A word from your Doctor (about relatonships)

In light of the recent stroll through our “classic” Doctors, I thought it might be relevant to point out something they seem quite adamant about. (Thanks to our fastidious listeners for bringing this to my attention via Tumblr, where all the hippest Moffat-smashers lurk.)

Monday QotD: The Masque of Mandragora

SARAH JANE: Just how big is the TARDIS? DOCTOR: Well, how big is ‘big’? ‘Relative dimensions’, you see, no constants. There are no measurements in infinity. You humans have got such limited little minds; I don’t know why I like you so much! SARAH JANE: Because you have such good taste. DOCTOR: That’s true, that’s very true. — The Masque of Mandragora (1976)