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Amelia (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (2005)

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"Doctor Who: The Eleventh Hour (#5.1)" (2010)
The Doctor: How many rooms?
Amy Pond: I'm sorry, what?
The Doctor: On this floor, how many rooms? Count them for me now.
Amy Pond: Why?
The Doctor: Because it will change your life.
Amy Pond: [pause] Five. One, two, three, four, five
The Doctor: Six.
Amy Pond: Six?
The Doctor: Look.
Amy Pond: Look where?
The Doctor: Exactly where you don't want to look, where you never want to look. The corner of your eye. Look behind you.

The Doctor: These are all coma patients?
Rory: Yeah
The Doctor: No, they're all the multiform. Eight comas, eight disguises for Prisoner Zero
Amy Pond: He had a dog, though. There's a dog in a coma?
The Doctor: Well, coma patient dreams he's walking a dog, Prisoner Zero gets a dog. Laptop! Your friend, what was his name, not him, the good looking one!
Rory: Thanks!
Amy Pond: Jeff.
Rory: Oh, thanks.

Rory: Amy, he's taking his clothes off.
The Doctor: Turn your back if it embarrasses you.
Rory: Are you stealing clothes now? Those clothes belong to people you know.
[turns around]
Rory: [to Amy] Are you not going to turn your back?
Amy Pond: [gazing intently at The Doctor] Nope.

Amy Pond: Will that door hold it?
The Doctor: Oh yeah, yeah, course! It's an interdimensional multi-form from outer space, they're all 'terrified' of wood!

Mrs Angelo: Amy, who is your friend?
The Doctor: Who's Amy? You were Amelia!
Amy Pond: Yeah, now I'm Amy!
The Doctor: Amelia Pond - that was a great name!
Amy Pond: Bit fairy tale.
Mrs Angelo: I know you, don't I?
The Doctor: Not me - brand new face
[Pulls a funny face]
The Doctor: First time on. And what sort of job is a kissogram?
Amy Pond: I go to parties, and I... kiss people. With outfits. It's a laugh!
The Doctor: You were a little girl five minutes ago!
Amy Pond: You're worse than my aunt!
The Doctor: I'm the Doctor, I'm worse than everybody's aunt!
[Turns to Mrs Angelo]
The Doctor: And that is *not* how I'm introducing myself!

The Doctor: You wanted to come fourteen years ago. What happened?
Amy Pond: I grew up.
The Doctor: [He smiles] Don't worry. I'll soon fix that.
[He snaps his fingers and the TARDIS's door opens]

Amy Pond: And you kept the clothes.
The Doctor: Well I just saved the world... the whole planet for about the millionth time, no charge, yeah, shoot me, I kept the clothes.
Amy Pond: Including the bow tie.
The Doctor: Yeah, it's cool, bow ties are cool.
Amy Pond: Are you from another planet?
The Doctor: Yeah.
Amy Pond: Okay...
The Doctor: So what do you think?
Amy Pond: What?
The Doctor: Other planets. Wanna check some out?

[the Atraxi have returned in response to the phone call from The Doctor]
Amy Pond: So this was a good idea was it? They were leaving!
The Doctor: Leaving is good - never coming back is better!

Amy Pond: So that thing, *that* hid in my house for 12 years?
The Doctor: Multiform can live for millenia - 12 years is just a pit stop!

The Doctor: [Locking the door with the sonic screwdriver] Kissogram?
Amy Pond: Yes! A Kissogram! What's going on?
The Doctor: Why did you pretend to be a policewoman?
[Runs towards the TARDIS]
Amy Pond: [Chasing after him] You broke into my house! It was either this or a French Maid! What's going on? Tell me!

The Doctor: [the Doctor has grabbed Rory's cameraphone and looked at the picture] The sun's going out and you're photographing a man and a dog. Why?
Rory: [Notices Amy standing next to him] Amy!
Amy Pond: Hi
[Turns to the Doctor]
Amy Pond: Oh, this is Rory, he's a... friend.
Rory: Boyfriend.
Amy Pond: Kind of boyfriend.
Rory: Amy!
The Doctor: Man and dog, why?
Rory: [Looks the Doctor up and down] Oh, my god, It's him!
Amy Pond: Just answer his question, please!
Rory: But it's him though, the Doctor, the Raggady Doctor!
Amy Pond: Yes, he came back!
Rory: He was a story, he was a game...
The Doctor: [Grabs Rory by the lapels] Man and dog, why, tell me, now!
Rory: Sorry, it's just, he can't be there because he's
The Doctor, Rory: In a hospital, in a coma.
Rory: Yes

The Doctor: Prisoner Zero!
Rory: What, there's a Prisoner Zero too?
Amy Pond: Yes!

The Doctor: You're Amelia!
Amy Pond: [pulling at her skirt] You're late!
[starts walking off]
The Doctor: [walking alongside] Amelia Pond! You're the little girl!
Amy Pond: I'm Amelia, and you're late.
The Doctor: What happened?
Amy Pond: Twelve years!
The Doctor: You hit me with a cricket bat!
Amy Pond: Ha! Twelve years!
The Doctor: A cricket bat!
Amy Pond: Twelve years, and four psychiatrists!
The Doctor: Four?
Amy Pond: I kept biting them!
The Doctor: Why?
Amy Pond: They said you weren't real.
Atraxi: [Garbled] Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence, or the human residence will be incinerated!
Amy Pond: Come on! No, no, no! What! We're being staked out, by an ice cream van?
[the Doctor and Amy run to the van]
The Doctor: What is that? Why are you playing that?
Ice Cream Man: It's supposed to be Clare de Lune!

The Doctor: [the Doctor is reached the TARDIS door when Amy asks what is going on] An alien convict is hiding in your spare room disguised as a man and a dog, and some other aliens are about to incinerate your house! Any questions?
[Turns back to the TARDIS]
Amy Pond: Yes!
The Doctor: Me too!
[Tries the door, which won't open]
The Doctor: No, no, no, no, don't do that! It's still rebuilding, not letting us in!

The Doctor: [Realising he is actually 12 years late] Why did you say six months?
Amy Pond: He's coming.
The Doctor: This matters. This is important. Why did you say six months?
Amy Pond: [Angrily] Why did you say five minutes?

The Doctor: Amy Pond. The girl who waited. You waited long enough.
Amy Pond: When I was a kid, you said there was a swimming pool. And a library, and the swimming pool was in the library.
The Doctor: Yeah, not sure where it's got to now. It'll turn up. So, coming?
Amy Pond: No.
The Doctor: You wanted to come 14 years ago.
Amy Pond: I grew up.
The Doctor: Don't worry. I'll soon fix that.

The Doctor: Who's Amy? You were Amelia.
Amy Pond: Yeah, now I'm Amy.
The Doctor: Amelia Pond. That was a great name.
Amy Pond: Bit fairytale.

Amy Pond: Why me?
The Doctor: Why not?
Amy Pond: No seriously, you are asking me to run away with you in the middle of the night, it's a fair question. Why me?
The Doctor: I don't know, it's fun. Do I have to have a reason?
Amy Pond: People always have a reason.
The Doctor: Do I look like people?
Amy Pond: Yes.
The Doctor: Been knocking around on my own for a while. My choice, but I've started talking to myself, all the time. It's giving me an earache.

The Doctor: What is that?
Amy Pond: It's a duck pond.
The Doctor: Why aren't there any ducks?
Amy Pond: I don't know. There's never any ducks.
The Doctor: Then how do you know it's a duck pond?

Amy Pond: And you kept the bow tie?
The Eleventh Doctor: [looks at Amy]
The Eleventh Doctor: Yes, bow ties are cool

Mrs Angelo: [Amy, a "Kissogram" in police attire, enters elderly Mrs. Angelo's house with The Doctor] Hello, Amy, dear. Are you a policewoman now?
Amy Pond: [Nervously] Well, sometimes.
Mrs Angelo: I thought you were a nurse.
Amy Pond: I can... be a nurse.
Mrs Angelo: [Growing suspicious] Or, actually, a nun...
Amy Pond: [With a tittering laugh] I dabble.


"Doctor Who: The Time of Angels (#5.4)" (2010)
Amy Pond: Ooh, Doctor, you sonicked her!

Amy Pond: You are mister grumpy face today.

The Doctor: River, hug Amy.
Amy Pond: Why?
The Doctor: Cause I'm busy!

The Doctor: Amy Pond, you are magnificent, and I'm sorry.
Amy Pond: It's okay. I understand. You've got to leave me.
The Doctor: Oh, no, I'm not leaving you, never. I'm sorry about this!
[Leans down and bites Amy's hand]
Amy Pond: Ow!
The Doctor: Ah, see, not stone! Now run!
Amy Pond: You bit me!
The Doctor: Yeah, and you're alive.
Amy Pond: I've got a mark. Look at my hand!
The Doctor: And you're alive! Did I mention...
Amy Pond: Blimey, your teeth. Have you got space teeth?
The Doctor: Yeah, alive. All I'm saying.

[last lines]
Bob: [to The Doctor over the radio] You told me my fear would keep me alive but I died afraid, in pain and alone. You made me trust you, and when it mattered, you let me down.
Amy Pond: [whispering to River Song] What are they doing?
River Song: [whispering to Amy Pond] They're trying to make him angry.
Bob: I'm sorry, sir. The Angels were very keen for you to know that.
The Doctor: Well, then, the Angels have made their second mistake because I'm not gonna let that pass. I'm sorry you're dead, Bob, but I swear to whatever is left of you they will be sorrier.
Bob: But you're trapped, sir. And about to die.
The Doctor: Yeah, trapped. And you know what, speaking of traps, this trap has got a great big mistake in it. A great big whopping mistake!
Bob: What mistake, sir?
The Doctor: [to Amy] Trust me?
Amy Pond: Yeah.
The Doctor: [to River] Trust me?
River Song: Always.
The Doctor: [to Father Octavian and the Clerics] You lot, trust me?
Father Octavian: We have faith, sir.
The Doctor: Then give me your gun. I'm about to do something incredibly stupid and dangerous. When I do, jump!
Father Octavian: Jump where?
The Doctor: Oh, just jump. High as you can. Come on! Leap of faith, Bishop. On my signal!
Father Octavian: What signal?
The Doctor: You won't miss it.
Bob: Sorry, can I ask you again? You mentioned a mistake we've made.
The Doctor: Oh, big, big mistake. Really huge. Didn't anyone ever tell you? There's one thing you never put in a trap. If you're smart, if you value your continued existence, if you have any plans about seeing tomorrow, there is one thing you never, ever put in a trap.
Bob: And what would that be, sir?
The Doctor: [aiming gun upwards] Me.
[the Doctor fires]

The Doctor: The writing - the graffiti - Old High Gallifreyan... the lost language of The Timelords. There were days, there were many days, these words could burn stars, and raise up empires, and topple gods.
Amy Pond: What does this say?
The Doctor: "Hello sweetie."

