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Martha Jones (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (2005)

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"Doctor Who: Utopia (#3.11)" (2007)
The Doctor: We're accelerating into the future. The year one billion, five billion, five trillion, fifty trillion... What? The year one hundred trillion? That's impossible!
Martha Jones: Why? What happens then?
The Doctor: We're going to the end of the universe.
[Captain Jack Harkness is seen in the time vortex hanging onto the TARDIS]
Captain Jack Harkness: [shouts] Doctor!

Captain Jack Harkness: Captain Jack Harkness. And who are you?
Martha Jones: [smiles] Martha Jones.
Captain Jack Harkness: [half smile, half laugh] Nice to meet you Martha Jones.
The Doctor: Oh, don't start!
Captain Jack Harkness: [defensively] I was only saying hello.
Martha Jones: I don't mind.

Martha Jones: The Doctor sort of travels through time and space and picks us up. God, I make us sound like stray dogs. Maybe we are.
Professor Yana: He travels in time?
Martha Jones: Don't ask me to explain it. That's a TARDIS, that box thing. The sportscar of time travel he says.
[the word "TARDIS" echoes in Yana's head]

Martha Jones: And you are?
Chantho: Chan-Chantho-Tho.

Martha Jones: You *grew* another hand.
The Doctor: [waves his hand at her] Hello again.
The Doctor: [Martha isn't convinced. The Doctor stands up] It's fine.
[the Doctor puts his hand out]
The Doctor: Look really it's me.
[Martha shakes his hand]
Martha Jones: All this time and you're still full of surprises!
[the Doctor smiles and winks at her]
Chantho: [giggling] Chan, you are most unusual, tho.
The Doctor: Well...
[the Doctor, Martha, and Chantho giggle]

Martha Jones: What killed it?
The Doctor: Time. Just time. Everything's dying now. All the great civilisations have gone. This isn't just night, all the stars have burnt out and faded away, to nothing.
Captain Jack Harkness: They must have an atmospheric shell. We should be frozen to death.
The Doctor: Well, Martha and I maybe. Not so sure about you Jack.
Martha Jones: But what about the people. Does no one survive?
The Doctor: I suppose... we have to hope. Life will find a way.

Martha Jones: What do you think it's going to be like in Utopia?
Creet: My Mum used to say the sky was made of diamonds.

Martha Jones: Doctor, it's the Professor. He's got this watch, this fob watch that's the same as yours. Same writing, same everything.
The Doctor: [looking terrified] Don't be ridiculous.
Martha Jones: I asked him, he said he's had it his whole life.
Captain Jack Harkness: So, he's got the same watch.
Martha Jones: But it's not a watch, it's a thing, a chameleon thing.
The Doctor: No, no, no, it's this thing, this device, it re-writes biology. Changes a Time Lord into a human.
[Jack looks up]
Martha Jones: And it's the same watch!
The Doctor: [desperately] It can't be.
Captain Jack Harkness: That means he could be a Time Lord. You may not be the last one.

Captain Jack Harkness: So there I was, stranded in the year two-hundred-one-hundred, ankle deep in Dalek dust, he goes off without me. But I had this. I used to be a Time Agent, it's called a Vortex Manipulator. He's not the only one who can time travel...
The Doctor: Excuse me, that's not time travel. It's like, I've got a sports car, you've got a Space Hopper.
Martha Jones: Oh, boys and their toys.
Captain Jack Harkness: All right, so I bounced.

Martha Jones: Think what the Face of Boe said - his dying words. He said...
The Face of Boe: You are not alone.
[the screen shows the word "YANA". The Doctor has a look of horror on his face]

Martha Jones: But isn't that brilliant?
The Doctor: It is, of course it is, but depends which one. Brilliant, fantastic, yeah. But they died, the Time Lords, all of them, they died!
Captain Jack Harkness: Not if he was human.
The Doctor: What did he say, Martha? WHAT DID HE SAY?
Martha Jones: [taken aback] He looked at the watch like he could hardly see it, like that perception filter thing...
The Doctor: And what about now? Can he see it now?

The Doctor: Well, we've landed.
Martha Jones: So, what's out there?
The Doctor: I don't know.
Martha Jones: Ha, say that again, that's rare.
The Doctor: Not even the Time Lords came this far. We should leave. We should go. We should really, really... go...
[he grins, he and Martha run outside]

Professor Yana: Time and time and time again, always running out on me.
Martha Jones: [looking at his watch nervously] Can I have a look at that?
Professor Yana: Oh, it's only an old relic. Like me.
Martha Jones: Where did you get it?
Professor Yana: I was found with it.
Martha Jones: What do you mean?
Professor Yana: An orphan in the storm. I was a naked child found on the coast of the Silver Devestation. Abandoned with only this.
Martha Jones: Have you ever opened it?
Professor Yana: Why would I? It's broken.
Martha Jones: How do you know it's broken if you've never opened it?
Professor Yana: It's stuck. It's old. It's not meant to be. I don't know.
[Martha turns the watch over. The same alien writing as the Doctor's is on it]
Professor Yana: [suspiciously] Does it matter?
Martha Jones: No... it's... nothing. Listen, everything's fine up here. I'm going to see if The Doctor needs me.
[runs out in a panic]

The Doctor: Cardiff!
Martha Jones: Cardiff?
The Doctor: Ah but, the thing about Cardiff - it's built on a rift in time and space - just like... California on the San Andreas Fault. But the rift bleeds energy. Every now and then I need to open up the engines, soak up the energy, and us it as fuel!
Martha Jones: So it's a pit stop!
The Doctor: Exactly. Should only take a few seconds. The rift's been active.

Martha Jones: Wait a minute... they had an earthquake in Cardiff a couple of years ago, was that you?
The Doctor: Bit of trouble with the Slitheen. Long time ago. Lifetimes - I was a different man back then.

