Ok here's chapter 2. Now I'm not sure if I want to do a little epilogue or something. I don't know, do you guys want one? If you do you'll have to wait a few days, exams. Anyway, I do not own Doctor Who or any of the dialogue from the episode.
Sunlight filters in the window as Amy wakes up. She looks around at her Doctor doll and the wedding dress hanging on the open wardrobe door.
Amy bolts up startled as a woman enters her room carrying breakfast, "morning!"
Amy looks at her shocked, "You're my mum. Oh, my god. You're my mum."
Amy's mum looks confused for a moment, "well, of course I'm your mum. What's the matter with you? And this is your breakfast, which your father made, so feel free to tip it out of the window if it's an atrocity. Downstairs, ten minutes? Big day!" she puts the breakfast down before rushing out of the room.
"Of course she's my mum. Why is that surprising?"
Going downstairs Amy cautiously enters the living room to see a man standing by the fireplace. He looks up and smiles, "Ah, Amelia. I fear I may have been using the same joke book as the best man."
"You're my tiny little dad!" Amy squeals as she runs up to hug him.
Amy's mum walks into the room behind her and goes to fix her dad's tie, "Amelia, why are you behaving as if you've never seen us before?"
Amy goes back upstairs to call Rory, "hello!" he answers cheerfully.
"Do you feel like you've forgotten something really important? Do you feel like there's a great big thing in your head, and you feel like you should remember it, but you can't?"
"Yep," Rory answers hesitantly.
"Are you just saying yes because you're scared of me?"
"I love you."
"Yep. Er, I mean, I love you too!" Amy hangs up and turns to look at her wedding dress, a smile slowly spreading across her face.
The wedding reception is in full swing with Amy and Rory smiling and laughing. A man stands up, "Ladies and gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen, the father of the bride, Augustus Pond!"
Everyone claps as he stands up, "Sorry, everyone. I'll be another two minutes. I'm just reviewing certain aspects."
Amy's father sits back down and her mum leans over, "Your father, Amelia, will be the absolute death of me. Unless, of course, I strike pre-emptively." As Amy looks out the window she sees a woman with blonde curly hair walk by.
She stands up and continues to look out the window. "Amy? You okay?" Rory asks.
Amy looks down at him, "yeah, I'm fine." She slowly sits back down.
"Right. Er, you're crying," Rory says looking a bit worried.
Amy touches her cheek, "So I am. Why am I doing that?" she looks at him.
"Because... you're... happy, probably. Happy Mrs Rory. Happy, happy, happy," he says trying to be reassuring.
Amy starts shaking her head, "no, I'm sad. I'm really, really sad."
Rory turns away and gets out a, "great."
"Why am I sad?" she looks at the table and sees a blue journal, "what's that?"
Rory looks down, "oh, er, someone left it for you. A woman," he says while picking it up.
Amy grabs it out of his hands, "but what is it?"
"It's a book," Rory says while Amy starts flipping through it
"It's a present."
Amy looks at him desperately, "but why?"
"Well, you know the old saying," at her confused look he continues, "the old wedding thing. Huh?" Amy slowly looks back to the book. "Amy, what? Hey."
Augustus stands back up, "Ready now. Sorry about that. Last minute adjustments to certain aspects. Now then, it hardly seems a year since," As he talks Amy looks at the guests and sees a man wearing a red bow tie and another wearing braces.
A tear falls onto the book and she stands up, "Shut up, Dad!"
"Sorry, but shut up, please. There's someone missing. Someone important. Someone so, so important."
"Amy what's wrong?" Rory asks worriedly.
"Sorry," she clears her throat, "sorry, everyone. But when I was a kid, I had an imaginary friend."
Amy's mum groans, "oh no, not this again."
"The raggedy Doctor. My raggedy Doctor. But he wasn't imaginary, he was real." People started to look away embarrassed. "I remember you. I remember! I brought the others back, I can bring you home, too. Raggedy man, I remember you, and you are late for my wedding!" she shouts and slams her fist onto the table. Nothing happens at first but then the glasses start rattling.
"I found you. I found you in words, like you knew I would. That's why you told me the story, the brand new, ancient blue box." A strong wind starts blowing the balloons around. "Oh, clever. Very clever."
