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Following is a collection of last and first words from The Doctor.

The Doctor

In the BBC television series Doctor Who, the character The Doctor is a Time Lord (a member of a race of technologically-advanced extraterrestrials of superficially-human appearance). According to the series, Time Lords are able to survive injuries which would otherwise be fatal by 'regenerating', gaining a new appearance and personality but keeping past memories. The eleventh incarnation of the character (portrayed by Matt Smith), describing it in his final moments before regenerating, remarks "It all just disappears, doesn't it? Everything you are gone in a moment, like breath on a mirror." The Tenth Doctor (portrayed by David Tennant) even compared it to death, stating a new man walked away.

  • Well then...Here we go. The long way round...
  • Fear no more, Hogan... After this dreadful night has passed, your scarecrows will not walk again!
    • Who: The Second Doctor (Patrick Troughton)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Night Walkers
    • Note: Forced to regenerate by the Time Lords, the Doctor can't pick an appearance but is too late as he is sentenced to death. However, the Time Lords do not actually carry out the execution in the end, and merely send him on missions for them, giving the official sentence in the Matrix logs as "exile". After a while, The Doctor escapes and some time later animated scarecrows created by the Time Lords carry out the regeneration and his exile begins...
  • Shoes... I must find my shoes...
    • Who: The Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Spearhead from space
    • Note: Having been forced to regenerate by the Time Lords and taken to a nearby hospital after having been found in the middle of a wood The Doctor searches for his shoes which we later discover contain the TARDIS key.
  • Sontarans... perverting the course of human history... I tell you Brigadier, there's nothing to worry about. The Brontosaurus is large and placid... and stupid.
  • It's the end... But the moment has been prepared for.
  • I've had good innings. All those lives I have lived... I hope the footprint I leave will be... light, but apposite... who said that? Who's there. Yes, I will regenerate. Our future is in safe hands...
  • Oh no, Mel... Ah, that was a nice nap! Now down to business... I'm a bit worried about the temporal flicker in sector thirteen... There's a bicentennial refit of the Tardis to book in... I must just pop over to Centauri Seven and then perhaps a quick holiday... Right, that all seems quite clear, just three small points, where am I? Who am I? And who are you? The Rani! Stay back!
  • No! Timing malfunction! The Master; he's out there! I've got to stop... him!
    • Who: The Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy)
    • Source: Doctor Who
    • Note: The Doctor has been mortally poisoned by anaesthetic in a botched operation due to surgeons being unfamiliar with his alien anatomy.
  • Who am I? Who am I? Who... Am... I?
    • Who: The Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann)
    • Source: Doctor Who (1996 film)
    • Note: Having spent several hours dead before his regeneration kicks in the new Doctor wakes up in a hospital morgue but has no recollection of who he is.
  • Physician, heal thyself.
    • Who: The Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Night of the Doctor
    • Note: In the midst of the Time War, the Doctor crashes on Karn with a girl, Cas and after being briefly resurrected from death by The sisterhood of Karn, triggers his regeneration with the help of the elixir of life.
  • Doctor no more.
    • Who: The War Doctor (John Hurt)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Night of the Doctor
    • Note: After drinking the special elixir he takes Cas' ammunition belt and straps it on, abandoning the title of The Doctor he heads off to fight in the Time War.
  • I suppose it makes sense... wearing a bit thin. I hope the ears are a bit less conspicuous this time.
    • Who: The War Doctor (John Hurt)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor
    • Note: After growing remarkably old and grizzled by fighting in the Time War, the War Doctor had not realized how frail his body had turned, focusing nearly all his attention on the Time War. By the conclusion of his final adventure with the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors, his regeneration is triggered automatically.
  • Hello! Oka- New teeth. That's weird... So where was I? Oh, that's right... Barcelona!
  • I don't want to go.
    • Who: The Tenth Doctor (David Tennant)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The End of Time
    • Note: The Doctor regenerates after absorbing a fatal dose of radiation in order to save his friend Wilfred.
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor
    • Note: Taking place chronologically prior to "The End of Time" while airing four years later, the Doctor learns from his own future incarnation that they are buried on Trenzalore, and insists that they need a new destination because "I don't want to go."
  • Legs! I've still got legs! Good. Arms, hands. Ooh, fingers. Lots of fingers. Ears? Yes. Eyes: two. Nose... I've had worse. Chin... blimey! Hair... I'm a girl! No! No! I'm not a girl! And I'm still not ginger! There's something else... Something important, I'm... I'm... I'm... Crashing! Geronimo!
