Peter Capaldi - survives the Fires of Pompeii to become the next incarnation of The Doctor. I'm beginning to wonder if The Doctor's regenerations aren't some form of subconscious persuasion based on people he encounters on his travels.
"What use are emotions if you will not save the woman you love?" Everyone thinks of 10 when they think of the Doctor and Rose, but they fell in love when he was still even if they never would of admitted it then. <--- I second that statement.
Every single "I'm the Doctor" introduction from the new series. Perfect for non-Whovians who don't understand the 'he's the Doctor, not Doctor Who' concept. The word doctor starts to sound weird after a while
Journey's End is worse than Doomsday. Not even because he's lost Rose again, but because he got everyone back, everyone he cared about, everyone who helped him survive, and lost them all. It's no wonder regeneration wasn't long in coming after this.
Rose: Okay, so he’s vanished into thin air. The Doctor: I’m making an effort not to be insulted. Rose: I mean… men. The Doctor: Okay, thanks. That really helped. "The Doctor Dances"
Coward or killer?" This scene broke my heart, because it showed that the Doctor was finally starting to heal from the Time War. He wasn't the soldier anymore. There was no longer any "acceptable" loss of life.