Martha Jones: [about Jack] It's a bit odd though, not very hundred trillion. That coat looks more like World War two.
The Doctor: I think he came with us.
Martha Jones: How d'you mean? From Earth?
The Doctor: Must have been clinging to the outside of the TARDIS. All the way through the Vortex. Well, that's very him.
Martha Jones: What, do you know him?
The Doctor: Friend of mine. Used to travel with me. Back in the old days.
Martha Jones: But he's... I'm sorry, there's no heartbeat. There's nothing. He's dead.
[Jack suddenly wakes up gasping loudly, which causes Martha to scream; Jack grabs onto her as he tries to recover]
Martha Jones: Oh, so much for me.

Martha Jones: Do you mind if I ask? Do you have to start every sentence with 'Chan'?
Chantho: [honest] Chan, yes, tho.
Martha Jones: And end every sentence with...
Chantho: Chan, tho, tho.
Martha Jones: What would happen if you didn't?
Chantho: [sounds alarmed at the suggestion] Chan, that would be rude, tho!
Martha Jones: [looks around to check if anyone's listening; in an undertone] What, like swearing?
Chantho: [does the same things Martha did] Chan, indeed, tho.
Martha Jones: [in a soft voice] Go on, just once.
Chantho: [laughing, slightly embarrased] Chan, I can't, tho!
Martha Jones: [encouraging] Oh, do it for me.
Chantho: [with difficulty] No.
[Chantho laughs, so does Martha]

Martha: [lifting a Tank of water containing a hand out of Jack's bag and placing it on the tabetop] Oh, my, God! You've got a hand? A hand in a jar? A hand, in a jar, in your bag!
Doctor: Bu-tha-tha-that's *my* hand!
Jack: I said I had a Doctor Detector.
Chantho: Chan, is this a tradition amongst your people, tho?
Martha: Not on my street! What do you mean that's your hand? You've got both your hands! I can see them!
Doctor: Long story. I lost my hand, Christmas Day, in a sword fight.
[Flashback: The Sycorax Leader chops the Doctor's hand off]
Martha: What? And you... grew another hand?
Doctor: Um, yeah. I did, yeah.
[holds it up and waves it]
Doctor: Hello.
Professor Yana: [to the Doctor] Might I ask, what species are you?
Doctor: Time Lord. Last of. Heard of them? Legend or anything? Not even a myth? Blimey, the end of the Universe is a bit humbling.
Chantho: Chan, it is said that I am the last of my species too, tho.
Doctor: Sorry, what was your name?
Professor Yana: My assistant, and good friend Chantho. A survivor of the Malmooth, this was their planet Malcassairo, before we took refuge.
Doctor: The city outside, that was yours?
Chantho: Chan, the conglomeration died, tho.
Doctor: Conglomeration! That's what I said!
Jack: You're supposed to say, "sorry".
Doctor: Oh, yes.
[to Chantho]
Doctor: Sorry.
Chantho: Chan, most grateful, tho.


"Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code (#3.2)" (2007)
Martha Jones: [to Shakespeare] I don't know how to tell you this, oh great genius, but... your breath doesn't half stink.

[after landing with the TARDIS]
Martha Jones: But are we safe? I mean, can we move around and stuff?
The Doctor: Of course we can. Why not?
Martha Jones: It's like in those films: if you step on a butterfly, you change the future of the human race.
The Doctor: Then, don't step on any butterflies. What have butterflies ever done to you?

Martha Jones: So, magic and stuff? It's a surprise, it's all a bit Harry Potter.
The Doctor: Wait till you read book 7. Oh, I cried.

The Doctor: Just think. When you get back, you could tell everyone that you've seen Shakespeare.
Martha Jones: Yeah! And then I could get sectioned!

Martha Jones: Do you have to pass a test to fly this thing?
The Doctor: Yes, and I failed it.

[about the female roles on stage]
Martha Jones: Those are men dressed as women, yeah?
The Doctor: Nothing ever changes in London.

Martha Jones: Where's Shakespeare? I wanna see Shakespeare! Author! Author...
[looks at The Doctor cautiously]
Martha Jones: Do they say that? Do they say "Author?"
Audience: Author! Author!
[the whole audience begins to chant "Author!]
The Doctor: Well... They do now.

William Shakespeare: 'Close up this din of hateful dire decay / Decomposition of your witches' plot! / You thieve my brains, consider me your toy / My doting doctor tells me I am not!'
Lilith: No! Words of power!
William Shakespeare: 'Foul Carrionite specters, cease your show / Between the points... '
[he looks to The Doctor for help]
The Doctor: 761390!
William Shakespeare: '761390! / Banished like a tinker's cuss / I say to thee... '
[he again looks to The Doctor]
The Doctor: Uh...
[he looks to Martha]
Martha Jones: Expelliarmus!
The Doctor: Expelliarmus!
William Shakespeare: 'Expelliarmus!'
The Doctor: Good old JK!

Martha Jones: Am I alright? I'm not going to get carted off as a slave or anything?
The Doctor: Why ever would you think that?
Martha Jones: Well, not exactly white, in case you hadn't noticed.
The Doctor: Well, I'm not exactly human. Just walk round like you own the place, always works for me.

Martha Jones: [referring to the Globe theatre] It's like your police box; small wooden box, with all that power inside!
The Doctor: Oh, Martha Jones, I like you.

Shakespeare: So, tell me of Freedonia, where women can be doctors, writers, actors...?
Martha Jones: This country is ruled by a woman.
Shakespeare: Ah, she's royal, that's God's business, though you are a royal beauty.
Martha Jones: Whoa, Nelly. I know for a fact you've got a wife in the country
Shakespeare: But Martha, this is town.

Martha Jones: Where are we? No, sorry. Got to get used to this whole new language, *when* are we?
The Doctor: [looks up and sees a man about to dump waste out on their heads] Mind that.
[He pulls Martha back just before they get pummeled by excrement]
The Doctor: Somewhere before they invented the toilet.

