DOCTOR: Hold it! Just a minute, I don't remember that.
INQUISITOR: How could you remember? These events are in your future.
DOCTOR: But, I reviewed that section earlier when I was preparing
my defence. There have been changes. That isn't what happened.
The girl, Melanie. Her information was important. I wouldn't have
just ignored it. Completely
uncharacteristic. And the words,
misused, didn't even sound like mine.
VALEYARD: What isn't completely uncharacteristic is this resort to
excuses and subterfuge. To gloss over the death of Peri, the
Doctor conveniently presents us with another companion.
INQUISITOR: Hardly a convenience, Valeyard. These events are in
the Doctor's future. He would not have met the young woman yet.
VALEYARD: I stand corrected. But my assumption of why he has
pursued such an arbitrary course in aborting this tale still remains.
DOCTOR: Arbitrary course?
INQUISITOR: Your assumption, Valeyard?
VALEYARD: That she, too, is going to her death.
DOCTOR: No! No, look, I'm sorry, madam, I can't explain, but I
have a feeling I am being manipulated, that the evidence is being
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