The Doctor: Lovely species, the Aplans. We should visit them some time.
Amy Pond: I thought they were all dead.
The Doctor: So's Virginia Woolf; I'm on her bowling team. Very relaxed, sort of cheerful. That's from having two heads. You're never short of a snog with an extra head.
River Song: Doctor, there's something, I don't know what it is...
The Doctor: Yeah, something wrong. Don't know what it is yet either, working on it. Then they started having laws against self-marrying and what was that about? But that's the church for you. Erm, no offence, Bishop.
Father Octavian: Quite a lot taken, if that's all right, Doctor. Lowest point in the wreckage is only about 50 feet up from here. That way.
Amy Pond: Church had a point, if you think about it. The divorces must have been *messy*.

Amy Pond: Oh, so this is how you keep score.

Amy Pond: How come you can fly the TARDIS?
River Song: Oh, I had lessons from the very best.
The Doctor: [Looking smug] Well, yeah.
River Song: It's a shame you were busy that day.

Amy Pond: Who is that and how did she do that museum thing?
The Doctor: It's a long story and I don't know most of it.

Amy Pond: Oh, are you all Mr Grumpy-Face today?
The Doctor: A weeping angel Amy, is the deadliest, most powerful, most malevolent life form evolution has ever produced, and right now one of them is trapped inside that wreckage and I'm supposed to climb in after it with a screwdriver and torch and assuming I survive the radiation long enough and assuming the whole ship doesn't explode in my face, do something incredibly clever which I haven't actually thought of yet. That's my day, that's what I'm up to, any questions?
Amy Pond: Is River Song your wife?
[Doctor looks fed up]
Amy Pond: Because she's someone from you future and the way she talks to you, I've never seen anyone do that, she's kinda like you know, "heel boy". She's Mrs Doctor from the future, isn't she? Is she going to be your wife one day?
The Doctor: Yes.
[Amy looks stunned]
The Doctor: You're right, I am definitely Mr Grumpy-Face today.

Amy Pond: What does that mean, it's a statue when you see it?

The Doctor: Oh...
Amy Pond: What's wrong?
River Song: Oh.
The Doctor: Exactly.
River Song: How could we not notice that?
The Doctor: Low level perception filter. Or maybe we're thick.

Amy Pond: A big spaceship, Churchill's bunker? You promised me a planet next.
The Doctor: Amy, this isn't any old asteroid. It's the Delerium Archive, the final resting place of the headless monks, the biggest museum ever.

Amy Pond: Aren't you going to introduce us?
The Doctor: Amy Pond, Professor River Song.
River Song: [surprised] I'm going to be a professor some day, am I? How exciting!
[laughs]
River Song: Spoilers!

River Song: We have a minute. Shall we? Where are we up to?
[flips through a blue book]
River Song: Have we done the Bone Meadows?
Amy Pond: What's the book?
The Doctor: Stay away from it.
Amy Pond: What is it, though?
The Doctor: Her diary.
River Song: Our diary.
The Doctor: Her past, my... future.

Father Octavian: Verger, how are we doing with those explosives? Doctor Song, with me.
River Song: Two minutes. Sweetie, I need you.
Amy Pond: Anybody need me? Nobody?

Amy Pond: So, what's he like? In the future, I mean. Cause you know him in the future, don't you?
River Song: The Doctor?
[smiling innocently]
River Song: Well, the Doctor's the Doctor.
Amy Pond: Oh, well, that's, um, very helpful. Mind if I write it down?

River Song: Yes, we are.
The Doctor: Sorry, what?
River Song: Talking about you.
The Doctor: [stares intently at his computer tablet] I wasn't listening, I'm busy.
River Song: Ah. The other way up.
The Doctor: [turns his tablet right-side up] Yeah.
Amy Pond: You're so his wife.


"Doctor Who: The Girl Who Waited (#6.10)" (2011)
[first lines]
The Doctor: Appalappachia.
Amy Pond: Say it again?
The Doctor: Appalappachia!
Amy Pond: Appalappa...
The Doctor: -chia!
Rory: Appalappachia.
The Doctor: Appalappachia.
Amy Pond: Appalappachia! What a beautiful word.
The Doctor: Beautiful word, beautiful world.
Amy Pond: [the Doctor throws a lever, the room shifts] Ooh!
The Doctor: Appalappachia, voted number two planet in the Top Ten Greatest Destinations for the Discerning Intergalactic Traveler.
Rory: Why couldn't we go to number one?
The Doctor: It's *hideous*! *Everyone* goes to number one, planet of the coffee shops! Appalappachia, I give you sunsets; spires; soaring, silver colonnades; I give you, ahh!
[the TARDIS opens to a small, all-white room with a pair of closed, gray sliding doors under a white arch and a small chrome panel to the right of it with two buttons labeled "GREEN ANCHOR" and "RED WATERFALL". The room is otherwise completely featureless]
Rory: Doors.
The Doctor: Doors. Yes. I mea-, I- I-, I give you doors. But on the other *side* of those doors I give you sunsets; spires; soaring silver colonnades.

[last lines]
The Doctor: I'll, uh, leave you two alone.
Rory: You all right?
Amy Pond: Mmm hmm.
Rory: How are you feeling?
Amy Pond: Where is she?

The Doctor: [to Amy through the resynced glass] It's OK, I've got you, you're fine.
Handbot: [to Rory] Will you be visiting long?
Rory: Doctor, a little help, Doctor.
Amy Pond: And where have you been?
Handbot: Will you be visiting long?
Rory: What do I tell it?
Amy Pond: I have been here for a week!
The Doctor: A WEEK?
Rory: A *week*?
The Doctor: I'm so sorry! Ah-ha, same room, different times. Two different time streams running parallel but at different speeds. Amy, you're in a faster timestream!
Amy Pond: Doctor, it's going again!
[Handbot moves its hand threateningly close to Rory's face; he flinches away]
Rory: Doctor!
The Doctor: Amy!
Amy Pond: Doctooor!

[a light suddenly shines down in a beam onto Amy Pond]
Interface: Welcome to the Two Streams facility!
[the light switches off]
Amy Pond: Um, who are you and why can't I see you?
Interface: [the ceiling tile lights up and shines on her again] I am the Interface between yourself and the systems of the Two Streams facility. I will be your guide, your teacher, your friend.
[the light switches off and a video wall panel behind the counter shows the Check-In Girl]
Check-In Girl: Welcome to Two Streams. What is your name, please?
Amy Pond: Amy. Amy Pond.
Check-In Girl: Welcome, Amy Pond. I see you're traveling alone. As a resident, you will now have access to all of the entertainment zones inside. For a taste of adventure, why not try the Mountain Zone and explore Appalappachia's famous glass-mirror mountains? Or try our Roller Coaster Zone, authentically modeled on the famous Warp Speed Death Ride at Disneyland Clom. All you could wish for, and more, is through the depature gate, provided for you with kindness.

Amy Pond: In fact I think I can now definitely say I hate him. I hate the Doctor. I hate him more than I have hated anyone in my life and you can hear every word of this through those ridiculous glasses, can't you, Raggedy Man?
The Doctor: Uh, yes. Putting the speakerphone on.
Amy Pond: You told me to wait, and I did. A lifetime.
The Doctor: Amy!
Amy Pond: You've got nothing to say to me.
The Doctor: Amy, behind you!

Rory: It's like you're not even her.
Amy Pond: 36 years, 3 months, 4 days of solitary confinement. This facility was built to give people the chance to live. I walked in here and I died. Do you have anything to say? Anything, Doctor?
The Doctor: [in awe] Where did you get a sonic screwdriver?
Amy Pond: I made it. And it's a sonic probe.
Rory: You made a sonic screwdriver?
Amy Pond: [emphatic] Probe.

[in Amy's shelter by the time engines, Rory is startled by a Handbot]
Rory: Oh!
[it turns, revealing a smiling face drawn on its head]
Amy Pond: Don't worry about him. Sit down, Rory.
[Rory does. So does the Handbot. They look at each other]
Rory: You named him after me?
Amy Pond: I needed a bit of company.
Rory: So he's your...
Amy Pond: Pet.
Rory: Is it safe?
Amy Pond: Yep. I disarmed it.
Rory: How?
[Rory notices that its hands are gone, severed]
Rory: Ohh! You, uh, you dis-armed it.
Amy Pond: Oh, don't get sentimental; it's just a robot. You'd have done the same.
The Doctor: [in the TARDIS, watching] I don't think that I would've.
Rory: And there he is: the voice of God! "Survive, because no one is going to come for you." Number one lesson. You taught me that.
The Doctor: [over the glasses] Is that really all I've taught you?
Amy Pond: Don't you lecture me, blue-box man, flying through time and space on whimsy. All I've got, all I've had for 36 years is cold, hard reality. So, no, I don't have a sonic screwdriver, because I'm not off on a romp. I call it what it is: a probe; and I call my life what it is: hell.

