The Doctor, Rory and Amy had barely escaped from the Weeping Angels; they burst into the TARDIS out of breath and the Doctor walked up to the console, still scowling.
Amy looked at him confused; she had just saved their lives so why was he mad at her?
"What did I do?" she asked.
"Amy what you did was very dangerous!" He exclaimed starting up the TARDIS.
"It worked, though." She said.
"It wasn't smart."
Amy scoffed and turned to Rory. "A little help please?"
Rory shook his head. "Sorry but you should've let us handle it."
She rolled her eyes.
"This is insane, I just saved our lives and I'm getting criticized for it?"
"You could've made things worse." The Doctor scolded.
"Seriously?" Amy groaned.
"Amy, you almost got killed." Rory frowned.
"I'm your girlfriend you should be on my side." She scowled.
"What you did was stupid, okay?" Rory replied.
Amy shook her head. "Why do I even put up with either of you? You don't support me in anything."
Before he could respond a crash of if thunder caused the TARDIS to jerk and jump.
"Doctor, what's going on?" Amy exclaimed as the TARDIS shook and rattled.
The Doctor grasped onto the rail.
"I don't know, yet!" He yelled.
The TARDIS gave a jolt knocking her to floor.
A second jolt caused Rory to fall.
"Please figure it out!" Amy shouted.
"Try harder!" Rory scowled.
He struggled to keep his balance as he scanned the area with his sonic screwdriver.
"Okay, it seems we're in the middle of an electric storm it's affecting the heart of the TARDIS!"
"Meaning what?" Amy groaned.
"Meaning it's causing energy frequencies strong enough to transport someone to a different time!" He said falling to the ground.
"So!?" She said.
"So don't touch the console!" He yelled toppling over.
But the noise from the storm made it hard for her to hear him and Amy struggled to stay on her feet so she reached towards the console.
"No, Amy don't touch that!" He shouted. But she didn't hear and grabbed it sending an electric force that made her vanish from the TARDIS.
"Doctor, where is she?!" Rory yelled.
The Doctor was too stunned to answer and stared at the spot where Amy was just standing.
The Doctor was slowly walking around the console working the controls; the TARDIS sensed his hurt and tried to comfort him with her soothing hums.
It helped but memories of Rose and the sound of loneliness still lingered.
All the pleading in the world wasn't going to convince her that his love was still the same.
He felt silly now for even thinking Rose would accept his new form. She loved the old him and refused to give the Doctor a chance.
He leaned over the console and hung his head; he wiped his eyes and stared at his converse sneakers.
Just then he heard a loud thud and spun around; a young woman was passed out on the floor.
"What, what?" He said.
The Doctor came toward her with caution. It was a girl, an actual girl.
"No, no, no this isn't possible."
He knelt beside her and felt the side of her throat and breathed a sigh of relief when he found a pulse.
The Doctor scanned her with his sonic screwdriver. "Human how is that possible?" He muttered.
Then he heard a soft groan from her and peered over her. "Miss, Miss?" He said.
She didn't answer so he carried her to the pilot seat and covered her with his brown over coat.
He studied her as she rested. She was a pretty girl with long red hair and slim figure but with no I.D she was definitely a mystery.
The Doctor heard her groan again and sat beside her.
"Miss, are you alright?" He said softly.
Amy slowly opened her eyes and tried to raise her head. "Where am I?"
"You're in the TARDIS."
She glanced around and frowned. "He must have redecorated."
He looked at her strangely. "Okay."
"Where's the Doctor?" Amy asked.
"You're looking at him!" He smiled.
Amy studied this tall thin man with slightly spiked brown hair and eyes.
"You're the Doctor?" She scoffed.
He nodded. "Yep!"
"No, my Doctor wears a bowtie." She scowled.
"Bowtie?" He arched his eyebrow.
Amy noticed he was wearing a brown pinstripe suit and neck tie.
"You're cute but you are not the Doctor."
"I promise you I am the Doctor." He said.
She placed her hand on his chest and felt two heartbeats; Amy's eyes widen.
"Are you a future regeneration?" She asked nervously.
"Actually I just regenerated."
As Amy became more alert she became worried.
"Do you know who I am?" She replied.
"No idea but you do seem very nice." The Doctor said.
"Does the name Amy Pond, ring a bell?"
He shook his head. "But you have a lovely name."
Amy closed her eyes and swallowed.
"So let me get this straight you're still the Doctor but you don't recognize me?" Amy replied.
He nodded. "Pretty much, yeah."
Amy nodded. "I'm going to regret asking this but what year is it?"
"2006." He replied.
"Oh, great I'm in the wrong TARDIS and the wrong year!" She groaned.
"Okay, I'm lost. What are you talking about?" He said.
"Well, Doctor I'm from the year 2009 and I'm your future companion." She replied.
The Doctor's eyes widen. "No, that can't happen! There's no way."
She rolled her eyes and reached into her pocket and pulled out a key. "Recognize this Doctor?"
"The TARDIS key, I only give that to my companions." He said studying it.
"And that's who I am or will be, I'm confused." She moaned.
The Doctor looked at her uncertain.
"Please believe me." She begged.
The Doctor sighed. "Okay, I believe you but how did you end up in here?'
"The TARDIS got caught in a violent intergalactic electric storm and I touched something and here I am." She explained.
"Sounds like you touched the console and transported to a different TARDIS."
"Do you think you could send me back?'
The Doctor sighed. "It's kind of hard to send someone back between two TARDIS's."
He rubbed the back of his head. "Well, technically you're still in the same TARDIS so there's a slim chance you'll end up in the right one."
The Doctor thought for a second.
"But I can send you home." He added.
She smiled slightly. "Great." Amy muttered.
Amy really wasn't looking forward to going home or seeing Rory and her Doctor, again.
She decided she wasn't ready to deal with those two and needed a break from them both.
"Let's try that, okay?" He said turning to the control panel.
"Yes?" He asked.
"Um, I really don't want to go home." She said.
The Doctor folded his arms. "Oh?"
Amy nodded. "And regardless of your new face you're still my Doctor."
That seemed to perk him up. "Really?"
"Yeah, so can I travel with you just until my Doctor finds me?" She asked.
"Wait even though I'm not your Doctor you still want travel with me?"
Amy smiled. "Can I?"
The Doctor thought about before a big smile formed across his face.
"Okay, why not?' He replied.
Amy squealed and hugged his neck. "Thank you, thank you!"
The Doctor smiled. "Well, after all you're still a companion, right?"
Amy grinned as he started working the controls.
"So where we going?"
The Doctor smirked. "Well since I just regenerated how someplace brand new?"
"Which is?" She eagerly asked.
"It's a surprise!" He smiled as turned more knobs.
With one final bang on the console he looked at her as his eyes danced. "Ready?"
"Hang on tight!" He smiled flipping a switch causing a big jolt and they were thrown against the console laughing.