"C'mon Doctor. We should probably go, we can't allow the risk of Donna seeing us." I said gently, giving his arm a tug toward the TARDIS. The Doctor cast one last sorrowful glance toward the cheerful wedding party and followed me into the TARDIS.
"Where do you want to go? You can choose Doctor." I offered walking up toward the consul, the Doctor following me with a sad look on his face. I punched in some coordinates as he stood to the side, watching me with a sad look on his face. I tried to ignore the look as I piloted the TARDIS.
"Georgie." he said quietly, grabbing onto my arm, making me turn around and look at him. His face was full of sorrow and was faintly starting to glow. Tears began to form in my eyes and I shook my head in disbelief.
"No, No, No. You can't go." I denied, shaking my head, my tears dropping to the floor.
"I don't want to go either." he told me either, his voice cracking, his own tears falling down his face. The glow was beginning to get brighter.
"Please Doctor." I begged, more and more tears falling down my face. He quickly engulfed me in a hug.
"Thank you Georgie." he whispered in my ear. He pulled away and I grabbed the sides of his face and kissed him. His brightly glowing hands wrapped around my waist and pulled me closer to him. Suddenly, my lips began to feel very warm and the Doctor pulled away.
"Why did I not do that sooner?" I mumbled, slightly touching my lips. The Doctor chuckled but then let out a cry of pain.
"Doctor?" I asked, kneeling next to him.
"Georgie!" he cried, slightly pushing me away from him as he skin began to get brighter and brighter.
"No! I'm not leaving you!" I exclaimed, grabbing his arm and jerking him up on his feet. He pushed me away.
"Please! Get somewhere safe!" he cried and I ran back up to him and kissed him hard on the lips.
"I love you Doctor." I told him.
"I love you more my spy." he told me and I ran behind a pillar.
"I don't want to go." the Doctor whispered sorrowfully before an explosion happened, causing me to scream. Fire erupted and pieces of the TARDIS began falling everywhere.Everything was shaking and I covered my head, a small attempt to protect myself. The Doctor was yelling in pain, his voice changing as he regenerated until he let out a cry of delight.
"Georgie!" a new voice cried for me.
"Doctor?!" I cried back, pushing away some of the rubble. I finally came out and saw a scrany man with long floppy hair.
"Legs!" he cried, realizing he had said legs. He grabbed one and kissed it. "I've still got legs!"
"Good." he said and began patting his chest, checking for all the necessary body parts.
"Arms, hands oooh. Fingers, yes, lots of fingers. Ears, yes. Eyes, two." he said, feeling each part. I watched from afar, this regeneration was certainly different from the last one and with the fact the the TARDIS was crashing did not help.
"Nose," he said, feeling that too. "And I've had worse. Chin." he said, feeling the chin and looking over at me with a "is this really what my chin feels like" look. I shrugged, still slightly freaking out.
"Blimey." he said and then went up to his hair.
"I'm a girl!" he cried in horror, his voice going slightly higher. I would have normally laughed at this situation.
"No! No!" he cried in denial and then felt his Adam's apple. He turned to me and opened his mouth.
"No, you're not ginger." I told him and then quickly ran over to the consul, trying to help the TARDIS out.
"There's something else. Something important!' he cried, tapping his temples with his fingers, trying to recall the current situation we were in.
"I'm...I'm..." he said and more explosions occurred, making me quickly grab onto the consul.
"You're crashing!" I yelled and the Doctor let out a big whoop. More explosions and rubble fell as the two of us tried to stop the TARDIS, him letting out cries of delight and me moving about frantically, trying to save both of our necks.
"Geronimo!" the Doctor yelled and I screamed as we fell towards earth.