Martha Jones: Hold on, mister! Two hearts?
The Doctor: Don't make a habit of it.
[Martha laughs as The Doctor gets up, seemingly fine, but then he yells out in pain]
The Doctor: Aaah! I've only got one heart working! How do you people *cope*? I've gotta get the other one started. Hit me. Hit me on the chest.
[He gestures with his right arm, so Martha hits him on the right of his chest]
The Doctor: Gaaah! Other *side*!
[Martha hits him on the left of his chest]
The Doctor: Urrgh! On the back! On the back!
[He bends over and she hits him with both hands clasped together on the back]
Martha Jones: Uh! Eh! Left a bit!
[She hits him the same way to the left of his spine]
The Doctor: Aaah!
[cracks his neck and back and stands up]
The Doctor: Lovely! There we go! Bada-*boom*-ba!
The Doctor: [sniffs] Well, what are you standing there for?
The Doctor: [runs out] Come on! The Dome!

Martha Jones: Thing is, though, am I missing something here? The world didn't end in 1599. It just didn't. Look at me, I'm living proof.
The Doctor: Oh, how to explain the mechanics of the infinite temporal flux. I know: Back to the Future. It's like Back to the Future.
Martha Jones: The film?
The Doctor: No, the novelisation! Yes, the film! Marty McFly goes back and changes history.
Martha Jones: And he starts fading away- Oh my God, am I gonna fade?
The Doctor: You and the entire future of the human race. It ends right now in 1599 if we don't stop it.


"Doctor Who: The Sound of Drums (#3.12)" (2007)
Captain Jack Harkness: But all the legends of Gallifrey made it sound so perfect.
The Doctor: Well, perfect to look at, maybe. And it was, it was beautiful. They used to call it the Shining World of the Seven Systems. And on the continent of Wild Endeavour, in the mountains of Solace and Solitude, there stood the Citadel of the Time Lords. The oldest and most mighty race in the universe. Looking down on the galaxies below, sworn never to interfere, only to watch. Children of Gallifrey were taken from their families at the age of eight to enter the Academy. Some say that's where it all began, when he was a child. That's when the Master saw eternity. As a novice, he was taken for initiation. He stood in front of the Untempered Schism. It's a gap in the fabric of reality through which could be seen the whole of the vortex. We stand there, eight years old, staring at the raw power of time and space, just a child. Some would be inspired. Some would run away. And some would go mad.
Martha Jones: What about you?
The Doctor: Oh, the ones that ran away, I never stopped.

Captain Jack Harkness: [about The Master] So Doctor, who is he? How come the ancient society of Time Lords created a psychopath?
Martha Jones: And what is he to you? Like some sort of colleague or...
The Doctor: Friend at first.
Martha Jones: Thought you were going to say he was your secret brother or something.
[pause]
The Doctor: You've been watching too much TV.

Martha Jones: What's it for? What does a paradox machine do?
Captain Jack Harkness: More important, can you stop it?
The Doctor: Not until I know what it's doing. Touch the wrong bit; blow up our solar system.
Martha Jones: Then we've got to get to the Master.
Captain Jack Harkness: Yeah, how are we going to stop him?
The Doctor: Oh, I've got a way. Sorry, didn't I mention it?

Martha Jones: Oh my life; you gotta trust me. Go to Boxer, stay with him, don't tell anyone, just hide.
[we see Mr. Saxon listening in to the phonecall]
The Master: Ooh, a nice little game of hide and seek. I love that. But I'll find you Martha Jones. Been a long time since we saw each other. Must be what, a hundred trillion years?
Martha Jones: Let them go Saxon!

Martha Jones: Dad, just say yes or no. Is there someone else there?
[pause]
Clive Jones: Yes! Just run!

[Martha, Jack and the Doctor materialise on Earth]
Martha Jones: Ow, my head!
The Doctor: Time-travel without a capsule. That's a killer.

Martha Jones: But this Master bloke, he's got the TARDIS. He could be anywhere in time and space.
The Doctor: No, he's here. Trust me.
Martha Jones: Who is he anyway? That voice at the end, that wasn't the Professor.
Captain Jack Harkness: The Master's a Time Lord. Then he must have regenerated.
Martha Jones: What does that mean?
Captain Jack Harkness: It means he's changed his face, voice, body, everything. New man.
[the Doctor is distracted by a beggar tapping out a repeating rhythm on an enamel mug - ~tum tum te tum, tum tum te tum, tum tum te tum~]
Martha Jones: Then how are we going to find him?
[the tapping starts to echo in the Doctor's head]
The Doctor: I'll know him, the moment I see him. Time Lords always do.

Martha Jones: It's the day after the election. That's only four days after I met you.
The Doctor: We went flying all around the Universe while he was here all the time.
Martha Jones: Are you going to tell us who he is?
The Doctor: He's a Time Lord.
Martha Jones: And the rest of it? I mean, who'd call themselves the Master?
The Doctor: That's all you need to know.

Martha Jones: But hold on. If he can be anyone... we missed the election. But it can't be.
[a huge TV displays the news]
BBC Newsreader: Mister Saxon has returned from the palace, and is greeting the crowds inside Saxon headquarters.
Martha Jones: I said I knew that voice. When he spoke inside the TARDIS, I've heard that voice hundreds of times. I've seen him, we all have. That was the voice of Harold Saxon!

Martha Jones: What about you?
The Doctor: Oh, the ones that ran away! I never stopped.

The Doctor: You can stop this right now. We can leave this planet. We can fight across the constellations if that's what you want, but not on Earth!
The Master: It's too late.
The Doctor: Why do you say that?
The Master: The drumming.
[taps out a drumbeat on the table with his fingers]
The Master: Can't you hear it?
[taps the beat again, continuously]
The Master: Inside my head. I thought it would stop. But it never does. It never, ever stops. Inside my head. The drumming, Doctor, the constant drumming.
The Doctor: I can help you. Please, let me help.
The Master: It's everywhere. Listen. Listen. Listen. Here come the drums... here come... the drums...
[a young man is loitering, beating out the drumbeat against his legs, just like Martha earlier, just like the beggar earlier, just like the Master... ~tum tum te tum~]
The Doctor: What have you done? Tell me, how have you done this? What are those creatures? Tell me!
The Master: Oooo, look! You're on TV!
The Doctor: Stop it! Answer me!
The Master: No, really, you're on telly! You and your little band, which by the way is ticking every demographic box, so congratulations on that. God, there you are.
[laughs]
The Master: You're public enemies 1, 2, and 3. Oh! And you can tell "Handsome Jack" that I've sent his little gang off on a wild goose chase to the Himalayas, so you won't be getting any help from them.
[the Doctor turns to look at Martha and Jack]
The Master: Go on, off you go, why not start out by turning to the...
[the Doctor turns to the right]
The Master: RIGHT!
The Doctor: [looks up and sees a CCTV camera] He can see us!
[He raises his sonic screwdriver and shorts out the CCTV]
The Master: Oh! You public menace! Better start running. Go on... run!
The Doctor: [closes the phone] He's got control of everything.
Martha Jones: What do we do?
Captain Jack Harkness: We've got nowhere to go.
Martha Jones: Doctor, what do we do?
The Master: Run, Doctor! Run for your life!
The Doctor: We run.
[the Doctor, Martha, and Jack all run]
The Master: [screaming into the phone] I SAID... RUN!

