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Zoe Heriot (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (1963)

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"Doctor Who: The Wheel in Space: Episode 3 (#5.37)" (1968)
Zoe: How did you pilot the rocket, Doctor?
Dr. Who: I don't think we've met have we?
Dr. Gemma Corwyn: Zoe... Doctor... John Smith, isn't it?
[the Doctor looks about for Dr. John Smith]
Jamie: [pushing the Doctor a little bit to get his attention] John... John...
[the Doctor realises that John Smith is himself]
Dr. Who: [pushing the Doctor a little bit to get his attention] John... John...
[the Doctor realises that John Smith is himself]
Zoe: I'm an astrophysicist. Pure-mathematics major.
Dr. Gemma Corwyn: With honors.
Dr. Who: Oh, I am impressed.
Dr. Gemma Corwyn: We use Zoe as our second opinion.
Zoe: [to the Doctor] You didn't answer my question.
Dr. Who: What question?
Jamie: [to Zoe] You know, I surprised you didn't know the answer. Now, don't tell me there is something you can't work out!
Zoe: [to the Doctor] How did you pilot the rocket ship? You see, I've calculated its original course. It was a surface and supply station for Number Five Station, overdue and presumed lost nine weeks ago. Well the rocket couldn't have drifted eighty seven million miles off course.
Dr. Who: So what's your theory?
Zoe: Well, there is a record of the last contract with the Silver Carrier rocket. It had seven million miles to touchdown, and enough fuel for twenty million. Well, it couldn't have drifted here off course in the time involved. It must have been driven and piloted.
Jamie: Och, you are a right wee space-detective!
Zoe: There's only one solution. That rocket was re-fuelled in space. - Provided for at least with another twelve fuel rods.
Dr. Who: Well, it is an interesting theory...
Zoe: Oh, it isn't a theory. You can't disprove the facts. It's pure logic.
Dr. Who: Logic, my dear Zoe, merely enables one to be wrong with authority. Supposing there was a faulty automatic pilot?
Zoe: To drive a rocket eighty seven million miles on fuel for twenty million?
Dr. Who: Well, it's a possibility.
Zoe: That rocket was driven here somehow. I know it was.

Zoe: The X-rays are processed now. Can you turn the light out, Jamie?
[Jamie turns out the lights]
Dr. Who: Here we go. Now, let's see what we've got.
[an image of a Cybermat is projected on the wall]
Zoe: What's that?
Dr. Who: It's a Cybermat!
Jamie: Aye!
Dr. Who: The lights, Jamie, the lights!
[the lights come back on]
Dr. Who: Cybermats!
Jamie: That means the Cybermen must be here, too!
Dr. Who: Yes... And there's only one place they can be. - On that rocket!

"Doctor Who: The Mind Robber: Episode 1 (#6.6)" (1968)
Jamie: Come on, back to the TARDIS.
Zoe Heriot: Is that the right way?
Jamie: Of course it's the right way... Oh... Err... No, it could be... erm... oh.
Zoe Heriot: We're lost, aren't we?
Jamie: No, I wouldn't say that. We're just err... well, the... um... We're just a...
Jamie: You want to know something?
Zoe Heriot: What?
Jamie: I think we're lost.
Zoe Heriot: Oh, this isn't a joke, Jamie!
Jamie: No, you're right. The Doctor was saying that those images we saw on the scanner were put here to tempt us out.
Zoe Heriot: Well, if somebody was trying to tempt us away, where are they? And who are they?
Jamie: Aye. Aye. Well, let's not be in too much of a hurry to find that out, ey?
Zoe Heriot: But, what are we going to do?
Jamie: Well, the TARDIS can't be that far away. No, if we stand here and shout for The Doctor, when he hears us, he can guide us back. Doctor!
Zoe Heriot: Doctor! Can you here us?

"Doctor Who: The Dominators: Episode 4 (#6.4)" (1968)
Zoe: Quickly, Doctor! He's taking the device out of its case now. Oh, Jamie he'll be too late! He's putting it in now. It's gone!
Dr. Who: Oh!
Jamie: Doctor, have you caught it? Quick out. Well?
Kando: Oh thank goodness!
Cully: We're saved! We're saved, then!
Dr. Who: No not just yet. I've still got to defuse it before they explode it. Oh! Oh my word!
Zoe: What?
Dr. Who: Well, it's sealed! It's completely sealed! I can't possibly undo it!

"Doctor Who: The Wheel in Space: Episode 4 (#5.38)" (1968)
Zoe: I don't want to be thought of as a freak. Leo said that I was like a robot, a machine. Well I think he's right. My head has been pumped full of facts and figures which I reel out automatically when needed. But, well, I want to feel things as well.

"Doctor Who: The Wheel in Space: Episode 2 (#5.36)" (1968)
Zoe Heriot: [notices that Jamie has entered the room] Sorry. You must be...
[breaks off into uncontrollable laughter]
Jamie McCrimmon: Hey, what are you laughing at?
Zoe Heriot: Your clothes. You're wearing female garments.
Jamie McCrimmon: Female? Look I have you know this is a kilt. Have you never seen it before?
Zoe Heriot: [to herself] Kilt? Kilt. A barbaric form of garment as worn by a kiltie! Are you of Scandinavian origin? Danish?
Jamie McCrimmon: [annoyed] No I am not. I am a true bred Scot! And I just stand...
Zoe Heriot: Oh, a Scot! Scotland, of course. Pre-century history isn't my field you see.
Jamie McCrimmon: Aye, maybe not but just you watch you lip or I'll put you across my knee and larrup you.
Zoe Heriot: [laughing] Oh, this is going to be fun! I shall learn a lot from you. Come on James Robert McCrimmon, do you know anything about interstellar flora?
Jamie McCrimmon: [lost] Hey?

"Doctor Who: The Dominators: Episode 5 (#6.5)" (1968)
Dr. Who: Oh! Oh, my word!
Zoe: What?
Dr. Who: Well, it's sealed! It's completely sealed! I can't possibly undo it!