"Amy, what is it?"
"Something old. Something new. Something borrowed. Something blue," she says as the TARDIS materializes in the middle of the room.
"It's the Doctor. How did we forget the Doctor?" Rory asks and goes on to talk to Amy's mum about the Doctor.
Amy meanwhile jumps over the table and runs to the TARDIS and knocks on the door, "okay, Doctor. Did I surprise you this time?"
The door opens and the Doctor's head pops out dressed in a top hat and tails, "Er, yeah. Completely astonished. Never expected that," he steps out, "how lucky I happened to be wearing this old thing," he steps out into the room, "hello, everyone. I'm Amy's imaginary friend," he says while giving a little spin, "but I came anyway." He walks up and shakes Augustus's hand.
He turns around as Amy walks up to him, "You absolutely, definitely may kiss the bride."
He stops her by putting a finger to her lips, "Amelia, from now on I shall be leaving the kissing duties to the brand new Mister Pond," he says wiping his finger on Rory's coat then shaking his hand.
Rory smiles at Amy before turning to the Doctor, "no, I'm not Mister Pond. That's not how it works."
"Yeah, it is."
Rory looks over at Amy, "yeah, it is."
The Doctor walks up to Amy, "See? I told you, you'd get your Rory," he says with a gentle smile.
Amy looks at him and frowns and feels that nagging at her memory. Tears build up in her eyes, "but you don't," she whispers.
"Amy?" Rory asks, concerned as to why she's sad again.
Amy looks at him, "he doesn't have his Rory. You don't have your Rory."
"What does that mean?" Rory asks looking between Amy and the Doctor.
"Don't you remember?" when she sees him frown she turns back to the Doctor. "Your Rory. Rose. Her name's Rose. You said she's brilliant, and, and she eats impossible for breakfast."
"Aww, that might be the nicest thing you've ever said about me," came a voice behind Amy. She turns and sees the blonde leaning up against the TARDIS in a dress the same colour as the box. Rory suddenly remembers her from the museum, while the guests watch the new arrival with even more confusion than when the Doctor appeared.
"Rose," the Doctor whispers before running up to her and pulling her into a hug. He buries his head into her neck and whispers her name over and over. The guests, Rory, and even Amy look at them in shock.
"That's his Rory," Amy whispers to Rory before giving him a kiss on the cheek.
The Doctor pulls away from her but keeps an arm around her waist, "Right then, everyone. I'll move my box. You're going to need the space," he runs to the TARDIS dragging Rose along by her hand, "I only came for the dancing," he says before disappearing into the box.
Rose watches as the Doctor dances towards Amy, "You're terrible. That is embarrassing!" She couldn't keep her laughter in any longer and joins in with Amy.
Amy, Rory, and Rose then watch him teach the children to dance, "That's it. That's good. Keep it loose."
Rose stands up as a slow song comes on and walks towards the Doctor, "come on. Looks like I need to teach you to dance all over again," she says while dragging him away. Rory and Amy watch as she pulls the Doctor to a corner and positions his hands before swaying with him.
"Look at him," Amy says a few minutes later, "I've never seen him so happy." They watch as the Doctor and Rose sway with her head on his chest and his head resting on hers.
"Of course he is, he has his Amy," Rory says pulling her in for a kiss.
"I thought I'd lost you again," the Doctor whispers into Rose's hair.
"Don't you know? I always come back," Rose replies just as quietly.
"I really have missed you. I was a wreck when I lost you again, who knows what might have happened if I hadn't of met Amy and Rory."
"Well I'm here now."
"How long are you going to stay with me?" he asks. He even sounds a little scared of her answer.
Rose pulls back to look at him. She smiles softly before answering, "forever." He smiles back before pulling her in for a kiss.
The Doctor and Rose stand in the doorway to the reception hall and watch Rory and Amy as they sway on the dance floor. Rose slips her hand in his and smiles at him, he returns the smile then looks back to the couple. "Two thousand years. The boy who waited. Good on you, mate." They watch as the couple kiss before leaving to go to the TARDIS.
The Doctor is just unlocking the doors when a voice comes from behind him, "Did you dance? Well, you always dance at weddings, don't you?"
