The Daleks swarm around Rose, having a time of it, freaking out that the Doctor's located them, and they immediately summon her as a hostage and open a channel to the Gamestation. "I will talk to the Doctor," says one. "Oh, will you?" the Doctor snits. "That's nice. Hello!" And then the Doctor's grin fades quickly. A Dalek announces, "The Dalek Stratagem nears completion. The Fleet is almost ready. You will not intervene." And the reason why the Doctor won't intervene is because the Daleks have Rose. She stares at the Doctor on the screen and shivers. "No," the Doctor says, and everyone on Gamestation gives a giant "SAY WHAT?" On the Dalek ship, Rose's mouth hangs open a bit wider than usual.
"Explain yourself," shrieks a Dalek, and the Doctor repeats his response. This bit is like a spelling bee: "What is the meaning of this negative?" He explains that it means "No," and the Dalek tries to reiterate that that means Rose is toast.
And the Doctor stands. "No. Because this is what I'm gonna do: I'm gonna rescue her. I'm going to save Rose Tyler from the middle of the Dalek Fleet, and then I'm going to save the Earth, and then just to finish off, I'm going wipe every last stinking Dalek out of the sky!" But the Dalek points out that they have no weapons, no defenses, no plans. And then the Doctor's grin, lots of teeth: "Yeah. And doesn't that scare you to death?" It would seem so, based on what little I understand of Dalek nonverbal communication. The Doctor continues: "Rose?" And she eagerly replies, "Yes, Doctor?" The Doctor: "I'm coming to get you."
The Doctor hangs up on them, and the Daleks freak the hell out, screaming about this and that, how the Doctor is "initiating hostile action" and that they must advance "the Strategem" and once again try to invade Earth. They wheel around and look ridiculous, and if they would shut up their creepy-ass terrifying voices it would be like the funniest thing. Rose just kind of Froggers her way out of their mess, and the camera pulls out as the thousands of Daleks onboard come to one voice, synchronized -- and you know what they're screaming.