"No, Jenny!" The Doctor exclaimed. "Why not?" His daughter asked trailing him thru the TARDIS.
Jenny had been after him for months to start dating again but the Doctor wasn't hearing it.
"Because I don't want to." He replied.
She rolled her eyes. "That's not a reason."
He sighed. "Look I appreciate it but the last time I fell in love was the final time."
Giving him a sympathetic smile she answered. "I know losing Rose was hard but I'll be starting college soon hard and I don't want you to be alone."
He kissed her on top of her head. "I know and I love you sweetie." She smiled at her father.
"But I'm still not doing it!" The Doctor protested.
Jenny groaned. "So what if something happens like you regenerate and I'm not here?"
"Then I'll e-mail you a photo." The Doctor remarked tugging his bow tie.
"Does that mean I could post it on-line?" She asked sweetly.
"Jenny!" He whined.
"Just trying to help." She replied.
"You are worse than Susan!" He moaned.
"Captain Jack thinks you should date." She said.
The Doctor shot her a look. "Never take relationship advice from that man, ever."
She lowered her eyes. "I just want to help you out."
The Doctor sighed. "Jenny, I'm glad you want to help but my love life is just fine so please stop bugging me!" He begged.
Jenny just nodded and watched him work the console, wishing he would understand.
She wasn't trying to be difficult Jenny just wanted him happy.
She saw nothing wrong with helping him after all he had lost so much it was time he had some happiness. Jenny wasn't giving up; she was determined to find him a girlfriend.
That night Jenny was doing her homework when her cell phone rang. "Hello." She answered.
"Jenny, how are you?" It was her Aunt Martha.
"I'm fine." She sighed.
"Still trying to find the Doctor a girlfriend?" Martha asked. "Uh, no." Jenny lied.
"Jenny." She scolded.
"Well, what if I am?" She whined.
"You do know that he's never been lack of women, right?" Martha pointed out.
"Yeah but I want to find someone like Rose, somebody that he can commit to."
"Good luck with that." Martha replied.
"What's that supposed to mean?" She asked.
Martha sighed. "Jenny, the Doctor has had a lot of female companions and every time he's opened his hearts to one of them, he usually gets his hearts broken. Face it everyone promises and everyone leaves."
"I don't care I'm going to find someone who won't leave." Jenny insisted.
"Okay, well I've got to go. Bye dear!" Martha replied.
After hanging up she was surprised by Martha's lack of optimism.
"Humans." She thought shaking her.
Regardless Jenny was sure she could find the perfect girl for the Doctor. "There has to be someone out there." Jenny thought.
The next day Jenny was hanging out with her friend Luke Smith at the park.
He was helping her write out an ad for the Doctor in the personals column. "What do you think?" He said handing her the tablet.
She looked at and frowned. "No one's going to date a science loving eccentric."
"It's better than calling him a bow tie wearing alien." He pointed out.
"Okay, but take out eccentric and make it "science loving bow tie fan." Oh, and put underneath it looks may change." She suggested.
Luke nodded and wrote it down. "Yeah that's definitely important." He said.
Just then a pretty, young brown hair woman in her early twenties approached them. "Excuse me, could you tell me where Coal Hill Secondary School is?"
Her face suddenly brighten. "Yeah, it's down the road just turn left at the next light."
"Thank you" The woman replied.
Jenny had seen her before, she seemed really nice so she decided to find out her name.
"You must be the new social studies teacher, right?" Jenny asked.
She nodded. "I am, my name is Clara Oswald."
"My name's Jenny and this Luke. We can't wait to be in your class." She smiled.
Luke shot her a strange look. Clara smiled. "We'll, I'm looking forward to it too and thanks for the directions."
As she walked away Luke nudged her in the arm. "Are you daft, we hate social studies."
Jenny grinned at him. "Luke, I think I've found the perfect date for dad."