The Doctor: I'm going in! Vincent Van Gogh: I'm coming too. The Doctor: No! You're Vincent Van Gogh. No. Vincent Van Gogh: But you're not armed! The Doctor: I am. Vincent Van Gogh: What with? The Doctor: Overconfidence, this [pats bag] The Doctor: and a small screwdriver. I'm absolutely sorted.
"Dalek" is the sixth episode of the revived first series of British science fiction television programme Doctor Who, which was first broadcast on 30 April 2005. This episode is the first appearance of the Daleks in the 21st century revival of Doctor Who; it also marks the first appearance of Bruno Langley as companion Adam Mitchell.
Taking place during the second-half of the Fourth Series, the two-parter “Silence in the Library” and “Forrest of the Dead” takes The Doctor and his companion Donna Noble to the universe’s largest library encompassing an entire planet full of books but not a single living soul when The Doctor (David Tennant) and Donna (Catherine Tate) arrive 100 years following the planet’s quarantine after the entire populace disappeared and was never heard from again.
"The Family of Blood" is the ninth episode of the third series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Preceded by "Human Nature", it is the second episode of a two-part story written by Paul Cornell adapted from his Doctor Who novel Human Nature (1995), co-plotted with Kate Orman.