@Brenda Davies Ok so what do you think they are doing here?: 1. Puppy party just ended, scramble to get out of house. 2. Mommy & Daddy just got home and everyone wants to look at them out the window at the same time.
"That’s when people truly take it to their hearts. They recognise it. That’s all of us. Even if you’re blubbing at the Doctor and Rose on Bad Wolf Bay in Doomsday, you’re empathizing, you’re feeling it, and there’s an echo of every loss you’ve ever had in that." - Russell T. Davies, The Writer’s Tale
Ace (played by Sophie Aldred, 1988-9). A streetwise tomboy with a passion of pyrotechnics, Ace was arguably the first time a companion was given an emotional journey as the series developed, prefiguring the Russell T Davies era in that respect, as the Doctor forced her to confront her phobias and neuroses. Sophie Aldred managed to give what could have been a very annoying companion a likeability which made Ace another good foil for the Doctor.
A PUPPY is being hailed a miniature hero after saving its owner from an axe-wielding burglar. Elmo, a little Jack Russell, leapt into action and began barking to alert Rochelle Davies to the armed intruder who had smashed his way through the back door. With Elmo barking and snarling, a terrified Rochelle screamed at the crook in a bid to scare him off and he fled empty-handed a few moments later.