The Doctor: Yep, blood. Human blood. A positive… with just a dash of iron. Agh. That means… Blood control. Blood Control! Oh, I haven’t seen blood control for years! You’re controlling all the A positives.
The Doctor: I’m old enough to know that a longer life isn’t always a better one. In the end you just get tired. Tired of the struggle. Tired of losing everyone that matters to you. Tired of watching everything turn to dust. If you live long enough, Lazarus, the only certainty left is that you’ll only end up alone. Lazarus: That’s a price worth paying. The Doctor: Is it?
Let me tell you something about those who get left behind. Because it’s hard. And that’s what you become, hard. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that I will never let her down. And I’ll protect them both until the end of my life.
The Doctor: It strikes me, Professor, you’ve got a room which no man can enter without dying. Is that correct? Professor Yana: Yes. The Doctor: Well.. I think I’ve got just the man. Jack: Was someone kissing me?
One of my favourite episodes ever. I love that they worked with the breakdown of humanity during crisis and left the creature unknown. Compared to gas-mask zombies, weeping angels, daleks, cybermen, and Time Lords, I found the creature from Midnight to be the most terrifying of all.
Jack: Hold on, ladies. I don’t want to have to shoot either one of you. Android 1: But you’re unarmed. Android 2: You’re naked! Android 1 : But that’s a compact laser deluxe! Android 2: Where were you hiding that? Jack: You really don’t want to know.
The Doctor: How’s it going? Rose/Sarah Jane: [start laughing] The Doctor: What? Listen I need to find out what’s programmed inside these- Rose/Sarah Jane: [laughing] The Doctor: What? Rose/Sarah Jane: [laughing] The Doctor: Stop it!