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So what does that make the rest of us?
*joins nhubi at the back of the class for some St. Trinian style rabble rousing*
Wake up little rabble, there you go, oh hello Hol...rabble rabble. Hey Steamy come back here with us, Islander's going get you for those '_'s'..oooh chips!
Ok, who hid the topic?
I'd always assumed that the episode was what started the dating
|Ah there it is, Belial had it. You know I don't think Rose and Mickey really qualified as Boyfriend/Girlfriend any more and he knew it. That's one of the reasons he stayed in the alternate universe (other than his nan) because he knew she'd always choose The Doctor over him, and The Doctor knew it too.|
In Doomsday, the Doctor assumed that Rose was pregnant, rather than thinking of her mother, who was always a bit of a .... I guess hornbag would be appropiate. She tries to seduce both the Doctor and the guy from Love and Monsters, plus the Doctor and Mickey steal a glance when she says "there was never anyone else", suggesting she got a bit further with few more people. However, his first thought was Rose, who he'd been travelling with for who knows how many years (remember, due to it being a time machine, the passage of time here does not dictate the length of their journey). He also assumed she was pregnant, even though she said it was a "little Tyler". If it was Mickeys' baby, it would be a little Smith. However, if the father were to have no last name (as he has no name at all) then it would take on the mothers last name as its legal last name. This means he thought she was pregnant, even though he knew Mickey wasn't the Father.
Amazing what can be gleamed from a few simple lines.
|There isn't any possibility that it was the Doctor's. Speculating on the possibility doesn't change that. I think he was feeling disappointed that she had maybe moved on already when he was having trouble letting go ... but then she had family & Mickey & he was alone. No sex in the Tardis. That's not what the show is about.|
|No sex in the Tardis. That's not what the show is about.|
Because he was concerned/shocked for someone he cares about? He loved Rose IMO and I've seen small instances where the ninth Doctor was jealous in regards to Rose, but here it was not so. They weren't going at it in the TARDIS, that should be evident. But whether fans feel that the Doctor/Rose wanted to is a different matter entirely -- they were emotionally a couple but not physically.