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Polly Wright (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (1963)

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"Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks: Episode 1 (#4.9)" (1966)
Ben Jackson: [Ben picks up the Doctor's ring from the floor] Now look, the Doctor always wore this. So, if you're him it should fit, now shouldn't it?
[Ben grabs the Doctor's hand, and slips the ring on. However, the ring is far too big for the Doctor's finger]
Ben Jackson: There... That settles it!
The Doctor: I'd like to see a butterfly fit into a chrysalis case after it's spreads its wings.
Polly Wright: Then you did change!
The Doctor: Life depends on change, and renewal.
Ben Jackson: [sarcastically] Oh, so that's it, you've been renewed, have ya?
The Doctor: [taking Ben's remark seriously] I've been renewed, have I? That's it, I've been renewed! It's part of the TARDIS. Without it I couldn't survive.

[first lines]
Polly Wright: [inside the TARDIS, the Doctor is regenerating. Ben and Polly watch in amazement as the frail old man changes into a younger figure. Ben and Polly discuss the "new" Doctor lying on the floor of the TARDIS] His face, his hair. Look at it!
Ben Jackson: He's breathing, and the TARDIS seems to be normal.
Polly Wright: Ben, what are we going to do? We can't just leave the Doctor there.
Ben Jackson: What, him? The Doctor?
Polly Wright: Well that's who came through the doors - there was no one else outside. Ben, do you remember what he said in the tracking room? Something about "This old body of mine is wearing a bit thin".
Ben Jackson: So he gets himself a new one?
Polly Wright: Well, yes.
Ben Jackson: Do me a favor!
Polly Wright: Then whatever happened, happened in here.
Ben Jackson: But it's impossible!
Polly Wright: Not so long ago we'd have been saying that about a lot of things.
The Doctor: [the Doctor awakens and mutters to himself] Slower. Slower. Concentrate on one thing. One thing. It's over. Hmm, hmm, hmm. It's over.
Ben Jackson: Doctor?
The Doctor: [the Doctor turns and stumbles over the console. Mutters to himself] The muscles are still a bit tight.
Ben Jackson: What are we gonna do?
Polly Wright: It is the Doctor. I know it is... - I think.
Ben Jackson: It's not only his face that's changed. - He doesn't even act like him. Come on, it's time we sorted this out.

Ben Jackson: [Ben walks over to confront the stranger] Now look here!
The Doctor: [thrusts a mirror into Ben's hands] Hold that. Tilt it.
[the doctor sees his previous incarnation in a mirror]
Ben Jackson: [referring to the mirror] Have you done with this?
The Doctor: Put it down. Put it down.
Ben Jackson: Now, what's the game?
The Doctor: [ignoring Ben, the Doctor pulls out an ornamental dagger from one of his pockets. He examines the object thoughtfully] Ah! The Crusades, from Saladin. The Doctor was a great collector wasn't he!
Polly Wright: But you're the Doctor!
The Doctor: Oh, I don't look like him.
Ben Jackson: Who are we?
The Doctor: Don't you know?
[places the dagger back in his pocket, and then brings out a dull-looking piece of metal. A look of fear appears on his face]
The Doctor: Extermination.
[Ben and Polly look at each in mutual puzzlement. The Doctor replaces the metal back in his pocket, and gives a cry of joy when he discovers a magnifying glass. Peering through the magnifying glass, the Doctor studies his hands]
The Doctor: Ah... Oh, very good. Nails need growing.

The Doctor: Come here!
[softly]
The Doctor: Come here. The Doctor kept a diary, didn't he?
Polly Wright: Yes.
The Doctor: I thought so. I wonder where. I wonder where.
Polly Wright: He's a very different Doctor, Ben.
Ben Jackson: Yeah, maybe. Just where do we stand, though?
Polly Wright: Doctor? Doctor, what's going to happen to us?
The Doctor: I think... I think we must have landed for sometime. I think it's time we went for a stroll.
Polly Wright: But you don't know where we've landed!
Ben Jackson: No! You haven't checked the oxygen or the temperature or anything!
The Doctor: [not looking up from the 500 Year Old Diary] Oxygen density 172, radiation nil, temperature 86, strong suggestion of mercury deposits. Satisfied, Ben? Now, are you two coming or are you not?
Polly Wright: He does know us! He said "Ben", didn't you hear him?
Ben Jackson: Yeah, I heard. But he might just have been copying you though, mightn't he?