Amy Pond: Have you seen my phone?
The Doctor: Your phone?
Amy Pond: Yeah.
The Doctor: Your mobile telephone. I bring you to a paradise planet 2 billion light-years from Earth and you want to update... Twitter!
Amy Pond: "Sunsets; spires; soaring silver colonnades." It's a camera phone.
The Doctor: On the counter, by the DVDs.
Amy Pond: Thank you.

Amy Pond: You didn't save me.
Rory: [shudders] Bu- *This* is the saving! This is the us saving you! The Doctor just got the
Rory: [shouting aside, enraged] *timing a bit out*!
The Doctor: [mouthing] Sorry.

Amy Pond: I'm gonna pull time apart for you.

Amy Pond: Macarena.

Old Amy Pond: All those boys chasing me, but it was only ever Rory. Why was that?
Amy Pond: You know when sometimes you meet someone so beautiful, and then you actually talk to them and five minutes later, they're as dull as a brick. Then there's other people and you meet them and you think, "Not bad, they're okay." And then you get to know them and... and they're face just sort of... becomes them, like their personality is written all over it. And they just... they turn into something so beautiful.
Old Amy Pond: [Together] Rory's the most beautiful man I've ever met.

Rory: [referring to the handbot] Is it safe?
Old Amy Pond: Yeah. I disarmed it.
Rory: How?
[he sees that it has no hands]
Rory: Oh. You disarmed it.

Old Amy Pond: [putting on Rory's glasses] They look ridiculous.
Rory: That's what I told him. Still, anything beats a fez, eh?
[they both briefly laugh]
Rory: What is it?
Old Amy Pond: I think that's the first time I've laughed in 36 years.

Rory: You've been crying. A little bit.
Old Amy Pond: Shut up, Rory.
Rory: You have, haven't you?
Old Amy Pond: Woman with a sword. Don't push it.

Old Amy Pond: Do you remember that summer when he came back to school with that ridiculous haircut?
Amy Pond: He said he'd been in a rock band.
Old Amy Pond: Liar. And then he had to learn to play the guitar.
Old Amy Pond: So we wouldn't know he couldn't play it.

Amy Pond: [holding Older Amy's staff unsteadily as a handbot approaches] Amy?
Old Amy Pond: Kate Hailer. Year 10 hockey.
Amy Pond: Go for the shins.
[slashes the handbot's legs with the staff, knocking it down]


"Doctor Who: The Big Bang (#5.13)" (2010)
Rory: Amy, what is it?
Amy Pond: Something old, something new, something borrowed... something blue.

Amy Pond: [to Amelia, who has just opened the Pandorica] Okay kid, this is where it gets complicated.

Amelia: [Watching Amy falling onto her hands and knees] Are you all right? Who are you?
Amy Pond: [Moving to a sitting position] I'm... fine. I'm supposed to... rest. Got to rest, The Doctor says.
Amelia: What Doctor?
Amy Pond: [Tapping her temple] He's in here. Left a message in my head, like an answerphone.

Amelia: Who are you?
Amy Pond: It's a long story. Oh! A very long story!
[Cut to the Pandorica timeline on the wall]

[the Doctor has modified a roof dish to prove the sun is actually the TARDIS exploding at every point in history]
Rory: Doctor, there's something else. A voice.
Amy Pond: [Watching as The Doctor adjusts the dish] I can't hear anything.
Rory: [Pointing to his ear] Trust the plastic!
River Song: [Repeating] I'm sorry, my love.
Amy Pond: Doctor, that's River! How can she be up there?
Rory: Maybe it's a recording or something.
The Doctor: No, it's not a recording. Of course, the emergency protocols! The TARDIS has sealed off the control room and put her in a time loop to save her!

Amy Pond: Raggedy Man, I remember you, and you are *late for my wedding*!

Rory: [Watching the TARDIS appear] It's the Doctor! How could we forget the Doctor?
[Fading into the background as Amy climbs over the table and walks to the TARDIS]
Rory: I was plastic... He was a stripper at my stag... Long story.
Amy Pond: [Knocking on the door of the TARDIS] OK Doctor, did I surprise you this time?
The Doctor: [Opening the door wearing a formal morning suit] Eh, yeah, completly astonished. Never expected that!

The Doctor: [Stepping out of the TARDIS] Hello everyone. I'm Amy's Imaginary Friend!
The Doctor: [Walks over to the top table, and shakes Augustus by the hand] But I came anyway!
Amy Pond: [Striding forward] You absolutly, definitly kiss the bride!

Rory: I couldn't help it! It happened, it just happened!
Amy Pond: Shut up!
[Amy kisses Rory]
The Doctor: Yeah, shut up, because we've got to go!
Rory: I waited. 2,000 years, I waited for you.
Amy Pond: No, still shut up!
[Amy kisses him for longer]
The Doctor: And break! And breathe!
The Doctor: [Turns to Amelia] Well, someone didn't get out much for 2,000 years!
Amelia: [Tugs the Doctor's sleeve] I'm thirsty. Can I get a drink?
The Doctor: Oh, it's all mouths today, isn't it!

Amy Pond: [Appearing in the TARDIS Doorway] Oi!
[Walks towards the console]
Amy Pond: Where are you sneaking off to? We haven't even had a snog in the shrubbery yet!
Rory: [Appearing in the Dorway] Amy!
Amy Pond: Shut up - it's my wedding!
Rory: *Our* wedding!
[Closes the TARDIS door]

[the Doctor finds himself back in the Byzantium's tree-borg forest]
The Doctor's past self: Good luck everyone. Behave! Do not let that girl open her eyes! Amy, later. River, I'm going to need your computer.
The Doctor's past self: [walks away]
[Amy is sitting, eyes closed, hands fidgeting. The present Doctor covers her hands with his]
The Doctor: [softly] Amy, you need to start trusting me. It's never been more important.
Amy Pond: But you don't always tell me the truth.
The Doctor: If I always told you the truth, I wouldn't need you to trust me.
Amy Pond: Doctor. The crack in my wall. How can it be here?
[sonic screwdriver pulses]
The Doctor: I don't know yet, but I'm working it out.
[the Doctor looks to his left to the sound]
The Doctor's past self: [fiddles with the sonic screwdriver, thinks, pockets it, and continues on]
[the Doctor looks back to Amy]
The Doctor: Now, listen. Remember what I told you when you were seven.
Amy Pond: What did you tell me?
The Doctor: No.
The Doctor: [putting his forehead to hers] No, that's not the point. You have to remember.
[the Doctor kisses her forehead and leaves her]
Amy Pond: Remember what? Doctor? Doctor?
[the Doctor rewinds again]

Amy Pond: What are we doing?
The Doctor: We're running into a dead end, where I'll come up with a brilliant plan that basically involves not being in one.

[Amy watches a video presentation accompanying the Pandorica exhibit]
Narrator: According to legend, wherever the Pandorica was taken, throughout its long history, the Centurion would be there, guarding it. He appears as an iconic image in the artwork of many cultures, and there are several documented accounts of his appearances and his warnings to the many who attempted to open the box before its time. His last recorded appearance was during the London Blitz in 1941. The warehouse where the Pandorica was stored was destroyed by incendiary bombs, but the box itself was found the next morning, a safe distance from the blaze. There are eyewitness accounts from the night of the fire of a figure in Roman dress, carrying the box from the flames.
[tears fall down Amy's cheeks]
Narrator: Since then, there have been no sightings of the Lone Centurion, and many have speculated that if he ever existed, he perished in the fires of that night, performing one last act of devotion to the box he had pledged to protect for nearly 2,000 years.
Amy Pond: Rory. Oh, Rory.

Amelia: [after knocking over the model Nile Penguins] Sorry.

[interior, parlor, night, looking at Amelia's painting of the night sky]
Christine: It's a lovely painting, Amelia. And what are all these?
[psychiatrist Christine indicates the colorful pentagrams]
Amelia: Stars.
Aunt Sharon: Oh, Amelia!
Christine: Tell you what, shall we go outside?
[outside, at night]
Christine: What do you see, Amelia?
Amelia: The Moon.
Christine: And what else?
Amelia: Just the dark.
Christine: But no stars. If there were stars up there, we'd be able to see them, wouldn't we? Amelia, look at me. You know this is all just a story, don't you? You know there's no such thing as stars.
[Amelia says nothing but looks up at the sky. Later, she is lying in bed and hears her aunt and the psychiatrist talking. She walks slowly to the top of the stairs where the voices are much clearer, and watches as they cross from the kitchen to the parlor]
Christine: It's quite common, actually. Throughout history, people have talked about stars in the sky. God knows where it comes from.
Aunt Sharon: I just don't want her growing up and joining one of those Star Cults. I don't trust that Richard Dawkins.

The Doctor: [to Rory in 102 A.D., setting his Vortex Manipulator] Listen to me. This is the last bit of advice you're going to get in a very long time. You're living plastic, but not immortal. I have no idea how long you'll last. And you're not indestructible. Stay away from heat and radio signals when they come along. You can't heal, or repair yourself. Any damage is permanent. So, for God's sake, however bored you get, stay out of...
[the Doctor abruptly vanishes. Rory pulls his sword and begins his long vigil over The Pandorica. 1,894 years later, Amy has just learned of Rory's efforts to protect it and her over time and his disappearance in 1941, presumed dead in a fire]
Dalek: Exterminate!
Amelia: What's that?
[Amy runs up to stand between the Dalek and Amelia]
Dalek: Exterminate!
The Doctor: [suddenly appearing between Amy and the Dalek] - trouble. Oh!
The Doctor: [turns around] Two of you? Complicated.


"Doctor Who: The Beast Below (#5.2)" (2010)
Amy Pond: You look human.
The Doctor: No, you look Timelord. We came first.

Amy Pond: Why did you just do that with the bottle?
The Doctor: Don't know. I think a lot. It's hard to keep track.

