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27 September 2008 @ 05:23 pm
where does this Who quote come from?  
Which Doctor, when and where, said the following:

"Imagine if you can, silver leaves waving above a pool of gold filled with singing fishes. Twin moons in an alien sky. If you like, I'll show them to you, and they will be, I promise you, the dullest part of the journey. Come with me and I will show you sights that you have never dreamed of. Or stay behind & regret it until your dying day."

For some reason, I'm thinking that it was said by the First Doctor, but that's been called into question. Virtual brownies (my fav thing to bake) to anyone who can tell me which Doctor, and gives the source as well.
Current Mood: curiouscurious
the_lucky_stars on September 27th, 2008 09:52 pm (UTC)
Yes, that was William Hartnell... I'm not quite sure which serial it was from, though!
catsfiction: Gallifrey by whowhorecatsfiction on September 28th, 2008 08:49 am (UTC)
Fascinating. I never realised the old chap was so poetic. And your icon's great, BTW.