Bad Wolf Day – correva l’anno 2006Tempo stimato di lettura: 2 minuti
Correva l’anno 2006 e in tv passava una delle puntate più dolorose della seconda stagione di Doctor Who.
Oggi celebriamo il Bad Wolf Day, ovvero quando Ten ha bruciato un sole per dire addio a Rose Tyler.
Non c’è niente di più triste, lo sanno bene i fan del decimo dottore e tutti gli shipper della “coppia” Rose/Doctor.
Vi proponiamo alcune immagini che sappiamo apprezzerete e il video dei minuti finali dell’episodio.
Ecco il dialogo in lingua originale [grazie a Wikiquote]:
Rose: Where are you?
The Doctor: Inside the TARDIS. There’s one tiny little gap in the universe left, just about to close. And it takes a lot of power to send this projection — I’m in orbit around a supernova. [smiling weakly] I’m burning up a sun just to say goodbye.
Rose: You look like a ghost.
The Doctor: Hold on… [activates the sonic screwdriver on something out of sight, and his image solidifies.]
Rose: Can I t—[Rose holds out her hand to his face, but he interrupts her before she can.]
The Doctor: I’m still just an image. No touch.
Rose: Can’t you come through properly?
The Doctor: The whole thing would fracture. The two universes would collapse.
Rose: So?[Both laugh shakily.]
The Doctor: [looking around] Where are we? Where did the gap come out?
Rose: We’re in Norway.
The Doctor: Norway, right.
Rose: About fifty miles out of Bergen. It’s called “Dålig Ulv Stranden”.
The Doctor: [confused] “Dalek”?
Rose: “Dålig“. It’s Norwegian for bad. This translates as “Bad Wolf Bay”. How long have we got?
The Doctor: [checks his watch] About two minutes.
Rose: …I can’t think of what to say.[The Doctor smiles, then glances over at Jackie, Pete, and Mickey who are waiting by the jeep]
The Doctor: You still got Mr. Mickey, then?
Rose: Oh there’s five of us now. Mum, Dad, Mickey… and the baby.
The Doctor: [shocked smile] You’re not—?
Rose: No. It’s Mum. She’s three months gone. More Tylers on the way.
The Doctor: And what about you? Are you—?
Rose: Yeah, I’m… I’m back working in the shop.
The Doctor: Oh, good for you.
Rose: Shut up. No, I’m not. Torchwood on this earth’s open for business. Think I know a thing or two about aliens.
The Doctor: [smiles] Rose Tyler, defender of the Earth… You’re dead. Officially, back home. So many people died that day and you’ve gone missing. You’re on the list of the dead. [pause] Here you are, living your life day after day. The one adventure I can never have.
Rose: Am I ever going to see you again?
The Doctor: You can’t.
Rose: What are you going to do?
The Doctor: Back to the TARDIS. Same old life, last of the Time Lords.
Rose: On your own?
The Doctor: [nods]
Rose: [crying] I… I love you.
The Doctor: Quite right, too. [Pause] And I suppose, if it’s my last chance to say it…Rose Tyler-[The transmission cuts, and the Doctor fades away from Rose. She runs crying into Jackie’s arms]
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