Liz 10: What are you doing?
The Doctor: [Adjusting machinery] The worst thing I'll ever do. I'm going to pass a massive electrical charge through the Star Whale's brain - should knock out its higher functions, leaving it a vegetable. The ship will still fly, but the whale won't feel it.
Amy Pond: That'll be like killing it.
The Doctor: Look, three options: One, I let the Star Whale continue, in unendurable agony for hundreds more years; Two, I kill everyone on this ship; Three, I murder a beautiful, innocent creature as painlessly as I can. And then, I... I find a new name, because I won't be The Doctor anymore.
Liz 10: There must be something we can do, there must be another way...
The Doctor: Nobody talk to me. Nobody
[violently slams hand down on console]
The Doctor: *HUMAN* has anything to say to me today!

Amy Pond: You "never interfere in the affairs of other peoples or planets," unless there's children crying.

Amy Pond: In bed above we're deep asleep, while greater love lies further deep. This dream must end, this world must know. We all depend on the beast below.

Amy Pond: People phone you?
The Doctor: Well, Its a phone box.

Amy Pond: What if you were really old, and really kind and lonely, your whole race dead. What couldn't you do then? If you were that old, and that kind, and the very last of your kind, you couldn't just stand there and watch children cry.

Amy Pond: I'm in the future. Like hundreds of years in the future. I've been dead for centuries.
The Doctor: Oh, lovely, you're a cheery one aren't you?

The Doctor: What's wrong with this picture?
Amy Pond: Is it... the bicycles? Bit unusual on a spaceship, bicycles.
The Doctor: Says the girl in the nighty.
Amy Pond: Oh my God, I'm in my nighty!

Amy Pond: What are you going to do?
The Doctor: What I always do. Stay out of trouble... badly.

Amy Pond: Oh, don't mind me, I never could resist a keep out sign.

Mandy: How do you not know about this? Are you Scottish too?
The Doctor: Oh, I'm way worse than Scottish, I can't even see the movie, won't play for me.
Amy Pond: It played for me.
The Doctor: The difference being the computer doesn't accept me as human.
Amy Pond: Why not? You look human.
The Doctor: No, you look Time-Lord, we came first.
Amy Pond: So there are other Time-Lords yeah?
The Doctor: No, there were, but there aren't. Just me now. Long story, it was a bad day, bad stuff happened and you know what I'd love to forget it all, every last minute of it, but I don't.

The Doctor: Say Weeeeeee!
Amy Pond: Ahhhhhh!

The Doctor: You couldn't have known how it would react.
Amy Pond: I couldn't, but I've seen it before. Very old, and very kind and the very, very last, sound a bit familiar?

Amy Pond: Have you ever run away from something because you were scared or, or not ready, or just, just because you could?
The Doctor: Once. A long time ago.
Amy Pond: What Happened?
The Doctor: [Shrugs, grins and looks guilty] Hello.


"Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler (#6.8)" (2011)
Amy Pond: Where are we?
The Doctor: A room.
Rory: What room?
The Doctor: I don't know what room. I haven't memorized every room in the universe, I had yesterday off.

River Song: Hang on! Just something I have to check.
[exits to bathroom]
Rory: Is anybody else finding today just a bit difficult? I'm getting a sort of banging in my head.
Amy Pond: Yeah, I think that's Hitler in the cupboard.
Rory: That's not helping...
The Doctor: This isn't the River Song we know yet. This is her right at the start. Doesn't even know her name.
River Song: [from bathroom] Oh, that's *magnificent*!
[appears in doorway, beaming]
River Song: I'm going to wear *lots* of jodhpurs!

Mels: It's all right for you. You've got Mr. Perfect keeping you right.
Amy Pond: [thinking Mels means the Doctor, tosses the model TARDIS back to Mels] He's not even real. Just a stupid dream when I was a kid.
Mels: I wasn't talking about him.
[Mels looks over at Rory going out the door]
Amy Pond: What, Rory?
[Rory freezes-"Oh my god!"-in the open door]
Amy Pond: How have I "got" Rory?
Rory: [nervously, covering] Yeah. How... how's she "got" me?
Amy Pond: He's not mine.
Rory: No... No.
[quietly]
Rory: I'm not hers.
Mels: Come on. Seriously. It's got to be you two.
[pause, Rory in fear, Amy not getting it]
Mels: Oh, cut to the song, it's getting boring.
Amy Pond: Nice thought, okay? But completely impossible.
Rory: [looks to Amy, crushed, swallows] Yeah, ihh- impossible.
Amy Pond: I mean, I'd love to. He's gorgeous. He's my favorite guy.
[pats Rory on the shoulder]
Amy Pond: But he's, you know...
Amy Pond, Rory: [simultaneously] ... gay. /... a friend.
[Rory and Amy look at each other]
Rory: I'm not gay.
Amy Pond: Yes, you are.
Rory: No. No I'm not.
Amy Pond: Of course you are, don't be stupid. In the whole time I've known you, when have you shown the slightest interest in a *girl*?
Mels: [rotating TARDIS model in her hands] Penny in the air.
Amy Pond: I mean, I've known you for what, ten years? I've seen you practically every day. Name one girl you've paid the *slightest* bit of attention to.
[Pale, panicked, and perfectly paralyzed of voice, his secret crush now implicitly revealed, Rory turns tail and runs out. Mels giggles]
Amy Pond: [astonished, realizing his feelings for her, Amy looks to Mels while pointing at herself, silently mouthing] Me?
[aloud]
Amy Pond: Oh my... god! Rory?
[Amy runs out after Rory]
Mels: [gets up, giving the model a toss in the air] And the penny drops!
Amy Pond: Rory! Come back!
Mels: [to Amy's model TARDIS] Catch you later, time-boy.
[Mels tosses the TARDIS model to the bed, which becomes the real TARDIS tumbling through the clouds]

Amy Pond: OK, Doctor, explain what's happening, please!
The Doctor: "Mels," short for...?
Mels: Melody.
Amy Pond: Yeah, I named my daughter after her.
The Doctor: You named your daughter... after your daughter.

Rory: Okay. All of Berlin, how do we find her?
Amy Pond: I don't know. Look for clues?
Rory: Clues? What kind of clues?
Amy Pond: Shut up!
[both tun to look at a group of people, clad only in undergarments, running screaming out of a building]
Rory: Okay...

Rory: Um, where did you get the car?
Mels: It's mine... ish.
[police sirens are heard in the distance]
Amy Pond: Oh, Mels, not again.
Rory: You can't keep doing this, you're going to end up in prison.

Rory: Okay, I am trapped inside a giant robot replica of my wife. I'm really trying not to see this as a metaphor.
Amy Pond: How can we be in here? How do we fit?
Rory: Miniaturisation ray.
Amy Pond: How would you know that?
Rory: Well, there was a ray and we were miniaturised. All right.

Amy Pond: Can you ride a motorbike?
Rory: I expect so. It's that sort of day.

Amy Pond: I don't understand, OK? One minute she's going to marry you and then kill you.
The Doctor: Ah, she's been brainwashed, it makes sense to her. Plus, she is a woman.

1st antibody: Your death will now be implemented.
Amy Pond: [Hands up] We come in peace!
Rory: Yeah - when has that ever worked?

Amelia Pond: Why are you always in trouble? You're the most in trouble in the whole school, except for boys.
Young Mels: And you.
Amelia Pond: I count as a boy.


"Doctor Who: Amy's Choice (#5.7)" (2010)
Amy Pond: If we're going to die, let's die looking like a Peruvian folk band.

Amy Pond: Can we not do the running thing?

The Doctor: You've swallowed a planet!
Amy Pond: I'm pregnant!
The Doctor: You're huge.
Amy Pond: Yeah, I'm pregnant.
The Doctor: Look at you. When worlds collide.
Amy Pond: Doctor, I'm pregnant.
The Doctor: Look at you both. Five years later and you haven't changed a bit apart from age and... size...
Amy Pond: It's good to see you, Doctor.
The Doctor: Are you pregnant?

Amy Pond: Shall I run and get the manual?
The Doctor: I threw it in a supernova.
Amy Pond: You threw the manual in a supernova... why?
The Doctor: Because I disagreed with it.

Amy Pond: It's not really real, is it? I mean would I be happy settling down in a place with a pub, two shops and a really bad amateur dramatic society? That's why I got pregnant, so I don't have to see them doing Oklahoma.

Amy Pond: Save him. You save everyone. You always do. That's what you do.
The Doctor: Not always. I'm sorry.
Amy Pond: Then what is the point of you?

The Doctor: So, what do you do around here to stave off the, you know...
Amy Pond: [finishing] ... boredom?
The Doctor: [simultaneously] ... self-harm?

The Doctor: [waking up on the floor of the TARDIS] ... days. What? No, yes, sorry, what? Oh! You're OK! Oh, thank god! I had a *terrible* nightmare about you two! That was scary. Don't ask, you don't want to know. You're safe now.
Amy Pond: [the Doctor hugs Amy] Oh, ah, OK.
The Doctor: That's what counts. Blimey, never dropped off like that before. Well, never, really. I'm getting on a bit, you see. Don't let the cool gear fool you. Now, what's wrong with the console? Red, flashing lights. I bet they mean something.
Rory Williams: Uh, Doctor, I also had a kind of dream... thing.
Amy Pond: Yeah, so did I.
Rory Williams: [defensively] Not a nightmare, though! Just, um... we were married.
Amy Pond: Yeah. In a little village.
Rory Williams: Yeah, a sweet little village, and you were preg... nant.
Amy Pond: Yes, I was huge! I was a boat.
Rory Williams: So you had the same dream, then? *Exactly* the same dream?
Amy Pond: [sternly] Are you calling me a boat?
Rory Williams: [deflecting] And Doctor, you were visiting.
Amy Pond: Yeah, yeah, you came to our cottage.
Rory Williams: How can we have had exactly the same dream? It does not make any sense.
Amy Pond: And you had a nightmare about... us. What happened to us in the nightmare?
The Doctor: It was a bit similar, in some aspects.
Rory Williams: Which aspects?
The Doctor: Well, all of them.
Amy Pond: You had the same dream.
The Doctor: Basically.
Rory Williams: You said it was a nightmare.
The Doctor: Did I say nightmare? No, more like a really good... mare. Look, it doesn't matter. We all had some kind of psychic episode. We probably just jumped a time track or something. Forget it. We're back to reality now.
Amy Pond: Doctor, if we're back to reality, how come I can still hear birds?
Rory Williams: Yeah, the same birds, the same ones we heard in the...

