- Doctor: How can you not like spaceships?
- Lucie: I do! just not in the sense that I want a poster of one hanging on my bedroom ceiling. That said...at least these are proper spaceships
- Doctor: Yeah I- Wait. What do you mean
- Lucie: Well you know. there's nothing wrong with the TARDIS. (Apart from all the things that are wrong with the TARDIS)
- Doctor: Admittedly
- Lucie: it's just...it's not so much a spaceship as it is a shed
- Doctor: A shed
- Lucie: Your face! i knew it. Classic inferioty complex!
- Lucie: You know for all these spaceships being sleek and powerful and having hyperion boosters and what not...I think I prefer the tardis
- Doctor: Really?
- Lucie: I mean it can go anywhere in time and space - thats gotta count for something [...] What did you say it stood for again? Time and relative dimensions...
- Doctor: Yes.
- Lucie: Time and relative dimensions in....Shed
- Doctor: That is not what it stands for
- Lucie: Yes it does
- Doctor: No i-
- Lucie: Its a shed
Arrangements for War
- Doctor: "It's a challenge for me, in some ways, to travel with you, you know, Evelyn. I mean, I'm so terribly, terribly fond of all my companions. Each of them has been special to me. Unique. It's not just anyone I let into the TARDIS."
- Evelyn: "And it's not just anyone who could put up with your mood swings."
- Doctor: "Indeed, indeed. But they've all been... well, I suppose I have to say... younger.
- Evelyn [in a sort of offended tone]: "Thank you!"
- Doctor: "No, no, no, no, no! Perhaps I mean 'less experienced'. Less... well-rounded. Well, I've traveled with my intellectual equals and with my emotional betters, but no one other than you, Evelyn, has been... well, I've traveled with an American for some time recently, and I'm sure she would tell me the phrase I was looking for."
Big Finish in three words
“Oh my god”
and then you make the “D:” face when your face melts or your heart breaks.