They turn around. "You tell me."
River smiles, "spoilers."
The Doctor hands River's book back to her, "The writing's all back, but I didn't peek."
"Thank you." He then hands her, her vortex manipulator.
"Are you married, River?"
River puts the vortex manipulator onto her wrist, "are you asking?" Rose has to hold back her smile.
"Yes," River answers with a smile. Rose now has to bite her lip to keep herself from laughing.
"No, hang on. Did you think I was asking you to marry me, or or or asking if you were married?"
"No, but was that yes, or yes?"
"Yes," River whispers.
Rose, unable to hold it in any longer, bursts out laughing. The Doctor turns to her with a confused look on his face, while River just smiles and sends her a wink. "Must you always do that to him River?"
"I need to have some fun," she answers coyly.
"River, who are you?" the Doctor asks.
"You're going to find out very soon now. And I'm sorry, but that's when everything changes." River sends Rose one last smile before disappearing.
Rose gives out a chuckle before pulling the Doctor into the TARDIS. "I never did get to ask you, how do like the new TARDIS?" he asks as he runs up the stairs to the console.
Rose follows him up, giving a little twirl as to see the entire room. "I love it. It's like the TARDIS in her formal wear," she says coming to stand next to the Doctor.
"And how do you like the new new new me?" he asks giving her a little twirl.
"You're different," Rose says while trying not to smile.
"Good different or bad different?" the Doctor asks playing along.
"I guess it could, maybe, possibly be a good different," Rose says with a cheeky smile. "Still not ginger either. You must be so jealous of Amy's hair."
"I'm a Time Lord Rose, Time Lords don't get jealous," the Doctor says defensively.
"Really?" Rose asks while raising her eyebrows.
"I find that hard to believe. After all Jack's rule one was 'hands off the blonde'."
"Yeah. Well. Shut up," the Doctor says with a blush beginning to form while Rose throws her head back and laughs.
"Aww don't be embarrassed, it's very sweet," Rose says as she leans up to kiss his cheek.
"Yeah?" he asks with a smile beginning to form.
"Yeah." His smile grows wider before he pulls her in for a kiss. Rose's hands tangle in his hair and his arms wrap around her waist. He starts to pull away to allow her to breathe, but she pulls his head back to her and deepens the kiss even further.
Things start to get heated when the front door of the TARDIS is thrown open and Amy walks in with Rory trailing behind, "Oi! Where are you off to? We haven't even had a snog in the shrubbery yet," Amy says as she makes her way up to the console. (I had to keep that line, it always makes me laugh)
"Amy!" Rory says as he closes the door.
"Shut up. It's my wedding."
"Sorry, you two. Shouldn't have slipped away. Bit busy, you know?" the Doctor says as he turns around to face them.
"Yeah I saw your idea of busy," Amy says with a pointed look at Rose. The Doctor starts blushing while Rose giggles.
"You just saved the whole of space and time? Take the evening off. Maybe a bit of tomorrow," Rory says while joining the three on the console.
The Doctor starts to walk around the console, "Space and time isn't safe yet. The TARDIS exploded for a reason. Something drew the TARDIS to this particular date, and blew it up. Why? And why now?" the phone starts ringing, "the Silence, whatever it is, is still out there, and I have to. Excuse me a moment." The Doctor picks up the phone, "hello? Oh, hello. I'm sorry, this is a very bad line. No, no, no, but that's not possible. She was sealed into the seventh Obelisk. I was at the prayer meeting. Well, no, I get that it's important. An Egyptian goddess loose on the Orient Express, in space. Give us a mo." The Doctor turns to Amy and Rory, "sorry, something's come up. This will have to be goodbye."
"Yeah, I think it's goodbye. Do you think it's goodbye?"
Amy walks up to the front door of the TARDIS and opens it, "goodbye! Goodbye."
The Doctor smiles at Amy and Rory, "Don't worry about a thing, your Majesty. We're on our way." He starts running around the console pushing buttons and pulling levers with Rose following him and correcting his mistakes with a smile on her face.
Well there you go. Once again let me know if you want a little epilogue or something. Just a tiny little thing. So, good? Bad? Love it? Hate it? Let me know.