  • The first face this face saw. We all change, when you think about it. We're all different people all through our lives. And that's okay, that's good, you've got to keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be. I will not forget one line of this. Not one day. I swear. I will always remember when the Doctor was me. Hey...
    • Who: The Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor
    • Note: After aging over hundreds of years while defending Trenzalore, The Doctor is granted a new regeneration cycle from the Time Lords. This regeneration generates an immense amount of chronal regeneration energy that causes a "reset", reverting him to look younger. After making his way to The TARDIS and changing his clothes, he speaks his final words to Clara who then witnesses the final stage of this regeneration into his thirteenth incarnation.

Others (Classic Series)

  • Help me! Help me! I can't hold on! I can't hold on!
    • Who: Antodus (Marcus Hammond)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Rescue
    • Note: Unable to pull himself back onto the rock face Ian and the other Thals are climbing, Antodus cuts the rope holding him up and falls to his death.
  • Your terms of peace are hard, my lord.
    [Kublai Khan: Tegana, those who rise against us must be humbled.]
    They shall be honoured. I promised Noghai to make an end of this matter.
    • Who: Tegana (Derren Nesbitt)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Assassin at Peking
    • Note: Tegana tries to kill Kublai Khan, but then kills the vizier by mistake after saying these words. After losing a sword fight to Marco, Tegana grabs a sword and kills himself.
  • No. You have broken your promise.
    [Cyber Controller: Cybermen do not promise. Such ideas have no value. Open.]
    • Who: Kaftan (Shirley Cooklin)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Tomb of the Cybermen episode 4.
    • Note: After Toberman has knocked out Klieg, the Cyber Controller orders Kaftan to open the tombs. Kaftan refuses, so he does it for her. Kaftan then closes the hatch and tries to shoot the Cyber Controller with a handgun, only for him to blast her with his laser.
  • Oh, you're stupid. You still think that your puny minds can survive against us? You're decadent, weak. Do you know that? Weak!
    [The Doctor: Alright, go ahead, kill us.]
    No. I have a better idea. A much better idea. I shall leave you to the Cybermen. I'm sure they'll have some use for you. Or parts of you!
    • Who: Eric Klieg (George Pastell)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Tomb of the Cybermen episode 4.
    • Note: Klieg decides to leave the Doctor and his friends to be killed by the Cybermen, only for one of them to kill him.
  • We must survive. We must survive.
    • Who: The Cyber Controller (Michael Kilgarriff)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Tomb of the Cybermen episode 4.
    • Note: The Cyber Controller tries to escape from the control room, which the Doctor has rigged to be electrified when the doors close, but Toberman stops him at the doors to the tomb. When the doors are closed, the Cyber Controller is electrocuted to death.
  • There's never been such a discovery as this. All my life-
    • Who: Arden (George Waring)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Ice Warriors episode 3.
    • Note: After Arden and Jamie discover the Ice Warriors' ship, Varga and his warriors shoot them both down. Arden is killed, but his body protects Jamie, who is merely knocked out.
  • But, but, but... I want to help you!
    • Who: Storr (Angus Lennie)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Ice Warriors episode 4.
    • Note: Storr tries to side with the Ice Warriors, but they think he's useless and they kill him.
  • What we need is someone like Penley, or that Doctor. Somebody who can think. Not with a machine. And what good's your precious computer done anyway? Nothing! Nothing but trouble! And it's time somebody put a stop to it!
    • Who: Walters (Malcolm Taylor)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Ice Warriors episode 6.
    • Note: Thinking that the computer has caused the problems, Walters tries to smash it, only for Miss Garrett to shoot him with her tranquilizer gun. Later, when Varga and two of his warriors enter the control room, Walters tries to shoot Varga, only to get blasted.
  • It was not power in the engines, Zondal, it was heat. The heat from the Ioniser.
    • Who: Varga (Bernard Bresslaw)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Ice Warriors episode 6.
    • Note: In an attempt to return to Mars, Varga's lieutenant, Zondal, thinks that his engines have got power, but it's actually the Ioniser's heat. The resulting explosion kills the Ice Warriors, including Varga.
  • Every word has been heard on Earth!
    • Who: Fewsham (Terry Scully)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Death episode 5.