The Doctor: [about the Dalek metal] A hundred years you say this has been buried?
Lesterson: Oh, at least. Now, there must be something in the inner compartment. We shall be able to find out where it came from originally.
The Doctor: It didn't come from this planet - Vulcan.
Lesterson: Oh no, no, no. The metal is quite alien.
The Doctor: Alien, yes. Very alien. Goodnight.
[the Doctor rapidly and abruptly leaves the lab]
Ben Jackson: What's he up to now?
Polly Wright: Ben, we're not going to let him out of our sight.

[last lines]
The Doctor: [Ben and Polly follow the Doctor into the capsule and find the cobwebbed Daleks] Polly, Ben... come in and meet the Daleks.
Ben Jackson: What?
The Doctor: The Daleks.
Polly Wright: You could have opened this before!
The Doctor: These two pieces of metal are identical. The Doctor got one of them from the Daleks himself.
Ben Jackson: Why do you keep saying the Doctor if you mean you?
The Doctor: I knew I should find them here, I knew it.
Ben Jackson: Ah, they look harmless, not very lively.
Polly Wright: What do you think? Two hundred years in a swamp and you wouldn't look very lively either. Nothing could live through that could it?
Ben Jackson: Live?
The Doctor: Nothing human. No.
Polly Wright: Doctor, look!
Ben Jackson: What's the matter?
The Doctor: [the Doctor has noticed something strange about the floor. He bends down to examine it] There were three Daleks in here! What's happened to the other one?
[Behind the Doctor, a gruesome claw-like appendage crawls from out of the shadows. Paralysed with fear, Ben chokes]
Ben Jackson: Doctor!
[Polly gasps, as the Doctor turns to confront the horror]


"Doctor Who: The Macra Terror: Episode 3 (#4.29)" (1967)
[first lines]
Controller: Keep away. Don't touch me. I'll obey!
[a claw is seen on screen dragging the old man off]
Jamie: What's that? What's happening!
Polly Wright: Doctor, that was it - that thing in the picture! That was the claw! They're in control.
Pilot: Take them out of here. They're condemned to the pits.
Ola: Come on. Get out, all of you. Out! Get out!

Music: We are all happy to work. We are all happy to work. For the good of the Colony. Happy to work. Happy to work.
The Doctor: Ooh!
Polly Wright: What's the matter?
The Doctor: Dreadful. Did you hear that rhyme? The man who wrote that ought to be sent to the Danger Gang, not us. Ha, ha, ha.
Ola: All right. That's enough.

Polly Wright: [an alarm sounds] What's that?
Medok: It's impossible.
Polly Wright: Is it more gas?
Medok: No. It's an escape. That bell means that someone has escaped down here.
Polly Wright: It's Jamie.
Medok: Your friend? That door! I'm going with him.
Polly Wright: Hey, wait! Don't leave me down here.

Officia: Gas centre standing by. What transfers do you wish made?
Control Voice: Prepare for gas to be diverted into the old shaft. Inspect connection immediately and report back.
Polly Wright: The old shaft. Doctor, that's where Jamie is!
The Doctor: So they're going to pour this gas in the old shaft - gas they value above all else. What do you make of that, Polly?
Polly Wright: For goodness sake, Doctor. What are you going on about?
The Doctor: Don't you see? Control are not pouring this poisonous gas into the old shaft to kill Jamie. They've quite another reason.

Polly Wright: Doctor, you've got to do something to help him.
The Doctor: Before we act, we must think. Now, the Macra that have come to the surface of this planet have not found sufficient gas in the atmosphere, so they've had to get somebody to pump it up from down below.
Polly Wright: But, if it's life and death to them, why do they waste it? Why divert it into the old shaft?
The Doctor: [thinking aloud] That's obvious, Polly, obvious. Because there's something trapped down there they wish to keep alive!


"Doctor Who: The Underwater Menace: Episode 1 (#4.19)" (1967)
[last lines]
Polly Wright: [Polly being forcibly prepared for the operation to turn her into a fish] Keep away!
Damon: Bring her here. Don't be difficult, girl. It's quite painless.
[to his assistant]
Damon: Lights.
Polly Wright: No! No!
Damon: We're ready now.
Polly Wright: No! No! Ow! No! No!
[wails]
Damon: One tiny jab, and you'll know nothing more about it until it's all over.

