Idris: There’s a sign on my front door. You have been walking past it for seven hundred years. What does it say?
The Doctor: That’s not instructions.I
dris: There’s an instruction at the bottom. What does it say?
The Doctor: “Pull to open.”
Idris: Yes, and what do you do?
The Doctor: I push!
Idris: Every single time, seven hundred years. Police box doors open out the way.
The Doctor: I think I have earned the right to open my front doors any way I want.
Idris: Your front doors? Do you have any idea how childish that sounds?
The Doctor: You are not my mother.
Idris: And you are not my child.
The Doctor: You know, since we’re talking with mouths, not really an opportunity that comes along very often, I just wanna say, you know, you have never been very reliable.
Idris: And you have?
The Doctor: You didn’t always take me where I wanted to go.
Idris: No, but I always took you where you needed to go

Idris: There’s a sign on my front door. You have been walking past it for seven hundred years. What does it say?

The Doctor: That’s not instructions.I

dris: There’s an instruction at the bottom. What does it say?

The Doctor: “Pull to open.”

Idris: Yes, and what do you do?

The Doctor: I push!

Idris: Every single time, seven hundred years. Police box doors open out the way.

The Doctor: I think I have earned the right to open my front doors any way I want.

Idris: Your front doors? Do you have any idea how childish that sounds?

The Doctor: You are not my mother.

Idris: And you are not my child.

The Doctor: You know, since we’re talking with mouths, not really an opportunity that comes along very often, I just wanna say, you know, you have never been very reliable.

Idris: And you have?

The Doctor: You didn’t always take me where I wanted to go.

Idris: No, but I always took you where you needed to go