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Liz Shaw (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (1963)

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"Doctor Who: The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 6 (#7.17)" (1970)
Dr. Liz Shaw: General Carrington!
General Carrington: Miss Shaw!
Dr. Liz Shaw: How on earth did you find us?
Doctor Who: I think the General knew all along.
General Carrington: You're not surprised to see me?
Doctor Who: Not particularly, no.
General Carrington: I'm surprised to see you, Doctor. My instructions were that you were to be killed!
Doctor Who: Well, somebody disobeyed your instructions. Didn't they?
General Carrington: I'll have to attend to the matter myself. I'm sorry, Doctor, it's my moral duty.


"Doctor Who: The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 1 (#7.12)" (1970)
The Doctor: [after Liz reappears] Oh, there you are.
Dr. Liz Shaw: Wow, what happened?
The Doctor: Well, we both got caught in the time warp field, and were projected into the future.
Dr. Liz Shaw: Into the future?
The Doctor: Yes, but only by fifteen seconds.
Dr. Liz Shaw: But I haven't been anywhere. You vanished.
The Doctor: No, no. You vanished first. I only seemed to have vanished because you went into the future, and I wasn't there yet.


"Doctor Who: The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 7 (#7.18)" (1970)
Dr. Liz Shaw: General Carrington!
General Carrington: Miss Shaw!
Dr. Liz Shaw: How on earth did you find us?
Doctor Who: I think the General knew all along.
General Carrington: You're not surprised to see me?
Doctor Who: Not particularly, no.
General Carrington: I'm surprised to see you, Doctor. My instructions were that you were to be killed!
Doctor Who: Well, somebody disobeyed your instructions. Didn't they?
General Carrington: I'll have to attend to the matter myself. I'm sorry, Doctor, it's my moral duty.


"Doctor Who: The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 3 (#7.14)" (1970)
[first lines]
Dr. Liz Shaw: Hello Recovery 6. Do you read me? Hello Recovery 6. Do you read me?
Charles Van Lyden: Hello Space Control. This is Recovery 7. Will you clear us for re-entry?
Prof. Ralph Cornish: Charlie! This is Ralph Cornish. You are back at Space Control. Open the capsule.
Charles Van Lyden: We are not cleared for re-entry.
Prof. Ralph Cornish: Charlie, you're back at Space Control. What's wrong? Open the hatch!
Charles Van Lyden: Hello Space Control. This is Recovery 7. Will you clear us for re-entry?
Doctor Who: Let me try. Hello, Van Lytton. What is the capital of Australia?
Charles Van Lyden: We are not cleared for re-entry.
Doctor Who: How many beans make five?
Charles Van Lyden: Hello Space Control. This is Recovery 7. Will you clear us for re-entry?
Doctor Who: Van Lytton?
Charles Van Lyden: We are not cleared for re-entry.
Doctor Who: Right. Cut it open!


"Doctor Who: The Ambassadors of Death: Episode 2 (#7.13)" (1970)
[last lines]
Dr. Liz Shaw: Hello Recovery 6. Do you read me? Hello Recovery 6. Do you read me?
Charles Van Lyden: Hello Space Control. This is Recovery 7. Will you clear us for re-entry?
Prof. Ralph Cornish: Charlie! This is Ralph Cornish. You are back at Space Control. Open the capsule.
Charles Van Lyden: We are not cleared for re-entry.
Prof. Ralph Cornish: Charlie, you're back at Space Control. What's wrong? Open the hatch!
Charles Van Lyden: Hello Space Control. This is Recovery 7. Will you clear us for re-entry?
Doctor Who: Let me try. Hello, Van Lytton. What is the capital of Australia?
Charles Van Lyden: We are not cleared for re-entry.
Doctor Who: How many beans make five?
Charles Van Lyden: Hello Space Control. This is Recovery 7. Will you clear us for re-entry?
Doctor Who: Van Lytton?
Charles Van Lyden: We are not cleared for re-entry.
Doctor Who: Right. Cut it open!


"Doctor Who: Spearhead from Space: Episode 2 (#7.2)" (1970)
Liz Shaw: What are you a doctor *of*, by the way?
Doctor Who: Practically everything, my dear.