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Doctor Who Series 27 Episode 4 -Aliens of London




Rose: How long have I been gone?

Doctor: About twelve hours.

Rose: Oh. Right, I won't be long. I just want to see my mum.

Doctor: What're you going to tell her?

Rose: I don't know. I've been to the year 5 billion and only been gone, what, twelve hours? No, I'll just tell her I spent the night at Shareen's. See you later. Oh, don't you disappear.


Rose: I can't tell her. I can't even begin. She's never going to forgive me. And I missed a year. Was it good?

Doctor: Middling.

Rose: You're so useless. 


Doctor: Well, if it's this much trouble, are you going to stay here now? 

Rose: I don't know. I can't do that to her again, though. 

Doctor: Well, she's not coming with us. 

Rose: No chance. 

Doctor: I don't do families.


Rose: She slapped you! 

Doctor: Nine hundred years of time and space, and I've never been slapped by someone's mother.

Rose: Your face.

Doctor: It hurt!


Rose: When you say nine hundred years?

Doctor: That's my age.

Rose: You're nine hundred years old. 

Doctor: Yeah. 

Rose: My mum was right. That is one hell of an age gap.


Rose: Every conversation with you just goes mental. There's no one else I can talk to. I've seen all that stuff up there, the size of it, and I can't say a word. Aliens and spaceships and things, and I'm the only person on planet Earth who knows they exist.




Doctor: I know. I can't believe I'm here to see this. This is fantastic! 

Rose: Did you know this was going to happen?

Doctor: Nope. 

Rose: Do you recognise the ship? 

Doctor: Nope.

Rose: Do you know why it crashed?

Doctor: Nope.

Rose: Oh, I'm so glad I've got you.


Doctor: This is what I travel for, Rose. To see history happening right in front of us. 

Rose: Well, let's go and see it. Never mind the traffic, we've got the Tardis.

Doctor: Better not. They've already got one spaceship in the middle of London. I don't want to shove another one on top.

Rose: Yeah, but yours looks like a big blue box. No one's going to notice. 

Doctor: You'd be surprised. Emergency like this, there'll be all kinds of people watching. Trust me. The Tardis stays where it is.

Rose: So history's happening and we're stuck here. 

Doctor: Yes, we are. 

Rose: We could always do what everybody else does. We could watch it on TV.


Rose: And where do you think you're going?

Doctor: Nowhere. It's just a bit human in there for me. History just happened and they're talking about where you can buy dodgy top-up cards for half price. I'm off on a wander, that's all.

Rose: Right. There's a spaceship on the Thames and you're just wandering. 


Doctor: You don't need me. Go and celebrate history. Spend some time with your mum. 

Rose: Promise you won't disappear? 

Doctor: Tell you what. Tardis key. It's about time you had one. See you later.


Mickey: You disappear, who do they turn to? Your boyfriend. Five times I was taken in for questioning. Five times. No evidence. Course, there couldn't be, could there? And then I get her, your mother, whispering around the estate, pointing the finger. Stuff through my letterbox, and all 'cos of you.

Rose: I didn't think I'd be gone so long.


Mickey: He's left you. Some boyfriend he turned out to be.

Rose: He wouldn't just go, he promised me.

Mickey: Oh, he's dumped you, Rose. Sailed off into space. How does it feel, huh? Now you are left behind with the rest of us Earthlings. Get used to it. 


Mickey: You ruined my life, Doctor. They thought she was dead. I was a murder suspect because of you.

Doctor: You see what I mean? Domestic.

Mickey: I bet you don't even remember my name.

Doctor: Ricky. 

Mickey: It's Mickey.

Doctor: No, it's Ricky.

Mickey: I think I know my own name. 

Doctor: You think you know your own name? How stupid are you?


Mickey: Every day, I looked. On every street corner, wherever I went, looking for a blue box for a whole year. 

Rose: It's only been a few days for me. I don't know. It's, it's hard to tell inside this thing but I swear it's just a few days since I left you. 

Mickey: Not enough time to miss me, then?

Rose: I did miss you. 

Mickey: I missed you.

Rose: So, er, in twelve months, have you been seeing anyone else? 

Mickey: No. 

Rose: Okay.

Mickey: Mainly because everyone thinks I murdered you. 

Rose: Right. 


Doctor: UNIT. United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. Good people. 
ROSE: How do you know them? 

Mickey: 'Cos he's worked for them. Oh yeah, don't think I sat on my backside for twelve months, Doctor. I read up on you. You look deep enough on the Internet or in the history books, and there's his name, followed by a list of the dead. 

Doctor: That's nice. Good boy, Ricky. 

Rose: If you know them, why don't you go and help?

Doctor: They wouldn't recognise me. I've changed a lot since the old days.


Rose: Oh, my God. I'm going to 10 Downing Street? How come?

Doctor: I hate to say it, but Mickey was right. Over the years I've visited this planet a lot of times, and I've been, er, noticed.