Forget Me Not

When the TARDIS takes the Doctor (that'd be the tenth, ladies and gents) and Rose to an obscure little cottage in the middle of nowhere, they are faced with a dangerous alien, as the Doctor always is, and the underlying relationship that all of us Whovians know exist between the Doctor and Rose comes into the light. It's the story that Russell T Davies and Steven Moffat would never give their fans the satisfaction of seeing- but that's what I'm here for. Allons-y!

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9. Underground

When Rose awoke, she was standing, strapped into a metallic structure of some sort. She couldn't really see what it was, since she was strapped down at her shoulders, wrists, knees, and ankles. There was no chance of escape on her own, so she laid her head back against the thing she was stuck to, and looked around the room she was in.

Everything seemed like it was from hundreds of thousands of years into the future. Then again, alien technology could have been this advanced a long time ago, because Rose had no idea where or when she was relative to where/when she had just come from. She noticed there was a tall, pillar-like object on the other side of the room that looked a lot like the middle of the main control room in the TARDIS. She was worried that the alien had taken apart the TARDIS and killed the Doctor while Rose was knocked out from the effects of time travel without protection (the transporter was cheap and often caused inexperienced users to black out), but she quickly noticed that this particular central control unit was much less advanced than the central control unit of the TARDIS.

As she was taking in her surroundings, the alien still disguised as an old lady walked out from behind the central control unit. It saw that Rose was awake, and evilly purred, "Hello, lovely. How are you feeling?"

Rose, disgusted by this fake act of politeness, scoffed, "Lovely? What, are we good friends now?"

The alien smiled in a way that sent chills up Rose's spine, and said, "For the remainder of your life, if you don't struggle or give me any trouble, sure. We can be best friends."

As creepy as that was, Rose refused to show her fear, and said, "Well, then, we can't be friends at all, because I will never stop struggling to get out of here, and I will never pass up an opportunity to give you trouble." Rose sarcastically grinned at her enemy and went on, "But since you asked, I'm doing fine."

The alien snickered at Rose's attitude and said, "Good, good. I can't have you feeling ill when you're about to have a baby, now can I?"

Rose looked down and saw a huge baby bump, ready to burst at any moment. She gasped, "What?! But I just looked myself over a few seconds ago, how did that happen so quickly?"

"You are receiving a sort of medication, if you will, that makes the growing process of this child speed up at a pace that is not humanly possible. But then again, this baby isn't even fully human itself." The alien laughed again at Rose because her jaw had dropped to her chest at the sight of her body and the baby within. "Oh, and don't worry, it won't poison you. I need you to stay healthy until this baby is out of you and away from you," the alien coolly continued. It had went back over to the central control unit and was flicking switches and pressing buttons. Rose felt a sharp pain in her back and let out an "Ow!" while the alien looked at her and smiled again.

"Yes, that was the needle jabbing through you and to the amniotic sac. It's popped, and you're in labor."

Rose gasped as she felt a searing pain all throughout her body. The alien raised a finger at Rose, who was cringing from pain, and said, "And those would be the contractions. I must have forgotten to give you any pain medication. Oops!" 

As the alien was laughing to itself, Rose couldn't bear the silence anymore, and she let out a scream of pure agony. She squirmed and tried to move as much as she could, but she was so tightly bound to the cold, hard metal that there was no hope.

She screamed "DOCTOR!" many times, but there was no mad man and no blue box to be seen. Just as Rose was losing all hope, and losing herself in the immense pain, she blacked out.

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