doctor walks around Rose and goes out the door]
Rose Tyler: And I'll make you wait a long time!
[Rose slams the door]
Pete Tyler: [sticking his head out into the hall] Boyfriend trouble?

Registrar: "I, Peter Alan Tyler, take you, Jacqueline Andrea Suzette Prentice..."
Pete Tyler: I, Peter Alan Tyler, take you, Jacqueline Suzanne - Suzette - Anita...
[Pete looks to the Registrar for help, who tries to subtly prompt him]
Jackie Prentice: [to Registrar] Oh, just carry on. It's good enough for Lady Di.
[the Doctor grins, looks to Rose]
Rose Tyler: [to the Doctor] I thought he'd be taller.
Registrar: "... to be my lawful wedded wife, to love and behold 'til death us do part."

The Doctor: All right. I'm sorry. I wasn't really going to leave you on your own.
Rose Tyler: I know.
The Doctor: But between you and me, I haven't got a plan. No idea. No way out.
Rose Tyler: You'll think of something.
The Doctor: The entire Earth's being sterilized. This, and other places like it, are all that's left of the human race. We might hold out for awhile, but nothing can stop those creatures. They'll get through in the end; the walls aren't that old. And there's nothing I can do to stop them. There used to be laws stopping this kind of thing from happening - my people would have stopped this. But they're all gone. And now, I'm going the same way.
Rose Tyler: If I'd realized...
The Doctor: Just... tell me you're sorry.
Rose Tyler: I am. I'm sorry.
[the Doctor cups her cheek, smiles, and he and Rose hug]
Rose Tyler: Ah! Have you got something hot?

Rose Tyler: [seeing herself in the past as Jackie's baby] And that baby you're holding. That would be... your baby?

Pete Tyler: What's the future like?
Rose Tyler: It's not so different
Pete Tyler: What am I like? Have I gone grey?
[Rose looks at him in silence]
Pete Tyler: Have I gone bald? Don't tell me I've gone bald.

Pete Tyler: Now it's my fault all this has happened
Rose Tyler: This is my fault.
Pete Tyler: No, love. I'm your dad. It's my job for it to be my fault.
Jackie Prentice: Her dad? How are you her dad? How old were you? 12? Oh, that's disgusting.

"Doctor Who: The Empty Child (#1.9)" (2005)
Captain Jack Harkness: I've got you. You're fine, you're just fine. The tractor beam, it can scramble your head just a little.
Rose Tyler: Hello.
Captain Jack Harkness: Hello.
Rose Tyler: Hello. Sorry, there was 'hello' twice there. Dull, but, you know, thorough.
Captain Jack Harkness: Are you all right?
Rose Tyler: I'm fine! Why, you expecting me to faint?
Captain Jack Harkness: You look a little dizzy.
Rose Tyler: What about you? You're not even in focus...! Oh, boll...

The Doctor: D'you know how long you can knock around space without happening to bump into Earth?
Rose Tyler: Five days? Or is that just when we're out of milk?
The Doctor: All the species in all the universe and it has to come out of a cow!

Captain Jack Harkness: So, this companion of yours. Does he handle the business?
Rose Tyler: Well... I delegate a lot of that, yeah.
Captain Jack Harkness: Well, maybe we should go find him.
Rose Tyler: And how you gonna do that?
Captain Jack Harkness: Easy. I'll just scan for alien tech.
Rose Tyler: Finally, a professional.

Rose Tyler: You used to be a Time Agent. Now... you're some kind of freelancer.
Captain Jack Harkness: Oh, that's a little harsh. I like to think of myself as a criminal.

Captain Jack Harkness: So... when you say 'your companion', how disappointed should I be?
Rose Tyler: OK. We're standing in mid-air on a space-ship during a German air-raid. Do you really think now's a good time to be coming on to me?
Captain Jack Harkness: Perhaps not.
Rose Tyler: It was just a suggestion.

Captain Jack Harkness: [Rose falls from the barrage balloon rope but is caught by a beam of light. Captain Jack speaks to her via loudspeaker] I'm just programming your descent pattern. Stay still as you can and keep your hands and feet inside the light field.
Rose Tyler: Descent pattern?
Captain Jack Harkness: [via loudspeaker] Oh, and could you switch off your cell-phone?
[Rose starts to complain]
Captain Jack Harkness: No, seriously, it interferes with my instruments.
Rose Tyler: You know, no one ever believes that.
[switches phone off]
Captain Jack Harkness: [via loudspeaker] Thank you, that's much better.
Rose Tyler: Oh yeah, that's a real load off, that is! I'm hanging in the sky in the middle of a German air raid with a Union Jack across my chest but, hey, my mobile phone's off!

[first lines]
Rose Tyler: What's the emergency?
The Doctor: It's mauve.
Rose Tyler: Mauve?
The Doctor: Universally recognised colour for danger.
Rose Tyler: What happened to red?
The Doctor: That's just humans. By everyone else's standards, red's camp. Oh, the misunderstandings! All those red alerts, all that dancing.

[Rose and Captain Jack are standing on his space ship which is tied to Big Ben]
Rose Tyler: Do you have the time?

[Captain Jack has just greeted the Doctor as "Mr. Spock"]
The Doctor: Mister Spock?
Rose Tyler: What was I supposed to say? You don't have a name! Don't you ever get tired of "Doctor"? Doctor Who?
The Doctor: Nine centuries in, I'm coping.

Rose Tyler: So, who are you supposed to be then?
Captain Jack Harkness: [handing her a card] Captain Jack Harkness, 133 Squadron, Royal Air Force. American volunteer.
Rose Tyler: Liar. This is psychic paper. It tells me whatever you want it to tell me.
Captain Jack Harkness: How do you know?
Rose Tyler: Two things. One, I have a friend that uses this all the time, and two, you just handed me a piece of paper telling me you're single and you work out.
Captain Jack Harkness: Tricky thing, psychic paper.
Rose Tyler: Yeah. Can't let your mind wander when you're handing it over.
Captain Jack Harkness: [reading the paper she's just handed back] Oh, you sort of have a boyfriend called Mickey Smith, but you consider yourself to be footloose and fancy-free.
Rose Tyler: What?
Captain Jack Harkness: Actually the word you use is "available".
Rose Tyler: No way.
Captain Jack Harkness: And another one, "very".

Rose Tyler: It's not very Spock, is it? Just asking.
The Doctor: [listening to a door] Voices, music, people. What d'you think?
Rose Tyler: I think you should do a scan for alien tech. Give me some Spock! Just once, would it kill you?

Rose Tyler: Is it safe?
The Doctor: Perfectly.
[TARDIS console explodes with a shower of sparks, burning the Doctor]
The Doctor: Okay, *reasonably* - should have said reasonably, there.

Captain Jack Harkness: Go back to what you were doing.
The Doctor: We were talking about dancing.
Captain Jack Harkness: Didn't look like talking
Rose Tyler: Didn't feel like dancing.

"Doctor Who: Tooth and Claw (#2.2)" (2006)
The Doctor: [about the telescope] It's a bit rubbish. How many prisms has it got? Way too many... the magnification's gone right over the top, that's a stupid kind of -
[aside to ROSE]
The Doctor: - am I being rude again?
Rose Tyler: Yup.
The Doctor: But it's pretty! Very... pretty!

Sir Robert: Nevertheless, that creature won't give up, Doctor, and we still don't possess an actual weapon!
The Doctor: Oh, your dad got all the brains, didn't he?
Rose Tyler: Being rude again!
The Doctor: Good, I meant that one. You want weapons? We're in a library! Books! The best weapons in the world! This room's the greatest arsenal we could have - arm yourselves!

The Doctor: [held at gunpoint on the Scottish highlands] 1879. Same difference.
Reynolds: You will explain your presence, and the nakedness of this girl.
The Doctor: [Scottish accent] Are we in Scotland?
Reynolds: How can you be ignorant of that?
The Doctor: Oh, I'm dazed and confused. I've been chasing this wee naked child over hill and over dale. Isn't that right, you... tim'rous beastie?
Rose: [terrible Scottish accent] Och aye! I've been oot and aboot!
The Doctor: [normal voice] No, don't do that.
Rose: Hoots mon!
The Doctor: No, really don't. *Really*.

