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Donna and Sherlock Chapter 1
Chapter 1: A New Flatmate
AN: Inspired by The Unconventional Pair, My favourite pairings for Donna Noble is with Sherlock in private. It will set after the Reichenbach Falls with Donna moved to Baker Street for better life in equestrian clothes she could afford them sans the riding helmet, and with her pet a baby female Triceratops from Dinosaurs on a Spaceship episode, she named her Tracey. For Donna's equestrian appearance like red riding jacket to store her favourite contents, white knee patch breeches with pockets like her red jacket also can store her contents, black riding boots, black gloves and brown cowgirl hat. For Tracey, she had an extraordinary abilities like sniff out the trail like a hound and run faster as a cheetah which she became Donna's loyal companion. PS. I do not own those characters and the shows.
Doctor Who: Return Of The Movellans - Chapter 8
After a very tense moment, K9’s eyes lit up again and he raised his head. A quick scan suggested that his systems were intact and fully operational. The Movellans, on the other hand, remained still, their systems completely shut down. K9 extended his antenna and scanned the nearest Movellan. His power pack had been drained and his computer circuits had overloaded and gone into emergency shut down, like all his comrades throughout the ship. Satisfied that the danger was over, K9 began trundling through the door and made his way to the power room.
Donna’s eyes flickered open and she rubbed her head with a groan. There was a small bump where she had banged her head on the computer bank, but other than that, she seemed intact and unhurt. Struggling to her feet, she looked around the power room, which would have been pitched into darkness, were it not for the emergency lighting, which kept flickering on and
Doctor Who: Return Of The Movellans - Chapter 7
As Tarn fired his weapon, the Doctor ducked and darted behind one of the nearest computers, narrowly missing the laser from Tarn’s gun, which instead blasted the wall, sending part of a built-in pipe clanging to the floor. Tarn moved quickly and got behind the computer, preparing to fire again. But the Doctor was not there. He had quickly taken cover behind another computer, while Tarn was not looking, and now he was desperately trying to work out what his next move was going to be. Tarn would not fire his weapon so randomly, not without risking damage to the generator. But it would not be long before he would discover where the Doctor was hiding.
‘Surrender Doctor’, Tarn called out, ‘You cannot impede the victory of the Movellan Empire!’
‘Can’t you take an interest in anything other than conquest, like tea for instance?’ the Doctor called back.
‘I thought not. Can’t we talk this over like civilised men inste
Doctor Who: Return Of The Movellans - Chapter 6
The Doctor kept on running, dodging several laser blasts from the Movellans’ guns, leaving burn marks in the walls. The situation was not going as he had hoped. He was starting to run out of breath and the Movellans were catching up fast, their speed greatly increased by their well-oiled robotic limbs. If he didn’t shake them off soon, then he would have to cancel dinner with Winston Churchill on the basis that he would be dead!
All of a sudden, he realised where he was and a broad grin spread across his face. He came to a grinding halt and turned to face the pursuing Movellans who had themselves come to a stop. ‘You can not outrun us’, stated the first Movellan, ‘You shall die now.’
‘Who said anything about running?’ said the Doctor, ‘I’m taking the lift.’ And with a buzz from his Sonic Screwdriver, the Doctor and the gravity platform he was standing on dropped out of sight. The Movellans fired their weapons down the gr
Doctor Who: Return Of The Movellans - Chapter 5
‘You have got to be kidding me’, Donna breathed.
‘Why would I be kidding you?’ the Doctor asked, ‘Personally I think it’s a brilliant plan myself.’
‘You think that crawling through a ventilation shaft is a brilliant idea?!’ Donna exclaimed, ‘It’s the oldest cliché in the book!’
They had both left the Tardis with K9 and made their way to the prison cells where Donna had previously been held. Finding two Movellans guarding the door, they moved back the way they came, until they came to the ventilation shaft leading to the prison cells. The Doctor saw the shaft as the idea of a genius. Donna saw it as the idea of an idiot. ‘I mean’, she continued, ‘the idea’s been used hundreds of times!’
‘One million, two thousand, eight hundred and seven times to be exact, Mistress Donna’, K9 confirmed.
