The Doctor: Here. You're going to need these.
Clara: Oh. This is an honor. Does this mean I'm you now?
The Doctor: No, it does not. So don't get any ideas.

The Doctor: Stop laughing. This is serious.
Clara: Well I can't help it, can I, you and your big ole face.

Could you just not let me enjoy this moment of not knowing something? I mean, it happens so rarely.

The Doctor

Well Gus, I think we've solved your little puzzle. Ancient soldier being driven by malfunctioning tech.

The Doctor

If I was putting together a team to analyze this thing, I'd pick you and I think somebody has. Someone of immense power and influence has orchestrated this whole trip.

The Doctor

There were many trains to take the name Orient Express, but only one in space.

The Doctor

Clara: Do you know what? Shut up! I am so sick of listening to you.
The Doctor: Well I didn't do it for Courtney. I didn't know what was going to happen. Do you think
I'm lying?
Clara: I don't know. I don't know! But if you didn't do it for her, I mean. Do you know what? It was
cheap, it was pathetic; no, no no, it was patronizing. Patting us on the back saying you're big enough to go to the shops by yourself now, toddle along.
The Doctor: No, that was me allowing you to make a choice about your own future. That was me
respecting you.
Clara: Oh my God, really, was it? Because respected is not how I feel.
The Doctor: Right. OK. Ah...
Clara: I nearly didn't press that button. I nearly put it wrong. That was you. My friend making me
scared, making me feel like a bloody idiot!
The Doctor: Language.
Clara: Oh don't you ever tell me to mind my language. Don't you ever tell me to take the stabilizers
off my bike and don't you dare lump me in with all the rest of the little humans that you think are so
tiny and silly and predictable. You walk our earth, Doctor, you breathe our air. You make us your
friend, and that is your moon too and you can damn well help us when we need it!
The Doctor: I was helping.
Clara: What? By clearing off?
The Doctor: Yes.
Clara: Well then clear off! Go on! You can clear off. Get back in your lonely, lonely pretty TARDIS
and you don't come back.
The Doctor: Clara! Clara!
Clara: You go away. OK? You go a long way away.

Tell me what you knew, Doctor, or I'll smack you so hard you'll regenerate.


In the mid-21st century, humankind starts creeping off into the stars, spreads its way
through the galaxy to the very edges of the universe and it endures until the end of time. And it does all that because one day in the year 2049 when it had stopped thinking about going to the stars something occurred that made it look up not down. It looked out there into the blackness and saw something beautiful, something wonderful and for once it didn't want to destroy and in that one moment the whole course of history was changed. Not bad for a girl from Coal Hill School and her teacher.

The Doctor

You want today to be the day that life on Earth stops because you couldn't make an unfair


Clara: Doctor, tell me there wasn't anyone inside that thing.
The Doctor: I could, but that wouldn't make it true.

Why didn't you just tell her you didn't mean it?!


Doctor Who Quotes

Great men are forged in fire. It is the privilege of lesser men to light the flame. Whatever the cost.

Warrior Doctor

The Doctor: Clara? You asked me what we're going to do, I told ya. We're going to go to hell, or wherever it is people go when they die, if there is anywhere. Whatever it is we're gonna go there and we're gonna find Danny. And if it is in any way possible, we're going to bring him home. Every culture has a concept of an afterlife. I always meant to have a look around, see if I could find one.
Clara: You're going to help me?
The Doctor: Well, why wouldn't I help you?
Clara: Because of what I just did, I just...
The Doctor: You betrayed me. You betrayed our trust, you betrayed our friendship, you betrayed everything that I've ever stood for. You let me down!
Clara: Then why are you helping me?
The Doctor: Why? Do you think that I care for you so little that betraying me would make a difference?