Monthly Archives: February 2011

A Holiday for the Doctor

Why can’t you wear inconspicuous clothes like I do? -The Doctor You can’t walk into the middle of a western town and say you come from outer space! -The Doctor

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The Final Test

If you don’t abide by the rules, you can’t possibly win the game. -Cyril I think they’ll abide by the rules now, Doctor. Don’t you agree? -Celestial Toymaker The mind is indestructible–so is the Toymaker. -The Doctor

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The Dancing Floor

Oh, what a lovely name, Dodo. -Sergeant Rugg

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The Hall of Dolls

You know, I feel very foolish talking to a playing card. -Dodo It isn’t very charming to be told you’re not real. We were not amused. -Queen of Hearts (Dodo beat out Rose a long time ago!)

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The Celestial Toyroom

I don’t like the feel of the place any more than you do, but we’ll have to face up to it. -The Doctor

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The Bomb

You mustn’t think they were perfect, oh no. Sometimes they were extremely intolerant and selfish. -The Doctor Why should any of us die for an idea they thought of. -Maharis Unless you learn to live together, there’s no future for … Continue reading

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The Return

Well, in that case, we will just have to stay here. -The Doctor

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The Plague

The nature of man, even in this day and age, hasn’t altered at all. You still fear the unknown, like everyone else before you. -Steven Open your eyes, my dear child, otherwise you won’t be any use to me, will … Continue reading

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The Steel Sky

There’s nothing you can tell me about nature, simply nothing. -Dodo Home, that’s an idea. I couldn’t send you home, even if I wanted to. -The Doctor Machines tell fewer lies than men. -Zentos

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Bell of Doom

I do not fear death. I only hope we have nothing to fear from my staying alive. -de Coligny God had very little to do with it. -Catherine de Medici Not mercy, madame–policy. -Tavannes My dear Steven, history sometimes gives … Continue reading

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