One-shot about the most saddest quote in the whole show, "I bet you're going to have a really great year." It makes me cry every time. So this shows Rose and The Doctor(s) during the end, beginning, middle, and end. (because time isn't a straight line...so it makes sense if you think about it) *and read the whole thing. I might quote the show, but there's more!
"I met this man. A while back." The ninth Doctor looked up from the plugs, "can we have this chat later?" Rose quickly nodded, "right. You're busy. Sorry." They worked in silence for a while. Rose let out a deep breath, The Doctor kept working. Rose rolled her eyes. Sometimes she wondered about the man in front of her. How their paths had crossed. How for the past year, they had grown closer. Here they were, seconds from death, and Rose was fine. Because she was with the Doctor, and she knew he would get them out. Both of them, and Jack, would go back to safety. But the Doctor had to save the world, again. He could never see someone in pain Rose had learned. He always tried to help whoever he could. That was his downfall, and one day it was going to kill him. Only too late did Rose realize how soon it would.
"Then how can I remember this? The very first word I ever said to you. Trapped in that cellar. Surrounded by shop window dummies. Oh, such a long time ago. I took your hand. I said one word. Just one word. I said...run." Rose couldn't believe the man in front of her could be the Doctor. Her Doctor. She had seen this man before, a year ago. "Doctor?" He grinned, "Hello!" But it couldn't be, Rose had met that man before the Doctor. But he looked and talked the same. Though he looked much more happy now.
"I can't believe this." The tenth Doctor looked up from the kitchen table. "We've been together two years today." Doctor grinned, that same perfect grin she had come to fall in love with. "Yeah." Rose smiled too; happy about how her life was going. The Doctor and the TARDIS, she wouldn't have it any other way. She thought back to a few weeks ago, when the ood had attacked. How close they were both to dying. "Doctor?" he looked up from his cereal, "Huh?" Rose practiced her words in her head, "I lov-" When the room was filled with a loud beeping coming from the control room. The time travel jumped up, "hold that thought." He shouted before running out of the room, reaching inside his robe for his screwdriver. Rose leaned back in her chair, she would tell him later.
"Here you are, living a life day after day. The one adventure I can never have." The Doctor sounded so far away, like the projection was an echo. He was millions of miles away, too far for him to come and get her. "Am I ever going to see you again?" She couldn't.
"What are you going to do?"
" I've got the TARDIS. Same old life. The last of the Time Lords." The TARIDS , how Rose longed for being inside it, the Doctor at her side.
"On your own?" He nodded, Rose brushed some hair out of her face. She had trouble forming words now. Her whole body was shaking, and not from the wind off the coast. She was numb, and her heart was broken. "I want you to know." She drew in a shaking breath, "I met this man once, and- and he told me I was going to have a really great year." The Doctor's image smiled. "Did you?" he asked, not realizing who the man was. Rose nodded, tears staining her face. "I did. I had the best year with you, ok?" She put strength into her words. "And I- I love you."
OK, I cried so hard. It was like watching doomsday all over. Reviews are like no finals xx