    • Note: Fewsham has activated the video link, allowing the people of Earth to hear the Ice Warriors' plans. Slaar then orders one of his warriors to kill him.
  • Slaar! We are passing between Earth and moon! The signal has not led us into the moon's gravitational field!
    [Slaar: Have you lost my signal?]
    Your signal is being received clearly, but we're off course!
    [Slaar: Are you sure your calculations are correct?]
    Our calculations have been checked! You have sent us into an orbit close to the sun!
    [Slaar: Use your retro-active rockets to change course!]
    It is too late! We have insufficient fuel for manoeuver! You have failed us, Slaar! We shall all die! We are being drawn into the orbit of the sun!
    • Who: The Grand Marshall (Graham Leaman)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Death episode 6.
    • Note: Slaar's homing beam has been hijacked by the Doctor, sending the Grand Marshall into the sun.
  • Earth will still die. The fungus will take the oxygen from your atmosphere.
    [The Doctor: No, I'm afraid you've failed there too. We can destroy the fungus.]
    Kill him!
    • Who: Slaar (Alan Bennion)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Death episode 6.
    • Note: After the Grand Marshall's fleet is sent spiraling into the sun, Slaar orders his remaining Ice Warrior to kill the Doctor, but Jamie distracts the Ice Warrior, allowing the Doctor to divert the Ice Warrior's aim so that Slaar dies.
  • No, no! A friend! I'm a friend!
    • Who: Bert the landlord (Don McKillop)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Daemons episode 5.
    • Note: When Bok comes out of the church to deal with UNIT, Bert tries to convince him that he is his friend, only to get killed.
  • This action does not relate! There is no data! It does not relate! Go! Leave me! All of you!
    • Who: Azal (Stephen Thorne)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Daemons episode 5.
    • Note: When the Doctor refuses to take Azal's power, Azal tries to kill him, but Jo offers herself to be killed instead of the Doctor. Confused, Azal self-destructs.
  • I'm sorry, they were too quick for us. They escaped in the darkness.
    [Gold Dalek: You are lying! You have betrayed the Daleks!]
    No! I told you before! Those security guards are no match for humans!
    [Gold Dalek: You are a traitor to the Daleks! You must be exterminated!]
    Who knows? I may have helped to exterminate you!
    • Who: The Controller (Aubrey woods)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Day of the Daleks episode 4.
    • Note: The Controller has let the Doctor and Jo escape the future and return to the present, and then goes to falsify his report to the Daleks. Unfortunately, the Gold Dalek has been told the truth by the head guard and exterminates him.
  • Oh no, not this time. This time it's going to be different!
    • Who: Shura (Jimmy Winston)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Day of the Daleks episode 4.
    • Note: Shura at first believes that he must kill Sir Reginald Styles to prevent the war, but when the Doctor and Jo tell him that the Daleks are coming into the house where Styles is supposed to have his meeting, he tells them to leave so he can set off a bomb which destroys the house, the Daleks and himself.
  • This device is causing the power to overload!
    • Who: Chief Sea Devil (Peter Forbes-Robertson)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Sea Devils episode 6.
    • Note: The Chief Sea Devil says this line before he and the other Sea Devils are killed in a massive explosion caused by the Doctor sabotaging the machine which was supposed to revive Sea Devils globally.
  • Doctor, you've destroyed my dreams! I'll destroy you!
    • Who: The Marshal of Solos (Paul Whitsun-Jones)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Mutants episode 6.
    • Note: The Marshal says this line before Ky enters and kills him.
  • It's back this way.
    • Who: Vaber (Prentis Hancock)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks episode 5.
    • Note: Vaber tries to make a break for freedom after the Daleks try to interrogate him so they can know where the Plain of Stones is, but he gets killed.
  • He ordered an immediate report.
    • Who: Wester (Roy Skelton)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks episode 5.
    • Note: Wester says this line before he releases the bacteria which the Daleks are planning to use to kill all life on Spiridon, killing him and trapping 2 of the Daleks in the room where the bacteria is.
  • It has not been possible! We have been unable to use the bacteria bomb!
    • Who: Dalek Leader (Michael Wisher)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks episode 6.
    • Note: The Dalek Supreme tells the Dalek Leader that he was supposed to kill the Doctor and his friends, but the Dalek Leader objects with this line before the Dalek Supreme tells him he has failed and exterminates him.
