Chapter Six

Rose’s Blog Entry No. 35…

Geez...I love the Doctor, but he can be so irritating sometimes! I think it’s because he gets so bored and needs stimulation so he has to think up things to do. I expect Einstein had the same problem. (On a side note, the Doctor did mention he met Einstein once, saved him and a bunch of other geniuses from someone called the Rani whoever that is.) Anyway, back to what I was saying. It was another one of those lazy days when nothing much was happening and I was in the den watching the telly…


Rose looked over at the den door when the Doctor ran through it, grinning from ear to ear. Rose groaned softly. She knew that expression. The Doctor was up to mischief again.

“Yes, Doctor,” she said.

She gasped when the Doctor flopped down beside her on the couch.

“I just had a brilliant idea!” he said.

“Um…should I be scared?” Rose asked.

The Doctor frowned.

“Scared of what?”

“Never mind,” Rose said waving her hand. “What’s your idea?”

“Do you know how the word Quiz came about?” the Doctor asked her.

“Um, no, how did the word Quiz come about?” Rose asked.

“There was a man named Daly who was the manager of a Dublin play house and he made a wager with a friend that he could make up a word and in twenty four hours could get everyone talking about it. So, he went out and chalked the word quiz on all the walls in Dublin and sure enough the next day the word was the talk of the town and a new word was invented.”

“Hmmm, that’s pretty cool,” Rose said.

“Yup, so I was sitting by the console thinking and I suddenly though why don’t I do that too, just to see if I can do it! So, I made up a new word.”

“Really? What is the new word?”

He grinned.

“Beboolious.” He said.



“Okay, what does beboolious mean?”

“Well, I thought about that for awhile and I decided to use one of my other favorite words and make it mean fantastic. So that’s what beboolious means, fantastic, glorious, awe-inspiring, nice, anything along those lines.”

“Okay, so what are you going to do, pick some city and write beboolious on all the walls?”

“Maybe, but I thought I’d start small and go visit your mum first.”

Rose stared at him.

“Oh, you wouldn’t, Doctor,”

“Oh yes I would. If anyone would be willing to spread my new word around, it would be your gossipy, mouthy mum. She’ll be the perfect one to start implementing my plans to spread a new word across the universe.”

“Doctor, no, don’t bother mum…”

But it was too late, the Doctor was already sprinting towards the den door. Rose put her head in her hands and groaned.

Jackie dropped the hand towel when she heard the familiar wheezing of the TARDIS. She turned to see it materializing in the corner of the room.

“Rose!” she said running towards it.

She stood outside the door as it opened. She groaned when the Doctor came out and gave her a huge grin.

“Jackie! Great to see you! What a simply beboolious day!”

Jackie stared at him.

“What?” she said.

“You look absolutely beboolious, Jackie, have you been getting more rest? You are so radiant looking!”

Jackie sighed and pushed past him.

“Get out of the way, you loony,” she muttered as she went into the TARDIS.

“Hey, you didn’t ask permission to go inside, Jackie! That wasn’t very beboolious of you!” he yelled as he followed her in.

Jackie looked around the console room and noticed Rose was sitting on the captain’s chair.

“There you are, sweetheart!” she gushed as she ran to her. “What are you sitting in here for?”

“I was trying not to watch the Doctor,” Rose muttered to her.

Jackie narrowed her eyes.

“Why? What’s he done now?” she said angrily.

“I’ve done nothing,” the Doctor said coming up behind her. Rose and I have been getting along as usual. We’ve been traveling through space and time and having a beboolious time of it.”

Rose groaned and lowered her head to her hands.

Jackie rolled her eyes and turned to him.

“Can’t you leave us alone for five bloody minutes, ya git?” she said to him.

The Doctor feigned shock.

“Jackie Tyler, that wasn’t very beboolious of you!” he said to her. “I’m just trying to be beboolious and get along with you. Despite what you may think I do want a beboolious relationship with you.”

“What the bloody hell are you talking about?” she said to him.” Why’d you keep saying that word?”

The Doctor leaned in.

