A tribute to BBC's 10th »Doctor«




At first: The Big Question

Can anybody answer this question: What the hell happened to Tom Milligan?!? If you remember the episode “The Poison Sky” (Season 4) Martha said she were enganged to him (I don’t remember exactly if she mentioned his name but there definetly had been a conversation with Donna about the man she got engaged to and that he was busy as a doctor in Africa – but in the very last episode she was suddenly married to… Mickey???)


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Smith and Jones (3.1, 31.03.2007)

(Written by Russell T Davies, directed by James Hawes)


Smith and Jones: The Doctor introduces himself to Martha in a quite unusual way

Martha meets the Doctor for the very first time. All he says is: Like so – see? and takes off his tie. (Later on Martha realizes that he only did that to prove he can travel in time.)


Smith and Jones: Bad news for an Alien

To be honest: I’ve just uploaded this one because I LOVE how the Doctor raises his eyebrow at 1:03 ;-) (well… yeah, he did that very often… but this one is a CU and I like it most, can’t do anything ’bout it)
CHIEF JUDOON: Catalogue all suspects.
THE DOCTOR (delighted): Oh, look down there, you’ve got a little shop. I like a little shop.
MARTHA: Never mind that! What are Judoon?
THE DOCTOR: Galactic police. Well, police for hire. More like interplanetary thugs.
MARTHA: And they brought us to the moon?
THE DOCTOR: Neutral territory. According to galactic law, they’ve got no jurisdiction over the Earth, and they isolated us. That rain? Lightning? That was them, using an H2O scoop.
MARTHA: What’s that about ‘galactic law’? Where’d you get that from? If they’re police, are we under arrest? Are we trespassing on the moon or something?
THE DOCTOR: No. But I like that. Good thinking. No, it’s more simple. They’re making a catalogue, it means they’re after something non-human, which is very bad news for me.
MARTHA: Why?– Oh, you’re kidding me! (1:03 – THERE IT IS!!!) Don’t be ridiculous. Stop looking at me like that.
THE DOCTOR: Come on, then.


Smith and Jone: Hazardous hairstyle

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In case you didn’t notice and I’m not the one to haver: I’m totally devoted to the 10th Doctor and so any single little detail is important to me… just like this scene… when his hairstyle becomes worse and worse by any minute (explains why every girl wants to ruffle his hair, innit?) :-) *sigh*
MARTHA: They’ve reached third floor. What’s that thing?
THE DOCTOR: Sonic screwdriver.
MARTHA: Well, if you’re not going to answer me properly!
THE DOCTOR: No, really, it is. It’s a screwdriver, and it’s sonic. Look.
MARTHA: What else have you got? A laser spanner?
THE DOCTOR: I did, but it was stolen by Emily Pankhurst, cheeky woman.– Oh, this computer! The Judoon must have locked it down. Judoon platoon upon the moon. ‘Cause I was just travelling past, I swear, I was just wandering, I wasn’t looking for trouble, honestly, I wasn’t, but I noticed these plasma coils around the hospital, and that lightning, that’s plasma coils, been building up for two days now, so I checked in, I thought something was going on inside, it turns out the plasma coils were the Judoon up above.
MARTHA: But what were they looking for?
THE DOCTOR: Something that looks human, but isn’t.
MARTHA: Like you. Apparently.
THE DOCTOR: Like me. But not me.
MARTHA: Haven’t they got a photo?
THE DOCTOR: Might be a shape-changer.
MARTHA: Whatever it is, can’t you just leave the Judoon to find it?
THE DOCTOR: If they declare the hospital guilty of harbouring a fugitive, they’ll sentence it to execution.
MARTHA: All of us?
THE DOCTOR: Oh yes. If I can find this thing first… Oh! Just that they’re thick! Judoon are thick! They are completely thick! They wiped the records. Oh, that’s clever.
MARTHA: What are we looking for?
THE DOCTOR: I don’t know. Any patient admitted in the past week with unusual symptoms. Maybe there’s a back-up.
MARTHA: Just keep working. I’ll go ask Mr. Stoker, he might know.


