Clara Oswald was always the Eleventh Doctor's "impossible girl," a Remember how hard a time Rose had accepting Ten — who turned out to. That original Doctor in Rose's life? So go back with her. Remember what her life was like before Nine. Working as a shop girl, dating a boy. When the Doctor first met her in , Rose was a nineteen-year-old living on a Mistaking him for a drunk, she asked if he was all right, and told him the date.
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Rose was tough when she needed to be, but it would be hard to find a softer, kinder heart.
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They shared things that no one else could possibly understand. This is a guy who saved and damned entire worlds while she watched. Try having a relationship with someone like that, just you and that person, together against the Universe. She knew she was never going back to her ordinary life. Not even death in some foreign world or time was scarier than that.
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Better that she lived somewhere, somehow. Better that she finished out her days with her loved ones. He would gladly die alone, knowing she was able to live. This girl, this young girl, was home safe with her mother, with her boyfriend, where she belonged, right?
Recall now what she did about it. The idea of leaving him there to die alone was completely unbearable to her.
She was freaking out, sick with the desperate knowledge that he was alone, sacrificing himself with no hope of rescue. She just had to get to him, at any cost.
And she did, and she saved him, saved the future human race, and, incidentally, turned Captain Jack Harkness nearly immortal. Except…she still lost the Doctor. Take a second before going forward and think what that would be like, to lose someone like that. Yet is that really so? The Doctor himself would say that each time he regenerates, a new man walks away.
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He is always surprised to find he still looks human, in fact. So the man who found her, who changed her entire life, who shared so much with her that they became like a married pair, was gone. In this case, Rose, quite literally, had made him a new man. He was happy to sacrifice himself to save someone as sacred as she had become to him…and that sacrifice made him into a happier, lighter version of himself.
Here is where things get complicated.
Yet here he is again, except this time…well, a little more her type. Okay, so she died there. Having woken up and saved Earth, the Doctor enjoys Christmas dinner with Rose before the two once again depart to parts unknown.
After defeating a werewolf, they are knighted by Queen Victoria Pauline Collinswho banishes them as threats to the Empire whilst setting up the Torchwood Institutewhich aims to track the Doctor and other aliens.
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Rose becomes trapped in the parallel universe with Jackie and the alternate universe Pete as the walls between universes seal; she is later declared dead in her own universe. Months later, the Doctor is able to transmit Rose a goodbye message.
She reveals she now works for that universe's Torchwood, and confesses her love for him. Before he can reply, their connection is lost. The Doctor concludes this is a sign that the Universe, and reality itself is under threat. In the midst of the battle, a part-human Doctor is created and destroys the Daleks.
The Doctor returns Rose to the parallel universe along with Jackie, and his part-human counterpart. Rose challenges the Doctor to say the words he did not say to her during their previous farewell. The Doctor does not answer, but his part-human counterpart whispers in her ear and Rose kisses him.
The Doctor retreats, leaving Rose behind with his part-human counterpart. He speaks to her from the shadows, asking her what year it is. She tells him it is January 1, The Doctor promises her that she will have a really great year. Using Rose's image, chosen for her future significance to the Doctor, the Moment attempts to persuade him to seek an alternative course of action by showing him how the decision will affect his future.
Rose mentions this visit to the planet Justicia in the first series television episode "Boom Town" which aired 4 June Her relationship with a school friend, Keisha, is also explored; Rose is irritated to find out she and Mickey have become involved in her absence. In order to arouse enough jealousy to defeat this creature the Tenth Doctor feigns a romance with Rose's mother and sets up Mickey with a group of actors who pose as beautiful amazonian girlfriends.
His desire to make the show "essentially British" was another justification: The Doctor later heard this story from Rose and went back in time to buy her the bicycle for Christmas. Rose spent many nights awake dreaming of Jay. She'd never really been able to talk to him properly until five years later when she helped him to escape the Waterhives.
The Feast of the Drowned She left school aged sixteen to pursue a romantic relationship with local Jimmy Stonewhich ended badly and apparently led to her lack of A levels.
The Stone Rose Jackie prided herself on helping Rose get over the relationship. When Rose was in her late teens, she and her mother, Jackie, were living in the Powell Estate.
Rose She entered into a relationship with Mickey Smith some time before