“This is a lovely kettle.”
“No, that’s a teapot.”
What’s that word again? Oh, teapot.
I’m sorry, the stun-guns aren’t fun.
It was the 50th anniversary of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” on Wednesday (and the song “Moon River” was written by Henry Mancini for the film soundtrack).
The Doctor: Amy Pond. Amelia Pond from Leadworth, please, listen to me. I know it seems impossible, but you know me. In another version of reality you and I were best friends. We..we..traveled together. We had adventures. Amelia Pond, you grew up with a time rift in the wall of your bedroom. You can see what others can’t. You can remember (he grabs something blue) things that never happened, and if you try… If you really really try, you’ll be able to…(he sees the blue box in his hand, the tardis…he realizes that Amy remembers)…OH..
You are loved.
Amy’s got a gun.
Ma’am, we’re about to arrive
[Talking about the Doctor]
Amy: So you and me, we should get a drink sometime.
Amy: And married.