Rory Williams: We relax.
The Doctor: [mouthing] "Relax."
Rory Williams: We live. We listen to the birds.
Amy Pond: Yeah, see? Birds. Those are nice.
Rory Williams: We didn't get a lot of time to listen to birdsong back on the TARDIS days, did we?
The Doctor: [annoyed] Oh, blimey! My head's a bit... ooh.
The Doctor: [a bit drowsy] Uh, no, you're right, there wasn't a lot of time for... birdsong... back in the good...
The Doctor: [nodding off] ... good old...
[all three fall asleep simultaneously on the bench as the birdsong gets louder]

Rory Williams: [back on the park bench, forehead-to-forehead with the Doctor] dream. Oh! Sorry, nodded off! Stupid! God, I must be overdoing it! I was just dreaming were back on the TARDIS.
Rory Williams: [to Amy] You just had the same dream, didn't you.
Amy Pond: Back on the TARDIS. Weren't we just saying the same thing?
Rory Williams: But we thought this was the dream, didn't we?
Amy Pond: I think so. Why do dreams have to fade so quickly?
Rory Williams: Doctor, what is going on?
Amy Pond: Is this because of you? Is it some Time Lordy thing because you've shown up again?
The Doctor: Listen to me: trust nothing. From now on, trust nothing you see, hear, or feel.
Rory Williams: But we're awake, now!
The Doctor: Yeah, and you thought you were awake on the TARDIS, too.
Amy Pond: But we're home.
The Doctor: Yeah, you're home, but you're also dreaming. Trouble is, Rory, Amy, which is which? Are we flashing forwards... or backwards? Hold on tight. This is going to be a tricky one.

The Doctor: Examine everything. Look for all the details that don't ring true.
Rory Williams: OK we're in a spaceship that's bigger on the inside than the outside.
Amy Pond: With a bow tie-wearing alien.
Rory Williams: Maybe "what rings true" isn't so simple.
The Doctor: Valid point.


"Doctor Who: The Angels Take Manhattan (#7.5)" (2012)
The Doctor: What the hell are you doing?
Amy Pond: Changing the future. Its called marriage.

Amy Pond: Hello, old friend, and here we are. You and me, on the last page. By the time you read these words, Rory and I will be long gone. So know that we lived well, and were very happy. And above all else, know that we will love you, always. Sometimes I do worry about you, though. I think once we're gone, 'you won't be coming back here for a while, and you might be alone, which you should never be. Don't be alone, Doctor. And do one more thing for me. There's a little girl waiting in a garden. She's going to wait a long while, so she's going to need a lot of hope. Go to her. Tell her a story. Tell her that if she's patient, the days are coming that she'll never forget. Tell her she'll go to sea and fight pirates. She'll fall in love with a man who'll wait two-thousand years to keep her safe. Tell her she'll give hope to the greatest painter who ever lived and save a whale in outer space. Tell her this is the story of Amelia Pond. And this is how it ends.

Amy Pond: Raggedy Man... goodbye!

Amy Pond: What's the book?
The Doctor: "Melody Malone" She's a private detective in old town New York.
Amy Pond: She's got ice in her heart, a kiss on her lips, and a vulnerable side she keeps well hidden.
The Doctor: Oh, you've read it?
Rory Williams: You read, aloud, and then went, "Yowzah!"

Rory Williams: Okay. I'm going to go and get us some more coffee. Who wants more coffee?
[without waiting for an answer]
Rory Williams: Me, too. I'll go.
[turns quickly to leave]
Amy Pond: Rory? Do I have noticeable lines on my eyes now?
The Doctor: Yes.
Rory Williams: [without turning around] No.
Amy Pond: You didn't look.
Rory Williams: I noticed them earlier... Didn't notice them. I specifically remember not noticing them.
Amy Pond: You're welcome on the firepit, Centurion.

Amy Pond: [reading aloud from the book "Melody Malone"] "' Why do you have to break mine?' I asked the Doctor. He fired and said, 'Because Amy read it in a book and now I have no choice.'"

Amy Pond: [sees an angel] Husband, run!
[Rory and Amy leave, but another angel cuts of River and the Doctor]
The Doctor: River, I'm not sure this can work.
River Song: Husband, shut up.

Amy Pond: [Rory turns away from the gravestone with his name on it and suddenly vanishes] Doctor!
River Song: [River and The Doctor run out from the TARDIS and notice a Weeping Angel behind where Rory was standing] Where the Hell did that come from?
The Eleventh Doctor: [Scanning the statue with his Screwdriver] It's a survivor. Very weak but keep your eyes on it.
Amy Pond: Where's Rory?
The Eleventh Doctor: [Quickly glances at the tombstone and sees that it now has Rory's age at the time of his death written on it] I'm sorry... Amelia... I'm so, so sorry.
Amy Pond: No. No we can just go and get him in the TARDIS. One more paradox...
The Eleventh Doctor: Would rip New York apart.
Amy Pond: That's not true, I don't believe you.
River Song: Mother, it's true.
The Eleventh Doctor: [Amy begins walking towards the Angel and the gravestone] Amy? What are you doing?
Amy Pond: That gravestone, Rory's, there's room for one more name, isn't there?
The Eleventh Doctor: What are you talking about? Back away from the Angel, come back to the TARDIS. We'll figure something out.
Amy Pond: The Angel, would it send me back to the same time? To him?
The Eleventh Doctor: I don't know. Nobody knows.
Amy Pond: But it's my best shot, yeah?
The Eleventh Doctor: [Becoming scared] No!
River Song: Doctor, shut up! Yes, yes it is!
The Eleventh Doctor: Amy...
Amy Pond: Well then... I just have to blink, right?
The Eleventh Doctor: [Frantic] No!
Amy Pond: It'll be fine. I know it will. I-I'll be with him. Like I should be. Me and Rory together. Melody.
[She holds back her hand, and River takes it]
The Eleventh Doctor: Stop it! Just, just stop it!
Amy Pond: You look after him.
[she begins crying as River kisses her hand]
Amy Pond: And you be a good girl, and you look after him.
The Eleventh Doctor: You are creating a fixed time. I will never be able to see you again.
Amy Pond: I'll be fine. I'll be with him.

The Eleventh Doctor: [Desperately] Amy... please! Just come back into the TARDIS. Come along, Pond, please!
Amy Pond: [Sobbing] Raggedy Man... goodbye!
[She turns away from the Angel and disappears]
The Eleventh Doctor: [He stares, brokenhearted, at the space where Amy had been standing. The tombstone now has her name on it, as well as her age at the time of her death] NO!
[He doubles over, sobbing, as River heads towards him to comfort him and take him back into the TARDIS]


"Doctor Who: A Good Man Goes to War (#6.7)" (2011)
Amy Pond: A crying Roman with a baby - definitely cool.

Lorna Bucket: I brought you something. Your child's name in the language of my people. It's a prayer leaf and we believe if you keep this with you, your child will always come home to you.
Amy Pond: Can I borrow your gun?
Lorna Bucket: Why?
Amy Pond: I've got a feeling you're going to keep talking!

Rory: My daughter. What do you think?
The Doctor: Hello. Hello... uh... baby.
Amy Pond: Melody.
The Doctor: Melody? Hello Melody Pond.
Rory: Melody Williams.
Amy Pond: ...is a geography teacher. Melody Pond is a super hero.

Amy Pond: [Baby Melody is crying] She doesn't like the TARDIS noise. I asked him to turn something off but it was all "I don't want to punch a hole in the space-time continuum".

Amy Pond: Rory, no offence to the others, but uh, you let them all die first, okay?
Rory: You're so Scottish.

[last lines]
River Song: It's the TARDIS translation matrix. It takes a while to kick in with the written word. You have to concentrate.
[Amy looks at the etching on the crib]
Amy Pond: [levels the gun at River again] I still can't read it.
[Rory grasps Amy's hands and gently takes the gun from her]
River Song: It's because it's Gallifreyan and doesn't translate.
River Song: [picks up the prayer leaf and places it in Amy's right hand] But this will. It's your daughter's name in the language of the Forest.
Amy Pond: I know my daughter's name!
River Song: Except, they don't have a word for "pond," 'cause the only water in the Forest is the river. The Doctor *will* find your daughter, and he will care for her, whatever it takes, and I know that.
[as Amy looks at the back of the prayer leaf, its stitched lettering changes to "River". Amy turns it over and the front side has already translated to "Song"]
River Song: It's me. I'm Melody. I'm your daughter.

[first lines]
["Demon's Run"]
Amy Pond: [to her baby] I wish I could tell you that you'll be loved, that you'll be safe, and cared for, and protected, but this isn't the time for lies. What you are going to be, Melody, is very, very brave.
Madame Kovarian: Two minutes.
Amy Pond: But not as brave as they all have to be, because there's somebody coming. I don't know where he is, or what he's doing, but trust me: he's on his way.
["Twenty Thousand Light Years Away"]
Amy Pond: [continuing, V.O] There's a man who's never going to let us down, and not even an army can get in the way. He's the last of his kind. He looks young, but he's lived for hundreds and hundreds of years. And wherever they take you, Melody, however scared you are, I promise you, you will never be alone, because this man is your father. He has a name, but the people of our world know him better... as The Last Centurion.
Rory: [dressed in Roman Centurion garb] I have a message and a question. A message from the Doctor, and a question from me: *Where* *is* *my* *wife*?
[the Cybermen stare at him, saying nothing]
Rory: [walking into the room] Oh, don't give me those blank looks. The Twelfth Cyber Legion monitors this entire quadrant. You hear everything. So you tell me what I need to know. You tell me now, and I'll be on my way.
[Rory stops in front of an observation window]
Cyber Leader: What is the Doctor's message?
[outside, the fleet begins exploding, startling the Cybermen]
Rory: [unfazed] Would you like me to repeat the question?