Polly Wright: You're not turning me into a fish!

[first lines]
Jamie McCrimmon: [upon entering the TARDIS for the first time, he looks around him. The central column rises and falls] What's this?
The Doctor: You'll find out.
[operates the controls]
Jamie McCrimmon: Ah, I don't think I want to.
Ben Jackson: It's a machine, my old haggis; it's taken you away from Scotland forever.
Jamie McCrimmon: Where to?
Ben Jackson: Ah, well, that as the Doctor would say, that is in the lap of the gods. We never know.
Jamie McCrimmon: Ah, you'd not be leading me on now, would you? It's a fact; you don't know where we're going?
Polly Wright: Quite true, and what's more we don't even know what year it will be either.
Jamie McCrimmon: Och, now, I don't believe it.
The Doctor: "Nae man can tether time nor tide" - Robert Burns.
Jamie McCrimmon: Hey? Who's Robert Burns?
The Doctor: Oh, I should have remembered.
Polly Wright: What?
The Doctor: Well to Jamie, it's seventeen forty six. Robert Burns wasn't born until seventeen fifty nine.
Ben Jackson: It's all complicated, isn't it?
Jamie McCrimmon: What's happening now?
The Doctor: We're just beginning to land. Hold tight, everyone.
Jamie McCrimmon: Land?
Polly Wright: Don't be scared, Jamie, it's alright, really.
Ben Jackson: I get a sort of queer feeling. See, we never know what we're going to find, do we?
The Doctor: Ah that's the fun. Stand by, here we go.
Polly Wright: Please let it be Chelsea nineteen sixty six.
Ben Jackson: Hope it's the Daleks, I don't think.
The Doctor: Prehistoric monsters...


"Doctor Who: The Tenth Planet: Episode 1 (#4.5)" (1966)
Krail: You must come and live with us.
Polly Wright: But we cannot live with you! You're different. You've got no feelings.
Krail: Feelings? I do not understand that word.
The Doctor: Emotions. Love. Pride. Hate. Fear. Have you no emotions, sir?
Krail: Come to Mondas and you will have no need of emotions. You will become like us.
[Mondas is draining Earth of its energy]
Cyberman: You must come and live with us.
Polly: But we cannot live with you, you're... you're different, you've got no feelings.
Cyberman: Feelings? I do not understand that word.
The Doctor: Emotions! Love, pride, hate, fear! Have you no emotions, sir?
Cyberman: Come to Mondas and you will have no need of emotions. You will become like us.
Polly: Like you?
Cyberman: We have freedom from disease, protection against heat and cold, true mastery. Do you prefer to die in misery?
Polly: But look, surely I... it's possible for us not to lose Earth's energy?
Cyberman: It is inevitable.
Polly: Then you don't mind if we all die.
Cyberman: Why should we mind?
The Doctor: [outraged] WHY? WHY?
Polly: Because millions and millions of people are going to suffer and die horribly!
Cyberman: We shall not be affected.
Polly: Don't you think of anything except yourselves?
Cyberman: We are equipped to survive. We are only interested in survival. Anything else is of no importance. Your deaths will not affect us.
Polly: But I can't make you understand, you're condemning us all to die! Have you no heart?
Cyberman: No, that is one of the weaknesses that we have removed.

Krail: We are called Cybermen. We were exactly like you once, but our race was getting weak. Our life spans were getting shorter, so our doctors and scientists devised spare parts for our bodies until we could be completely replaced.
Polly Wright: But that means you're not like us. You're robots.
Krail: Our brains are just like yours, except that certain weaknesses have been removed. You call them emotions, do you not?
Polly Wright: But that's terrible. You mean you wouldn't care about someone if they were in pain?
Krail: There would be no point. We do not feel pain.
Polly Wright: But we do.

Polly Wright: It's 1986! Oh no, and I thought we'd be able to get home!
Ben Jackson: Yeah, we're still at sea. Hey, but that'll explain the few people. And them computers must all work now! And what if they've got to the moon yet?
Dyson: Sure! Don't you listen to the news?
Ben Jackson: You mean you have sent people to the moon?
Dyson: Yeah, an expedition just returned!


"Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks: Episode 2 (#4.10)" (1966)
Ben Jackson: Of course, the real Doctor was always going on about the Daleks.
Polly Wright: Real Doctor?
The Doctor: Real Doctor? Oh, you mean the real Doctor.
Ben Jackson: Yeah, now I've seen that claw thing, well, wouldn't want to shake hands with it, let's put it that way.
Polly Wright: Doctor, look, if they're that dangerous, what are you going to do about it?
The Doctor: Save my breath. Would Lesterson listen? Uh, uh. Lesterson listen. Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen. Exercises the tongue. Try it! Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen...
Ben Jackson: Look, they think you're the Examiner, order them to destroy the Daleks! Well, chuck your weight about.
Polly Wright: [repeating in the background] Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen...
Polly Wright, The Doctor: [in unison] Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen, Lesterson listen...
Lesterson: [interrupts] What do you think you're doing in here?
[the Doctor looks towards the ceiling]

Ben Jackson: You know, it's little things like this that make it difficult to believe that you're the Doctor.
The Doctor: Ahh.
Ben Jackson: The other one, I mean. The proper one. Oh nuts, you know what I mean.
The Doctor: Nuts? Yes, certainly, here we are. Crackers?
Ben Jackson: You, my old china, are an out and out phoney!
The Doctor: China, yes, I went there once I believe. Met Marco Polo!
Ben Jackson: No, not China. China! China and plate, mate, friend.
The Doctor: Yes, Marco Polo a friend? I believe he was.
Polly Wright: Don't listen to him, Doctor. I know who you are.

The Doctor: [about the Daleks] I know the misery they cause, - the destruction. But there's something else more terrible - something I can only half remember.
Polly Wright: Doctor, what was it?


"Doctor Who: The Macra Terror: Episode 2 (#4.28)" (1967)
Ben Jackson: [Polly screams] What's the matter with you?
[Polly points into the darkness]
Ben Jackson: There's nothing there.
Polly Wright: But, there was! I saw it! A huge face, like an insect, or a giant crab. It was horrible and it was looking at us and... And... And it had claws. Claws like we saw on the time scanner.
Ben Jackson: There's nothing there. Come on.
Polly Wright: No, not that way.
Ben Jackson: Look you're just trying to dodge off.
Polly Wright: No, no. Please no. I'm not, but... but please look.
Ben Jackson: There is nothing there!
Polly Wright: Ben.
[the Macra creature appears]
Polly Wright: What is it?
Ben Jackson: I... I don't know.
Polly Wright: Well, what are we going to do?
Ben Jackson: There is nothing evil or harmful in this colony.
Polly Wright: How can you believe that sludge?
Ben Jackson: It stands to reason. It's safe. There is nothing here.
[a giant claw grabs Polly. Ben grabs a piece of timber and desperately beats at the claw]
Polly Wright: [screams] Ben! What is it? Help me! Get it off me, Ben! It's got my foot! Oh, Ben! Help me, Ben! Help me! Help me!
[She screams. Ben fights the creature. The creature releases Polly and moves away]
Polly Wright: Oh, it was horrible!
Ben Jackson: It's all right. I think it's going away.
[Polly is still shaken]
Polly Wright: Ben, behind you! There's another one!
[screams]
Polly Wright: Ahh! Ben, they're all around us!
Ben Jackson: Polly, you make a run for it, and I'll keep them here.
Polly Wright: No, you won't stand a chance.
Ben Jackson: We can't stop here. Come on, quick! Ahh!
Polly Wright: Ahh!
[Polly and Ben run straight into a Macra]

[last lines]
Controller: I... I will tell them. I will tell them. I... I'll do what you say. Keep away. Don't touch me! I'll obey!
[a claw is seen on screen dragging the old man off]
Jamie: What's that? What's happening!
Polly Wright: Doctor, that was it: that thing in the picture! That was the claw! They're in control.
Pilot: Take them out of here. They are condemned to the pits!
Polly Wright: Macra!
Pilot: Take them away!
Polly Wright: They're in control!


"Doctor Who: The Moonbase: Episode 1 (#4.23)" (1967)
[first lines]
Ben Jackson: Doctor, do something!
The Doctor: I'm trying to!
[the Doctor adjusts some controls and soon everything returns to normal]
The Doctor: Everything back under control again.
Ben Jackson: Here, we're landing! Look! Coming at a fair rate!
Jamie McCrimmon: Oh, thank the lord for that. You know, Doctor, I'll never ask you to do that again.
The Doctor: I see no reason for that.
Polly Wright: [staring at the scanner] Anyway, Doctor, you... you've done it. It's Mars! It must be. You've landed the TARDIS exactly where you said you would.