‘Exactly my point’, Donna finished, before realising what K9 had said an
Doctor Who: Return Of The Movellans - Chapter 4
The Doctor was starting to get worried. The Movellans would be coming to at any minute, the mysterious Donna had still not come out of her coma and, to make matters worse, the Doctor remembered that he had left his Jelly Babies on the Tardis console. His little escape from boredom wasn’t going exactly as he had hoped.
At last, he heard something mechanical move outside and a few seconds later a red light began cutting through the door like a knife slicing though butter. The beam travelled across the entire doorframe and, within seconds, the heavy metal covering the exit collapsed to the ground with a loud clang, allowing K9 to trundle through into the room. ‘Master’, he greeted the Doctor.
‘Good boy K9’, said the Doctor delightedly, ‘No time to explain, just make a quick scan of this woman’s brain will you?’
K9 trundled over to where the Doctor had propped Donna and made a quick scan of her with his antenna. ‘I am detecting tw
Doctor Who: Return Of The Movellans - Chapter 3
‘Oh now, I’m sure we can negotiate this little misunderstanding’, the Doctor tried to explain to the Movellan, ‘you see I was just answering your distress call and…’
‘No signal was sent’, stated the Movellan.
‘Oh well, wasted journey then, so glad we got that all cleared up then, nice talking to you, goodbye’, the Doctor said quickly and started to leave, when the Movellan said ‘Halt!’ and so he halted.
‘Oh come now, I said I can explain this misunderstanding. Here, I’ll show you my I.D’, and with that, the Doctor removed a set of playing cards and added, ‘Well, look.’
The Movellan started to look down at the cards and, as he did so, the Doctor sent them flying into his face. A cloud of cards hung in the air, obscuring the Movellan’s vision. As the Movellan raised his arms to clear the cards out of the way, the Doctor seized his chance. He ducked down and snatched off the power p
Doctor Who: Return Of The Movellans - Chapter 2
The Doctor was facing a complete disaster. The King he had sworn to protect was about to fall to the opposing side in the war and he was trying to work out some desperate way out of this mess. Then he got it. Picking up the vital tool he needed, he placed it on the board and proudly declared ‘Check!’
‘Correction, Master’, K9 replied on the other side of the chess board, ‘Your King will be mated in three moves.’
‘What!’ The Doctor exclaimed, examining the board. Seeing that K9 was absolutely right, he slumped in his chair and muttered, ‘I used to be so much better at this you know.’
He looked around the white control room of the Tardis and realised something. He was bored. Things had been fairly quiet since he dropped off Romana for a quick holiday. He had bypassed the Randomiser to drop her off at the Braxtiel art collection and he had promised to pick her up in a week, not wanting to stay and look at the art pieces there hims
Doctor Who: Return Of The Movellans - Chapter 1
Donna Temple-Noble was depressed. She didn’t understand why, but she kept feeling that there was something missing, as though she had lost something tremendously important to her. It had been bothering her for over two years now and she still couldn’t work out what it was. Her husband Shaun had suggested that she talk to a therapist and see what they could find out. Fat lot of good that did! Each therapist she spoke to was just as baffled as she was and just made some excuse for her feelings, from guilt to child trauma. None of which explained a thing.
Donna was even worried that she was getting paranoid, because Mum and Gramps both at times seem to know what the problem was and sometimes she caught them giving a distant look, but they never said a word. Of course, these ‘depression moods’ weren’t happening all the time, but they were frequent enough to make her feel there was something not natural about them, especially considering how well her life
River Song meets Wilfred Mott.
Wilf was having a cup of tea at the Senior Center while Donna and Sylvia shopped for clothes. He waved at a couple of friends.
Suddenly there was a ruffle of attention across the room. He turned to look and saw a truly gorgeous woman standing in the doorway. As she sauntered in, every male head in the room swiveled to watch her.
Strong, poised, confident, with a head of riotous curls and a body to make a man gnaw his own foot off. She looked to be in her forties. Wilf sighed, if only he was a decade younger...
She weaved her way athletically through the crowd. She came to stand by his table. He looked up in surprise.
"May I sit down?" she asked in a deep throaty voice that put him in mind of 1940's film stars.
He waved a hand in invitation, mute. Knowing he was the focus of every envious male eye in the room, he sat up straighter, proud, and tried not to look as tongue tied as he felt. Beautiful woman always did that to him.