The Doctor: Martha? What are you doing?
Martha Jones: [frantically dialing her mobile] He knows about me; what about my family?
The Doctor: Don't tell them anything!
Martha Jones: [angry] I'll do what I like!

Martha Jones: [of her parents] I've got to help them!
The Doctor: That's exactly what they want; it's a trap!
Martha Jones: [seethingly angry] *I don't care!*

[Martha has just heard Tish being taken over her mobile]
Martha Jones: [angrily to the Doctor] It's your fault, it's all your fault!


"Doctor Who: Smith and Jones (#3.1)" (2007)
The Doctor: They're making a catalogue. That means they're after something non-human, which is very bad news for me.
Martha Jones: Why?
[the Doctor looks at her]
Martha Jones: Oh, you're kidding me. Don't be ridiculous!
[pause]
Martha Jones: Stop looking at me like that.
The Doctor: Come on then.

Martha Jones: What's that thing?
The Doctor: Sonic screwdriver.
Martha Jones: Well if you're not going to answer me properly.
The Doctor: No, really it is. It's a screwdriver, and it's... sonic. Look.
Martha Jones: [scoffing] What else have you got? A laser spanner?
The Doctor: I did, but it was stolen by Emmeline Pankhurst. Cheeky woman.

Martha Jones: We're on the moon. We're on the bloody moon!

Martha Jones, The Doctor: [on the TARDIS, The Doctor mouthing along silently] It's bigger on the inside!
The Doctor: [aloud] Is it? I hadn't noticed.

[last lines]
The Doctor: Now then, close down the gravitic anomalizer, fire up the helmic regulator, and finally, the handbrake. Ready?
Martha Jones: [smiling] No.
The Doctor: Off we go.
[the Doctor pulls down a lever and the TARDIS violently shudders into takeoff, tossing them both off-balance]
Martha Jones: Blimey, it's a bit bumpy!
The Doctor: Welcome aboard, Miss Jones!
Martha Jones: [shaking his hand across a console panel] It's my pleasure Mister Smith.
[trailer for next episode, then credits]

The Doctor: We might die.
Martha Jones: We might not.
The Doctor: [gives an approving/measuring look] Good.

Martha Jones: What are Judoon?
The Doctor: They're like police. Well, police for hire. They're more like interplanetary thugs.
Martha Jones: And they brought us to the moon?
The Doctor: Neutral territory. According to Galactic Law, they got no jurisdiction over the Earth and they isolated it.

The Doctor: I just thought, since you saved my life and I've got a brand new sonic screwdriver that needs road-testing, you might fancy a trip.
Martha Jones: What, into space?
The Doctor: Well.
Martha Jones: But I can't. I've got exams. I've got things to do. I've got to go into town first thing to pay the rent, I've got my family going mad...
The Doctor: If it helps, I can travel in time as well.
Martha Jones: Get out of here.
The Doctor: I can.
Martha Jones: Come on, now. That's going too far.
The Doctor: I can prove it.
[the Doctor steps into the TARDIS and closes the door. Martha watches amazed as it dematerializes]

[the TARDIS begins rematerializing in front of Martha Jones immediately after it had just left, the displaced air pushing her back]
The Doctor: [exiting TARDIS holding his tie] Told you.
Martha Jones: [the Doctor puts his tie back on as Martha speaks] No, but... but that was this morning. Bu - Did you - Oh, my God, you can travel in time! But hold on: if you could see me this morning, why didn't you tell me not to go into work?
The Doctor: [in a serious tone] Crossing into established events is strictly forbidden. Except for cheap tricks.

Martha Jones: That wasn't very clever, running around outside, was it?
The Doctor: Sorry?
Martha Jones: In Chancellor Street, this morning? Came up to me and took your tie off.
The Doctor: [amazed] Really? What'd I do that for?
Martha Jones: I don't know, you just did.
The Doctor: Not me. I was here in bed. Ask the nurses.
Martha Jones: Well, that's weird, 'cause it looked like you. Have you got a brother?
The Doctor: No, not anymore. Just me.

The Doctor: All I need to do is expel it. If I concentrate, shift the radiation... out my body into one spot... inside my left shoe. Here we go. Here we go. Easy does it.
The Doctor: [jumps up and down shaking his left foot] Out! Out! Ow, ow, ow. Ow. ow, ow, ah! Hah, hah, itches! Itches! Itches! Itches! Oh, ooh, hold on...
The Doctor: [then rips off his shoe and throws it in a trash can] There we go! Done.
Martha Jones: You're completely mad.
The Doctor: You're right. I look daft with one shoe.
[takes off other shoe and chucks it in the same bin]
The Doctor: Barefoot on the moon!

Martha Jones: That's aliens. Real aliens. Real proper aliens.
The Doctor: [the Doctor responds sternly] Judoon.

Martha Jones: So what is that thing? And where's it from, Planet Zovirax?
The Doctor: It's just a Slab. They're called Slabs. Basic slave drones. You see? Solid leather all the way through. Someone has got one hell of a fetish.