Jamie McCrimmon: [softly] The Piper! The McCrimmon Piper! Don't let him get me!
The Doctor: Piper?
Polly Wright: Some legend of his clan. As far, as I can make out - this piper appears to a McCrimmon just before he dies.
The Doctor: Has this phantom piper appeared to Jamie yet?
Polly Wright: You don't believe it, do you?
The Doctor: No, but he does. It's important to him.
Polly Wright: He keeps asking us to keep the piper away from him.
The Doctor: Good. We can see if we can do just that.
[walks away thinking]


"Doctor Who: The Underwater Menace: Episode 4 (#4.22)" (1967)
[last lines]
The Doctor: Right. Off we go into the wide blue yonder, as someone was once heard to remark.
Polly Wright: Hooray.
Ben Jackson: Yeah, I'm not sorry to be out of that place. Poo, Jamie you don't half stink of fish!
Jamie McCrimmon: Oh, you want to take a wee sniff of yourself, Benjamin. He's not exactly a bonnie bunch of heather.
[Ben laughs]
The Doctor: You sound very happy, Jamie.
Jamie McCrimmon: Oh aye, Doctor, I am now. You know I never thought I'd say this, but well it's great.
Polly Wright: What is?
Jamie McCrimmon: All this. I'll never know what makes it go, mind you, but, well at least I feel safe in here. It's only the wee things outside that are, well, alarming.
The Doctor: You've got a point there.
Ben Jackson: Yeah, you can say that again.
Jamie McCrimmon: It's a fact, though, Doctor? You can't exactly control the TARDIS?
The Doctor: Control it? Course I can control it.
Jamie McCrimmon: No-no what I meant was, can you not exactly make it go where you mean it to?
The Doctor: If I wanted to. It's just that I've never wanted to.
Ben Jackson: Oh, yes, I bet.
Polly Wright: Ooow.
The Doctor: Right! Just for that, I'll show you. Now, where shall we go? I know, let's go to Mars.
[the Doctor operates a control. The TARDIS lurches violently]
Polly Wright: Aaah! Doctor, what's happening?
Ben Jackson: Can't you do something?
The Doctor: Do something? I seem to have done something. It's all your fault, wanting me to tamper with the steering. I'm very sorry, everybody, but I'm afraid the Tardis is out of control!
Polly Wright: Aaaaaaaaaaah!


"Doctor Who: The Smugglers: Episode 1 (#4.1)" (1966)
Churchwarden: Hey! One more word, sir.
[the Doctor turns again to face the Churchwarden]
Churchwarden: If you should come this way again and find me gone, remember these words. This is Deadman's secret key: Smallwood, Ringwood, Gurney.
The Doctor: Eh, but what to, ah... What's the purpose, sir?
Churchwarden: It's a secret worth remembering...
The Doctor: Yes...
Churchwarden: ...for this kindness...
The Doctor: ...thank you. Thank you indeed...
[points to the Churchwarden's hand]
The Doctor: ...and I think that's going to be all right now. Yes. Ye... heh, heh... s. Goodbye, sir. Goodbye.
[to Polly and Ben]
The Doctor: Come along.
Polly Wright: Goodbye. Thank you.
Churchwarden: God bless.
[the Doctor, Ben and Polly walk off into the night. None of them see the bald seaman watching from behind cover. The seaman watches the trio walk away, then pulls out a knife and walks into the church]


"Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks: Episode 6 (#4.14)" (1966)
Dalek #2: Obey or you shall be exterminated.
Quinn: I thought they obeyed us?
Polly: What do we do now, Doctor?
Quinn: [quickly glancing up and down the corridor] This way.
Dalek #2: [the Doctor, Polly, and Quinn rush back down the corridor. The guards hesitate a moment, before deciding to follow them. The two Daleks watch intently as the humans leave] They will be exterminated.


