In New York City in 1938, Julius Grayle hires Detective Sam Garner to investigate a case of statues... statues that move when no one is looking. Garner is glad to take his money, gets an address from Grayle, and leaves. Once the detective is gone, Grail nervously looks outside at the decorative statues around his house...Read the full recap
Sam Garner: New York. The city of a million stories. Half of them are true. The other half... just haven't happened yet. Statues, the man said. Living statues that moved in the dark.
River Song: The Angels are predators. They're deadly. What do you want with them?
Grayle: I'm a collector. What collector could resist these? I'm only human.
River Song: That's exactly what they're thinking.
River Song: Turns out the person I killed never existed in the first place. Apparently there's no record. It's almost as if someone's gone around deleting himself from every database in the universe.
The Doctor: Umm, you said I got too big.
River Song: And now no one's ever heard of you. Didn't you used to be someone?
The Doctor: You might be the woman who killed the Doctor.
River Song: Doctor who?
The Doctor: But how did you get your wrist out without breaking it?
River Song: You asked, I did. Problem?
The Doctor: You just changed the future.
River Song: It's called marriage, honey. Now hush, I'm working.
The Doctor: It would be almost impossible.
River Song: Loving the almost.
The Doctor: But to create a paradox like that takes almost unimaginable power. What have we got, eh? Tell me, come on. What?
Amy: (takes Rory's hand) I won't let them take him. That's what we've got.
Rory: I always wanted to visit the Statue of Liberty. I guess she got impatient.
Amy: Rory, stop it, you'll die.
Rory: Yeah, twice. In the same building on the same night. Who else could do that?
The Doctor: What the hell are you doing?!?
Amy: Changing the future. It's called marriage.
River Song: What matters is this. Doctor, don't travel alone.
The Doctor: Travel with me then.
River Song: Whenever and wherever you want. But not all the time. One psychopath per TARDIS, don't you think?
Amy: And do one more thing for me. There's a little girl waiting in a garden. She's going to wait a long while so she's going to need a lot of hope. Go to her. Tell her a story. Tell her that if she's patient, the days are coming that she'll never forget. Tell her she'll go to sea and fight pirates. She'll fall in love with a man who'll wait two thousand years to keep her safe. Tell her she'll give hope to the greatest painter that'll ever live. And save a whale in outer space. Tell her this is the story of Amelia Pond and this is how it ends.