  • Who would have thought it would come to this? Stevens, my friend, my sentimental friend, my friiieeeEEEEE--
    • Who: BOSS (John Dearth)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Green Death episode 6.
    • Note: BOSS' mental connection over Stevens is broken, allowing Stevens to set the Global Chemicals building to self-destruct, taking himself and BOSS with it.
  • So, destroy my castle by sorcery, would you, toad face? Well, Irongron's magic is too strong for you!
    • Who: Irongron (David Daker)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Time Warrior episode 4.
    • Note: Irongron is frustrated that Linx is going to destro his castle and tries to kill him, only to get shot down by Linx's ray gun.
  • You superstitious fools!
    [Queen Spider: Be silent, Lupton!]
    I will not be silent! To think that I've lost my chance of power through a spider! A spider that I could crush underfoot without a second thought! A SPIDER
    • Who: Lupton (John Dearth)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders episode 6.
    • Note: When Lupton tries to take the crystal from the Doctor, the Queen Spider stops him. As the Doctor goes to deliver the crystal to the Great One, Lupton gets frustrated that his chance of power is gone and moves to strike down the Queen, only for her to zap him.
  • Bow down, planets! Bow down, stars! Bow down before the Great One! The me! The great, all powerful me! AAAAAAHHHH! I HURT! HELP ME, I AM BURNING, MY BRAIN IS ON FIRE! HELP MEEEEEE! AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!
    • Who: The Great One (Maureen Morris)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders episode 6.
    • Note: Thinking her goal is complete when she takes the blue crystal from the Doctor to complete her crystal web so her mental powers can be increased. the Great One starts to gloat. Unfortunately for her, radiation build up in the web and, since there's now way to vent it, her mind is destroyed.
  • You don't want trouble with the Space Technician's union, Doctor.
    [The Doctor: What?]
    [Knocks him out]That's my job.
    • Who: Rogin (Richardson Morgan)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Ark in Space episode 4.
    • Note: Rogin knocks the Doctor out so that he can move him to safety while the shuttle containing the Wirrn can take off. He is then killed when he is caught in the exhaust blast.
  • Goodbye, Vira...
    • Who: Noah (Kenton Moore)
    • Source: Doctor Who: The Ark in Space episode 4.
    • Note: After his body is fully transformed into an insectoid Wirrn, Noah leads the Wirrn swarm into a shuttle which is set to self-destruct. His final words are a message to the woman he was supposed to marry.
  • You are insane, Davros!
    • Who: Gharman (Dennis Chinnery)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks episode 6.
    • Note: Gharman says this line before Davros summons the Daleks to kill him and all the other Kaleds who are against Davros.
  • Stop this, Davros! You must stop them!
    • Who: Kravos (Andrew Johns)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks episode 6.
    • Note: When Davros sets his Daleks on everyone who is against him, Kravos orders him to stop, only for Nyder to throw him into the path of a Dalek gun.
  • Yes, Davros.
    • Who: Nyder (Peter Miles)
    • Source: Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks episode 6.
    • Note: When a Dalek activates the production line to create more Daleks, Davros orders him to turn it off. When the Dalek refuses, Davros orders Nyder to do so instead. The Dalek then exterminates Nyder.
  • My Skystriker! My Glory!
    • Who: Vorus (David Collings)
    • Source: Doctor Who Revenge of the Cybermen episode 4.
    • Note: Despite being fatally injured by Tyrum, Vorus manages to launch the rocket he calls Skystriker to try and destroy the beacon where the Doctor and Sarah are.
  • Master, spare me. Spare me. I am a true servant of the great Sutekh.
    • Who: Ibrahim Namin (Peter Mayock)
    • Source: Doctor Who Pyramids of Mars episode 1.
    • Note: Mistaking Scarman for Sutekh, Namin kneels before him, only for Scarman to kill him.
  • Who dares to interfere!?
    [The Doctor: You're caught in a temporal trap, Sutekh.]
    Time Lord! I shall destroy you! I shall destroy you!
    [The Doctor: How long do Osirans live, Sutekh?]
    Release me!
    [The Doctor: Never. You're caught in the corridor of eternity.]
    Release me, insect, or I shall destroy the cosmos!
    [The Doctor: You're a thousand years beyond the twentieth century now, Sutekh. Go on for another ten thousand.]
    I'll spare the planet Earth! I'll give it to you as a plaything! RELEASE ME!
    [The Doctor: No, Sutekh. The time of the Osirans is long past.]