"Doctor Who: The Moonbase: Episode 2 (#4.24)" (1967)
[last lines]
Hobson: What are you doing?
Dr. Who: Just be patient. Just as I thought. A large, neurotropic virus.
Hobson: What, like the space plague?
Dr. Who: No. It's a large, infective agent that only attacks the nerves. That's why the patients have got these lines on their faces and their hands. It follows the course of the nerves under the skin.
Hobson: That's all very well, but how did it get in here?
Dr. Who: Oh, it is the Cybermen. I believe they have deliberately infected the base.
Hobson: My men have searched every square inch of the base. There's no space to hide a cat, let alone a Cyberman! Anyhow, how did they get in?
Dr. Who: [realizing something] One moment.
Hobson: What is it?
Dr. Who: You say you searched all the base?
Hobson: Yes. What of it?
Dr. Who: Every nook and cranny?
Hobson: Yes.
Dr. Who: No chance of anyone hiding anywhere?
Hobson: None whatever.
Dr. Who: Did your men search in here?
Hobson: Well...
Dr. Who: Did they?
Hobson: Well,
[sighs]
Hobson: there are always people in here so they thought that...
Dr. Who: [whispering urgently] Did they search in here?
Hobson: No!
Polly: But there's nowhere in here they could hide.
[the Doctor inspects all the beds in turn until he comes to one particular bed, where he sees the boots of a Cyberman sticking out]
Polly: Oh no! No! No! Oh no!


"Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones: Episode 2 (#4.32)" (1967)
[first lines]
Commandant: You're quite sure you've never met these men? They say they know you.
Polly Wright: But they can't know me. This is my first visit to England!
Jamie: But Polly, it's us, me and the Doctor!
Dr. Who: Would you mind telling us your name?
Polly Wright: I am Michelle Leuppi from Zurich.
Dr. Who: You have a passport?
Polly Wright: Yes, of course. Here.
[she hands it over]
Polly Wright: Have I done something wrong?
Commandant: Oh no, I don't suppose there's anything for you to worry about, Miss. May I just ask what you're doing in England?
Polly Wright: I have come here to work. Look, here is my work permit.
Commandant: Oh, yes, that's quite in order. Thank you. Excuse me.
Dr. Who: Where did you learn such excellent English?
Polly Wright: I had an English governess. Would you mind telling me what's happening?
Commandant: Nothing that need concern you, miss, everything's perfectly order. Now if you'd just like to go through there?
Polly Wright: Thank you.
Jamie: Polly, wait!
Commandant: Just a minute young man.
Jamie: But she's a friend of ours - and she saw the murder!
Commandant: You're going to wait here until the Superintendent of police arrives - now understand that?
Dr. Who: Ah, you're going to tell him about the dead body, very sensible.
Commandant: No. I am going to tell him about you.
[into the phone]
Commandant: Put me through to Superintendent Reynolds.
Dr. Who: [whispering] Jamie, I don't think we're very welcome here. When I say run, we run!
Commandant: [into the phone] Hello Super, Commandant. I've got a couple of illegal entrants here. Yes... Immigration Desk Number Five.
Dr. Who: Run!
[before anyone can stop them the Doctor and Jamie shoot past the barrier and run out of the reception area, disappearing into the crowds that throng the main concourse]


"Doctor Who: The Moonbase: Episode 3 (#4.25)" (1967)
[last lines]
Polly: [rubbing herself] Oh, it's freezing. Do you think we should have our suits on?
Ben: Oh no, it's all right love. Get a gorgeous suntan.
Hobson: Can't see anything.
Nils: Just to the left of the launching area. Around a bit to your left.
Hobson: [peering] Still can't see anything.
Benoit: [pointing] No, it's there, look! Reflections from the sun!
[There is a flash of silver]
Hobson: You're right. There is something. It's them! They're coming! Everybody inside! Quick!
[they all rush back inside the protected dome as a group of Cybermen make their way to the Moonbase]


"Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones: Episode 1 (#4.31)" (1967)
[last lines]
Dr. Who: [happy to see Polly] Commandant, this is the girl I was telling you about.
Polly: [Polly gives him a puzzled look] I beg your pardon?
Commandant: Do you know these gentlemen?
Polly: No. Why? Should I?
Commandant: According to them, they know you.
Dr. Who: Now where have you been, Polly?
Polly: Polly? My name isn't Polly. You must have made a mistake. I've never seen them before in my life!


"Doctor Who: The Tenth Planet: Episode 2 (#4.6)" (1966)
Polly: But don't you care?
Krail: Care?No, why should I care?
Polly: Because they're people and they're going to die!
Krail: I do not understand you, there are people dying all over your world, yet you do not care about them.