Doctor Who - ''One Day'' - Chapter 3Chapter 3The three made their way to a park. The Doctor and Clara sat down on a bench underneath a tree. Susan remained standing with her expression unchanged from when she was released from the police."I will ask you again," Susan pressed authoritatively. "Who are you?"The Doctor got up and stood in front of Susan. He softly grabbed her shoulders and looked into her eyes.“Oh, Susan,” the Doctor said. “You really don’t know, do you?”“Who are you?”“Susan, it’s me. I’m the Doctor.”“Doctor who?”“No, just the Doctor.”“Grandfather?” Susan’s eyes widened with disbelief.“Hello, Susan,” the Doctor said back, his eyes beginning to flood with tears of joy with the assurance that his granddaughter remembered.“Grandfather, you came back!” Susan cried.“Of course I came back Susan,” the Doctor replied.
Doctor Who - ''One Day'' - Chapter 2Chapter 2Some time later, the two time-travelers arrived at their destination."Here we are," the Doctor said.Clara and the Doctor stood below the rotating "New Scotland Yard" sign. As they looked at it, they saw that the sign clearly contradicted itself to its 21st century counterpart with the addition of an extra "New".The Doctor acknowledged this and said to his companion, "Clara we need to get Susan as fast as we can, she's in a lot more trouble than I previously thought.""Why, what's wrong?" Clara wondered."I'll explain later," the Doctor replied. He took another look at the "New New Scotland Yard" sign. "Let's just go."The two entered the building. Inside, the air felt cold and stiff and a sense of insidiousness stifled the workplace.The Doctor approached the front desk. Behind it sat a receptionist."Excuse me," the Doctor said. "My name is Dr. John Smith.""Yes, may I help you Dr. Smith?" the receptionist replied."I wish to speak with the C
Doctor Who - ''One Day'' - Chapter 1DOCTOR WHO“ONE DAY”by Matthew Killmer“One day, I shall come back. Yes, I shall come back. Until then there must be no regrets, no tears, no anxieties. Just go forward in all your beliefs and prove to me that I am not mistaken in mine. Goodbye Susan. Goodbye my dear.”-The Doctor, “The Dalek Invasion of Earth”Chapter 1The Doctor sat alone in the console room of the TARDIS. A somewhat blank look covered his face as if he was trying to remember something. Something important. The Doctor was 1200 years old and he was doing his best to ignore that fact. A series of memories began to drift through his trail of thoughts. Memories of those he had loved--and lost. Donna… Martha… Rose. But there was one more: one whose memory he had held onto for more than nine hundred years.Just then, the Doctor’s companion, Clara Oswald entered the TARDIS console.“Doctor,