"Doctor Who: 42 (#3.7)" (2007)
The Doctor: Ten seconds. That's all I'll be able to take. No more. Ahh, ahh, ahhh! Martha!
Martha Jones: Yeah?
The Doctor: It's burning me up. I can't control it. If you don't get rid of it, I could kill you. I could kill you all.
[lets out a groan of pain]
The Doctor: I'm scared. I'm so scared.
Martha Jones: Just stay calm. You saved me, now I return the favor. Just believe in me.

The Doctor: [in pain] You mined that sun. Skipped its surface for cheap fuel. You should've scanned for life!
Kath McDonnell: I don't understand.
Martha Jones: Doctor, what are you talking about?
The Doctor: That sun's alive. A living organism. They scooped out its heart. Used it for fuel and now its screaming!
Kath McDonnell: What do you mean? How can a sun be alive? Why is he saying that?
The Doctor: Because it's living *in* me.
Kath McDonnell: [gasps] Oh my god.
The Doctor: Humans! You grabbed whatever is nearest and bleed it dry! You should've scanned!
Kath McDonnell: It takes too long. We'd be caught. Fusion scans are illegal.
The Doctor: [screams in pain] Martha! You got to freeze me quickly!
Martha Jones: What?
The Doctor: Stasis chamber. You got to take me below minus 200. Freeze it out of me!
[groans in pain]
The Doctor: It'll use me to kill you if you don't. The closer we get to the sun, the stronger the link! Med center! Quickly!
Martha Jones: [to Capt. McDonnell] Help me!

Riley Vashtee: [reading from display] Find the next number in the sequence: 313, 331, 367...? What?
Martha Jones: You said the crew knew all the answers!
Riley Vashtee: The crew's changed since we set of questions.
Martha Jones: You're joking!
The Doctor: 379
Martha Jones: What?
The Doctor: It's a sequence of happy primes - 379
Martha Jones: Happy what?
The Doctor: Just enter it!
Riley Vashtee: Are you sure? We only get one chance.
The Doctor: Any number that reduces to one when you take the sum of the square of its digits and continue iterating it until it yields 1 is a happy number, any number that doesn't, isn't. A happy prime is both happy and prime. Now *type it in*!
[aside]
The Doctor: I dunno, talk about dumbing down. Don't they teach recreational mathematics anymore?

The Doctor: [over the intercome] Keep moving fast as you can. And, Martha, be careful. There may be something else onboard the ship.
Martha Jones: [sarcastically] Any time you want to unnerve me, feel free.
The Doctor: Will do, thanks.

[first lines]
The Doctor: Well, there we go, universal roaming.
[tosses Martha her newly altered cell phone]
The Doctor: Never have to worry about a signal again.
Martha Jones: No way. This is too mad. You're telling me I can phone anyone anywhere in space and time on my mobile?
The Doctor: As long as you know the area code.

The Doctor: [just after leaving the ship inside the TARDIS] By the way, you'll be needing this.
[reveals a TARDIS key hanging on a string]
Martha Jones: Really?
The Doctor: Frequent fliers privilege.
[Martha hold out both hands, excited; The Doctor places the key in her palms]
Martha Jones: Thank you.
The Doctor: Don't mention it.

The Doctor: We need a backup in case they don't reach the auxiliary engines in time. Come on, think! Resources! What have we got?
Martha Jones: [over intercom] Doctor?
The Doctor: What is it *now*?
Martha Jones: Who had the most number ones: Elvis or the Beatles? That's *pre*-download.
The Doctor: Elvis. *No*! The Beatles. *No*! Wait, um... um... oh, there was that remix, um... I don't know! I *am* a bit busy.
Martha Jones: Fine, I'll ask someone else.
The Doctor: Now, where was I? "Here Comes The Sun". No, resources!

Riley Vashtee: These doors' trip code is the answer to a random question set by the crew. Nine tours back, we got drunk, thought them up. Reckoning was, if we're hijacked, we're the only ones who know all the answers.
Martha Jones: So you type in the right answer...
Riley Vashtee: This sends a remote pulse to the clamp. But we only get one chance per door. Get it wrong, the whole system freezes.
Martha Jones: Better not get it wrong, then.
Riley Vashtee: Okay.
[reading]
Riley Vashtee: 'Date of the SS Pentalian's first flight?' That's all right. Go!
Martha Jones: [door opens] Yes!
Riley Vashtee: Twenty eight more to go!
[Later]
Riley Vashtee: [reading] 'Find the next number in the sequence: 313, 331, 367...?' What?
Martha Jones: You said the crew knew all the answers.
Riley Vashtee: The crew's changed since we set the questions.

Martha Jones: No way! You're telling me that I can phone anyone in all of time and space on my mobile?
The Doctor: As long as you know the area code.


"Torchwood: Reset (#2.6)" (2008)
Martha Jones: So, Jack asked me if I could get you a UNIT cap to wear.
Ianto Jones: Did he? Well, red is my color.
Martha Jones: So, am I right in thinking that you and he...
Ianto Jones: We... dabble.
Martha Jones: Yeah?
Ianto Jones: Yeah.
Martha Jones: So what's his "dabbling" like?
Ianto Jones: Innovative.
Martha Jones: Really!
Ianto Jones: Bordering on the avant-garde.
Martha Jones: Wow.
Ianto Jones: Oh yeah.
[Ianto smiles a little distantly]

Owen Harper: So, you and Jack go back a long way?
Martha Jones: Forward and back really.

Captain Jack Harkness: Oh, come on, Martha. Be honest. You just came all this way to see me.
Martha Jones: Still struggling to conquer your shyness, Jack?

[later]
Martha Jones: God, I am so glad to see you, Jack.
Captain Jack Harkness: See, you did come all this way to see me. It's the jaw line: once seen, always yearned for.

Gwen Cooper: Um, so, you know Jack pretty well, then?
Martha Jones: Oh, we were only together for a few days, but it was pretty intense.
Gwen Cooper: You mean...
Martha Jones: Oh, God, no, no! No! Not that sort of intense! No, nothing like that.
[both utter embarrassed laughs]
Martha Jones: Why, are you and him...
Gwen Cooper: No! No! Not at all!
Martha Jones: We must be the only two people on the planet.
Gwen Cooper: I know. What are we doing wrong?
[both laugh]


"Doctor Who: The Poison Sky (#4.5)" (2008)
[looking at the Sontaran Clone version of herself]
Martha Jones: Oh, my God. That's me!

