The Doctor is fiddling around with all the cables under the console. And he's wearing some steam-punk looking goggles that are giving me dirty thoughts. Anyway, Amy asks him if he's going to make the TARDIS talk again. He says that he can't, and Rory asks why not. Amy suggests that the answer will be "spacey-wacey." The Doctor attempts a technical explanation, and then just tells them that it is "spacey-wacey" in order to get Rory to stop mucking about with cables that cause sparky explosions. Rory also passes on a message that Sexy kept muttering when she was on the ground: "The only water in the forest is the river." The Doctor allows as how that doesn't make sense right now, but I'm guessing it will in eight or nine episodes. He's talking to the TARDIS as he's making repairs, and Amy notes, "Look at you pair. It's always you and her, isn't it, long after the rest of us are gone." The Doctor noted that House deleted all the bedrooms, and asks the two of them if they wouldn't like a new bedroom. Rory and Amy whisper to each other, and then Amy asks if they can please have a bedroom without bunk beds this time. Like any child, the Doctor is genuinely mystified why anyone wouldn't want a bunk bed. As they leave to find their new room, Rory asks the Doctor if he's got a room. But the Doctor ignores the question, and Amy pulls Rory off before he can press the point.
We see the Doctor a bit later, standing next to the console. He whispers to the ship, asking if it can hear him. There's no response, so he announces that he'll head to "the Eye of Orion, or wherever we need to go." And then some levers flip by themselves, and the TARDIS heads off to where he needs to go.
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