She placed herself eleg
Doctor Who: Flower Power - Chapter 2
After Donna had managed to compose herself, she wiped the stray tears from her face with her left sleeve and made her way into the kitchen. She knew there was no reasoning with the Time Lord when he was like this. His anger and his rage had surpassed him occasionally on their travels, but she never thought that he would ever speak to her like that. Even when he had become angry in the past, he would never have said those things to her. And she knew it. But there was nothing she could do. He was the Time Lord, and she was the human.
Grabbing some tissues from the kitchen table, she wiped away the remains of her sadness and placed the tissue in the bin. To help herself calm down, she decided to make a cup of tea and would simply have to wait until the Doctor threw her belongings out of the TARDIS and onto the pavement before she could collect them. She filled the kettle with cold water from the tap and flicked the switch to boil the water.
Whilst she stood waiting for the wa
Doctor Who: Flower Power - Chapter 1
“Oi! Don’t you walk away from me, Spaceman!”
From outside the TARDIS, the double blue doors were flung open with a crashing force that ended the peaceful reign of silence from within the console room. The Doctor’s slim, blue-pinstriped figure strode in, a look of complete anger washed over his face. His brow was creased and his fists were clamped tightly, the buttons on his chest looking ready to burst as he breathed in livid lungful’s of air.
From behind him, Donna stormed onto the grating of the ramp and closed the doors, not taking her eyes from the back of the Doctor’s messy brown hair as she did so.
“What the hell is wrong with you?” She asked him, “One minute you were all ‘hey, look at this flower, Donna’ and now you’re acting like I’ve just bloody killed somebody!”
“I suggest you stop talking and get out of my sight.” The Doctor responded with his voice low and heated as he reached th
Sometimes the Doctor bumps into old friends. Literally.
The Doctor suddenly found his arms full of baby. He stared in surprise at the infant, the little girl, 18 months old at a guess, stared back.
“Come back here you bugger!” a voice yelled, and determined footsteps ran off.
He and Clara had been walking down a busy London street minding their own business. Suddenly his arms were full of adorable little baby, big brown eyes, and burgundy curls.
Hearts beating a mile a minute the Doctor turned, carefully holding the child to see her mother bearing down on a purse snatcher. The lanky youth, dressed in an anorak and ski cap, looked over his shoulder, terrified.
The woman tackled him, sending them both to the pavement. She ripped her purse out of his arms. The strap broke. “Oh, now see what you made me do!” She yelled in a strident voice. She towered over him. The youth cowered on the sidewalk, one knee bent to protect himself from a kick
Oh, the Gratitude!
The Doctor saved Donna from being kidnapped by a robot, but what happened after she jumped into the Tardis on the motorway?
"Donna, could you move your knee, please?"
"Oh, seriously! I could be road paste right now and all you're worrying about is my knee!" She scrambled off him with a huff.
The Doctor popped up like a loaded spring, none the worse for wear. He sprinted over to the console and started unwinding string and fanning away smoke that was leaking out of the control panels.
Donna followed him. "What was that thing?"
"Robot scavenger," the Doctor said distractedly as he reached under the console and unhooked something.
"What would robots need to scavenge for? I'm not spare parts!" Donna exclaimed indignantly.
"No, good point." He waved at the smoke which hadn't stopped. "I wonder, why would they want you?" He looked at her speculatively.
"Hey, don't give me that look, buster. All I want is to get to my wedding."
"Right! Wedding! You're getting marri
The Draconians - Doctor/Donna
Donna was helping the doctor fly the TARDIS , the doctor was keeping a close eye on her just in case she didnt rip a whole in a certain point in time but in donnas case it was putting a dent in it. Donna smiled as she felt like she was doing something right in her life , the doctor knew her life meant more than she thought it did. Donna looked as the doctor as she carefully pulled the lever , he opened his mouth to say something but she spoke over him. "Shut up!" Donna demanded , the doctor stepped away from the console and put his hands in his pockets.
"But I didn't say anything .... hey , watch the console!" the doctor changed the subject as Donna wasnt looking at what she was doing , she nearly pushed a button that probably would kill them. Donna sighed under her breathe and pressed the buttons that the doctor pointed to. After a while of the doctor helping donna how to fly the TARDIS t
Cleanup on Aisle 5
Donna forces the reluctant 10th Doctor to go grocery shopping at Tesco's. But he's in for a surprise.
