Hunger looks very much like evil from the other end of the cutlery. Do you think your bacon sandwich loves you back?

The Doctor

Bill: Doesn’t make sense then!
The Doctor: What doesn’t?
Bill: “TARDIS”! If you’re from another planet, why would you name the box in English? Those initials wouldn’t *work* in any other language!
The Doctor: People don’t generally bring *that* up.

Nardole [about the TARDIS]: First, you have to imagine a very big box fitting inside a very small box.
Bill: Okay!
Nardole: Then, you have to *make* one! [beat] It’s the second part people normally get stuck on.

The Doctor: This is the gateway to everything that ever was and ever can be.
Bill: ...Can I use the toilet?

Bill: It’s like a…
The Doctor: Spaceship!
Bill: Kitchen!
The Doctor [taken aback]: ...A what?
Bill: A really posh kitchen!

Bill: What good’s getting in a box gonna do?!
The Doctor: What an extraordinarily long and involved answer this is gonna be!

The Doctor: Hello, Bill. What’s that?
Bill: I’ll tell you what it *isn’t* -- a freak optical effect! And it’s following me!

I know you know lots of stuff about… well, basically everything, but… do you know any sci-fi?

Bill

Time is a structure relative to ourselves. Time is the space made by our lives, where we stand together forever. Time and relative dimension in space. It means life.

The Doctor

Time. Time doesn’t pass. Time is an illusion. And Life is the magician. Because Life only lets you see one day at a time. You remember being alive yesterday, you hope you’re going to be alive tomorrow, so it feels like you are traveling one to the other, but nobody’s moving anywhere! Movies don’t really move. They’re just pictures, just lots and lots of pictures, all of them still. None of them moving, just frozen moments!

The Doctor

Poetry, physics, the same thing.

The Doctor

And they lived happily ever after.

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Doctor Who Quotes

Once, long ago, a fisherman caught a magic haddock. The haddock offered him three wishes in return for its life. The fisherman said, “I’d like for my son to come home from the war. And a hundred pieces of gold.” The problem is, the magic haddock, like robots, don’t think like people. The fisherman’s son came home from the war, in a coffin. And the king sent a hundred gold pieces in recognition of his heroic death. The fisherman had one wish left. What do you think he wished for? Some people say he should have wished for an infinite series of wishes, but if your city proves anything, it is that granting all your wishes is not a good idea. [...] In fact, the fisherman wished he hadn’t wished the first two wishes.

The Doctor

Hunger looks very much like evil from the other end of the cutlery. Do you think your bacon sandwich loves you back?

The Doctor