Third WheelHarry Sullivan wasn't quite as sane as one might think. It wasn't something that was really difficult to conceal, though. After all, anybody that met the Time Lord had to admire him. Besides, they all thought he was in love with Sarah Jane. They were partially correct.Third Wheel in Drama More Like This
He loved that fiery glint in her green eyes. He loved that dangerous smile that surfaced whenever there was trouble. He loved it when she linked arms with him as they walked for no apparent reason. He even loved the angry lectures she gave him when he called her "old girl".
The problem cropped up in the fact that Sarah wasn't the only one who he'd fallen for. Sometimes his memories and imagination took him elsewhere: A toothy grin and fly-away curls. That scarf, that hat, a handful of jelly babies. Pale blue eyes that were sometimes filled with laughter, but could be so very sharp sometimes. The Doctor had playfully called him an imbecile. How appropriate for the man with the hapless, stupid love for two people that didn
No Sane ReasonIt was strange that she had trusted him almost immediately. He had come and grasped her hand telling her to runof course she hadn't argued, there were plastic manikins chasing herbut there was also the fact that instead of pulling her hand away to run, she had gripped his hand right back. As he told her about this "living plastic" the thought crossed her mind that he might be crazy, but to be honest, it was only for a moment. There was something about him that didn't seem crazyin spite of how insane it all seemed.No Sane Reason in Drama More Like This
Even when he showed up at the cat flap, she trusted him enough to let him in the houseeven though poking your head through someone's nailed-down cat flap was not something that a sane person would normally do.
His little speech about the Earth rotating and revolving left her breathless from his intensity. He told her to forget him, but how in the world was she supposed to do that? She did try to walk away, only to hear that noise and go running back. S
Human VariationHe supposed it was silly, really, that after so long, humans could still surprise him. Rose Tyler had. When most humans had that annoying habit to deny what was right in front of their eyes, Rose had accepted the living plastic, the threat they presented, the TARDIS, and even himself with a minimal of culture shock. She had spotted the transmitter before he did, and not to forget, saved his life, despite the calls of her annoying boyfriend.Human Variation in General Fiction More Like This
He would leave her behind with a heavy heart--only if he had to, though. He could see the reluctance in her eyes as she said no to his first offer, so he came back to offer again. That was all the convincing she needed to come running. She was meant for adventure and danger. Having a simple life in London just didn't suit. And the happiness he felt when she came running to join him made his two hearts beat loud enough that he was surprised she didn't hear them.