    • Who: Sutekh (Gabriel Woolf)
    • Source: Doctor Who Pyramids of Mars episode 4.
    • Note: Before Sutekh can escape the time tunnel, the Doctor stops him and sends him into the future, aging him to death.
  • We're as dead as mutton, you realise? RIP. It's ridiculous, isn't it?
    • Who: Scorby (John Challis)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Seeds of Doom episode 6.
    • Note: As the Krynoid is demolishing the mansion that the Doctor, Sarah and Scorby are trapped in, Scorby says these words before attempting to escape the mansion. His attempt is stopped by the plants forcing him underwater and drowning him.
  • You and your kind are parasites. You're dependent upon us for the air you breathe and the food you eat. We have only one use for you!
    • Who: Harrison Chase
    • Source: Doctor Who The Seeds of Doom episode 6.
    • Note: As Sarah is searching for Henderson in the basement, Chase tells her that Henderson has been put in his compost machine and then decides to put her in there as well. Later, the Doctor shows up and releases Sarah, only to get into a struggle with Chase. In the end, the Doctor tries to save Chase from being crushed, but Chase tries to pull him in, but fails and dies.
  • Not me, you fool! Him! I am your master! Taren Capel!
    • Who: Taren Capel (David Bailie)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Robots of Death episode 4.
    • Note: Taren Capel says this line before he is strangled to death by one of the Sandminer robots who fails to recognise him due to Leela releasing helium into the atmosphere.
  • You fool! Do you think a metal barrier can contain the Swarm!?
    • Who: The Nucleus (John Leeson)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Invisible Enemy episode 4.
    • Note: In his container, the Nucleus says these words to the Doctor, who puts a blaster next to the door, so it will set off the explosive gas he has released into the base. As the Doctor, Leela and K9 escape, the Nucleus opens the door and triggers the blaster, causing the base to explode.
  • Doctor. This grenade will give me a lot of pleasure.
    [The Doctor: You'll destroy us all.]
    Yes. It is a glory to die for a glorious Sontaran empire.
    [The Doctor: But you'll destroy this entire galaxy.]
    Yes, and all of the Time Lords with it.
    [The Doctor: And your battlefield.]
    Yes, Doctor. But it is a small price to pay. If we cannot control the power of the Time Lords, then we shall destroy it. Goodbye, Doctor!
    • Who: Commander Stor (Derek Deadman)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Invasion of Time episode 6.
    • Note: Just as Stor is about to destroy the TARDIS using a grenade, the Doctor confronts him with the De-Mat gun. Before Stor can plant his grenade, though, the Doctor shoots him.
  • Romana!
    • Who: Lexa (Jacqueline Hill)
    • Source: Doctor Who Meglos episode 4.
    • Note: Before the Doctor, Romana, Caris and Deedrix can go to Zolfa-Thura to stop Meglos and General Grugger from destroying Tigella, a dying Gaztak tries to shoot Romana. Lexa pushes her out of the way, but is hit by the beam.
  • Stop the countdown! Stop the clock!
    [General Grugger: Right, it must be this one.]
    Fool! Stop!
    • Who: Meglos (Tom Baker)
    • Source: Doctor Who Meglos episode 4.
    • Note: Meglos, having heard of the Doctor making the Dodecahedron destroy Zolfa-Thura instead of Tigella, escapes from the cell he is in and tries to stop General Grugger and Lieutenant Brotadac from firing the Dodecahedron. He is too late and Zolfa-Thura is destroyed, along with him, General Grugger and Lieutenant Brotadac.
  • Now I'll never know if I was right...
    • Who: Adric (Matthew Waterhouse)
    • Source: Doctor Who Earthshock episode 4.
    • Note: Adric says this line before he freighter he is on blows up.
  • Hello, boys. Just in time for the fun.
    • Who: Stien (Rodney Bewes)
    • Source: Doctor Who Resurrection of the Daleks episode 4.
    • Note: Stien says this line before a Dalek exterminated him. Before he dies, he manages to hit the red self-destruct lever and blow up the space station and the battle cruiser.
  • Salateen... Hold me...
    • Who: Sharaz Jek (Christopher Gable)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Caves of Androzani episode 4.
    • Note: After being fired upon by Stotz, Jek pushes Morgus into a laser beam and then says this line before he dies in the arms of his most developed android, Salateen.
  • What is happening?
    [Azmael: You are lost, Mestor!]