The Doctor: [talking to Amy's newborn daughter] It's okay. She's still all yours. And really, you should call her Mummy, not Big Milk Thing.
Amy Pond: Okay, what are you doing?
The Doctor: I speak Baby.
Amy Pond: No, you don't.
The Doctor: I speak everything. Don't I, Melody Pond?
[the infant babbles, the Doctor adjusts his bow tie]
The Doctor: No, it's not. It's cool.


"Doctor Who: The Power of Three (#7.4)" (2012)
The Doctor: You're thinking of stopping, aren't you? You and Rory.
Amy Pond: No, no - I mean, we haven't made a decision...
The Doctor: But you're considering it.
Amy Pond: Maybe. I don't know. We don't know. Well, our lives have changed so much. There was a time, there were years when I couldn't live without you. Um, when just the whole every day thing would drive me crazy. But since you dropped us back here, since you gave us this hiatus, you know, we've built a life. And I don't know if we can have both.
The Doctor: Why?
Amy Pond: Because, they pull at each other. Because they pull at me and the traveling is starting to feel like running away.
The Doctor: That's not what it is.
Amy Pond: Oh come on, look at you - four days in a lounge and you go crazy.
The Doctor: I'm not running away. But this is one corner in one country in one continent in one planet that's a corner of a galaxy that is a corner of a universe that is forever growing and shrinking and creating and destroying and never remaining the same for a single millisecond. And this is so much, SO MUCH, to see, Amy. Because it goes so fast. I'm not running away from things. I'm running to them before they flare and fade forever. That's all right. Our lives would never remain the same. They can't. One day, soon maybe, you'll stop. I've known for a while.
Amy Pond: Then why do you keep coming back for us?
The Doctor: Because you were the first. The first face this face saw. And you were seared onto my hearts, Amelia Pond. Always will be. I'm running to you and Rory before you... fade from me.
Amy Pond: Don't be nice to me. I don't want you to be nice to me.
The Doctor: Yeah you do, Pond. And you always get what you want.

Rory Williams: We have two lives. Real life and Doctor life. Doesn't feel like real life gets much of a look-in.
Amy Pond: What do we do?
Rory Williams: Choose.
[sounds of the Tardis appearing]
Amy Pond: Not today, though.
Rory Williams: No, not today.

Amy Pond: [talking on the phone] Hey! Doctor, it's me. Hello. So, the UN classified the cubes as provisionally safe, whatever that means. And Banksy and Damien Hirst put out a statement saying the cubes are nothing to do with them.

The Doctor: [eating fish fingers and custard with Rory and Amy] If I had a restaurant, this'd be all I'd serve.
Amy Pond: Yeah, right. You running a restaurant.
The Doctor: I've run restaurants. Who do you think invented Yorkshire pudding?
Rory Williams: You didn't.
The Doctor: Pudding yet savory. Sound familiar?

Rory Williams: [Rory walks in wearing only underpants, and escorted by soldiers] There are soldiers all over my house and I'm in my pants.
Amy Pond: My whole life I've dreamed of saying that. And I miss it by being someone else.

Amy Pond: [to Rory, in the kitchen] Good job, mister. Civilisations saved. surfaces wiped. What more could a woman ask for? I mean it.
Rory Williams: Where's the Doctor?
Amy Pond: On the Wii again.

Amy Pond: Secret base beneath the Tower? Hope we're not here because we know too much.
Kate Stewart: Yes, I've got officers trained in beheading. Also, ravens of death.
Amy Pond: I like her.


"Doctor Who: Vincent and the Doctor (#5.10)" (2010)
The Doctor: Amy, only one thought, one simple instruction: don't follow me under any circumstances.
[Runs off]
Amy Pond: I won't.
Vincent Van Gogh: Will you follow him?
Amy Pond: Of course.
Vincent Van Gogh: I love you.

Amy Pond: You do have a plan, don't you?
The Doctor: No, I have a thing. It's like a plan, but with more greatness.

Amy Pond: We didn't make a difference at all.
The Doctor: I wouldn't say that. The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. Hey.
[hugs Amy]
The Doctor: The good things don't always soften the bad things, but vice-versa, the bad things don't necessarily spoil the good things and make them unimportant.

The Doctor: Right! OK! Here's the plan:
The Doctor: [to Vincent] Amy...
The Doctor: [to Amy] Rory...
Amy Pond: Who?
The Doctor: [a bit panicky to Amy] Sorry!
The Doctor: [to Vincent] Uh umm... Vincent.
Amy Pond: What? What is the plan?
The Doctor: I don't know actually. My only definite plan is that, in future, I'm definitely just using this screwdriver for screwing in screws.

Vincent Van Gogh: [of the TARDIS console] What do these things all do?
The Doctor: Oh, a huge variety of things. Uh, this one here, for instance, plays soothing music.
[music plays and the Doctor and Amy dance]
The Doctor: Uh, while this one makes a huge amount of noise?
Amy Pond: [nods, whispers] Yeah.
[pulls the control and a noise is produced]
The Doctor: And this one makes everything go absolutely tonto.
[the console room shakes as the TARDIS takes off, throwing Vincent off balance, and they laugh]
Vincent Van Gogh: [reaching for a control] And this one?
The Doctor: [alarmed] That's the friction contrafibulator!
Vincent Van Gogh: [gesturing to another] And, this?
The Doctor: [pointing out red light] That's ketchup, and that one's mustard.
[Amy does presentator-hands gesture at a tall mustard-yellow button]

[Amy, Vincent, and the Doctor walk to the church where Vincent will have had painted the Krafayis. Amy and Vincent talk while the Doctor listens, following behind]
Amy Pond: I'm sorry you're so sad.
Vincent Van Gogh: But I'm not. Sometimes these moods torture me for weeks, for months, but I'm good now. If Amy Pond can soldier on then so can Vincent Van Gogh.
Amy Pond: I'm not soldiering on, I'm fine.
[Amy giggles]
Vincent Van Gogh: Oh, Amy, I hear the song of your sadness. You've lost someone, I think.
[the Doctor silently notes this insight from behind]
Amy Pond: I'm not sad.
Vincent Van Gogh: [looking away] Then why are you crying?
[Amy reaches up to her right cheek and is surprised to find a tear there]
Vincent Van Gogh: It's all right, I understand.
Amy Pond: I'm not sure I do.
[the Doctor does and steals away their conversation]
The Doctor: Okay. Okay! So, now, we must have a plan. When the creature returns...
Vincent Van Gogh: [slowly turns as the Doctor speaks and interrupts, firmly] Then we shall fight him again!


"Doctor Who: The Wedding of River Song (#6.13)" (2011)
Madame Kovarian: [weakly] Amy... help me.
Amy Pond: You took my baby from me. And hurt her. And now she's all grown up and she's fine, but I'll never see my baby again.
Madame Kovarian: But you'll still save me, though. Because *he* would, and you'd never do anything to disappoint your precious Doctor.
Rory: Ma'am, we have to go, now!
Amy Pond: [to Kovarian] The Doctor is very precious to me, you're right. But do you know what else he is, Madame Kovarian? Not here.
[Amy re-attachs Kovarian's eye drive]
Amy Pond: River Song didn't get it all from you, sweetie.
[eye drive activates and Kovarian screams]

Amy Pond: [Kovarian screams in agony as Amy and Rory walk away] So, you and me, we should get a drink some time.
Rory: OK.
Amy Pond: And married.
Rory: Fine.

Rory: Are you sure, River? Are you really, properly sure?
River Song: Of course I'm sure! I'm his wife!
Amy Pond: Yes! And I'm his...
[realises]
Amy Pond: ... mother-in-law.
River Song: [to Rory] Father dear, I think mummy might need another drink.

Amy Pond: So, you and me. When this is all over, we should get a drink sometime.
Rory: Yes, ma'am.
Amy Pond: And married.
Rory: [pauses, looking stunned] Fine.

Winston Churchill: Who the devil are you? Identify yourselves!
Amy Pond: Pond. Amelia Pond.


Doctor Who: Space and Time (2011) (TV)
Amy Pond: [Rory is helping the Doctor fly the TARDIS] How come he gets to go? You never let me have a go!
Rory Williams: Uh Doctor, don't. Seriously, I let her drive my car once.
Amy Pond: Yeah, to the end of the road.
Rory Williams: Where, according to Amy, there was an unexpected house.
Amy Pond: Aw, he's jealous because I passed my test first time.
Rory Williams: You cheated. You wore a skirt.
Amy Pond: I didn't wear a skirt.
Rory Williams: A little luck would have worked too.
Amy Pond: No, no, I did wear a skirt, but it was any old skirt.
Rory Williams: Ever see Amy drive, Doctor?
The Doctor: No.
Rory Williams: Neither did her driving examiner.

The Doctor: [the TARDIS has suddenly stopped] Rory? Did you drop a thermo coupling?
Rory Williams: S-sorry.
The Doctor: Ahhh! How did you do that? I told you don't drop them! I specifically mentioned not dropping them!
Amy Pond: It... it was my fault.
The Doctor: Of course it wasn't your fault!
Rory Williams: It kind of was her fault.
The Doctor: How could it be her fault?
Amy Pond: Because it was my skirt and my husband, and your glass floor.
[beat]
The Doctor: [realizes] Ugh! Rory!

Amy Pond: [a future version of Amy enters the TARDIS] Okay kids. This is where it gets complicated.

Amy Pond: [Amy has encountered a future version of herself] Do I really look like that?
Amy Pond: Yeah, yeah you do.
Amy Pond: [Flirtatiously] Mmmm... I'd give you a driver's license.
Amy Pond: I'll bet you would.
The Doctor: Ohhh... this is how it all ends... Pond flirting with herself... true love at last. Oh, sorry, Rory.
Rory Williams: Absolutely no problem at all.

