The doctor and donna meet again quote

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the doctor and donna meet again quote

Donna Noble (Doctor Who) Series 4 (- ) quotes on planetclaireTV. Donna: Listen, Sister, you might have eyes on the back of your hands but you'll have Except the last time I met them there was this force, like a stronger mind. Reason tells me that you and I are unlikely to meet again, but I think I shall I came to truly adore Donna Noble, and for her to lose her entire. Everyone stands up, except the Doctor and Donna, who look up and DONNA Lovely! Thanks, then. See you! She walks to the printer. But something is wrong with the printer, so he goes back to Clare and smiles at her.

He runs up to the roof, followed by Donna. The children need me!

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The Doctor and Donna reach the roof and watch the Adipose babies flying toward the nursery ship. They can't help where they come from. That Martha must've done you good. An Adipose waves at them and they wave back.

the doctor and donna meet again quote

They run to the edge. Miss Foster is now soaring in the air, the same height as they are. And if I never see you again, it will be too soon. I'm trying to help! Just get across to the roof.

the doctor and donna meet again quote

Can you shift the levitation beam? I saw the Adiposian instructions - they know it's a crime, breeding on Earth. So what's the one thing they want to get rid of?

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I'm nanny to all these children. In the meantime, the baby Adipose have all reached the ship, now it's only Miss Foster who is still in the air. Mum and Dad have got the kids now, they don't need the nanny anymore! If you don't like it, get out and walk. If you turn right, you'll have a career, not just filling in! You think I'm so useless! Oh, I know why you want a job with H. Well let me tell you, sweetheart; city executives don't need temps except for practice. Well, they haven't met me!

But what if you turned right? What if it changes?

the doctor and donna meet again quote

What if you go right? What if you could still go right? What's on my back? Make the choice again, Donna Noble.

the doctor and donna meet again quote

And change your mind. Turn right and never meet that man! Turn right and change the world! Well, let me tell you, sweetheart. City executives don't need temps, except for practice. Yeah, I suppose you're right.

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I'm not moving to Leeds! All I want is a washing machine. I heard there were jobs going in Glasgow. You can't pick and choose. We've got the whole of southern England flooded with radiation. It just didn't work for me.

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That said, the whole first series following the show's return to television didn't work for me, and I think this is the only DVD set that I haven't watched in its entirety, only watching most of the episodes in their initial run. But "The Parting of the Ways" was one of the few non-Moffat bright spots. And this moment, far more than the regeneration itself, did me in. John Smith has to die. This is apparently where RTD learned that David Tennant was such a contagious cryer, he chose to just turn the guy into a human face fountain for the duration.

But this, when John Smith finds out what he really is, is pure weepy excellence. I can't imagine that I was alone in my apprehension when I heard Catherine Tate would be the new companion for the fourth series. The Christmas specials had been fairly hit or miss in my opinion, and "The Runaway Bride" featured her at her very shrillest. So I wasn't particularly stoked about a Donna-ful season.

But I was gleefully wrong. I came to truly adore Donna Noble, and for her to lose her entire memory of all of the time she spent with the Doctor, all of her time being special when all she ever wanted was to matter, was tragic and not tragic in the way that I viewed the rest of that episode, but I'll get to that later. Forget Rose and her one-hearted consolation prize; all I wanted was for Donna Noble to be saved.

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Rory dies, is erased from history. Can you tell I am an unabashed lover of Rory Williams Pond? Someone who began as a mildly cuckolded wimp has over time become one of the most powerful, most selfless characters in the show's history--at times, even more so than the Doctor.

And this, the moment where he's not only killed however temporarily but erased from Amy's memory, is just brilliantly sob-inducing. I've been looking for a word. A big, complicated word but so sad.

the doctor and donna meet again quote