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Wilfred Mott (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (2005)

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"Doctor Who: The End of Time: Part One" (2009)
The Doctor: I'm going to die.
Wilfred Mott: Well, so am I one day.
The Doctor: Don't you dare!
Wilfred Mott: Alright, I'll try not to.

Wilfred Mott: You're so clever, can't you bring her memory back? Just go to her now, go on, just run across the street, go up and say hello!
The Doctor: If she ever remembers me her mind will burn and she will die!
Donna Noble: [to meter maid outside] Don't you touch this car!
The Doctor: [laughing] She's not changed.

Wilfred Mott: Have you got anyone?
The Doctor: No. Traveling alone. I thought it was better, I thought... but I did some things, they went wrong... I need
[breaks down]

The Doctor: [Noticing Wilfred looking around the TARDIS] Ah. Right. Yes. Bigger on the inside. Do you like it?
Wilfred Mott: I thought it'd be cleaner.
The Doctor: Cleaner? I can take you back home right now!

The Doctor: [referring to Donna and Shawn] She's got him.
Wilfred Mott: She's making do.
The Doctor: Aren't we all.
Wilfred Mott: Yeah, how 'bout you? Who have you got now?
The Doctor: No-one. Traveling alone. I thought it would be better, I thought... But I did some things that went wrong. I need...
[nearly breaks down]
Wilfred Mott: Oh my word.
The Doctor: [pulls himself together] Merry Christmas.
Wilfred Mott: Yeah, and you.

Wilfred Mott: What is it? What have you done, you monster?
The Master: Oh, I'm sorry, are you talking to me?
[as Joshua]
The Master: Or to me?
[as Abigail]
The Master: Or to me?
[as Danes]
The Master: Or to me?
[as three guards]
The Master: Or to us?
[as Trinity Wells]
The Master: Breaking News: I'm Everyone, And Everyone In The World Is Me!
[as President Barack Obama]
The Master: I'm President! President of the United States! Look at me!
[the press pool, full of Masters, some of them cross-dressers, applaud heartily]
The Master: Oh! Financial solution... DELETED!
The Original Master: The human race was always your favourite, Doctor. But now, there is no human race. There is only... the Master race!
[the Doctor watches helpless as the Master laughs. The whole of humanity, transformed into clones of the Master, laugh with him]

Sylvia Noble: Stay right where you are!
The Doctor: You can't come with me
Wilfred Mott: Well, you're not leaving me with her
Sylvia Noble: DAD!
The Doctor: Fair Enough

The Woman: It's said a demon fell from the sky. Then a man appeared, a man in a blue box. The called him the 'Sainted Physician'. He smote the demon and then disappeared.
Wilfred Mott: There's a bit of a coincidence.
The Woman: It's said there's no such thing as coincidence. Who knows? Perhaps he's coming back.
Wilfred Mott: Oh, that would make my Christmas.


"Doctor Who: The Stolen Earth (#4.12)" (2008)
Dalek: Halt! You will come with me!
Wilfred Mott: [holds up his paint gun] Will I heck!
[Wilfred shoots the Dalek's eyestalk with paint; the paint burns off]
Dalek: My vision is *not* impaired.

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

Wilfred Mott: Can we swap guns?

Wilfred Mott: It's gone dark... it's them aliens again, I'll bet my pension. What do you want this time, you green swine? You get back inside, Sylvia, they always want the women!


"Doctor Who: Partners in Crime (#4.1)" (2008)
Wilfred Mott: [looking at the night sky] ... one day; 100 years time we'll be striding out amongst the stars. Dueling about with all them aliens. Just you wait.
Donna Noble: [smiling] You really believe in all that stuff, don't you?
Wilfred Mott: [chuckles] All over the place these days. If I wait here long enough...
Donna Noble: I don't suppose you've seen a little blue box?
Wilfred Mott: Is that slang for something?
Donna Noble: [laughs] No. I mean it. If you ever see a little blue box fly up there in the sky, you shout for me Gramps. Oh you just shout.

[last lines] [sees the Tardis fly by]
Wilfred Mott: Th-
[shouts]
Wilfred Mott: Donna, it's the flying blue box!
[looks up again; then looks through his telescope to see Donna waving at him]
Wilfred Mott: Wha- That's,
[looks though the telescope again]
Wilfred Mott: that's Donna!
Wilfred Mott: [sees the Doctor wave also] And that's him. That's him!
[cheers]
Wilfred Mott: That's him!
[throws his hat in the air; laughs and cheers]
Wilfred Mott: Go on girl! Go on, get out there!
[whistles; laughing as he dances around]

