Quotes from Doctor Who
The Doctor: So in the year five billion, the sun expands, the Earth gets roasted.
Rose: That was our first date.
The Doctor: We had chips.
Rose: What's the city called?
The Doctor: New New York.
Rose: Oh come on.
The Doctor: It is. It's the city of New New York. Strictly speaking, it's the fifteenth New York since the original. So that makes it New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New York.
Novice Hame: Legend says that the Face of Boe has watched the Universe grow old. There's all sorts of superstitions around him. One story says that just before his death the Face of Boe will impart his great secret. That he will speak those words only to one like himself.
The Doctor: What does that mean?
Novice Hame: It's just a story.
The Doctor: Tell me the rest.
Novice Hame: It's said he'll talk to a wanderer. To the man without a home. The lonely god.
Cassandra in Rose: It's the Doctor. The same doctor with a new face. Hypocrite! I must get the name of his surgeon.
The Doctor: Rose, might I introduce Her Majesty, Queen Victoria. Empress of India and Defender of the Faith.
Rose: Rose Tyler, Mum. And my apologies for being so naked.
Queen Victoria (Pauline Collins): I've had five daughters. It's nothing to me.
Queen Victoria: I am the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. Everything around me tends to be planned.
Queen Victoria: We shall dine at seven and talk some more of this wolf. After all, there is a full moon tonight.
Sir Robert: So there is, mum.
Dinner Lady: What are you doing?
Rose: Calling an ambulance.
Dinner Lady: No need. She's quite alright. screams come from inside the office. It's fine. She does that.
Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen): Hello.
The Doctor: Oh, I should think so.
Sarah Jane: And you are?
The Doctor: Hm? Ah, Smith. John Smith.
Sarah Jane: John Smith. I used to have a friend who sometimes went by that name.
The Doctor: Well it's a very common name.
Sarah Jane: He was a very uncommon man.
Sarah Jane: I can't believe it's you. Mickey screams Okay, now I can.
Mickey: It's a spaceship. Brilliant! I got a spaceship on my first go.
Rose: It looks kind of abandoned. Anyone on board?
The Doctor: Nah. Nothing here. Well, nothing dangerous. Well, not that dangerous. Know what, I'll just have a quick scan. In case of something dangerous.
Mickey: You said this was the 51st century.
The Doctor: I also said this ship was generating enough power to punch a hole in the Universe. I think we just found the hole. Must be a spaceship with a temporal hyperlink.
Mickey: What's that?
The Doctor: No idea. Just made it up. Didn't want to say "Magic Door".
Reinette: Monsieur, be careful!
The Doctor: Just a nightmare, Reinette. Don't worry about it. Everyone has nightmares. Nothing to worry about. Even monsters under the bed have nightmares, don't you [?].
Reinette: What do monsters have nightmares about?
The Doctor: Me!
Reinette: It is customary, I think, to have an imaginary friend only during one's childhood. You are to be congratulated on your persistence.
Rose: Well, we've landed. We've got to be somewhere.
The Doctor: We fell out of time. Through the void into nothingness. We're in some sort of noplace. A silent realm. A lost dimension.
Mickey: Otherwise known as London.
Mickey: I've seen it in comics. People are popping from one alternative world to another. It's easy.
The Doctor: Not in the real world. Used to be easy. When the Time Lords kept their eye on things. You could pop between realities, home in time for tea. Then they died. And took it all with them. The walls of reality closed. The world was sealed. And everything became a bit less kind.
Pete: I thought I was broadcasting to security services and what do I get? Scooby Doo and his gang. They've even got the van.
The Doctor: Oh Lumic. You're a clever man. I'd call you a genius except I'm in the room.
The Doctor: Hold on a minute. There are three important, brilliant and complicated reasons why you should listen to me. One— The officer hits him, knocking him down Hell of a right hook! Have to watch out for that.
The Doctor: I can't help thinking, Detective Inspector, you're not doing much detective inspecting.
Jefferson: Captain, you're not going to believe this. We've got people. Out of nowhere. I mean real people. I mean two living people. Just standing here. Right in front of me.
Zach: Don't be stupid. That's impossible.
Jefferson: I was just telling them that.
Ida: This lump of rock is suspended in perpetual geostationary orbit around that black hole without falling in. Discuss.
Rose: And that's bad, yeah?
The Doctor: Bad doesn't cover it.
The Doctor: For once in my life, Officer Scott, I'm going to say... retreat.
The Doctor: If you really are the Beast then answer me this: which one? Hm? "Cause the Universe has been busy since you've been gone. There's more religions than planets in the sky.
Elton: I like football, I like a drink, I like Spain. And if there's one thing I really, really love, it's Jeff Lynde and the Electric Light Orchestra. 'Cause you can't beat a bit of ELO.
The Doctor: Someone wants a word with you.
Rose stepping out of the TARDIS: You upset my mum.
Elton: Great big absorber beast from outer space and you're upset with me?
Rose: No one upsets my mum.
The Doctor: Hm. Tickles.
What's your game?
The Doctor: My... um. Snakes and Ladders. Quite good at squash, reasonably. I'm being facetious, aren't I? There's really no call for it.
Rose: But maybe that's why Chloe feels so alone. 'Cause she has all these terrible dreams about her dad, but she can't talk to you about them.
The Doctor: Her and the Isolus... two lonely kids who need each other.
Rose: This is the story of how I died...
Jackie: But you can see them. They look human.
Rose: She's got a point. They are sort of blurred, but they're definitely people.
The Doctor: Maybe not. They're pressing themselves into the surface of the world. But a footprint doesn't look like a boot.
Rose: According to the paper, they've elected a ghost as MP for Leeds. Now don't tell me you're going to sit back and do nothing.
The Doctor: Who you gonna call?
The Doctor: I ain't afraid of no ghosts.
Jackie: Do you think you'll ever settle down?
Rose: The Doctor never will, so I can't. I'll just keep on traveling.
Jackie: And he'll keep on changing. And in forty years time, fifty, they'll be this woman, this strange woman walking through the marketplace. On some planet a billion miles from Earth. But she's not Rose Tyler. Not anymore. She's not even human.
Yvonne: Torchwood Institute has a motto: If it's alien it's ours.
The Doctor: It's a Void ship.
Yvonne: And what is that?
The Doctor: Well it's impossible, for starters.
Cyberman: I ordered surrender.
The Doctor: They're not taking instructions! They understand. You're on every street. You're in their homes. You've got their children. Of course they're going to fight!
Cyberman: Your design in inelegant.
Dalek: Daleks have no concept of elegance!
Cyberman: This is obvious.
Cyberman: Daleks be warned. You have declared war upon the Cybermen.
Dalek: This is not war! This is pest control!
Rose: Five million Cybermen, easy. One doctor, now you're scared.