9. "We're Falling Through Space, You And Me" (Rose)
When the Doctor turned up at Rose's flat after blowing up Henrik's the night before, Rose was determined to get answers out of him. But the Doctor was not in a talkative mood, and he tried to impress upon Rose that she was getting involved in something much larger than she could comprehend.
His speech about how he felt the turn of the Earth was not just an effective way of demonstrating his difference to Rose, but it was also a brilliant inclusion for the pilot episode as it introduced the mystery behind the Doctor to an audience that wasn't necessarily familiar with him.
Paula Luther hails from Pennsylvania and has been an avid Whovian since 2008. She enjoys writing (obviously), reading, dancing, video editing, and building websites. She has also self-published two books on Amazon, "Bart the Bard" and "Android Mae and Other Stories".