Clone Martha: [having trouble speaking] My heart... is getting slower.
Martha Jones: [apologetic] There's nothing I can do.
Clone Martha: In your mind you've got so many plans. There's so much that you want to do.
Martha Jones: And I will. 'Never do tomorrow what you can do today' my mum says cause...
Clone Martha: 'Cause you never know how long you've got'... Martha Jones... all that life...
[heart finally gives out; head drops as she dies]

Donna Noble: [Martha's wearing the doctor's coat] You know that coat, sort of works.
Martha Jones: I feel like a kid in my Dad's clothes.
Donna Noble: Oh, well if you're calling him dad you're definitely getting over him.

[Luke has just finished rewiring his teleport pod]
Martha Jones: What are you doing?
Luke Rattigan: Something clever.
[teleports himself onboard the Sontaran ship]
Sontarans: [chanting] Sontar-ha! Sontar-ha!
[chanting stops when they realize Luke has taken the Doctor's place with a device set to ignite the air onboard]
Luke Rattigan: Sontar-Ha!
[slams the buttom that blows up the ship]

[the Doctor is adjusting his atmospheric converter]
Martha Jones: Doctor, hold on, you said the atmosphere would *ignite*!
The Doctor: Yeah, I did, didn't I.
[fires the converter into the sky]


"Doctor Who: Last of the Time Lords (#3.13)" (2007)
Martha Jones: I travelled across the world. From the ruins of New York, to the fusion mills of China, right across the radiation pits of Europe. And everywhere I went I saw people just like you, living as slaves! But if Martha Jones became a legend then that's wrong, because my name isn't important. There's someone else. The man who sent me out there, the man who told me to walk the Earth. And his name is The Doctor. He has saved your lives so many times and you never even knew he was there. He never stops. He never stays. He never asks to be thanked. But I've seen him, I know him... I love him... And I know what he can do.

Captain Jack Harkness: But I keep wondering, what about aging? Cause I can't die but I keep getting older, the odd little, gray hair, you know? What happens if I live for a million years?
The Doctor: I really don't know.
Captain Jack Harkness: Ok, vanity, sorry. Yeah... can't help it. Used to be a poster boy when I was a kid, living in the Bo-shang peninsula... tiny little place. I was the first one ever to be signed up for the Time Agency, they were so proud of me. The Face of Bo they called me... hummm! I'll see you!
[Jack turns and leaves]
Martha Jones: [Martha gets an stunned look on her face and taps the doctor on the arm to get his attention]
The Doctor: [in disbelief] No.
Martha Jones: [incredulously] It can't be!
The Doctor: [still in disbelief] No. Definitely not, no.
Martha Jones: [Martha begins to laugh]
The Doctor: No!
[the Doctor begins to laugh as he realizes Jack may very well be his old friend the mysterious Face of Bo]

Toclafane: But then the Master came with his wonderful time machine to bring us back home.
Professor Doherty: But that's a paradox. If you're the future of the human race, and you've come back to murder your ancestors. You should cancel yourselves out. You shouldn't exist!
Martha Jones: And that's the paradox machine.

Martha Jones: The Utopia Project was the last hope, trying to find a way to escape the end of everything.
Toclafane: There was no solution. No diamonds. Just the dark and the cold.


"Doctor Who: The Lazarus Experiment (#3.6)" (2007)
The Doctor: [sees Martha's mother walking towards them; smiles] Ah, Mrs. Jones; we never finished our chat.
Francine Jones: [without preamble she slaps the Doctor round the face]
Francine Jones: Keep away from my daughter!
Martha Jones: Mum, what are you doing?
The Doctor: [rubbing his jaw] Always the mothers! Every time!

The Doctor: Black tie... Whenever I wear this, something bad always happens.
[thinking about the events of "Rise of the Cybermen"]
Martha Jones: That's not the outfit, that's just you. But anyway, I think it suits you. In a... James Bond kinda way.
The Doctor: *James Bond*? Really...

Martha Jones: [having just escaped the transformed monster that was Lazerus] Are you okay?
Tish Jones: I was gonna snog him.

Tish Jones: He's a science geek, I should've known.
The Doctor: Science geek, what's that mean?
Martha Jones: That you're obsessively enthusiastic about it.
The Doctor: [grins] Oh, nice.


"Doctor Who: The Family of Blood (#3.9)" (2007)
Joan Redfern: I'm Sorry, John. But you wrote about it. The Blue Box. You dreamt of a blue box.
John Smith: I'm not...
[tearful]
John Smith: I'm John Smith, that's all I want to be, John Smith. With his life... and his job... and his love. Why can't I be John Smith? Isn't he a good man? Why can't I stay?
Martha Jones: But we need the Doctor.
John Smith: Who am I then? Nothing...? I'm just a story?

The Doctor: You're this doctor's companion, can't you help? What exactly do you do for him? Why does he need you?
Martha Jones: Because he's lonely.
The Doctor: [Horrified] ... And that's what you want me to become?

John Smith: You knew this all along and yet you watched while Nurse Redfern and I...
Martha Jones: I didn't know how to stop you. He gave me a list of things to watch out for, but that wasn't included.
John Smith: Falling in love? That didn't even occur to him?
Martha Jones: No.
John Smith: Then what sort of man is that? And now you expect me to die?

Joan Redfern: Women might train to be doctors, but hardly a scivvy and hardly one of your colour.
Martha Jones: Oh, d'you think? Bones of the hand. Carpal bones, proximal row: scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, pisiform. Distal row: trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate. Then the metacarpal bones extending in three distinct phalanges: proximal, middle, distal.
Joan Redfern: You read that in a book.
Martha Jones: Yes, to pass my exams!


"Doctor Who: The Sontaran Stratagem (#4.4)" (2008)
Martha Jones: [over walkie-talkie] This is Doctor Jones. Operation Blue Sky is go, go, go. I repeat, this is a go.