Rose Tyler: [the werewolf is breaking through the door] What do we do?
The Doctor: We run!
Rose Tyler: That's it?
The Doctor: You got any silver bullets?
Rose Tyler: Not on me, no!
The Doctor: Then we run!
[to Queen Victoria]
The Doctor: Your Majesty, as your doctor, I recomend a brisk jog, it's good for your health!

Rose Tyler: [They are trapped in the library, but the werewolf has stopped attacking for the moment] Can I just say one thing?
The Doctor: What?
Rose Tyler: [Squeals excitedly] A werewolf!
The Doctor: [Just as excited] I know!
[They run to each other and hug. Then he pulls back to look over her]
The Doctor: Are you okay?
Rose Tyler: Yeah, I'm fine.

Rose Tyler: [after meeting Queen Victoria] I wanted to hear her say, "We are not amused." Bet you five quid I can get her to say it.
The Doctor: Taking that bet would be an abuse of my responsibilities as a traveller in time.
Rose Tyler: Ten quid?
The Doctor: Done.

Rose Tyler: I want her to say
[she puts on an affected upper-classed accent]
Rose Tyler: 'we are not amused'. I bet you five quid I can make her say it.
The Doctor: Well, if I gambled on that, it'd be an abuse of my privileges of traveller in time.
Rose Tyler: ...Ten quid?
The Doctor: Done.

Queen Victoria: And please excuse the naked girl.
Rose Tyler: Sorry.
The Doctor: She's a feral child. I bought her for sixpence in old London Town. It's was her or the Elephant Man, so...
Rose Tyler: Thinks he's funny but I'm so not amused.

Rose Tyler: moonlight, but it needs moonlight. It's made of moonlight!
The Doctor: Yer well your seventy percent water but you can still drown

Host: Look, inside your eyes, you've seen it too!
Rose: Seen what?
Host: The wolf, there's something of the wolf about you!
Rose: I don't know what you mean.
Host: You burnt like the sun, but all I require is the moon!

Rose Tyler: Good job my mum's not here, she'd be fighting the wolf off with her bare hands for that.
The Doctor: And she'd win.

Rose Tyler: Is that the Koh-i-noor?
The Doctor: Oh yes. The greatest diamond in the world.
Queen Victoria: Given to me as the spoils of war. Perhaps its legend is now coming true. It is said that whoever owns it must surely die.
The Doctor: Well, that's true of anything if you wait long enough.

Rose Tyler: What do you think of this? Will it do?
The Doctor: In the late 1970s, you'd be better off in a bin bag. Hold on, listen to this.
[switches on music: "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick"]
Ian Dury (recording): [singing] Das ist gute, es fantastique
The Doctor: Ian Dury and The Blockheads. Number one in 1979.
Rose Tyler: [laughing] You're a punk!
The Doctor, Ian Dury (recording): [singing along] It's good to be a lunatic
Rose Tyler: That's what you are: a- a big old punk, with a bit of... rockabilly thrown in.
Lady Isobel: [scream leaks into the TARDIS, they don't notice, sounding like a saxaphone squeal]
The Doctor: Would you like to see 'im?
Rose Tyler: How d'you mean, in concert?
The Doctor: What else is a TARDIS for? I can take you to the Battle of Trafalgar, the First Antigravity Olympics, Ceasar crossing the Rubicon, or... Ian Dury at the Top Rank, Sheffield, England, Earth, 21st November, 1979. What do you think?
Rose Tyler: Sheffield it is.
The Doctor: Hold on tight.
Lady Isobel: [scream continues as the TARDIS shoots off, warbling, into the time vortex]
Ian Dury (recording): [as the Doctor hits the controls with a rubber mallet to the rhythm] Hit me with your rhythm stick / Hit me
The Doctor: Aaaah!
Ian Dury (recording): Hit me / Das ist gute, ce fantastique
[the TARDIS lands with a thud, stopping the music and throwing Rose and the Doctor laughing onto their backs]
Rose Tyler: Ooh!
The Doctor: Ha ha ha ha ha! 1979! Hell of a year! China invades Vietnam.
The Doctor: [grabs his coat] "The Muppet Movie", *love* that film. Margaret Thatcher, urgh.
The Doctor: [puts coat on] Skylab falls to Earth, with a little help from me. Nearly took off my thumb.
The Doctor: [exits TARDIS] And I like my thumb; I need my thumb; I'm very attached to...
The Doctor: [rifles cock in their direction] ... my thumb.
[the Doctor and Rose raise surrender-hands]
The Doctor: *18*79. Same difference.

"Doctor Who: The Christmas Invasion (#2.0)" (2005)
The Doctor: [still recently regenerated] Am I... Ginger?
Rose: No, you're just sort of... brown.
The Doctor: Aww, I wanted to be ginger. I've never been ginger. And you, Rose Tyler, fat lot of good you were. You gave up on me. Ooh, that was rude. Is that the kind of man I am now? Am I rude? Rude and not ginger?

The Doctor: Now, first things first. Be honest, how do I look?
Rose Tyler: Uh... different.
The Doctor: Am I... ginger?
Rose Tyler: No, you're just sort of... brown.
The Doctor: Aw! I always wanted to be ginger!

Rose Tyler: [after checking the Doctor's heart-rate with a stethoscope] Both working...
Jackie Tyler: What d'you mean, both?
Rose Tyler: Well, he's got two hearts.
Jackie Tyler: Oh, don't be stupid.
Rose Tyler: He has!
Jackie Tyler: [pause] Anything else he's got two of?

[last lines]
Rose: So, where we gonna go first?
The Doctor: [pointing into the sky] Um. That way. No, hold on - that way.
Rose: That way?
The Doctor: Mmm?
Rose: [smiling] Yeah. That way.

The Doctor: [the TARDIS has just crash landed on earth and a newly regenerated Doctor appears from within. He is a bit disorientated after his transformation] Here we are then. London, Earth... Solar system. I did it.
[seeing Jackie and Mickey]
The Doctor: Jackie, Mickey, blimey! No, no, no, no. Hold on. Wait there. I've got something to say. There's something I had to tell you. Something important. What was it? No, hold on, hold on... Oh, I know! Merry Christmas.
[he suddenly passes out. Rose emerges from the TARDIS]
Rose Tyler: What happened? Is he all right?
Mickey Smith: I don't know. He just keeled over. But who is he? Where's the Doctor?
Rose Tyler: That's him, right in front of you. That's the Doctor.
Jackie Tyler: What do you mean that's the Doctor? Doctor who?

The Doctor: Now. First thing's first. Be honest. How do I look?
Rose Tyler: Different.
The Doctor: Good different or bad different?
Rose Tyler: Just different.
The Doctor: Am I... ginger?
Rose Tyler: No, you're sort of just... brown.
The Doctor: Aww, I wanted to be ginger. I've never been ginger! And you, Rose Tyler, fat lot of good you were, you gave up on me. Ooh, that's rude. Is that all I am now? Rude? Rude and not ginger?

Rose Tyler: [the Doctor defeated the Sycorax Leader] Couldn't have said it better. Bravo.
[rose helps the doctor put on his robe]
The Doctor: Not bad for a man in his Jimjames very Authur Dent,
[the doctor reaches in to his robe pocket]
The Doctor: but what have I got in here
[the doctor pulls out something]
The Doctor: a satsuma
[he looks at rose]
The Doctor: oh that friend of your mothers, but doesn't that just some up, you go through all the present and right there tucked in the back is one stupid little satsuma, who wants a satsuma for...
[the sycoras leader runs up behind him with his sword, the doctor throws the satsuma at the control button]
The Doctor: No second chances I'm that sort of a man.

