She appeared in a burst of blinding light, a blaster in her hands. "Hello, sweetie," she said with a glint in her eye.

"River, where have you been? I've been calling you for ages."

"Spoilers," she said, shaking her head.

He sighed. "Fine, fine, moving on. We have to get to this planet to stop this thing from happening." As he rambled on, he dashed about the console pushing buttons and flipping switches.

"Sweetie," River said in an 'I'm smarter than you' tone. She then proceeded to reverse some of his switching and pressing.

"River Song, stop touching my TARDIS! Who do you think you are exactly?"

"Hello?" she said in a sing-song manner.

"Honestly, I don't know why I bother having you around sometimes."

"Oi!" a bossy redhead shouted at him. "That's my daughter you're talking about!"

"I know, I know. You don't need to remind me." The Doctor waited for River to turn her back and then once again pressed buttons and flipped switches.

"Sweetie," River said in a warning tone.

"River, don't you know any other words?"

"Spoilers," she said matter-of-factly.

The Doctor snarled in frustration. "I swear, River, if you don't say something else, I'll shoot Amy."

"Oi!" the redhead yelled again.

"Sweetie," River said, in a dead serious 'don't do it' way.

Just then, the TARDIS materialized and sparks burst from beneath the floor. River calmly marched to the doors and pulled them open. She stepped outside to find a planet apparently on fire, explosions echoing in the distance and smoke billowing through the air. "Hello," she said, looking eagerly around.

"Alright, that's it, I did warn you," the Doctor called. There was a bang.