Jackson Lake: Tell me one thing. All those facts and figures I saw of the Doctor's life, you were never alone. All those bright and shining companions. But not any more?
The Doctor: No.
Jackson Lake: Might I ask why not?
The Doctor: They leave. Because they should or because they find someone else. And some of them, some of them... forget me.
The Doctor: I suppose in the end, they break my heart.
Jackson Lake: There she is. My transport through time and space. The TARDIS!
The Doctor: You've got a balloon.
Jackson Lake: TARDIS. T - A - R - D - I - S. It stands for Tethered Aerial Release Developed in Style! Do you see?
The Doctor: Well, I do now. I like it. Good TARDIS.
Jackson Lake: Might I introduce Rosita. My faithful companion, always telling me off.
The Doctor: They do that, don't they?
Miss Hartigan: But you promised me! You said I would never be converted!
Cyber-Leader: That was designated a "lie."
[the Doctor has saved the people of London]
Jackson Lake: Ladies and gentleman, I know that man! That Doctor on high! And I know that he has done this deed a thousand times. But not once, no, sir, not once not ever has he ever been thanked. But no more, for I say to you on this Christmas Morn, bravo, sir!
Miss Hartigan: The Cyber King will rise. Indeed. How like a man.
The Doctor: Jackson, if anyone had to be The Doctor, I'm glad it was you.
Jackson Lake: Great swathes of my life have been stolen away.
Jackson Lake: What have we got here, then?
The Doctor: Hold on, who are you?
Jackson Lake: I'm the Doctor. Simply the Doctor. The one, the only and the best.
The Doctor: But I've heard all about you, Doctor. Bit of a legend if I say so myself.
Jackson Lake: Modesty forbids me to agree with you, sir. But yes. Yes, I am.
Jackson Lake: With all the things a Time Lord has seen, everything he's lost, he must surely have bad dreams.
The Doctor: Yeah.