    What are you doing!?
    • Who: Mestor (Edwin Richfield)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Twin Dilemma episode 4.
    • Note: After Mestor jumps into Azmael's body, the Doctor destroys the former's body using a beaker of acid he picked up in the lab. Azmael then triggers his final regeneration, killing both himself and Mestor.
  • My only regret is leaving Jaconda. Gave me a good life. Many great moments. One of the best, my friend, was that time by the fountain.
    • Who: Azmael (Maurice Denham)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Twin Dilemma episode 4.
    • Note: After triggering his final regeneration to kill Mestor, Azmael says this line before he finally dies.
  • The drug is affecting my brain. Irreversible damage.
    [The Doctor: I'm the Doctor, I'll tell you if it's irreversible or not. Now just hang on.]
    I did my best. I kept my word.
    [The Doctor: I know.]
    Please, Doctor, kill me.
    • Who: Lytton (Maurice Colbourne)
    • Source: Doctor Who Attack of the Cybermen episode 2.
    • Note: Lytton says this line to the Doctor before the Cyber Controller enters. Lytton then stabs the Controller with a Sonic Lance which the Doctor placed in his hand and ultimately gets killed.
  • Let's get out of here.
    • Who: Natasha (Bridget Lynch-Blosse)
    • Source: Doctor Who Revelation of the Daleks episode 2.
    • Note: Natasha says this line to her companion, Grigory, before a Dalek kills them both.
  • Now! Run!
    • Who: George Ratcliffe (George Sewell)
    • Source: Doctor Who Remembrance of the Daleks episode 4.
    • Note: Ratcliffe says this line before trying to steal the Renegade Daleks' Time Controller, only to die at the hands of the girl who was enslaved to the Dalek Battle Computer.
  • You stay there.
    [Ace: It might be the Doctor. Put the gun down, Mike. It's too late for that. Come on, Mike. Who are you gonna shoot with it anyway?]
    Just stay there!
    • Who: Mike Smith (Dursley McLinden)
    • Source: Doctor Who Remembrance of the Daleks episode 4.
    • Note: When Ace tries to retrieve the Daleks' Time Controller, Mike holds her at gunpoint. The girl rings his doorbell and Mike goes to answer it, only for her to kill him.
  • Good hunting, sister.
    • Who: Karra (Lisa Bowerman)
    • Source: Doctor Who Survival episode 3.
    • Note: Karra compliments Ace's hunting skills before she dies from her injuries caused by the Master. Karrra is the last character to die in the classic series.

Others (Modern Series)

  • It's true! Everything I read, all the stories! It's all true!
    • Who: Clive (Mark Benton)
    • Source: Doctor Who Rose
    • Note: Clive refers to all the stories he's read about the Doctor before he is blasted by an auton.
  • Then stop wasting time, Time Lord.
    • Who: Jabe (Yasmin Bannerman)
    • Source: Doctor Who The End of the World
    • Note: Jabe tells the Doctor to hurry and activate Platform one's shields before she burns to death.
  • We're going to die!
  • I'm too young!
  • Gwyneth, stop this. Listen to your master. This has gone far enough. Stop dabbling, child, and leave these things alone, I beg of you-
    • Who: Gabriel Sneed (Alan David)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Unquiet Dead
    • Note: Mr. Sneed says this line before one of the Gelth-possessed corpses kills him.
  • Leave this place!
    • Who: Gwyneth (Eve Myles)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Unquiet Dead
    • Note: Gwyneth cays this line to the Doctor and Rose before she sacrifices herself to stop the Gelth.
  • I'm far more than that. I'm nanny, to all these children.
    • Who: Cofelia a.k.a. Ms. Foster
    • Source: Doctor Who Partners in Crime
    • Note: Ms Foster/Cofelia barbs this saying she is the nanny for the Adipose she conceived illegally through humans on Earth.. Since the crime has been found out, the Doctor reminds, "Exactly! Mom and dad have got the kids now, they don't need the nanny anymore!" Sure enough, the levitation beam from the Adipose ship is deactivated sending Cofelia falling to her death on the pavement below.
  • Sontar HA!
    • Who: Luke Rattigan (Ryan Sampson)
    • Source: Doctor Who The Poison Sky
    • Note: Luke says this this after transporting the Doctor off the Sontaran flagship and uses the Doctor's atmospheric converter bomb to kill both himself and the Sontarans on board.