Rose: I, um, I address the Sycorax, um, according to... Article 15 of the Shadow Proclamation. I command you to *leave* this world with all the authority of... the Slitheen Parliament of Raxacoricofallapatorious, and, um, the Gelth Confederacy, as, uh, sanctioned by the Mighty Jagrafess, and, ooh! the Daleks! Now *leave* this planet in *peace*! In peace.
[long pause]
Sycorax Leader: [laughs] Shoo gon gon flak shkee-re!
Alex: "You are very very funny."
Sycorax Leader: Shoo galeah shak sheefflik!
Alex: "And now you're going to die."

Sycorax Leader: If sho pa pass your planet ma we kas champion..."
Alex: [translating] "If this is the best your planet has for a champion..."
Sycorax Leader: Then your world will be gutted...
Alex: "Then your would will be gutted..."
Sycorax Leader, Alex: ...and your people enslaved.
Alex: Hold on, that's English.
Harriet Jones: He's talking English!
Rose: You're talking English.
Sycorax Leader: I would never dirty my tongue with your primitive bile!
Rose: That's English. Can you hear English?
Harriet Jones: Yes.
Mickey Smith: Yeah, that's English.
Alex: Definitely English.
Sycorax Leader: [yelling] I speak only Sycoraxic!

The Doctor: Answer me honestly. Am I ginger?
Rose Tyler: No, you're just kinda... brown.
The Doctor: Aww, I wanted to be ginger!

"Doctor Who: World War Three (#1.5)" (2005)
Slitheen: Who are you, if not human?
Harriet Jones: Who's not human?
Rose Tyler: He's not human.
Harriet Jones: He's not human?
The Doctor: Can I have a bit of hush?
Harriet Jones: Sorry.
The Doctor: [to Slitheen]
The Doctor: So what's the plan?
Harriet Jones: [in soft voice, to Rose] But he's got a Northern accent!
Rose Tyler: [just as soft] Lots of planets have a North.
The Doctor: I said hush!

The Doctor: [talking about firing a missile at 10 Downing street] That's the thing. If I don't dare, everyone dies.
Rose Tyler: Do it.
The Doctor: You don't even know what it is. You'd just let me?
Rose Tyler: Yeah.
Jackie Tyler: Please, Doctor, please, she's my daughter, she's just a kid.
The Doctor: Do you think I don't know that? 'Cause this is my life, Jackie - it's not fun, it's not smart, it's just standing up and making a decision because nobody else will.
Rose Tyler: Then what are you waiting for?
The Doctor: I could save the world but lose you.

The Doctor: [Looking at the huge back-pack Rose is carrying] Got enough stuff?
Rose Tyler: The first time I stepped in there it was spur of the moment.
[tosses the back-pack at the Doctor, which he's forced to catch]
Rose Tyler: Now I'm signing up.
[pointing at him]
Rose Tyler: You're stuck with me. Hah!

The Doctor: Right! If we're gonna find their weakness we need to know where they're from. Which planet. So judging by their body shape that narrows it down to about 5,000 planets in travelling distance. Now what else do we know? Information!
Rose Tyler: They're green.
The Doctor: Yep, Narrows it down.
Rose Tyler: Good sense of smell.
The Doctor: Narrows it down.
Rose Tyler: They can smell adrenaline.
The Doctor: Narrows it down.
Harriet Jones: The pig technology.
The Doctor: Narrows it down.
Rose Tyler: The spaceship in the Thames; you said slipstream engine.
The Doctor: Narrows it down.
Mickey Smith: [cut to Mickey facing the door; Sip Slitheen knocks out the mail slot] It's getting in!
[see Sip cutting through the door with his claw]
Rose Tyler: They hunt like it's a ritual.
The Doctor: Narrows it down.
Rose Tyler: Wait a minute! Did you notice when they fart, if you'll pardon the word, it doesn't just smell like a fart, if you'll pardon the word, it's something else. What is it? It's more like, um...
Rose Tyler: Bad breath.
Harriet Jones: That's it!
The Doctor: Calcium decay. Now that Narrows it down!
Rose Tyler: We're getting there, Mum!
Mickey Smith: Too late!
[Sip Slitheen growls, see the door cracking apart]
The Doctor: Calcium phosphate. Organic calcium. Living calcium. Creatures made out of living calcium. What else - what else? Hyphenated surnames. Yes! That narrows it down to one planet! Raxacoricofallapatorius!
Mickey Smith: [sarcastically] Oh yeah, great! We can write 'em a letter.

Rose Tyler: Don't you think we should run?

The Doctor: Fascinating history, Downing Street. 2000 years ago, this was marshland. 1730, it was occupied by a Mister Chicken - he was a nice man - 1796, this was the Cabinet Room. If the Cabinet was in session, and in danger, these were about the four safest walls in the whole of Great Britain. End of Lesson.
[hits a switch, activating steel safety doors]
The Doctor: Installed in 1991, 3 inches of steel lining every single wall. They'll never get in.
Rose Tyler: But how do we get out?
The Doctor: [nods] Ah.

Jackie Tyler: What does he eat?
Rose Tyler: How do you mean?
Jackie Tyler: I was going to do Shepherd's Pie. All of us. Proper sit-down. 'Cause...
[clears throat]
Jackie Tyler: I'm ready to listen. I want to learn about you and him and that life you lead. Only, I don't know, he's an alien! For all I know, he eats grass and safety pins and things.
Rose Tyler: He'll have Shepherd's Pie.
Rose Tyler: You're going to cook for him?
Jackie Tyler: What's wrong with that?
Rose Tyler: He's finally met his match.

Rose Tyler: [phone rings; display reads 'TARDIS Calling'] Hello?
The Doctor: Right. I'll be a couple of hours, and then we can go.
Rose Tyler: You've got a phone?
The Doctor: You think I can travel through space and time and haven't got a phone?
The Doctor: Like I said, couple of hours - I've just got to send out this dispersal - there ya go - that's canceling out the Slitheen's advert in case any bargain hunters turn up.
Rose Tyler: Um... my mother's cooking.
The Doctor: Good! Put her on a slow heat and let it simmer.
Rose Tyler: She's cooking tea. For us.
The Doctor: I don't do that.
Rose Tyler: She wants to get to know you.
The Doctor: Tough. I've got better things to do.
Rose Tyler: It's just tea.
The Doctor: Not to me it isn't.
Rose Tyler: She's my mother.
The Doctor: She's not mine!
Rose Tyler: That's not fair!
The Doctor: Well, you can stay there if you want. But right now there's this plasma storm brewing in the Horsehead Nebula. Fires are burning, ten million miles wide. I could fly the Tardis right into the heart of it, then ride the shock wave all the way out. Hurtle right across the sky, and end up anywhere. Your choice.

Rose Tyler: My mum's cooking.
The Ninth Doctor: Good! Put her on a slow heat and let her simmer.

"Doctor Who: New Earth (#2.1)" (2006)
Rose: I don't care, *just do something*!
Cassandra (in the Doctor's body): Oh, I'm so gonna regret this!
[she leaves him and enters an infected woman's body]
Cassandra (in the woman's body): Oh, sweet lord! I look disgusting!

Cassandra (in the Doctor's body): Well... this is... different...
Rose: Cassandra?
Cassandra (in the Doctor's body): Goodness me, I'm a man. Yum. So many parts. And hardly used.
[starts jerking around]
Cassandra (in the Doctor's body): Ah, ah! Two hearts! Oh baby, I'm beating out a samba!
Rose: Get out of him!
Cassandra (in the Doctor's body): Ooh, he's slim... and a little bit foxy. You thought so too; I've been inside your head. You've been looking. You *like* it.

Rose: What about the skin? I saw it. You... you got ripped apart!
Cassandra: That piece of skin was from the front of my body. This piece is the back.
Rose: Haha, right, so you're talking outta your...
Cassandra: Ask not!

The Doctor: Ward 26. And watch out for the disinfectant.
Rose: Watch out for what?
The Doctor: The *disinfectant*!
Rose: The what?
The Doctor: *The disin... * - oh, you'll find out.

Rose: Oh, I love this! Can I just say, traveling with you... I love it.
The Doctor: Me too.

