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"Doctor Who" The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe (TV Episode 2011) Poster

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The Doctor: Do what I do. Hold tight and pretend it's a plan!

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Amy Pond: Well, I'm not gonna hug first.

The Doctor: Nor am I.

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Lily Arwell: What's happening?

The Doctor: No idea. Do what I do. Hold tight and pretend it's a plan.

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Madge Arwell: Listen Cyril, tell him that I've borrowed Mr Goldsmith's car, that I've found a spaceman in a field, possibly an angel, but he's injured and I can't get his helmet off, so I'm going to have to take him into town to find a police telephone box. All right?

Cyril Arwell: [thinks] All right.

Madge Arwell: Good boy.

[She exits. Cyril's father enters through another door]

Reg Arwell: Was that your mother? Where's she going?

Cyril Arwell: Out.

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The Doctor: This is one of the safest planets I know. There's never anything *dangerous* here.

[an explosion rocks the forest]

The Doctor: There are sentences I should just keep away from.

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[Madge has escorted The Doctor to a police box, because he has a space suit on backwards]

The Doctor: I just need to find the uh... The key.

Madge Arwell: Oh. Do you want me to do it with a pin? I'm good with a pin.

[removes a hairpin from her hair]

The Doctor: [as Madge works on door lock with her hairpin] Multidimensional, triple-encoded, temporal interface. Not really susceptible to pointy things.

Madge Arwell: Got it!

The Doctor: Ok. Suddenly the last 900 years of time travel seem that bit less secure.

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Lily Arwell: Where are we?

The Doctor: In a forest. In a box. In a sitting room. Pay attention! He's about 20 minutes ahead of us.

Lily Arwell: But we just saw him!

The Doctor: Time moves differently across the dimensional planes. What do they teach you in school these days?

Lily Arwell: But I don't understand where we are!

The Doctor: We went through a dimensional portal... thingy.

Lily Arwell: Well what's that supposed to be? Where did it come from?

The Doctor: It was a present and it wasn't supposed to be opened until Christmas Day. Honestly who opens their Christmas Presents early? OK... shut up... everyone.

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Ven-Garr: She's unarmed sir.

Droxil: Who are you?

Ven-Garr: Wait Armed! No, Unarmed. Sorry sir, she' s wearing wool sir. Natural Fabrics they interfere with our...

Droxil: Please say we can tell the difference between wool and sidearms.

Ven-Garr: We can tell the difference sir.

Droxil: Can we?

Ven-Garr: Not always sir, no.

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The Doctor: A fairy land? Oh, grow up. A fairy land looks completely different.

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The Doctor: Suddenly the last 900 years of time travel seem less secure.

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The Doctor: This is one of the safest planets I know. There's never anything *dangerous* here.

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The Doctor: There are sentences I should just keep away from!

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