The Doctor: [answering the phone Martha left with him] Hello.
Martha Jones: Doctor, it's Martha.
[with a smile]
Martha Jones: And I'm bringing you back to Earth.

The Doctor: Martha, Donna. Donna, Martha. Please Don't fight. I can't bear fighting.
Donna Noble: You wish.
[shaking Martha's hand]
Donna Noble: I've heard all about you. He talks about you all the time.
Martha Jones: I dread to think.
Donna Noble: No, no, no. No he says nice things. Good things. Nice things; really good things.
Martha Jones: [embarrassed] Oh, my God
[quickly brushing her bangs aside]
Martha Jones: he's told you everything.
Donna Noble: [noticing the ring on the hand she just used] Didn't take long to get over it, though. Who's the lucky man?
The Doctor: What man? Lucky what?
Donna Noble: She's engaged you prawn.
The Doctor: [as Martha shows the Doctor her ring] Really, who to?
Martha Jones: Tom. That Tom Milligan. He's in paediatrics. Working out in Africa right now. And yes, I know; I've got a doctor who disappears off to distant places. Tell me about it.
Donna Noble: Is he skinny?
Martha Jones: No, he's sort of... strong.
Donna Noble: [pointing to the Doctor] *He* is too skinny for words. You give him a hug you get a paper cut!
The Doctor: [as Martha laughs] Oh, I rather you were fighting.

Martha Jones: So, your name's Trepor, yep? Is that Polish? Listen, we're not checking passports. It's not about that, but did you come across from Poland just to work?
Worker: [in an unchanging voice] I came to do my job.
Martha Jones: OK. I need to listen to your heartbeat. This might be a bit cold. Lift.
[the worker lifts up his shirt, and Martha takes his heartbeat. His heart is beating at an extremely high rate, higher than what it should normally be beating at]
Martha Jones: Are you on any medication?
Worker: I'm here to work.
Martha Jones: How many hours a day do you work?
Worker: Twenty four.
Martha Jones: You work 24 hours a day? Down.
[Trepor lowers his shirt]
Martha Jones: Mr. Trepor, have you ever had any form of hypnosis?
Worker: I'm here to work.
Martha Jones: OK.


"Doctor Who: Blink (#3.10)" (2007)
Billy Shipton: Where am I?
The Doctor: 1969. Not bad as it goes. You've got the moon landing to look forward to.
Martha Jones: Oh, the moon landing's brilliant. We went four times. Back when we had transport...
The Doctor: Working on it!

The Doctor: Fascinating race, the Weeping Angels. The only psychopaths in the universe to kill you nicely. No mess, no fuss, they just zap you into the past and let you live to death. The rest of your life used up and blown away in the blink of an eye. You die in the past, and in the present they consume the energy of all the days you might have had, all your stolen moments. They're creatures of the abstract. They live off potential energy.
Billy Shipton: What in God's name are you talking about?
Martha Jones: Trust me, just nod when he stops for breath.
The Doctor: Tracked you down with this. This is my timey-wimey detector. It goes ding when there's stuff. Also, it can boil an egg at 30 paces, whether you want it to or not, actually, so I've learned to stay away from hens. It's not pretty when they blow.

Sally Sparrow: [to The Doctor] Who are you?
The Doctor: [on the DVD] I'm a time traveller. Or I was. I'm stuck in 1969.
Martha Jones: [Martha interrupts on-screen] We're stuck. All of space and time he promised me. Now I've got a job in a shop, I've got to support him!
The Doctor: [gesturing at the screen] Martha!
Martha Jones: [suddenly realizing she's on-screen] Sorry.

The Doctor: Welcome!
Billy Shipton: Where am I?
The Doctor: 1969. Not as bad as it goes. You've got the moon landing to look forward to.
Martha Jones: Oh, the moon landing's brilliant. We went 4 times
[At the Doctor]
Martha Jones: Back when we still had transport.
The Doctor: Working on it!
Billy Shipton: How did I get here?
The Doctor: Same way we did. Touch of an angel. Probably the same one since you ended up in the same year. No, no, no, don't get up. Time travel without a capsule. Nasty. Catch your breath, don't go swimming for 30 minutes.
Billy Shipton: I don't. I can't.
The Doctor: Fascinating race, the Weeping Angels. The only psychopaths in the universe to kill you nicely. No mess, no fuss. They just zap you into the past and let you live to death. You die in the past, and in the present, they consume the energy of the life you might have had. They're creatures of the abstract, they live off potential energy.
Billy Shipton: What in God's name are you talking about?
Martha Jones: Trust me, just nod when he stops for breath.
The Doctor: Tracked you down with this.
[Holds up strange machine]
The Doctor: This is my timey, wimey detector. Also, it can boil an egg from 30 paces away. Whether you want it to or not, actually. I've learned to stay away from hens. It's not pretty when they blow.


"Doctor Who: Gridlock (#3.3)" (2007)
Novice Hame: My lord gave his life to save the city and now he's dying.
The Doctor: No, don't say that. Not old Boe. Plenty of life left.
Face of Boe: It's good to breathe the air once more.
Martha Jones: Who is he?
The Doctor: don't even know. Legend says the Face of Boe has lived for billions of years. Isn't that right? And you're not about to give up now.
Face of Boe: Everything has its time. You know that, old friend, better than most.
Novice Hame: The legend says more...
The Doctor: Don't. There's no need for that.
Novice Hame: It says that the Face of Boe will speak his final secret to a traveller.
The Doctor: Yeah, but not yet. Who needs secrets, eh?
Face of Boe: have seen so much, perhaps too much. I am the last of my kind. As you are the last of yours, Doctor.
The Doctor: That's why we have to survive. Both of us. Don't go.