The Doctor: So the year five billion, the sun expands, the earth gets roasted...
Rose: That was our first date.
The Doctor: We had chips!

Cassandra: This is destiny. At last I can be revenged on that little b...
Rose: [to Doctor] Bit rich, coming from you.

The Doctor: That's the city of New New York.
Rose Tyler: No, seriously?
The Doctor: Well, technically it's the 15th city with that name, so it'd be New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New York.
Rose Tyler: [laughs] You're so... different.
The Doctor: I'm the new new doctor.

Rose: Don't you come anywhere near me, Cassandra.
Cassandra: Why? What do you think I'm going to do? Flap you to death?

"Doctor Who: School Reunion (#2.3)" (2006)
Rose Tyler: [referring to K-9] Why does it looked so... disco?
The Doctor: Oi! Listen, in the year 5000 this was cutting edge!

Sarah Jane Smith: You can tell you're getting older, your assistants are getting younger.
Rose Tyler: I'm not his assistant.
Sarah Jane Smith: No?
[to the Doctor]
Sarah Jane Smith: Get you, tiger.

The Doctor: They're Krillitanes!
Rose Tyler: And is that bad?
The Doctor: Very. Think how bad things could possibly be, then add another suitcase of bad.

Rose Tyler: I've been to the year five million, but this, this is really seeing the future- you just leave us behind! Is that what you're going to do to me?
The Doctor: No. Not you.
Rose Tyler: But, Sarah Jane- you were that close to her once, and now... you never even mention her. Why not?
The Doctor: I don't age. I regenerate. But humans decay. You wither and you die. Imagine watching that happen to someone you...
Rose Tyler: What, Doctor?
The Doctor: You can spend the rest of your life with me. But I can't spend the rest of mine with you. I have to live on, alone. That's the curse of the Timelords.

Rose Tyler: They're rats! Vacuum packed rats!
The Doctor: [to Mickey] And you decided to scream.
Mickey Smith: It took me by surprise!
The Doctor: Like a little girl!
Mickey Smith: It was dark, I was covered in rats!
The Doctor: Nine, maybe ten years old. I'm seeing pigtails and a frilly skirt.

Mickey Smith: You see, what's impressive is we met her nearly an hour ago and I still haven't said "I told you so" yet.
Rose Tyler: I'm not listening to this.
Mickey Smith: Though I have prepared a little "I was right" dance which I can show you later.

Sarah Jane Smith: [Sarah Jane and Rose are once again squabbling over the Doctor] I had NO trouble with space-stuff. I've seen things you wouldn't believe!
Rose Tyler: Try me!
Sarah Jane Smith: Mummies!
Rose Tyler: I've met ghosts.
Sarah Jane Smith: Robots, lots of robots!
Rose Tyler: Slitheen, IN Downing Street!
Sarah Jane Smith: Daleks!
Rose Tyler: Met the Emperor.
Sarah Jane Smith: Anti Matter Monsters!
Rose Tyler: Gas Mask Zombies!
Sarah Jane Smith: Real life Dinosaurs!
Rose Tyler: Real life Werewolf!
Rose Tyler: Seriously?

Rose Tyler: What do I do? Do I stay with him?
Sarah Jane Smith: Yes, some things are worth getting your heart broken for.

Rose Tyler: With you, did he do that thing where he'd explain something at like, 90 miles an hour, and you'd go "What?", and he'd look at you like you've just dribbled on your shirt?
Sarah Jane Smith: All the time!
Sarah Jane Smith: Does he still stroke bits of the TARDIS?
Rose Tyler: [giggling] Yes, he does! I'm like "do you two want to be alone"?
Rose Tyler, Sarah Jane Smith: [both crack up laughing]
The Doctor: [walks into the lab] How's it going?
Rose Tyler, Sarah Jane Smith: [burst out hysterically laughing]
The Doctor: What? Listen, I need to figure out what's programmed inside these?
Rose Tyler, Sarah Jane Smith: [still laughing, Rose points at him]
The Doctor: What?
The Doctor: Stop it!

"Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts (#2.12)" (2006)
Rose Tyler: [entering the TARDIS] According to the paper they've elected a ghost as MP for Leeds. Now don't tell me you're going to sit back and do nothing.
[the Doctor suddenly appears from just below the console. He's wearing an odd looking backpack]
The Doctor: [in a funny voice] Who ya gonna call!
Rose Tyler: Ghostbusters!
The Doctor: I ain't afraid of no ghost!

The Doctor: Oh, well there goes the advantage of surprise. Still! Cuts to the chase. Stay in here, look after Jackie.
Rose Tyler: I'm not looking after my mum!
The Doctor: Well you brought her!
Jackie Tyler: I was kidnapped!
Rose Tyler: Doctor, they've got guns.
The Doctor: And I haven't. Which makes me the better person, don't you think? They can shoot me dead, but the moral high-ground is mine.

Rose Tyler: Doctor, they've got guns.
The Doctor: And I haven't! Which makes me the better person, don't you think? They can shoot me dead, but the moral high ground is mine!

Mickey Smith: Those aren't Cybermen.
[Daleks begin to fly out of the sphere]
Rose Tyler: Oh my God!
Dalek: Location: Earth.
Supreme Dalek: Life forms detected! Exterminate! Exterminate! EXTERMINATE!

Rose Tyler: Planet Earth. This is where I was born. And this is where I died. For the first nineteen years of my life nothing happened. Nothing at all. Not ever. And then I met a man called The Doctor. A man who could change his face. And he took me away from home in his magical machine. He showed me the whole of time and space. I thought it would never end. That's what I thought. But then came the Army of Ghosts, then came Torchwood and the war. And that's when it all ended. This is the story of how I died.

Rose Tyler: The first nineteen years of my life, nothing happened. Nothing at all, not ever. And then I met a man called the Doctor. A man who could change his face. He took me away from home in his magical machine. He showed me the whole of time and space. I thought it would never end.

Rose Tyler: Doctor, they've got guns.
The Doctor: And I haven't, which makes me the better person, don't you think? They can shoot me dead, but the moral high ground is mine.

The Doctor: Oh, all right it was worth a try. That's... that's Rose Tyler.
Rose Tyler: Sorry. Hello.
Yvonne Hartman: But if that's Rose Tyler, who is she?
Jackie Tyler: I'm her mother.
Yvonne Hartman: [addressing Doctor] Oh, you travel with her mother?
Jackie Tyler: He kidnapped me!
Yvonne Hartman: [to Yvonne] Please, when Torchwood comes to write my complete history... Don't tell people I traveled through time and space with her mother.
Jackie Tyler: [scoffs] Charming.
The Doctor: I've got a reputation to uphold!

"Doctor Who: The Parting of the Ways (#1.13)" (2005)
The Doctor: [hologram, speaking towards the console] This is Emergency Programme One. Rose, now listen, this is important. If this message is activated, then it can only mean one thing: we must be in danger, and I mean fatal. I'm dead, or about to die any second with no chance of escape.
Rose Tyler: No!
The Doctor: And that's OK, I hope it's a good death. But I promised to look after you, and that's what I'm doin'. The TARDIS is takin' you home.
Rose Tyler: I won't let you.
The Doctor: And I bet you're fussing and moaning now, typical. But hold on, and just listen a bit more. The TARDIS can never return for me. Emergency Programme One means I'm facing an enemy that should never get their hands on this machine. So this is what you should do: let the TARDIS die. Just let this old box gather dust. No one can open it, no one will even notice it. Let it become a strange little thing standing on a street corner. And over the years, the world will move on, and the box will be buried. And if you wanna remember me, then you can do one thing. That's all, one thing.
The Doctor: [hologram turns to face Rose, and with a full voice] Have a good life. Do that for me, Rose. Have a fantastic life.

