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(1st Doctor) I've been in this racket for fifty years. You know what I've done? I have done it all!
(2nd Doctor) And without my imagination, I wouldn't have a sense of humor.
(3rd Doctor) I should explain that my presence here could either be termed as circumstantial...
...or the force of destiny.
(4th Doctor) Now then, precisely what is it that you want of me?
(5th Doctor) What really went on between Marilyn Monroe and the Kennedy's?
And who really pulled the trigger on JFK?
(6th Doctor) I'm telling you, you're in for a big surprise. One very big surprise.
(7th Doctor) You were right, I am not...human.
(8th Doctor) Listen, I've sized up the strength of the enemy forces.
Next week I go for first strike...all out victory.
(9th Doctor) If there's something wrong, those who have the ability to take action have the responsibility to take action.
(10th Doctor) We thought the days of losing lives were behind us.
(11th Doctor) I ask you now...to prepare for war.
(War Doctor) When the war is over, we can have the luxury of debating the morality of what we do.
(12th Doctor) Oh, never underestimate the power of one man...I know I don't.
(Polly) I've never been spoken to- (2nd Doctor) Spoken to that way before? Well, maybe it's about time.
(7th Doctor) Leave me alone, or I will destroy your whole planet.
(6th Doctor) Can we talk this over?
(10th Doctor) Don't open that! It's an alien planet! Is there air? You don't know!
(7th Doctor) Seems okay.
(Kenneth) Shouldn't somebody be going to find a doctor?
(3rd Doctor) You won't have to look very far, Mister Magee.
(6th Doctor) I can't believe this.
(6th Doctor) This is an ambush.
(5th Doctor) FBI
(9th Doctor) No, it does not "turn me on". Stop.
(11th Doctor) I had a dream it would end this way.
(3rd Doctor) Our fate was decided long ago...
...the old order is gone forever. Now we too must crumble into dust.
(The Master) After we met, I abandoned my evil goal to focus on brightening my own timeline instead.
(1st Doctor) There will come soft rains and the smell of the ground,
And swallows circling with their shimmering sound; And frogs in the pools singing at night,
And wild plum trees in tremulous white;
Robins will wear their feathery fire,
Whistling their whims on a low fence-wire;
And not one will know of the war, not one Will care at last when it is done.
Not one would mind, neither bird nor tree, if mankind perished utterly;
And Spring herself, when she woke at dawn Would scarcely know that we were gone.
(7th Doctor) That was a hell of a thing.