The Doctor: I lied to you, 'cause I liked it. I could pretend, just for a bit, I could imagine they were still alive underneath the burnt orange sky. I'm not just a Time Lord: I'm the last of the Time Lords. The Face of Boe was wrong. There's no one else.
Martha Jones: What happened?
The Doctor: There was a war. A Time War. The last great Time War. My people fought a race called the Daleks for the sake of all creation, and they lost. They lost. Everyone lost. They're all gone now, my family, my friends, even that sky. Ah, you should have seen it, that old planet. The second sun would rise in the south, the mountains would shine. The leaves on the trees were silver. When they caught the light every morning, they lit the forest on fire. We always had...
[sound trails off]

The Doctor: How about another planet?
Martha Jones: Can we go to yours?
The Doctor: Nah, there's plenty of other places.
Martha Jones: Come on, though. I mean "Planet of the Time Lords". That's gotta be worth a look. What's it like?
The Doctor: It's beautiful, yeah... The sky's burnt orange, with the citadel enclosed in a mighty glass dome, shining under the twin suns. Beyond that, the mountains go on forever. Slopes of deep red grass, capped with snow.
Martha Jones: Can we go there?
[pause]
The Doctor: Nah, where's the fun for me? I don't want to go home.

Martha Jones: Are they selling drugs?
The Doctor: I think they're selling moods.
Martha Jones: Same thing, isn't it?


"Doctor Who: Daleks in Manhattan (#3.4)" (2007)
Martha Jones: You can't experiment on people, it's insane. It's inhuman!
Dalek: We are not human.

Tallulah: Hey, you're lucky, though. You got yourself a forward-thinking guy, with that hot potato in the sharp suit.
Martha Jones: Oh, he's not - We're not - together.
Tallulah: Oh sure you are! I've seen the way you look at him, it's obvious.
Martha Jones: Not to him.
Tallulah: Oh! I should have realized. He's into musical theatre, huh? What a waste.

[the Doctor, Martha, Frank, and Solomon have volunteered to work for Mr. Diagoras, and they have entered the sewer]
Mr. Diagoras: Turn left. Go about a half a mile. Follow Tunnel #273. The fall is right in front of you. You can't miss it.
Frank: And when do we get our dollar?
Mr. Diagoras: When you come back up.
The Doctor: And if we don't come back up?
Mr. Diagoras: Then I've got no one to pay.
Solomon: Don't worry, we'll be back.
Martha Jones: Let's hope so.


"Doctor Who: The Stolen Earth (#4.12)" (2008)
Harriet Jones: [flashing her passport] Harriet Jones... former Prime Minister.
Martha Jones: Yes. I know who you are.

Unnamed UNIT operative: The shields are down, there's too many of them. Abandon ship! Abandon ship!
Captain Jack Harkness: [Jack runs to the monitor] Tha Valiant's down!
Ianto Jones: Air Force in retreat over North Africa, Daleks landing in Japan.
Gwen Cooper: We've lost contact with the Prime Minister's plane. Jack! Manhattan!
Captain Jack Harkness: [runs to his cell phone] Martha get out of there.
Martha Jones: [bandaging a colleague's head] I can't Jack, I've got a job to do.
Captain Jack Harkness: They're targeting military bases and you're next on the list.

General Sanchez: Dr. Jones, you will come with me. Project Indigo is being activated. Quick march!
Martha Jones: But we can't use Project Indigo. It hasn't been tested, sir, we don't even know if it works.
General Sanchez: [a panel is opened to reveal a harness-like device] Put it on. Fast as you can!
Captain Jack Harkness: Martha, I'm telling you *don't* use Project Indigo, it's not safe.
General Sanchez: You take your orders from UNIT, Dr. Jones, not from Torchwood.
Martha Jones: [she straps herself into the device] But why me?
General Sanchez: You're our only hope of finding the Doctor. But failing that, if no help is coming, then with the power invested in me by the Unified Intelligence Taskforce I order you to take this.
[he holds out a small square device]
General Sanchez: The Osterhagen Key.
Martha Jones: I can't take that, sir!
General Sanchez: You know what to do! For the sake of the human race!
[She takes the key just as Daleks break onto their floor]
Dalek: Dalek Attack Squad Five reaching north corridor. Exterminate! Exterminate!
General Sanchez: Dr. Jones
[he salutes her then arms himself]
General Sanchez: Good luck.
Martha Jones: Bye, Jack.
Captain Jack Harkness: Martha, don't do it!
[she pulls the ripcords and vanishes just as General Sanchez is exterminated]
Captain Jack Harkness: DON'T!
Ianto Jones: [Jack throws his phone across the room in anger] What's Project Indigo?
Captain Jack Harkness: Experimental teleport salvaged from the Sontarans. But they haven't got coordinates or stabilization!
Gwen Cooper: So where is she?
Captain Jack Harkness: Scattered into atoms. Martha's down.


"Doctor Who: Human Nature (#3.8)" (2007)
The Doctor: Martha, this watch is me.
Martha Jones: Right, ok, gotcha.
[beat]
Martha Jones: No, wait, hold on, completely lost!

Jenny: Head in the clouds, that one. I don't know why you're so sweet on him.
Martha Jones: He's just kind to me, that's all. And not everyone's that considerate, what with me being a...
Jenny: ...Londoner?
Martha Jones: Exactly! Good old London Town!

Jenny: Oh now, don't answer back.
Martha Jones: I'll answer back with my bucket over his head!


"Doctor Who: Evolution of the Daleks (#3.5)" (2007)
Martha Jones: And I am telling you I'm not going!

Martha Jones: Do you reckon it's gonna work, those two?
The Doctor: I don't know. Anywhere else in the universe I might worry about them, but New York- it's what this city's good at. Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses and maybe the odd pig-slave-Dalek-mutant-hybrid, too.
Martha Jones: [laughs] The pig and the showgirl.


"Torchwood: Dead Man Walking (#2.7)" (2008)
Martha Jones: The time is 21:30. This is Dr. Martha Jones. Autopsy on Owen Harper, Caucasian, Age 27. Torchwood Officer 565. Time of death witnessed at approximately 20:30. Autopsy begins.
[Martha picks up a surgical saw as Gwen, Ianto and Toshiko look on from the morgue gallery]
Captain Jack Harkness: [bursting in the gallery] Stop! Nobody touches him until I get back! Is that clear?
[Jack runs back out of the gallery]


"Doctor Who: The Doctor's Daughter (#4.6)" (2008)
Martha Jones: All those things you've been ready to die for, I thought for a moment you'd finally found something worth living for.