Emperor Dalek: We waited here in the dark space, damaged but rebuilding. Centuries passed and we quietly infiltrated the systems of Earth, harvesting the waste of humanity: the prisoners, the refugees, the dispossessed; they all came to us. The bodies were filleted, pulped, sifted. The seed of the human race is perverted. Only one cell in a billion was fit to be nurtured.
The Doctor: So you created an army of Daleks out of the dead.
Rose Tyler: That makes them, half human.
Emperor Dalek: [shouts] Those words are blasphemy!
Dalek #1: Do not blaspheme!
Dalek #2: Do not blaspheme! Do not blaspheme!
Emperor Dalek: Everything human has been purged. I cultivated pure and blessed Dalek.
The Doctor: Since when did the Daleks have a concept of blasphemy?

The Doctor: What have you done?
Rose Tyler: I looked into the TARDIS and the TARDIS looked into me.
The Doctor: You looked into the time vortex, Rose, nobody is supposed to see that!
Emperor Dalek: This is the abomination!
Dalek: Exterminate!
[Dalek shoots at her with its laser, but Rose lifts up her hand and stops it, reversing it back into the Dalek, the Doctor looks on in surprise]
Rose Tyler: I am the Bad Wolf. I create myself. I take the words...
[Rose lifts her hand and takes the words from the Bad Wolf Corporation sign]
Rose Tyler: ...I scatter them, in time and space.
[the words float off away from them]
Rose Tyler: A message, to lead myself here.
The Doctor: Rose, you've got to stop this, you've got to stop this now! You've got the entire vortex running through your head! You're gonna burn!
Rose Tyler: I want you safe, my Doctor. Protected from the false God.
Emperor Dalek: You cannot hurt me. I am immortal.
Rose Tyler: You are tiny. I can see the whole of time and space, every single atom of your existence, and I divide them.
[Rose lifts her hand again, the Dalek that tried to shoot her disappears in an explosion of golden dust]
Rose Tyler: Everything must come to dust. All things, everything dies.

Rose Tyler: The time war ends.
Emperor Dalek: I will not die! I cannot diieee!
[we see Rose's eyes light up, and the Dalek Emperor and his entire fleet disappear in an explosion of golden dust]
The Doctor: Rose, you've done it, now stop.
[Rose stares straight ahead]
The Doctor: Just let go.
Rose Tyler: How can I let go of this? I bring life.
[we see Jack start breathing again and open his eyes]
The Doctor: But this is wrong! You can't control life and death!
Rose Tyler: But I can. The sun and the moon, the day and night... but why do they hurt?
[she is crying]
The Doctor: The power's gonna kill you and it's my fault!
Rose Tyler: I can see everything... all that is... all that was... all that ever could be.
The Doctor: [stands up] But that's what *I* see. All the time. And doesn't it drive you mad?
Rose Tyler: [Rose nods, barely able to speak] My head...
The Doctor: Come here.
Rose Tyler: killing me.
The Doctor: I think you need a Doctor.
[He leans down and kisses her, and the golden light transfers from her to him through their lips]

The Doctor: Rose Tyler. I was gonna take you to so many places. Barcelona. Not the city Barcelona, the planet Barcelona. You'll love it, fantastic place, they've got dogs with no noses!
The Doctor: Imagine how many times a day you end up telling that joke, and it's still funny!
Rose Tyler: Then, why can't we go?
The Doctor: Maybe you will, and maybe I will, but not like this.
Rose Tyler: [standing up] You're not making sense.
The Doctor: I might never make sense again! I might have two heads! Or no head! Imagine me with no head - and don't say that's an improvement.
[Rose smiles]
The Doctor: But it's a bit dodgy, this process.
[her smile fades]
The Doctor: You never know what you're gonna end up with.
[a flash of light and the Doctor doubles over in pain]
Rose Tyler: Doctor!
The Doctor: Stay away!
Rose Tyler: Doctor, tell me what's going on.
The Doctor: I absorbed all the energy of the time vortex and no one's meant to do that. Every cell in my body's dying.
Rose Tyler: Can't you do something?
The Doctor: Yeah, I'm doing it now... Time Lords have this little trick, it's sort of a way of cheating death, except, it means I'm gonna change. And I'm not gonna see you again, not like this, not with this daft old face. And before I go...
Rose Tyler: Don't say that!
The Doctor: Rose, before I go I just wanna tell you - you were fantastic... absolutely fantastic... and d'you know what?
[Rose shakes her head]
The Doctor: So was I.
[they both smile at each other for the last time before he is engulfed in light]

Dalek #1: You know The Doctor. You understand him. You will predict his actions.
Rose: I don't know! And even if I did I wouldn't tell ya.
Dalek #1: Predict! Predict!
Dalek #1: Predict!
Dalek #2: TARDIS detected, in-flight.
Dalek #1: Launch missiles. Exterminate!
Rose: You can't! The TARDIS hasn't got any defences, you're gonna kill him!
Dalek #1: You have predicted correctly!

Rose Tyler: You don't just give up. You don't just let things happen. You make a stand. You say "no"! You have the guts to do what's right when everyone else just runs away!

Emperor Dalek: We have your associate. You will obey, or she will be exterminated.
The Doctor: No.
Emperor Dalek: Explain yourself.
The Doctor: I said "no."
Emperor Dalek: What is the meaning of this negative?
The Doctor: It means "no."
Emperor Dalek: But she will be destroyed.
The Doctor: No! Because this is what I'm gonna do - I'm gonna rescue her. I'm gonna save Rose Tyler from the middle of the Dalek fleet. And then, I'm gonna save the Earth. And then, just to finish off, I'm gonna wipe every last stinking Dalek outta the sky!
Emperor Dalek: But you have no weapons, no defenses, no plan.
The Doctor: Yeah, and doesn't that just scare you to death? Rose!
Rose Tyler: [on monitor] Yes, Doctor?
The Doctor: I'm coming to get you.
[turns off signal with sonic screwdriver]

"Doctor Who: The Satan Pit (#2.9)" (2006)
Rose: It said I would die in battle.
The Doctor: Then it lied.

Toby: [possessed by the Beast] I shall never die! The thought of me is forever, in the bleeding hearts of men, in their vanity and obsessions and lust! Nothing shall ever destroy me! Nothing!
Rose: Go to hell.

The Beast: [in the possesed body of Toby Zed] I am the rage and the vile and the voracity. I am the Prince and the Fallen. I am the Enemy, I am the Sin and the fear and darkness. I shall never die. The thought of me is forever; in the bleeding hearts of men, in their vanity and obsecrate and lust. Nothing shall ever destroy me. Nothing!
Rose Tyler: [Rose picks up a bolt gun and prepares to shoot the cockpit's front window] Go to Hell.
[she fires, the window brakes and then she unbuckles the seatbelt were the possesed Toby is sitting in. The Beast gets sucked out into the K37 Gem 5 black hole and screams in agony]

The Doctor: You can't have come from before the universe. That's impossible.
The Beast: Is that YOUR religion?
The Doctor: It's a belief.
The Beast: You know nothing. ALL of you. So small.
[about Zack]
The Beast: The captain, so scared of command.
[about Jefferson]
The Beast: The soldier, haunted by the eyes of his wife.
[about Ida]
The Beast: The scientist, still running from Daddy.
[about Danny]
The Beast: The little boy who lied.
[about Toby]
The Beast: The virgin.
[focuses on Rose]
The Beast: And the lost girl, so far away from home. The valiant child, who will die in battle so very soon...
Rose: [terrified] Doctor, what does that mean?
The Doctor: Rose, don't listen.
Rose: What does it mean?
The Beast: You will die; and I will live.

