Would you like a Jellybaby? (1st version)
Would you like a Jellybaby? (2nd version)
Would you like a Jellybaby?
Would you care for a Jellybaby?
Would you like a Jellyba . . . (Laughs) . . . no, I don't suppose you would.
Isn't it wonderful to feel needed.
No, I don't think so somehow.
Before you do anything rash, like pressing another button, may I make an alternative suggestion?
Well I'm impressed.
(Alarms sounding) Is that finger loaded?
No. Impossible. I'm fully booked for the next two centuries.
Some of my best friends are humans.
That's the trouble with computers. No IMAGINATION!!!
How very quaint.
You're guards are entirely charming, and so attentive.
Even the sonic screwdriver won't get me out of this one.
Just don't talk about it, K9. Do it.
Just a minute!!!
Uhh (Clears his throat), you're standing on my scarf.
Look, I don't like to say 'I told you so,' but I told you so.
Oh, what? Have we arrived? Oh, good. Where?
Thank you very much.
Well ... yes.
Yes, there you are. So sorry.
(To K9) Yeah, you never @$!%!#*&!!! know the answer when it's important!
Ah, I see.
Ah! Found it!
Uhhh. Ohhh! I see.
What? But, why?
Ahhhhh hah. Hah hah! Goody.
There's no point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes.
The trouble with computers, of course, is that they're very sophisticated idiots.
How about a little trip in the TARDIS? I'm just off.
You're right, yes.
Yes, it is good.
Yes, oh yes.
Oh yes . . . . . . oh no!
(energy beam sizzles the Doctor) Ahh! YES! YES ! ! !
Goodbye! It's good isn't it. Hmm?
It's the end. But the moment has been prepared for . . .