Summary: Rose likes the way this new version of the Doctor looks.
This new Doctor is different. He doesn’t anything like the man Rose met running from living mannequins. He’s shorter, younger, with longer, lighter hair, a different face, ears that don’t stick out. His voice is different too, no trace of a northern accent.
He’s cute though. Rose decides she can get used to this new version of her old friend, and when he pulls black-rimmed spectacles from somewhere and puts them on… Sexy!
“Hang on though, since when did you need glasses? And where’d they come from?”
The Doctor shrugs. “No idea. They must have come with the new body.”