The Beast: [lights are all turned off] This is the darkness. This is my domain. You little things that live in the light, clinging to your feeble suns, which die in the end...
Zachary Cross Flane: That's not the ood. Somehing's talking through them.
The Beast: ...only the darkness remains.
Zachary Cross Flane: This is Zachary Cross Flane of Sanctuary Base 6 representing the Torchwood Archive. You will identify yourself.
The Beast: You know my name.
Zachary Cross Flane: What do you want?
The Beast: You will die here, all of you. This planet is your grave.
The Doctor: If you are the Beast, then answer me this: Which one, hmm. Because the universe has been busy since you've been gone. These's more religions than there are planets in the sky. There's the Arkaphets, Christianity, Pash-Pash, New Judaism, San Claar, Church of the Tin Vagabond, which devil are you?
The Beast: All of them!
The Doctor: Then you're... what? The truth behind the myth?
The Beast: This one knows me, as I know him: the killer of his own kind.
The Doctor: [pause] How did you end up on this rock?
The Beast: The Disciples of the Light rose up against me and chained me in the pit for all eternity.
The Doctor: When was this?
The Beast: Before time.
The Doctor: What does "Before time" mean?
The Beast: Before time and light and space and matter. Before the calaclysm. Before this universe was created.
The Doctor: That's impossible. No life could have existed back then.
The Beast: Is that your religion?
The Doctor: [pause] It's a belief.
The Beast: You know nothing. All of you, so small.
[to Zach]
The Beast: The captain, so scared of command.
[to Jefferson]
The Beast: The soldier, haunted by the eyes of his wife.
[to Ida]
The Beast: The scientist, still running from daddy.
[to Danny]
The Beast: The little boy who lied.
[to Toby]
The Beast: The virgin.
[to Rose]
The Beast: And the lost girl, so far away from home. The valiant child, who will die in battle, so very soon.
Rose: Doctor, what does that mean?
The Doctor: Rose, don't listen.
Rose: What does it mean!
The Beast: You will die... and I will live!

Zachary Cross Flane: [after hearing that the Doctor fell down a pit and there is very little time left to escape the planet] We're leaving.
Rose: I'm not going.
Zachary Cross Flane: Rose, there's space for you.
Rose: No, I'm gonna wait for the Doctor, just like he'd wait for me.
Zachary Cross Flane: I'm sorry, but he's dead.
Rose: You don't know him.
[beginning to cry]
Rose: 'Cause he's not. I'm telling you, he's not. And even if he was, how could I leave him... all on his own, all the way down there? No, I'm... I'm gonna stay.
Zachary Cross Flane: Then I apologize for this.
[to his crew]
Zachary Cross Flane: Danny, Toby, make her secure.
Rose: [Struggling and hysterical as she is grabbed and sedated] No! No! No! Stop! No! Let me go! Get off me! I'm not leaving! No!
Zachary Cross Flane: [to the now unconscious Rose] I have lost too many people. I am not leaving you behind.

Danny Bartock: [as Rose wakes up from sedation] Captain, I think we're gonna have a problem passenger.
Zachary Cross Flane: Keep an eye on her.
Danny Bartock: It's all right, Rose. We're safe.
Rose: I'm not going anywhere! Get me out of this thing. Get me out!
Zachary Cross Flane: [as the rocket blasts off] And liftoff!
Rose: [Grabbing a gun and pointing it at the Captain] Take me back to the planet.
[No response]
Rose: Take me back!
Zachary Cross Flane: Or what?
Rose: [Quietly] Or I'll shoot.
Zachary Cross Flane: Would you, though? Would you really? Is that what your Doctor would want?
Rose: [slowly puts the gun down]

"Doctor Who: The Impossible Planet (#2.8)" (2006)
[first lines]
The Doctor: I don't know what's wrong with her. She's sort of queasy. Indigestion, like she didn't want to land.
Rose: [straight-faced] Oh, if you think there's gonna be trouble, we could always go back inside, and go somewhere else...
[Rose cracks up, and they laugh outrageously]

Rose: Can you build another Tardis?
The Doctor: They were grown, not built. And with my home planet gone... we're kind of stuck
Rose: Well, it could be worse; this lot said they'd give us a lift.
The Doctor: And then what?
Rose: I don't know. Find a planet, get a job, live a life, same as the rest of the universe.
The Doctor: I'll have to settle down. With a house or something - a proper house with... with, with doors and things - carpets! Me! Living in a house!... Now that, that - that is terrifying.
Rose: You'd have to get a mortgage!
The Doctor: No!
Rose: Oh yes!
The Doctor: No, I'm dying, that's it, it is all over.
Rose: What about me? I'd have to get one too!
Rose: I don't know, we could have the same one, we could both... I don't know, share... or not. Whatever. I don't know, all sorts of...
The Doctor: Anyway
Rose: We'll see
The Doctor: [pause] I promised Jackie I'd always take you back home
Rose: Everyone leaves home in the end.
The Doctor: Not to end up stuck here.
Rose: Yeah, but stuck with you - that's not so bad.
The Doctor: Yeah?
Rose: Yes.

The Doctor: There we go, d'you see? To generate that gravity field and the funnel, you'd need a power source with an inverted self-extrapolating reflex of six to the power of six every six seconds.
Rose: That's all the sixes.
The Doctor: And it's impossible.
Zachary Cross Flane: It took us two years to work that out!
The Doctor: I'm very good.

The Ood: The Beast and his armies will rise from the pit to make war against God.
Rose: I'm sorry?
The Ood: [whacks communication sphere] Apologies. I said: I hope you enjoy your meal.

Rose: [speaking to an Ood who is serving supper] I had that job once, I was a dinner lady. Not that I'm calling you a lady.
Rose: Although I don't know, you might be.
[the Ood blinks uncomprehendingly]

Rose Tyler: It's funny... 'cause people back home think that space travel's gonna be all whizzing about... teleports and antigravity... but it's not is it? It's tough.

Rose Tyler: But... if there's no atmosphere out there, what's that?
Ida Scott: Storms breaking up... gas clouds... we have whole solar systems being ripped apart above our heads, before falling into that thing
[black hole]
Rose Tyler: So a bit worse than a storm, then?
Ida Scott: Just a bit.

"Doctor Who: The Long Game (#1.7)" (2005)
Rose Tyler: I'll let the Doctor describe it.
The Doctor: The Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire. Planet Earth is at its height, covered with megacities, five moons, population 96 billion, the centre of a galactic domain that stretches across a million planets and species.
[Adam faints]
The Doctor: He's your boyfriend.
Rose Tyler: Not any more.

Rose Tyler: Well, you're not a Jagrafess. You're human.
The Editor: Yes, but being human doesn't pay very well.

The Editor: It may interest you to know that this isn't actually the Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire. It's merely a place where humans happen to live...
[a loud alien growling interrupts]
The Editor: Sorry... It's a place where humans are allowed to live by kind permission of my client.
[the Editor points upwards. Rose and The Doctor look up to see a gigantic mass on the ceiling, which screams, showing large pointed teeth]
Rose Tyler: What is that?
The Doctor: You mean that thing's in charge of Satellite Five?
The Editor: 'That thing', as you put it, is in charge of the human race. For almost a hundred years, mankind has been shaped and guided, his knowledge and ambitions strictly controlled by its broadcast news, edited by my superior, your master and humanity's guiding light, The Mighty Jagrafess of the Holy Hadrojassic Maxarodenfoe.
The Editor: I call him Max.

Adam Mitchell: Maybe I could just go and sit on the observation desk. Would that be alright? Soak it in. Y'know, pretend I'm a citizen of the year two hundred thousand.
Rose Tyler: D'you want me to come with you?
Adam Mitchell: No, no. You stick with the Doctor.
Adam Mitchell: You'd rather be with him.
Adam Mitchell: It's gonna take a better man than me to get between you two.

The Doctor: [the Doctor, Rose and Adam watch as news is gathered through Cathica] Compressed information. Streaming into her. Reports from every city, every country, every planet. And they all get packaged inside her head. She becomes part of the software. Her brain is the computer.
Rose Tyler: If it all goes through her, she must be a genius.
The Doctor: Nah, she wouldn't remember it. It's too much. Her head would blow up. The brain's the processor. As soon as it closes, she forgets.
Rose Tyler: [indicating Suki and the others] So, what about all these people round the edge?
The Doctor: They've all got tiny little chips in their head connecting them to her and they... transmit. Six hundred channels. Every single fact in the Empire beams out of this place. Now, that's what I call power.

Rose Tyler: That's what comes of showing off; your history's not as good as you think.
The Doctor: My history is perfect.
Rose Tyler: Well, obviously not.

Rose Tyler: [to the Doctor] You're gonna get a smack you are!