The Doctor: [a future Amy Pond has appeared in the TARDIS] Okay when does this Amy step inside the box? We need to maintain the timeline.
Amy Pond: As soon as she slaps Rory.
Amy Pond: Okay.
Rory Williams: No, why do I get slapped?
The Doctor: Because we have to stick to the established chain of events. One mistake and the whole timeline could collapse. We'd end up with two Amy Ponds forever and then what would you do?
[Rory looks questioningly at Amy. She slaps him]
The Doctor: Okay you! Into the Police Box... now!


"Doctor Who: The Doctor's Wife (#6.4)" (2011)
Rory Williams: What is happening?
The Doctor: We are leaving the universe.
Amy Pond: How can you leave the universe?
The Doctor: With enormous difficulty.

Rory Williams: He'll be fine. He's a Time Lord!
Amy Pond: It's just what they're called. It doesn't mean he actually knows what he's doing.

The Doctor: I should put you in a new bedroom; you'd like that, wouldn't you?
Amy Pond: OK, Doctor, this time can we lose the bunk beds?
The Doctor: No, bunk beds are cool. A bed with a ladder, you can't beat that!

Amy Pond: She's the TARDIS?
The Eleventh Doctor: And she's a woman! She's a woman and she's the TARDIS.
Amy Pond: Did you wish really hard?
[raises eyebrow at The Doctor]
The Eleventh Doctor: Shut up! Not like that...
Idris/Tardis: Hello, I'm... Sexy.
The Eleventh Doctor: Still shut up.

Rory Williams: How's it going under there?
The Doctor: Yeah, just putting a firewall around the matrix. Almost done.
Amy Pond: Are you going to make her talk again?
The Doctor: Can't.
Rory Williams: Why not?
Amy Pond: It's spacey-wacey, isn't it?
The Doctor: Actually, it's because the Time Lords discovered that if you take an eleventh dimensional matrix and fold it into a mechanical...
Rory Williams: [shorts out two wires showering the Doctor with sparks] .
The Doctor: [shouting] I... Yes, it's spacey-wacey!


"Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol (#6.0)" (2010)
Amy Pond: Have you got a plan yet?
The Doctor: Yes I do.
Amy Pond: Are you lying?
The Doctor: Yes I am.
Amy Pond: Don't treat me like an idiot!
Rory Williams: Was he lying?
Amy Pond: No, no.

Amy Pond: Time can be rewritten.
Kazran Sardick: You tell the Doctor, tell him from me: people can't!

Kazran Sardick: Everybody has to die.
Amy Pond: Not tonight.
Kazran Sardick: Tonight's as good as any other night.

Amy Pond: They really love their snowmen around here, don't they? I've counted about twenty.
The Doctor: Yeah! I've been busy.


"Doctor Who: The Rebel Flesh (#6.5)" (2011)
Amy Pond: Doctor, Rory.
The Doctor: "Rory"?
Amy Pond: [turns about with a "Where is..." gesture] Rory!
The Doctor: [with "big nose" gesture] Oh, Rory. Rory! Always with the Rory!

The Doctor: Behold!
The Doctor: [opens the TARDIS door looking up] A cockerel! Love a cockerel. And underneath, a monestary, 13th century.
Amy Pond: Oh, we've gone all medieval.
Rory: I'm not sure about that.
Amy Pond: Really? Medieval expert are ya?
[Rory had waited from 102 AD to 1996 AD for Amy to be released from the Pandorica, but lets that slide]
Rory: No, it's just that- I can hear Dusty Springfield.

[last lines]
Jimmy: This is insane. We're fightin' ourselves!
The Doctor: Yes, it's insane, and it's about to get even more insanerer. Is that a word?
The Doctor: [louder to the darkness] Show yourself! Right now!
Amy Pond: Doctor, we are trapped in here and Rory's out there with them. Hello? We can't get to the TARDIS and we can't even leave the island.
The Doctor's Voice: [from the darkness] Correct in every respect, Pond: it's frightening; unexpected; frankly a total, utter splattering mess on the carpet; but I am certain, one hundred percent certain,
The Ganger Doctor: [revealed] that we can work this out. Trust me. I'm the Doctor.

The Doctor: [starts running off] I've got to get to that cockerel before all hell breaks loose!
The Doctor: [the Doctor pauses in the archway, turns around, smiling] I never thought I'd get to say that again.
The Doctor: [after a reminiscent pause] Amy, breathe.
[the Doctor runs off]
Amy Pond: [confused] Yeah. I mean, thanks, I'll- I'll try.


"Doctor Who: The Vampires of Venice (#5.6)" (2010)
Amy Pond: Hey, look at this. Got my spaceship, got my boys. So, my work here is done!
Rory Williams: We are *not* her boys!
The Doctor: Yeah, we are.
Rory Williams: Yeah, we are.

Amy Pond: Why did you make the sign of the cross, you numpty?
Rory Williams: [Walking towards Amy] Oh, oh, oh, so, now, I'm being reviewed!

[Francesco has reverted to his true form, and is about to finish Rory off]
Amy Pond: [Out of view] Hey, Mummy's boy!
[Cut to Amy using a folding mirror to reflect sunlight onto Francesco's face, causing his to scream and disintegrate]
Amy Pond: That was lucky!

Amy Pond: [unlocking the TARDIS] Hey, look at this: got my spaceship, got my boys! My work here is done.
Rory Williams: [scoffs as she enters] Uh, *we* are *not* her boys.
The Doctor: Yeah, we are.
Rory Williams: Yeah, we are.


"Doctor Who: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship (#7.2)" (2012)
Riddell: [coming in from trying to tranquilize a pack of velociraptors] Doctor! This is a two-man job!
[sees Amy picking up a tranquilizer gun]
Riddell: And what are you doing?
Amy Pond: [walking past him toward the dinosaurs] I'm easily worth two men. But you can help if you like.

Riddell: Know what I want more than anything else?
Amy Pond: Lessons in gender politics?

Queen Nefertiti: Are you the Doctor's queen?
Amy Pond: No, I'm Rory's queen. Er, wife. Please don't tell him I said I was his queen.
Queen Nefertiti: [speculatively] Does the Doctor have a queen?
Amy Pond: Don't you have a husband?
Queen Nefertiti: [dismissively] The human equivalent of a sleeping potion.
Riddell: Clearly, you need a man of action!
[brandishes tranquilizer rifle]
Riddell: With a big... weapon!
Amy Pond: So, human sleeping potion or walking innuendo. Take your pick!

Amy Pond: I know. I just worry there'll come a time when you never turn up, that something will have happened to you and I'll still be waiting, never knowing.
The Doctor: No, come on, Pond. You'll be there till the end of me.
Amy Pond: Or vice-versa.


"Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot (#6.3)" (2011)
The Doctor: [Amy has appeared on deck dressed in pirate garb and wielding a cutlass] What are you doing?
Amy Pond: Saving your life. You got a problem with that?

Amy Pond: [Avery has warned Amy of the dangers of wielding a cutlass] That's *actually* why I'm pointing it at you!

The Doctor: Ignore all my previous theories!
Amy Pond: Yeah, well we stopped paying attention awhile back!

Avery: To the rigging, you dogs! Let go the sails. Avast ye! Put the bunt into the slack of the clews!
Amy Pond: [pulling on the sheets with Rory] I swear he's making half this stuff up.
Rory: Well, we're going to need some kind of phrase book.


"Doctor Who: Flesh and Stone (#5.5)" (2010)
[Amy is sitting, eyes closed, hands fidgeting. The Doctor covers her hands with his]
The Doctor: [softly] Amy, you need to start trusting me. It's never been more important.
Amy Pond: But you don't always tell me the truth.
The Doctor: If I always told you the truth, I wouldn't need you to trust me.
Amy Pond: Doctor. The crack in my wall. How can it be here?
The Doctor: I don't know yet, but I'm working it out.
[the Doctor looks to something to his left, then back to Amy]
The Doctor: Now, listen. Remember what I told you when you were seven.
Amy Pond: What did you tell me?
The Doctor: No.
The Doctor: [putting his forehead to hers] No, that's not the point. You have to remember.
[the Doctor kisses her forehead and leaves her]
Amy Pond: Remember what? Doctor? Doctor?

The Doctor: I'm 907 years old. Do you understand what that means?
Amy Pond: It's been awhile?
The Doctor: Yea-No. No, No!

The Doctor: A forest in a bottle in a spaceship in a maze. Have I impressed you yet, Amy Pond?
Amy Pond: [in awe] Seven.

Amy Pond: OK. so we've basically run up the inside of a chimney, yeah? So what if the gravity fails?
The Doctor: I've thought about that.
Amy Pond: And?
The Doctor: And we'll all plunge to our deaths. See. I've thought about it.


"Doctor Who: Asylum of the Daleks (#7.1)" (2012)
Oswin: Do you know how you make someone into a Dalek? Subtract love, add anger. Doesn't she seem a bit too angry to you?
Amy Pond: Well, somebody's never been to Scotland.

Amy Pond: Can't chat, working.
Rory Williams: Really? I thought you were just pouting at a camera.

Darla: The asylum. It occupies the entire planet, right to the core.
The Doctor: How many Daleks are in there?
Darla: A count has not been made. Millions, certainly.
The Doctor: All still alive?
Darla: It has to be assumed. The asylum is fully automated. Supervision is not required.
Amy Pond: Armed?
Darla: The Daleks are always armed.
Rory Williams: What colour?
[they look at Rory]
Rory Williams: Sorry, there weren't any good questions left.


"Doctor Who: A Town Called Mercy (#7.3)" (2012)
[discussing why someone wants to kill The Doctor in a town that they've only just arrived at. ]
Amy Pond: What does he want? Has he issued some kind of demand?
Isaac: Says he wants us to give him the alien doctor.
Amy Pond: [to The Doctor] But that's you. Why would he want to kill you? Unless he's met you.

