"These two characters never left the moment of ‘on the table about to have sex, and interrupted by the brother’. In a real sense, that’s who they’ve been from the moment we met them in the miniseries until the moment she vanishes on the hill. That’s really who they are. […] They were doomed. Doomed and not doomed. They weren’t doomed lovers, they were frozen lovers. They were like right there, about to go somewhere, and then they just couldn’t, you know, and they just sort of remained in that sort of hover, over the table forever.” — Ronald D. Moore, ‘Daybreak’ extended version commentary
The world we know is gone, but keeping our humanity? That’s a choice.
I’m born, I live, I die. And always, there’s the Doctor. Always I’m running to save the Doctor. Again and again and again. And he hardly ever hears me. But I’ve always been there. Right from the very beginning. Right from the day he started running.
For someone who was never meant for this world, I must confess I’m suddenly having a hard time leaving it. Of course, they say every atom in our bodies was once part of a star. Maybe I’m not leaving… maybe I’m going home.
For once, I would like to know where I’m going. No, You really wouldn’t.
Look what we’ve got.
there’s monsters that are chasing me all day long
I’m carrying my heart but it’s made of stone.
And do you know what? I wouldn’t have missed it for the world.