Gareth pulls Adeola down a deserted corridor that is clearly under reconstruction, shadowed behind plastic sheeting. "Come on, it'll be all right down here. Just two minutes!" I'd go for it. But Addie's a bit of a better employee than I have been: "This is out of bounds...." Gareth nods; that's the point: "It's completely safe!" She doesn't think it's worth getting caught, just for a snog. He's right, she's wrong. "It is," he laughs, pulling her in beyond the veil. She smiles, but pulls back. He tsks and takes off through the veil alone. She smiles uneasily at two workmen, who come and carry a ladder away, and then, alone, whispers after Gareth. There's no reply. "Gareth?" Addie laughs and presses up against the veil: "Now don't be daft, where've you gone? Gareth? Look, I'm gonna head back, I'm seeing you tonight anyway...Gareth?" And she steps through. Just barely. "I'm gonna go back to work..." Silence. Addie keeps pushing; her voice edges toward fear: "Now stop it, Gareth! I'm not kidding, just stop it!" Remember Rose at Henrik's; it's never a joke. There's a figure just beyond the veil. Human, if blurry. "Sorry, I'm just looking for my friend..." says Addie. It doesn't reply. Addie pulls back the veil, revealing a Cyberman -- the new style, from the Age of Steel -- and it advances on her. She screams. Things proceed, as they will.
Rose brings a newspaper into the TARDIS, where the Doctor is wedged under the console as usual: "They've elected a ghost as MP for Leeds!" She looks down at him. "Now, don't tell me you're gonna sit back and do nothing?" He pops up from under the floor beneath her feet, jumpy and excited, with a fake Ghostbusters accompaniment, a strange device in one hand and a makeshift proton pack: "Who you gonna call?" he says, in an annoying accent. "Ghostbusters!" Rose replies kindly, and the Doctor duck-marches out the door, with the accent again: "I ain't afraid of no ghosts." That's how they get you.