The Great Doctor Who Rewatch of 2011 | 3.06 - The Lazarus Experiment
Martha: You should take more care in the future, and the past, and whatever other time period you find yourself in.
The Doctor: It’s been fun, though, hasn’t it?
The Doctor: So what do you say? One more trip?
Martha: (after a pause) No. Sorry.
The Doctor: What do you mean? I thought you liked it.
Martha: I do. But I can’t go on like this, ‘one more trip’. It’s not fair.
The Doctor: What are you talking about?
Martha: Well, I don’t want to be just a passenger anymore, someone you’re taking on for a treat. If that’s how you still see me, well… I’d rather stay here.
The Doctor: OK, then. If that’s what you want.
Martha: Right. Well, we’ve already said goodbye once today, so it’s probably best if you just go.
(Martha turns her back on him; he does not go)
Martha: What is it?
The Doctor: Well, I said OK.
The Doctor: OK!
Martha: (running to him and hugging him) Oh, thank you! Thank you!
The Doctor: Well, you were never really just a passenger, were you?