Actually, it's "I'm a time traveler. I point and laugh at archaeologists." hehehehehe. Tennant was my favorite, but Matt Smith has some of the best quotes. "There is one WHOPPING mistake in this trap." "I'm sorry Doctor, but what's wrong with the trap? You've no way out." "Because there is one thing you do NOT put in a trap. If you value your continued existence. If you have any plans for tomorrow. There is one thing you never, ever put in a trap. Me."
ah, sorry, I haven't seen that episode in a while, partly because the vashta nerada are in it and they scare the life out of me. "when you get the chance look up word genocide, you'll see a picture of me there and the caption will say 'OVER MY DEAD BODY!'" David Tennant was also my favorite, I think it's funny that in his regeneration he says "I don't wanna go" but in real life the actor had to "regenerate" because he didn't want to do DW anymore. I agree Matt Smith has the best quotes "fish fingers and custard!"
David Tennant didn't WANT to leave Doctor Who, he just felt that if he kept going for too long, it would become a job instead of fun. Have you ever seen a video of his last day on set? He's trying not to cry the whole time and I'm watching this like: "Cry because crying is adorable when you're a TimeLord...." And yeah, after I watched that episode, I became afraid of the dark again.... don't tell anyone....
I agree with those who think she is the Doctor's wife Please ignore my bad spelling don't have my glasses...also the wording may be a bit off by it's pretty close.
Reason 1. In "The Poison Sky" when Donna was on the Centeriens ship she had been spotted by soldiars and saved by the 10th Dr. before they could kill her. Later when the soldiars returned to the control room they said. "There was a human female found inside the ship. We suspect she could have been the Doctors wife."...some may think that they were only guessing that donna was the Doctor's wife, but I think they could have had some knowlegde of the Dr. beign married at some point.
Reason 2. In "The Library" and "Forest of the Dead" when River dies...is "saved" in the end the Doctor says "You know my name. Back there you whispered my name in my ear. There's only one reason anyone could ever know my name." and I think that reason is marriage.