[after spending all day hiding in a toilet stall, Donna emerges, but then gets a call from her mother, and hides back in the stall]
Donna Noble: Not now!
Sylvia Noble: I need the car. Where are you?
Donna Noble: [improvising, and whispering] The car went missing!
Sylvia Noble: Why are you whispering?
Donna Noble: I'm in church.
Sylvia Noble: What would you do in church?
Donna Noble: I'm praying.
Sylvia Noble: [scoffs] A bit late for that, I imagine.
Wilfred Mott: What's she in church for?
Sylvia Noble: Hush, you! Go up the hill.
[to Donna]
Sylvia Noble: Well, I need the car. I'm going out with Suzette Chambers. She's asked all the Wednesday girls. Apparently she's been on those ADIPOSE pills. She says she looks marvelous.
[Donna hangs up because Miss Foster and her bodyguards have burst into the bathroom and are looking for her]
Miss Foster: We know you're in here. So let's make this nice and easy and show yourself.
[Donna puts her feet up to hide herself]
Miss Foster: I'm waiting. I warn you, I'm not a patient woman, so out you come!
[nothing]
Miss Foster: Right, we'll do it the hard way.
[to her bodyguards]
Miss Foster: Get her!
1st Foster Guard: [kicks open each stall's door. He does this four times. On the fifth door, he bursts down the door to reveal Penny Carter]
Miss Foster: [lowers her glasses] There you are.
[takes Penny into custody]
Penny Carter: I've been through the records, Foster, and all of your results have been faked! There's something about those pills that you're not telling us!
Miss Foster: Oh, I think I'll be conducting this interview, Penny.
[Donna looks on as Miss Foster and her bodyguards take Penny away]


"Doctor Who: The End of Time: Part Two" (2010)
Wilfred Mott: [stuck in the chamber] I'm sorry. Look, just leave me.
The Doctor: [smiles] Okay, right then, I will.
[bitter]
The Doctor: 'Cause you had to go in there, didn't you? You had to go in there and get stuck, oh yes. 'Cause that's who you are, Wilfred. You were always this, waiting for me, all this time.
Wilfred Mott: No, really, just leave me. I'm an old man, Doctor. I've had my time.
The Doctor: Well, exactly, look at you, not remotely important. But me... I could do so much more.
[raging]
The Doctor: So much more!
[quietly]
The Doctor: But this is what I get. My reward.
[angrily sweeping desk clear]
The Doctor: But it's not fair!
[finally looks at Wilf, to himself]
The Doctor: Ohhh... I've lived too long.
[starts walking towards the chamber]
Wilfred Mott: No. No, no, please, please don't. No, don't, don't, please don't... please!
The Doctor: [gently] Wilfred, it's my honor.
[briskly]
The Doctor: Better be quick... three... two... one.

The Doctor: I'd be proud.
Wilfred Mott: Of what?
The Doctor: If you were my dad.
Wilfred Mott: Come on, don't start. You were told that he would knock four times, and then you die. Well, that's him, isn't it? The Master, that noise in his head. The Master is going to kill you.
The Doctor: Yeah.
Wilfred Mott: Then kill him first.
The Doctor: That's how the Master started. It's not like I'm an innocent. I've taken lives. And I got worse, I got clever. Manipulated people into taking their own. Sometimes I think a Timelord lives too long. I can't. I just can't.
Wilfred Mott: If The Master dies, what happens to all the people?
The Doctor: I don't know.
Wilfred Mott: Doctor, what happens?
The Doctor: The template snaps.
Wilfred Mott: Will they go back to being human, they're alive and human? Then don't you dare, sir, don't you dare put him before them. Now you take this, that's an order, Doctor. You take the gun, you take the gun and save your life. And please don't die, you're the most wonderful man on earth! I don't want you to die!

Wilfred Mott: God Bless the Cactuses.
The Doctor: That's Cacti
Rossiter: That's racist!


"Doctor Who: Turn Left (#4.11)" (2008)
Donna Noble: [as Rocco is taken to one of Britain's new 'Labour camps'] It'll be quiet with him gone. Still, we'll have more room...
Wilfred Mott: [in tears and horrified] Labour camps... that's what they called them last time.
Donna Noble: What'd you mean?
Wilfred Mott: It's happening again.
Donna Noble: What is?

[to Wilfred, who is wearing a headband with reindeer antlers]
Sylvia Noble: Dad, take that thing off!
Wilfred Mott: I shan't, it's Christmas.


"Doctor Who: The Poison Sky (#4.5)" (2008)
Wilfred Mott: I won't tell her. Best not... just keep it as our little secret, eh?
Donna Noble: [brief smile] Yeah.
Wilfred Mott: And you go with him, that wonderful Doctor. You go and see the stars...
[emotion in his voice]
Wilfred Mott: Then, bring a bit of them back for your old Gramps.
[tears in her eyes, nods and gets up to leave; stops to hug him, kisses him on the head]
Donna Noble: Love you.
[walks away; trying not to cry]


"Doctor Who: Journey's End (#4.13)" (2008)
[last lines]
The Doctor: [noticing the rain] Oh! Get quite a bit of this, atmospheric disturbance. Still, it'll pass. Everything does. Bye then, Wilfred.
Wilfred Mott: Oh, Doctor... what about you now? Who've you got? I mean... all those friends of yours...
The Doctor: They've all got someone else. Still, that's fine. I'm fine.
Wilfred Mott: I'll watch out for you, sir.
The Doctor: You can't ever tell her!
Wilfred Mott: No, no, no...
Wilfred Mott: But, every night, Doctor... when it gets dark, and the stars come out, I'll look up... on her behalf. I'll look up at the sky... and think of you.
The Doctor: Thank you.