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Dr. Who: That stuff must have found the TARDIS a bit indigestible even without the forcefield on, so it swallowed a bit of the surrounding matter as well. Hm, rather like taking a pill with a swig of water.

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Dr. Who: All my life I've known of you and honored you as our greatest hero.

Omega: A hero? I should have been a god!

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Dr. Who: Tell me, how did YOU manage to survive?

Omega: How does anyone survive? Force of will - mind, you might say, over ANTI-matter.

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Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart: Now, see here, Doctor, you have finally gone too far!

Dr. Who: I rather think we all have.

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Sergeant Benton: Doctor, look!

Dr. Who: Oh, my giddy aunt!

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Omega: Power is the only freedom that I seek. Absolute power is absolute freedom. No bargains, especially not with those who betrayed and deserted me.

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Dr. Who: Well, singularity is a point in space-time which can exist only inside a black hole. We are IN a black hole, in a world of antimatter very close to singularity, where all the known physical laws cease to exist. Now, Omega has got control of singularity and has learned to use the vast forces locked up inside the black hole.

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Dr. Who: Long, long ago, we learned the secret of time travel, but in order to make it a reality we had to have a colossal source of energy.

Dr. Who: Now, Omega provided that energy by a fantastic feat of solar engineering. Now, we thought he was destroyed, instead of which he finished up here.

Dr. Who: Yes, it seems that his imprisonment was the price of our freedom to travel in time.

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Omega: I have been grievously wronged, Doctor, and now it is time for my vengence.

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Omega: Without me there would be no time travel. You and our fellow Time Lords would still be locked in your own time, as puny as those creatures you now so graciously protect.

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Omega: Those who oppose the will of Omega shall not live!

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