Amy Pond: What's happened to you, Doctor? When did killing someone become an option?
The Doctor: Jex has to answer for his crimes.
Amy Pond: And what then? Are you going to hunt down everyone who's made a gun, or a bullet, or a bomb?
The Doctor: But they keep coming back, don't you see? Everytime I negotiate, everytime I try to understand. Well, not today. No. Today, I honor the victims first. His, the Master's, the Daleks', all the people who died because of MY mercy!
Amy Pond: See, this is what happens when you travel alone for too long. Well, listen to me, Doctor, we can't be like him. We have to be better than him.

Rory Williams: So, what do we do with Jex?
Isaac: "What do we do with him"?
Rory Williams: Yeah. I mean, he's a war criminal.
Isaac: No, he's the guy who saved the town from cholera. The guy who gave us heat and light.
Amy Pond: Look, Jex may be a criminal, and yeah, kinda creepy -...
Kahler-Jex: ...And still in the room.


"Doctor Who: The Hungry Earth (#5.8)" (2010)
Amy Pond: That is breaking and entering!
The Doctor: What did I break? Sonicking and entering, totally different!

The Doctor: Oh look, a big mining thing. Oh, I love a big mining thing. See, way better than Rio. Rio doesn't have a big mining thing.
Amy Pond: We're not going to have a look, are we?
The Doctor: Let's go and have a look.

Amy Pond: Oh please, have you always been this disgusting?
The Doctor: No. That's recent.


"Doctor Who: The Pandorica Opens (#5.12)" (2010)
Amy Pond: What was that?
The Doctor: Okay, need a better look. Gotta draw its fire, give it a proper target.
Amy Pond: How?
The Doctor: Well, you know how sometimes I have really brilliant ideas?
Amy Pond: Yeah...
The Doctor: I'm sorry!
The Doctor: [jumps out from behind the Pandorica] Hey look at me, I'm a target!

The Doctor: Planet One, the oldest planet in the Universe, and there is a cliff of pure diamond, and, according to legend, on the cliff there's writing, letters 50 feet high, a message from the dawn of time, and no one knows what it says because no one's ever translated it. 'Til today.
Amy Pond: What happens today?
The Doctor: Us. The TARDIS can translate anything. All we have to do is open the doors and read very first words of recorded history.
[They step out of the TARDIS. The Doctor's face transitions immediately from gleeful anticipation to flat disappointment]
Writing on cliff face: HELLO SWEETIE
Writing on cliff face: [followed by the Greek letters] Theta-Sigma Phi Gamma-Upsilon-Delta-Qorra
Amy Pond: [laughs] "Vavoom."
[the corner of The Doctor's mouth turns up in a smirk]

Amy Pond: What is that?
The Doctor: Cyber arm, arm of a Cyberman.
Amy Pond: Um, Cyberman?
The Doctor: Well, sort of part-man, part-robot. The organic part's died out years ago. Now the robot-part is looking for, well... fresh meat.
Amy Pond: What, us?
The Doctor: Yeah, it's just like being an organ donor, except you're alive and sort of... screaming.


"Doctor Who: Day of the Moon (#6.2)" (2011)
The Doctor: [to the Silence, who are holding Amy hostage] Oh, hello. Sorry, you're in the middle of something. Just had to say, though, have you seen what's on the telly? Hello, Amy, you all right? Want to watch some television? Ah, no, stay where you are. 'Cause, look at me, I'm confident. You want to watch that, me when I'm confident. Oh, and this is my friend River. Nice hair, clever, has her own gun, and unlike me, she really doesn't mind shooting people. I shouldn't like that. Kind of do a bit.
River Song: Thank you, sweetie.
The Doctor: I know you're team players and everything, but she'll definitely kill at least the first three of you.
River Song: Oh, the first seven, easily.
The Doctor: Seven? Really?
River Song: Oh, eight for you, honey.
The Doctor: Stop it.
River Song: Make me.
The Doctor: Yeah, well, maybe I will.
Amy Pond: Is this really important, flirting? Because I think I should be higher on the list right now!

River Song: [on finding NASA gear] It's Earth tech. Contemporary.
The Doctor: It's very contemporary. Cutting edge. This is from the space program.
River Song: Stolen?
Amy Pond: What, by aliens?
The Doctor: Apparently.
Amy Pond: But why? I mean, if you could make it all the way to Earth, why steal technology that could barely make it to the moon?
The Doctor: Maybe 'cause it's cooler! Look how cool this stuff is!
Amy Pond: [bemused] Cool aliens?
The Doctor: Well, what would you call me?
Amy Pond: An alien.

[first lines]
Canton Delaware: [into car radio] Suspect directly ahead. Coming to you now. Over.
Amy Pond: Canton.
Canton Delaware: [steps out of his car] Miss Pond.
Amy Pond: Is that a body bag?
Canton Delaware: Yes it is.
Amy Pond: It's empty.
Canton Delaware: How about that?


"Doctor Who: Victory of the Daleks (#5.3)" (2010)
The Doctor: Amy, tell him!
Amy Pond: Tell him what?
The Doctor: About the Daleks.
Amy Pond: What would I know about the "Daleks".
The Doctor: Everything. They invaded your world, remember? Planets in the sky: you don't forget that.
Amy Pond: [not recalling] No.
The Doctor: Tell me you remember the Daleks.
Amy Pond: Nope, sorry.
Amy Pond: [nervous chuckle]
The Doctor: That's not possible.

Amy Pond: So what do we do? Is this what we do now, chase after them?
The Doctor: This is what I do, yeah, and it's dangerous so you wait here.
Amy Pond: What? So you mean I've got to stay safe down here in the middle of the London blitz.
The Doctor: Safe as it gets around me.

Amy Pond: So you have enemies then?
The Doctor: Everyone's got enemies.
Amy Pond: Yeah but mines the woman outside Budgen's with the mental Jack Russell, you've got like you know arch enemies.
The Doctor: [Looks thoughtful] I suppose so.


"Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut (#6.1)" (2011)
River Song: We've told him all we can. We can't even tell him we've seen his future self. He's interacted with his own past. He could rip a hole in the universe.
Amy Pond: But he's done it before.
Rory Williams: And, in fairness, the universe did blow up.

The Doctor: You're lying.
Amy Pond: I'm not lying.
The Doctor: Swear to me. Swear to me, on something that matters.
Amy Pond: [she thinks for a moment] Fish fingers and custard.
The Doctor: My life in your hands, Amelia Pond.

Canton Delaware: [pointing to the Doctor] Doctor who, exactly?
Amy Pond: That's classified.
Canton Delaware: Classified by whom?
Amy Pond: God knows


"Doctor Who: The God Complex (#6.11)" (2011)
[Rita and Amy take refuge in a room where a sad clown is sitting on the bed]
Rita: Has it to do with you?
[Amy shakes her head "no"]
Rita: Hello...
Amy Pond: Don't talk to the clown!

Amy Pond: "Let's go to Ravan-Skala," he says. "The people are 600 feet tall, you have to talk to them in hot air balloons, and the Tourist Information Centre is made of one of their hats," he says. I'm sorry, I don't see any huge hats.
The Doctor: [giddy] Amy, Beaky, this could be the most exciting thing I've ever seen!
Rory: You're kidding.
Amy Pond: How can you be excited about a rubbish hotel on a rubbish bit of Earth?
The Doctor: Because, assembled Ponds, this is not Earth. This has just been made to *look* like Earth. The craftsmanship involved... can you imagine?
Amy Pond: What? Then where are we?
The Doctor: I dunno. Something must've yanked us off course. Look at the detail on that cheese plant!
[the Doctor takes a long whiff of one of the plant's leaves]
Rory: Right, but, who would mock-up an Earth hotel?
The Doctor: Colonists, maybe, recreating a bit of home, like when ex-pats open up english pubs in Majorca.
[the Doctor takes a bite out of an apple he's picked up]
The Doctor: No, whoever did this, I'm shaking his/her hand/tenticle.


"Doctor Who: Cold Blood (#5.9)" (2010)
The Doctor: There are fixed points through time where things must always stay the way they are. This is not one of them. This is an opportunity. A temporal tipping point. Whatever happens today will change future events. Create its own time line, its own reality. The future pivots around you, here, now. So do good. For humanity, and for Earth.
Amy Pond: Right. No pressure there, then.

Rory Williams: Amy, I thought I'd lost you.
Amy Pond: What, 'cause I got sucked into the Earth? You're so clingy.


"Doctor Who: Night Terrors (#6.9)" (2011)
Rory: What happened to the lift? We *were* in a lift...
Amy Pond: Yeah, yeah, we were... I remember getting in
Rory: Awwww...
Amy Pond: What?
Rory: We're dead, aren't we?
Amy Pond: Eh?
Rory: The lift fell and we're dead!
Amy Pond: [mumbles something unintelligible]
Rory: We're dead! Again!


"Doctor Who: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe (#7.0)" (2011)
Amy Pond: Well, I'm not gonna hug first.
The Doctor: Nor am I.


"Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor" (2013)
Clara: Doctor!
The Doctor: Hello.
Clara: You're young again. You're okay... You didn't even change your face.
The Doctor: Ha! It's started, I can't stop it now, this is just the reset, a whole new regeneration cycle, ooh. Taking a bit longer, just breaking it in. It all just disappears, doesn't it? Everything you are, gone in a moment; like breath on a mirror. Any moment now, he's a comin'.
Clara: Who's comin'?
The Doctor: The Doctor.
Clara: You, you are The Doctor.
The Doctor: Yup, and I always will be. But times change, and so must I... Amelia.
Clara: Who is Amelia?
The Doctor: The first face this face saw. We all change, when you think about it, we're all different people; all through our lives, and that's okay, that's good, you've gotta keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be. I will not forget one line of this, not one day, I swear. I will always remember when The Doctor was me.
Amy Pond: Raggedy Man... Goodnight.
Clara: No, no...
The Doctor: Hey...
Clara: Please don't change...


"Doctor Who: The Lodger (#5.11)" (2010)
Amy Pond: Football. Okay, well done, that is normal. Yeah, football, all outdoorsy.
The Doctor: Now, football's the one with the sticks, isn't it?