Smith and Jones: I look daft with one shoe

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The Doctor closes and locks the door in the face of a Slab.

THE DOCTOR: When I say ‘now’, press the button.
MARTHA: I don’t know which one. [personal remark: so far, Martha's made a clever impression-- now, there's just one single fat yellow button, yelling: 'Press me!!!'... and she's going to read the bloody manual?!? Oh, c'mon!]
THE DOCTOR: Find out!

THE DOCTOR uses his sonic screwdriver on some of the machinery. MARTHA goes for the Operator’s Manual. The Slab breaks down the door.

THE DOCTOR: Now! (zaps the Slab with radiation, his skeleton visible. The Slab falls inert. -Listen to the silent sound of the weaving zipper *g*-)
MARTHA: What did you do?
THE DOCTOR: Increased the radiation by five thousand per cent. Killed him dead.
MARTHA: Isn’t that likely to kill you?
THE DOCTOR: Nah, it’s only radiation. We used to play with roentgen bricks in the nursery. It’s safe for you to come out, I’ve absorbed it all. All I need to do is expel it. (he starts bouncing and hopping) If I concentrate I can shake the radiation out of my body and into one spot. It’s in my left shoe. Here we go, here we go, easy does it… (shaking his foot) Out, out, out, out, out. Out, out, ah, ah, ah, ah. It is, it is, it is, it is, it is hot. Ah – hold on. (throws his shoe into the dustbin) Done.
MARTHA: You’re completely mad. [personal remark: you are so very right, Martha!]
THE DOCTOR: Right. I look daft with one shoe. (removes and discards the other one) Barefoot on the moon!


Smith and Jones: You called me Doctor!

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THE DOCTOR (takes what remains of his sonic screwdriver out of the x-ray machine, mourning): My sonic screwdriver.
MARTHA: She was one of the patients, but -
THE DOCTOR (self-concentrated): My sonic screwdriver!
MARTHA: …he had a straw like some kind of vampire.
THE DOCTOR (still not listening, regretful): I loved my sonic screwdriver!
MARTHA (getting him to the ground): Doctor!
THE DOCTOR: Sorry.– (he tosses the sonic screwdriver away, and smiles delighted) You called me ‘Doctor’.
MARTHA (impatient, indifferent): Anyway! Miss Finnegan is the alien. She was drinking Mr. Stoker’s blood.
THE DOCTOR: Funny time to take a snack. You’d think she’d be hiding. Unless – no. Yes, that’s it, wait a minute. Yes! Shape-changer. Internal shape-changer. She wasn’t drinking blood, she was assimilating it!


The Shakespeare Code (3.2, 07.04.2007)

(Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Charles Palmer)


Gridlock (3.3, 14.04.2007)

(Written by Gareth Roberts, directed by Richard Clark)


Daleks in Manhattan (3.4, 21.04.2007)

(Written by Helen Raynor, directed by James Strong)


Evolution of the Daleks (3.5, 28.04.2007)

(Written by Helen Raynor, directed by James Strong)


The Lazarus Experiment (3.6, 05.05.2007)

(Written by Stephen Greenhorn, directed by Richard Clark)


42 (3.7, 19.05.2007)

(Written by Chris Chibnall, directed by Graeme Harper)


Human Nature (3.8, 26.05.2007)

(Written by Paul Cornell, directed by Charles Palmer)


The Human Nature: Deleted Scene: Robert DeWho?

