Sky Silvestry : So what is this? Chicken or beef?
The Doctor : I think it’s both…
The Doctor : Sorry, I’m the Doctor, I’m very clever.
The Doctor : And I’ve spoken with the Captain, I can *guarantee* you, everything’s fine. [knocking starts]
Val Cane : Oh, and you’re so special!
The Doctor : As it happens, yes I am.
Dee Dee Blasco : Well, six seconds exactly. That’s enough time to throw someone out.
The Doctor : Well, thanks Dee Dee, that’s *just* what we needed!
The Doctor : [after intense discussion and arguing] Because I’m clever!
The Doctor : The hostess… what was her name?
Professor Hobbes : I don’t know.
Donna Noble : I can’t imagine you without a voice.
The Doctor : Molte bene.
Donna Noble : [repeats] Molte bene.
The Doctor : No. Don’t do that. Don’t. Really. Don’t.
[Sky stares intensely at the frightened passengers]
Dee Dee Blasco, Sky Silvestry : We must not look at goblin men.
Biff Cane, Sky Silvestry : What’s that supposed to mean?
The Doctor, Sky Silvestry : It’s a poem. Christina Rossetti.
Dee Dee Blasco, Sky Silvestry : We must not look at goblin men / We must not buy their fruits / Who knows upon what soil they fed / Their hungry, thirsty roots?
The Doctor, Sky Silvestry : Actually, I don’t think that’s helping.
The Doctor, Sky Silvestry : [Sky is possessed by something and is able to say the exact thing the Doctor says while he says it] Oh, Doctor, you’re so handsome. Yes, I am. Thank You.
The Doctor : Allons-y!
Donna Noble : Oy! And you be careful, all right?
The Doctor : Ahh, taking a big space truck with a bunch of strangers across a diamond planet called Midnight? What could possibly go wrong?
Dee Dee Blasco : I’m just a second-year student, but I wrote a paper on the lost moon of Poosh. Professor Hobbes read it, liked it, took me on as researcher, just for the holidays. Well, I say « researcher, » most of the time he’s got me fetchin’ and carryin’. But it’s all good experience.
The Doctor : And did they ever find it?
Dee Dee Blasco : Find what?
The Doctor : The lost moon of Poosh.
Dee Dee Blasco : [laughing] Oh, no, not yet.
The Doctor : Well, maybe that’ll be your great discovery one day. Here’s to Poosh.
Dee Dee Blasco : [returning toast] Poosh.
The Doctor : No. No, I’m with this friend of mine. Donna. She stayed behind in the Leisure Palace. You?
Sky Silvestry : No, it’s just me.
The Doctor : Oh, I’ve done plenty of that, traveling on my own. I love it! Do what you want, go anywhere.
Sky Silvestry : Ah, I’m still getting used to it. I found myself single rather recently, not by choice.
The Doctor : What happened?
Sky Silvestry : Oh, the usual. She needed her own space, as they say. A different galaxy, in fact. I reckon that’s enough space, don’t you?
The Doctor : Yeah. I had a friend went to a different universe.
The Doctor : Why are you repeating?
Sky Silvestry : Why are you repeating?
The Doctor : What is that, learning?
Sky Silvestry : What is that, learning?
The Doctor : Copying?
Sky Silvestry : Copying?
The Doctor : Absorbing?
Sky Silvestry : Absorbing?
The Doctor : The square root of pi is 1.7…
Sky Silvestry : [talking over] The square root of pi is…
The Doctor : 7245385090…
Sky Silvestry : 1.77245385…
The Doctor : 551602729…
Sky Silvestry : 090551602…
The Doctor : 816748334…
Sky Silvestry : 729816748…
The Doctor : 1. Wow.
Sky Silvestry : 3341. Wow.
[the passengers share amazed, incredulous looks]
Professor Hobbes : But that’s impossible.
Sky Silvestry : [turning to look at Professor Hobbes] But that’s impossible.
Dee Dee Blasco : She couldn’t repeat all that.
Sky Silvestry : [to Dee Dee] She couldn’t repeat all that.
Val Cane : Tell her to stop.
Sky Silvestry : [to Val Cane] Tell her to stop.
Écrit par Midori