“What word, Jackie?”

“That alien word you know I can’t understand!”

“What word?”

Rose coughed nervously when Jackie shot him a look of death.

“Now, you know exactly what I’m talking about!” she said angrily.

“No, I don’t. What word do you mean?”

“Just…humor him, mum, and say the word,” Rose said.

Jackie sighed angrily.

“That boobiewhatzits word you keep using every five seconds,” she said.

“Beboolious?” the Doctor prompted.

“Yes, beboolious, whatever the hell that…”

She staggered back as the Doctor gave out a triumphant yell and pumped his fist in the air.

“YES, I GOT HER TO SAY IT!” he yelled.

Jackie watched as the Doctor ran back out of the TARDIS whooping and yelling in triumph. She looked down at Rose.

“You really sure you wanna be hangin’ round with him, Rose, the man is certifiable!” she said to her.

“He’s just bored, mum, it’ll pass,” Rose said to her.

“BEBOOLIOUS! HEY, EVERYONE, BEBOOLIOUS!” they heard the Doctor scream.

“Oh hell, what is he up to now?” Jackie said as she and Rose ran out the front door.

Jackie gasped when she got outside the TARDIS and noticed the Doctor had the front door open and was screaming beboolious at the top of his lungs. Letting out a yell, she grabbed him by the back of his jacket, jerked him backwards, shut the door, and spun around to face him. She drew her hand back and gave him a pointed look.

“If you don’t stop it, I will slap the beboolious out of ya!” she yelled at him.

The Doctor sighed angrily.

“No, Jackie, that’s not what beboolious means. It means fantastic, wonderful, nice, awesome. Like this…Today is a beboolious day, now repeat after me, today is a beeeboooolious daaaaay! Say it, Jackie! Beeeebooooolious. Beeeeeeeeeeeeboooooooooo---“

He was cut short when Jackie seized the end of his tie and began to drag him back towards the TARDIS.

“If you are gonna keep this up, then you can leave. And don’t come back here until you can act properly!” she said.

“Gah! Jackie! I’m sorry!” the Doctor got out.

Jackie let go of the tie when she reached the front door of the TARDIS and shoved him through the door.


She slammed the door, shook her head, and walked over to Rose.

Well, needless to say, the Doctor stayed in the TARDIS the entire time of my visit with mum. When I went back inside, I found him sitting on the captain’s chair and to my surprise he began to complain about the way he had been treated. I quickly cut him off and reminded him that I had warned him not to do that, but he didn’t want to hear that. He got the TARDIS back into the vortex and stomped off to his room to sulk like the big baby he is. It just amazes me sometimes that the all knowing, all seeing, all superior Time Lord can act worse than a two-year-old child can. That’s probably where he is now, just curled up in his room crying like a big baby because mum wouldn’t go along with his grand scheme of…

Rose stopped in mid-sentence when the Doctor, who was standing behind her, leaned over her shoulder, brushed aside her hands and started typing.

Rose Tyler, despite what you may think, I am NOT curled up in my room crying like a big baby. I came in here to see if you wanted to go find a nice amusement park to spend the day at, but if you are going to badmouth me in your blog, I have no choice but to take you to the stink swamps of Yulizon Five. Perhaps once you get a whiff of the mucky, boggy stench, you will realize that it does not pay to criticize me behind my back! I am watching you, Rose! You may think I’m just a beboolious guy, but I am the Oncoming Storm and I will not be mocked! FEAR ME, ROSE TYLER MWAH HA HA HA HA HA :p

P.S. I am not at fault. Jackie Tyler has no sense of humor. I tried to help her with that and she nearly severs my head from my body with my tie. She will learn to fear me too in time, MWAH HA HA HA HA HA :p

P.S.S. You couldn’t stay mad at me if you tried, you worship the ground I walk upon and you know it! Once you stop denying that fact, life will be so much easier for you!

Love and kisses,

Your God

The Doctor leaned back up, stuck his hands in his pockets, and casually walked out the door. Rose snorted and rolled her eyes and quickly hit backspace over the Doctor’s words.

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