"Doctor Who: Fear Her (#2.11)" (2006)
[Rose spots a cat while she and the Doctor are in the street]
Rose: [Kneeling down to stroke it] Aren't you a beautiful boy!
The Doctor: [has his back to Rose and thinks that Rose is talking to him] Thanks. I've been experimenting with back-combing... oh.
[the Doctor sees Rose stroking the cat and gives the feline a uncomfortable look. Rose notices this]
Rose: [looking at the Doctor] What?
The Doctor: No, I'm not really a cat person. Once you've been threatened by one in a nuns wimple, kind of takes the joy out of it.

[last lines]
The Doctor: There's something in the air, there's something coming.
Rose: What?
[fireworks explode overhead]
The Doctor: A storm's approaching.

Rose Tyler: So, near future, yea?
The Doctor: I had a passing fancy, only it didn't pass, it stopped.

Rose Tyler: So, near future, yea?
The Doctor: I had passing fancy, only it didn't pass, it stopped.

Rose: What now?
The Doctor: I want to go to the games; that's what we came for!
Rose: Go on... give us a clue. Which events do we do well in?
The Doctor: Alright, well I'll tell you this: Papua New Guinea surprises everyone in the shot put.

Kel: What is it?
Rose: It's a spaceship! Not a council spaceship, I'm afraid.

"Doctor Who: Bad Wolf (#1.12)" (2005)
The Anne Droid: So, Rose, what do you actually do?
Rose Tyler: I just travel about a bit. Bit of a tourist,
Rose Tyler: I suppose.
The Anne Droid: Another way of saying unemployed?
Rose Tyler: No.
The Anne Droid: Have you got a job?
Rose Tyler: [sounding less confident] Well, not really, no.
The Anne Droid: Then you *are* unemployed. And yet you've still got enough money to buy peroxide.

Dalek: It is the Doctor. He has located us. Open communications channel!
Dalek: The female will stand! Stand!
[the screen comes up]
Dalek: I will talk to the Doctor.
The Doctor: Oh, will you? That's nice. Hello!
Dalek: The Dalek stratagem nears completion. The fleet is almost ready. You will not intervene.
The Doctor: Oh, really? Why's that then?
Dalek: We have your associate. You will obey or she will be exterminated.
The Doctor: No.
[everyone looks at The Doctor, stunned]
Dalek: Explain yourself.
The Doctor: I said no.
Dalek: What is the meaning of this negative?
The Doctor: It means no!
Dalek: But she will be destroyed!
The Doctor: *No*! 'Cause this is what I'm gonna do - I'm gonna rescue her! I'm gonna save Rose Tyler from the middle of the Dalek fleet, and then I'm gonna save the Earth, and *then* - just to finish you off - I'm gonna wipe every last stinking Dalek out of the sky!
Dalek: But you have no weapons, no defences, no *plan*!
The Doctor: Yeah, and doesn't that scare you to death?
[to Rose]
The Doctor: Rose?
Rose: Yes, Doctor?
The Doctor: I'm coming to get you.

Rose: [Leans towards Rodrick's podium] But I'm not supposed to be here!
Rodrick: [Pushes Rose back] Just shut up and play the game!
Rose: Alright then, what the hell. I'm gonna play to win!

The Anne Droid: Rose, in the holovid series Jupiter Rising, the Grexnik is married to whom?
Rose Tyler: [laughing hysterically] How should I know?

Rose Tyler: Colleen was clever, she banked all our money, why'd you vote for her?
Rodrick: 'Cause I want to keep you in. You're stupid. You don't even know the Princess Vossaheen's surname. When it comes to the final, I want to be up against you. So you get disintegrated and I get a stackload of credits. Courtesy of the Bad Wolf Corporation.
Rose Tyler: What do you mean? Who's Bad Wolf?
Rodrick: They're in charge, they run the game station.
Rose Tyler: What are they called Bad Wolf?
Rodrick: I don't know, it's just a name. It's like an Old Earth nursery rhyme sort of thing.

"Doctor Who: The Stolen Earth (#4.12)" (2008)
[last lines; the Doctor is struggling to get up]
Captain Jack Harkness: [taking Rose away] Here we go. Good luck, Doctor.
Donna Noble: Will somebody tell me what's going on?
Rose Tyler: When he's dying... his body... it repairs itself. It changes... but you can't?
The Doctor: I'm sorry, it's too late. I'm regenerating.
[the Doctor begins to regenerate]

Rose Tyler: Have you got a webcam?
Wilfred Mott: [points to Sylvia] No, she won't let me. She told me they're naughty.

[Rose cradles the Doctor, who has just been shot by a Dalek]
The Doctor: Hi, you. Long time no see!
Rose Tyler: Yeah, well, I've been busy!

Rose Tyler: D'ya like my gun?

"Doctor Who: The Idiot's Lantern (#2.7)" (2006)
The Doctor: Lost them. How could they get away from us?
Rose: I'm surprised they didn't turn back and arrest you for reckless driving. Have you actually passed your test?
The Doctor: Men in black? Vanishing police cars? This is Churchill's England, not Stalin's Russia!

Rose, The Doctor: Hi!
Eddie: Who are you then?
The Doctor: Let's see then, judging by the look of you, family man, nice house, decent wage, fought in the war, therefore I represent Queen and country! Just doing a little check of her forthcoming Majesty's subjects before the great day. Don't mind if we come in? Nah, didn't think you did.

Eddie: Don't mind the wife, she rattles on a bit.
The Doctor: Well maybe she should rattle on a bit more. I'm not convinced you're doing your patriotic duty. Those flags. Why are they not flying?
Eddie: There we are Rita, I told you. Get them up, Queen and country!
Rita: I'm sorry.
Eddie: Get it done. Do it now.
The Doctor: Hold on a minute.
Eddie: Like the gentleman says.
The Doctor: Hold on a minute. You've got hands, Mr Connolly. Two big hands. So why's that your wifes job?
Eddie: Well it's housework, isn't it?
The Doctor: And that's a womans job?
Eddie: Course it is!
The Doctor: Mr Connolly, what gender is the Queen?
Eddie: She's a female.
The Doctor: And are you suggesting the Queen does the housework?
Eddie: No! No, not at all.
The Doctor: Then get busy!
Eddie: Right, yes sir. You'll be proud of us sir. We'll have Union Jacks left, right, and centre.
Rose: 'Scuse me Mr Connolly, hang on a minute. Union Jacks?
Eddie: Yes, that's right, isn't it?
Rose: That's the Union Flag. It's the Union Jack only when it's flown at sea.
Eddie: Oh. Oh, I'm sorry. I... I do apologise.
Rose: Well, don't get it wrong again. There's a good man, now get to it!
The Doctor: Right then! Nice and comfy, at Her Majesty's Leisure.
[to Rose]
The Doctor: Union Flag?
Rose: Mum went out with a sailor.
The Doctor: Oh, I bet she did.

Eddie: You! Get the hell out of my house!
Rose: I'm going, I'm done! Nice to meet you Tommy. Mrs Connolly. And as for you Mr Connolly, only an idiot hangs the Union Flag upside down. Shame on you!

"Doctor Who: Love & Monsters (#2.10)" (2006)
Rose Tyler: You upset my mum.
Elton Pope: Right. Big absorbing alien over there, and you're having a go at me?

Rose Tyler: [Rose splashes water from a blue bucket onto an alien and nothing happens] You said the blue bucket!
The Doctor: I said *not* blue!

[the Abzorbaloff is about to absorb Elton when the TARDIS appears in front of them]
The Doctor: [Exits the TARDIS and addresses Elton] Someone wants a word with you.
[Rose exits the TARDIS]
Rose Tyler: [annoyed] You upset my mum.
Elton Pope: [confused, nods at Abzorbaloff] Great, big, absorbing creature from outer space and you're having a go at me?
Rose Tyler: No one upsets my mum!

