Your character always seems to be a big uneasy with domestic relationships. How is the current status of the Pond relationship affecting your character and how does it affect his own marriage?
Matt Smith: I think that’s something we’re going to witness with “Pond Life” that’s coming out on the internet. Also, there is an episode called “The Power of Three” that has a very interesting take on the Pond’s relationship and what it means to them to be a couple, and be traveling round the Universe, and true and have a normal live. There’s a bit in the trailer where [the Doctor] says to them, “You’re thinking of stopping, aren’t you.” [And Amy responds] “The traveling is starting to feel like running away.” I think for someone normal, for a human being, it must feel like that. But he can’t understand, I don’t think, why would you get with one person and live in a house? What’s the point? There’s a whole Universe out there, it’s so expansive and so huge. If you look at the history of the man, he sort of picks up hot chicks, over and over. Travels round the Universe for two years then says, “ah see you later, Rose.”
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