Rose Tyler: All right. As my mate Shireen says, don't argue with the designated driver. Can't exactly call for a taxi. No signal. We're out of range. Just a bit.
(Doctor takes her phone)
Doctor: Tell you what. With a little bit of jiggery-pokery...
Rose Tyler: Is that a technical term, jiggery-pokery?
Doctor: Yes, I came first in jiggery-pokery. What about you?
Rose Tyler: No, failed hullabaloo.
Doctor: Aw. There you go.
Rose Tyler: I've got to go and find my mum and someone's got to look after this stupid lump. So...
Doctor: OK. See you around.
(Doctor gets into the TARDIS and flies away...)
Rose Tyler (to Mickey): Come on, let's go.
(Doctor appears again...)
Doctor: By the way, did I mention it also travels in time?
Rose Tyler (to Mickey): Thanks.
Mickey Smith: Thanks for what?
Rose Tyler: Exactly.
(Rose runs into the TARDIS)
Doctor: First, I've got to find it. How can you hide something that big in a city this small?
Rose Tyler: Hold on. Hide what?
Doctor: A transmitter. The Consciousness is controlling every single piece of plastic, so it needs a transmitter to boost the signal.
Rose Tyler: What does it look like?
Doctor: Like a transmitter! Round and massive... somewhere slap banging in the middle of London. (Stops walking and has the view on the London Eye behind him) A huge, metal, circular structure, like a dish, like a wheel, radial, close to where we're standing, it must be completely invisible. (Rose is looking at the London Eye) What? What? What is it? What? Oh. (he finally gets it) Fantastic!
Clive: The Doctor is a legend, woven throughout history. When disaster comes, he's there. He brings the storm in his wake, and has one constant companion.
Rose Tyler: Who's that?
Clive: Death. If the Doctor's back, if you've seen him, Rose, one thing's for certain. We're all in danger. If he singled you out, if the Doctor's making house calls... then God help you.
Rose Tyler: Really, though, Doctor... Tell me. Who are you?
Doctor: Do you know like we were saying? About the Earth revolving? It's like when you're a kid. The first time they tell you the world's turning and you can't believe it cos it looks like everything's standing still... I can feel it. (takes her hand) The turn of the Earth. The ground beneath our feet is spinning at 1,000 miles an hour. The entire planet is hurtling round the sun at 67,000 miles an hour. I can feel it, we're falling through Space, you and me. Clinging to the skin of this tiny little world, and if we let go... (lets go of her hand) That's who I am. Now forget me, Rose Tyler. Go home.
Rose Tyler: You pulled his arm off!
Doctor: Yep, plastic.
Rose Tyler: Very clever, nice trick. Who are they, students? A student thing?
Doctor: Why would they be students?
Rose Tyler: I don't know!
Doctor: You said it. Why students?
Rose Tyler: 'Cos... to get that many people dressed up and being silly they got to be students.
Doctor: That makes sense. Well done.
Rose Tyler: Thanks.
Doctor: They're not students.