"Doctor Who: The Age of Steel (#2.6)" (2006)
Jake Simmonds: [on seeing humans walking in a hypnotic state] What the hell?
Rose Tyler: What's going on?
The Doctor: It's the earpods. Lumic's taken control.
Rose Tyler: Can't you just... I don't know, take them off?
The Doctor: Don't! You'll cause a brainstorm. Human race, you're such an intelligent lot. You aren't half susceptible. Give anyone a chance to take control and you submit. Sometimes I think you like it, easy life.

[Mickey is flying a zeppelin]
Rose Tyler: [through a walkie talkie] Mickey, where did you learn to fly that thing?
Mickey Smith: Playstation.

Rose Tyler: [sees Mickey in the zepplin] Mickey, where did you learn to fly that thing?
Mickey Smith: Playstation.

"Doctor Who: Journey's End (#4.13)" (2008)
Davros: The man who abhors violence, never carrying a gun, but this is the truth, Doctor: you take ordinary people and you fashion them into weapons... behold your Children of Time, transformed into murderers. I made the Daleks, Doctor, you made this.
The Doctor: I'm trying to help.
Davros: Already I have seen them sacrificed today, for their beloved Doctor. The Earth woman who fell opening the Sub Wave Network.
The Doctor: Who was that?
Rose Tyler: Harriet Jones. She gave her life to get you here.
[flashback of Harriet Jones]
Davros: How many more? Just think, how many have died in your name?
[more flashbacks of the people who have died helping The Doctor]
Davros: The Doctor, the man who keeps running, never looking back because he dare not, out of shame. This is my final victory, Doctor. I have shown you yourself.

Sarah Jane Smith: [to Rose while pushing a malfunctioning Dalek out of the way] Good seeing you again!
Rose Tyler: [helping Sarah Jane push] Yeah, you too!

[Rose and the Doctor, trapped in Davros' Vault, have just witnessed the "reality bomb" test]
Rose Tyler: Doctor, what happened?
Davros: Electrical energy, Miss Tyler. Every atom in existence is bound by an electrical field. The reality bomb cancels it out, structure falls apart. That test was focused on the prisoners alone. Full transmission will dissolve every form of matter.
Rose Tyler: The stars are going out...
The Doctor: The 27 planets... they become one vast transmitter, blasting that wavelength...
Davros: Across the entire universe, never stopping, never faltering, never fading. People and planets and stars will become dust. And the dust will become atoms and the atoms will become... nothing. And the wavelength will continue, breaking through the rift at the heart of the Medusa Cascade into every dimension, every parallel, every single corner of creation. *This* is my ultimate victory, Doctor! The destruction of reality *itself*!

"Doctor Who: Rise of the Cybermen (#2.5)" (2006)
Rose Tyler: [On the Cybermen] They're people?
The Doctor: They were. Now they've had all their humanity taken away. That's a living brain jammed inside a cybernetic body, with a heart of steel. All emotions removed.
Rose Tyler: Why no emotion?
The Doctor: Because it hurts.

The Doctor: So this is London?
Mickey Smith: Yep.
The Doctor: Your city?
Mickey Smith: That's the one.
The Doctor: Just as we left it?
Mickey Smith: Bang on.
The Doctor: [looking up] And that includes the zeppelins?
[They all look up and see lots of zeppelins moving throughout the sky]
Rose Tyler: Those are beautiful.
[looking around, we see zeppelins everywhere]
Mickey Smith: OK, so it's London with a big international zeppelin festival.
The Doctor: This is not your world.
Mickey Smith: But the date's the same.

Rose Tyler: [hugs Ricky] Oh my god, look at you! I thought I'd never see you again!
Ricky Smith: Yeah, no offense but who the hell are you?
Mickey Smith: Rose! That's not me. That's like, the other one.
The Doctor: Oh, as if things weren't bad enough, there's two Mickeys!

Doctor Who: Children in Need Special (2005) (TV)
Rose Tyler: [after the Doctor convinces her he's the same Doctor] Can you change back?
The Doctor: D'you want me to?
Rose Tyler: Yeah.
The Doctor: Oh.
Rose Tyler: Can you?
The Doctor: No.

The Doctor: D'you wanna leave?
Rose Tyler: D'you want me to?
The Doctor: No! But
The Doctor: ... your choice, if you wanna go home.

"Doctor Who: Boom Town (#1.11)" (2005)
Rose Tyler: We've got a prisoner. The police box is really a police box.
Margaret Blaine: You're not just police, though. Since you're taking me to my death, that makes *you* my executioners. Each and every one of you.
Mickey Smith: Well *you* deserve it.
Margaret Blaine: [looks straight at him] You're very quick to say so. And you're very quick to soak your hands in my blood. Which makes you better than me how, exactly?
[he says nothing]
Margaret Blaine: Long night ahead.
[walks away & sits down; finally]
Margaret Blaine: Let's see who can look me in the eye.
[looks piercingly at each person; none hold eye contact for more than a few seconds; & the Doctor barely even looks up from his work]

The Doctor: [looking at the project banner] How'd you think of the name?
Margaret Blaine: What? "Blaidd Drwg"? It's Welsh.
The Doctor: I know, but how did you think of it?
Margaret Blaine: Chose it at random, that's all. I don't know, just sounded good. Does it matter?
The Doctor: [turns around] "Blaidd Drwg."
Rose Tyler: What's it mean?
The Doctor: Bad Wolf.
Rose Tyler: [getting it] But... I've heard that before, "Bad Wolf", I've heard that *lots of times*.
The Doctor: Everywhere we go. Two words, following us. "Bad Wolf."
Rose Tyler: How can they be following us?
The Doctor: [concerned pause, then suddenly grins] Nah. Just a coincidence! Like hearing a word on the radio then hearing it all day. Never mind!

"Doctor Who: Turn Left (#4.11)" (2008)
[last lines]
The Doctor: Sometimes I think there's way too much coincidence around you, Donna. I met you once, then I met your grandfather, then I met you again. In the whole wide universe, I met you for a second time. Like something's binding us together.
Donna Noble: Don't be so daft. I'm nothing special.
The Doctor: Yes you are, you're brilliant!
Rose Tyler: [Donna has a sudden flashblack] I thought you're brilliant.
Donna Noble: She said that.
The Doctor: Who did?
Donna Noble: That woman... I can't remember.
The Doctor: She never existed now.
Donna Noble: No, but she said the stars... she said the stars are going out.
The Doctor: Yeah, but that world's gone.
Donna Noble: No, but she said it was all worlds, every world. She said, "The darkness is coming, even here."
The Doctor: Who was she?
Donna Noble: I don't know.
The Doctor: What did she look like?
Donna Noble: She was... blonde.
The Doctor: [passionately] What was her name?
Donna Noble: I don't know.
The Doctor: Donna, what was her name?
Donna Noble: But she told me... to warn you. She said...
Donna Noble, Rose Tyler: [Rose silent in flashback, Donna aloud] "Two words:..."
The Doctor: What two words? What were they? What did she say?
[In flashback, Rose leans in and whispers into dying Donna's ear]
Donna Noble: "Bad wolf."
[the Doctor is shocked]
Donna Noble: What does it mean?
[the Doctor runs out of the fortune teller's tent, Donna quickly following, both stopping short. Everywhere there was writing in any language, the English words "Bad Wolf" now appear. "Bad Wolf" on all of the posted bills. "BAD WOLF" verticallly on all the hanging banners. They run to the TARDIS and on its phone panel, "Bad Wolf" repeated over and over in place of the instructions. Even on its marquee, where it normally says "Police Box" and "Public Call", both are replaced with "Bad Wolf". They enter and, inside, everything is lit in red. Even the time rotor is glowing an uncharacteristic red. From the inside, the marquee is still altered in mirrored image. The cloister bell is tolling]
Donna Noble: What is it? What's "Bad Wolf"?
The Doctor: It's the end of the universe!

Rose Tyler: He's a man in a suit, kind of tall, thin... great hair. REALLY great hair.

"Children in Need: Episode #1.26" (2005)
Rose: [after witnessing the Doctor's regeneration] Can you change back?
The Doctor: Do you want me to?
Rose: Yeah.
The Doctor: Oh.
Rose: Can you?
The Doctor: No.