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The Doctor’s singing a line of Bananarama’s “Robert DeNiro’s waiting” and ABBA’s “Gimme, gimme”… and decides he doesn’t want no man after midnight ;-)


The Family of Blood (3.9, 02.06.2007)

(Written by Paul Cornell, directed by Charles Palmer)


Blink (3.10, 09.06.2007)

(Written by Steven Moffat, directed by Hettie MacDonald)


Utopia (3.11, 16.06.2007)

(Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Graeme Harper)


The Sound of Drums (3.12, 23.06.2007)

(Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Colin Teague)


The Sound of Drums (3.12, 23.06.2007) – I like it when you use my name

Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Colin Teague

THE DOCTOR (takes the phone from MARTHA): I’m here.
SAXON (serious, takes phone off speaker): Doctor.
SAXON: I like it when you use my name.
THE DOCTOR: You chose it. Psychiatrist’s field day.
SAXON: As you chose yours. The man who makes people better. How sanctimonious is that?
THE DOCTOR: So… Prime Minister.
SAXON: I know. It’s good, isn’t it?
THE DOCTOR: Who are those creatures? ‘Cause there’s no such thing as the Toclafane. It’s just a made-up name like the Bogeyman.
SAXON: Do you remember all those fairy tales about the Toclafane when we were kids? Back home. Where is it, Doctor?
SAXON: How can Gallifrey be gone?
THE DOCTOR: It burnt.
SAXON: And the Time Lords?
THE DOCTOR: Dead. And the Daleks… more or less. What happened to you?
SAXON: The Time Lords only resurrected me because they knew I’d be the perfect warrior for a Time War. I was there when the Dalek Emperor took control of the Cruciform. I saw it. I ran. I ran so far. Made myself human so they would never find me because… I was so scared.
SAXON: All of them? But now you, which must mean…
THE DOCTOR: I was the only one who could end it. And I tried. I did. I tried everything.
SAXON: What did it feel like, though? Two almighty civilizations burning. Oh, tell me, how did it feel?
THE DOCTOR: Stop it!
SAXON: You must have been like God.
THE DOCTOR: I’ve been alone ever since. But not anymore. Don’t you see, all we’ve got is each other.
SAXON: Are you asking me out on a date?
THE DOCTOR: You could stop this right now. We could leave this planet. We could fight across the constellations if that’s what you want. But not on Earth.
SAXON: Too late.
THE DOCTOR: Why do you say that?
SAXON: The drumming. (drums fingers on table) I thought it would stop but it never does. Never ever stops. Inside my head, the drumming, Doctor. The constant drumming.
THE DOCTOR: I could help you. Please, let me help.
SAXON: It’s everywhere. Listen, listen, listen. (taps table) Here come the drums. Here come the drums.

A man leaning on a building by the DOCTOR begins tapping his hands against his legs.

THE DOCTOR: What have you done? Tell me how you’ve done this. What are those creatures? Tell me!
SAXON (sitting in front of his laptop): Ooh, look. You’re on TV.
THE DOCTOR: Stop it! Answer me!
SAXON: No, really. You’re on telly! (clicks on BBC newscast) You and your little band, which, by the way, is ticking every demographic box. So, congratulations on that. Look, there you are! Ha!
BBC NEWSCASTER: …They are known to be armed and extremely dangerous.
SAXON: You’re public enemies number one, two and three. Oh, and you can tell handsome Jack that I’ve sent his little gang off on a wild goose chase to the Himalayas so he won’t be getting any help from them. (switches on CCTV outside the shop in time to see MARTHA and JACK join the DOCTOR) Now, go on, off you go. Why not start by turning… to the right?
THE DOCTOR (turns and notices the camera): He can see us. (uses the sonic screwdriver on the camera)
SAXON: Ooh, you public menace. Better start running. Go on. Run!
THE DOCTOR: He’s got control of everything.
MARTHA: What do we do?
JACK: We’ve got nowhere to go.
MARTHA: Doctor, what do we do?
SAXON: Run for your life, Doctor!


Last of the Time Lords (3.13, 16.06.2007)

(Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Colin Teague)


(Transcripts are taken from Doctor Who (2005+) Transcripts →, with revisions, extensions and additions by myself )


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