Doctor Who Season 10 Episode 4: "Thin Ice" Quotes
The Doctor: I told you, you don’t steer the TARDIS, you reason with it.
The Doctor: Unsuccessfully, most of the time.
Bill: Doesn’t anybody ever notice the TARDIS?
The Doctor: Your species hardly notices anything.
Bill: How is *that* a screwdriver?
The Doctor: In a very broad sense!
Bill: Oh, and how’s it sonic?
The Doctor: It makes a noise!
If you care so much, tell me how many people you’ve seen die.Bill
Do you want to help me? Or do you want to stand here stamping your foot? Because let me tell you, I’m two thousand years old. And I’ve never had the time for the luxury of outrage.The Doctor
Always remember, Bill -- passion fights, but *reason* wins.The Doctor
Human progress isn’t measured by industry. It’s measured by the value you place on a life. An unimportant life. A life without privilege. That boy who died on the river, that boy’s value is *your* value.The Doctor
Never underestimate the collective human ability to overlook the inexplicable.The Doctor