They were standing at the checkout lane at Tescos. Donna had insisted. "There's only so many ways you can eat one of those food bars before you just have to have real food!" she'd complained.
Finally he'd broken down and landed them back in 2012, in an alley behind a Tescos.
He'd reluctantly followed her in, dragging his sneaker-clad feet. Of all the places in the universe for him to end up. A supermarket. Gaudy, overbright fluorescent lights, tacky displays, and food in little plastic containers with cartoon characters on them.
It was demoralizing
Donna chirped away, pushing her rattly metal cart, studying the list she'd compiled while making snide remarks about the sparsity of his kitchen. "Really, you don't even have any milk!"
"Potatoes, broccoli, carrots..." He made a face behind her back. Strolling along with his hands in his long coat pocke
Amnesia Part 20
Owen was sent to find Saxon. He had a tranquilizer pill dissolved in a cup of tea and was going to offer it to their new teammate. Meanwhile, everyone except Lucy, Donna and the Doctor came out of the TARDIS. Jack promised to knock on the door when Saxon was sedated.
"Man, this has been one hell of a day," Jack said to Gwen as he flopped down on the sofa.
"So that's him," Gwen said. "That's the Doctor you kept searching for."
"The one and only, what'd ya think?" Jack asked.
"He's nice. A bit younger than I thought he'd be but I like him."
"You have no idea," Jack said. "He's magnificent. Worth the trouble of finding him."
"And now he's traveling around with the Prime Minister's wife," Gwen said with a grin.
"Well, I wouldn't count the Master as a real Prime Minister and I have a feeling she feels the same now," Jack said. "She was sadistic but not as sadistic as him. Besides, she wised up."
"You hope," Gwen said.
"I think she's reformed," Jack said. "And if she hasn't, t
Amnesia Part 19
(Meanwhile, in another part of London )
The cult members were sitting together in the lounge of one of the member's flats. They had decided to meet there to strategize about their next move after leaving the Valiant. The member who owned the flat was known only as Miss Trefusis, a woman who had known the Master longer than any of them. She had been entrusted with the Master's sacred ring and she was the first to know his true identity and his plans for Earth. She was the leader of the handful of believers and she was the one who was conducting the meeting. She stood by a window while the others sat in a semicircle of chairs while listening to her speak. They had been brainstorming on how to get the Master back. They knew the Doctor had taken him away. Leo, a young Caucasian man had been one of the guards in the TARDIS when RoseTARDIS turned him human. It was he who reported to the others what happened. The problem was he had run out with the other guards and had n
Amnesia Part 18
It was a few hours before Jack and his team finally came back and by then the Doctor had found the coffee maker and he and his companions had down three cups of coffee each. Jack stopped short when he came through the cog door and saw the TARDIS in the middle of the room. The Doctor waved cheerfully from the sofa when Jack caught sight of him.
"Back so soon?" Jack said, walking towards him. "I said don't be a stranger but I'd prefer you came when I was here instead of making yourself at home."
"I have something to tell you," the Doctor said. "Something urgent. Where's Saxon at?"
"With us," Jack said. "He woke up and we took him to a Chinese restaurant while we tried to convince him that he'd been taken hostage and giving a false memory by someone who was trying to use him and the whole prime minster thing was a part of that. It was tricky but I think he's beginning to be convinced he was a member of the team. Why?"
"You're in danger," the Doctor said. "Lucy, tell him."
Amnesia Part 17
The TARDIS landed and powered down while the Doctor, Lucy and Donna stood in the console room.
"I had to land after we left here so we wouldn't run into our past selves," the Doctor said to Lucy. "So unfortunately, time has passed since time reverse. I just hope that this cult is still on board. But before we go out, I need a mental image of what the cult members look like so I'll be able to identify them. So can you bring up a mental image in your mind of what these people look like?"
Lucy nodded. The Doctor put his fingers against her temples and told her he was entering her mind to look at the image and imprint it in his own. He found the image and studied it for a moment before making an imprint of it in his own mind. He left Lucy's mind and told Donna he was transferring the image into her mind so she would also know what they looked like. He put his fingers on her temples and transferred a copy of the image to her mind. He asked Donna if she could see the image