“How are you?” He asked, his chin resting on the top of her head. “How have you been?”
She pulled back from his slightly, to look at him. “I’ve been good. But bored though. How bout you?”
“Good, good’s good!” He grinned. “Even if you have been bored, at least you’re good.” Still smiling he lied easily to her: “I’ve been fine, great really.”
She laughed. “I guess so, yeah.” Rose told him, nodding slowly. “That’s great. You’ve made any more friends, then?”
“Yeah, and I been around the block a few times, and I haven’t seen anything about aliens being real.”
“Well, I guess you learn new things everyday, right?”
“So, how is the whole monster hunting thing?”
“Okay, whoa, hold up, I’m still stuck on the whole ‘aliens are real’ thing? No offense, but… You expect me to just take your word?”
“Not aliens like little green things with antennas and all that, but yeah. Well, I took yours about monster hunting. Come on, it’s not that weird, is it?”
“Oh, you think? What about the bow-tie? Do you like it? Many people don’t, but I do. I think bow-ties are cool.”
“Oh, it’s very cool,” She said teasingly, flicking the bow tie slightly with her finger.
“Extremely cool.”, he replied while fixing the bow-tie after she had flicked it.
“Can I ask, why the bow tie? I mean, out of everything, a bow tie?” She asked, still laughing a bit.
The Doctor was collecting things from down underneath the centre control console in the control room while hearing Rose say, ‘According to the paper, they’ve elected a ghost as MP for Leeds. Now don’t tell me you’re gonna sit back and do nothing.’ The Doctor popped up. “Who you gonna call?”
She leaned against the TARDIS console as she talked, looking down at him, waiting for his reply. “Ghostbusters!” Rose yelled back to him automatically, giggling as she did so.
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“I’ve missed you loads.”
“I can say the same.” He hugged her tightly, nuzzling his cheek against her hair. ”It’s been too long.”
“You can say that again,” Rose said, staring at him for a moment. “So, what’ve you been up to since I last saw you?”
“Traveling to new places, ruining someone’s plans to take over the world, running for my life, the usual,” he grinned. ”What about you?”
“See not much has changed,” She teased, smiling largely up at him. “Just taking care of my family, along with Torchwood,”
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A big grin formed across the Doctor’s face. “Barcelona. Lovely.” He entered in the coordinates, there was a small jolt when the TARDIS landed but not as bad as Rose probably remember. He adjusted his bow tie and smirked from her to the door. “Ready?”
Rose was surprised when she had found the TARDIS had landed. She was so used to the room shaking madness that happened whilst the TARDIS was in flight. And to feel almost nothing and already be there was new. She looked over at the Doctor for a moment before walking over to the door, taking a peak out.
The Doctor grinned and allowed her to head to the door and followed after her. “The planet Barcelona.” he said. “Brilliant, fantastic, whatever word is perfect for this place.” He looked over to Rose. “Do you remember the little I told you about this place?” he asked and just as he did a green man walking a dog with no nose walked past.
“It’s gorgeous,” She said before noticing the green man. “Well, I remember you talking about that bit of the planet, yeah.” Rose said, staring at the nose-less dog as it walked away. After a moment, she turned back to the Doctor, and burst into laughter. “Okay, I’ve really missed this kinda stuff,” Rose told him, shaking her head and looking at the rest of the beautiful planet.