"Oh, hello, Doctor. I was just having a look at the navigational system— I still feel it could be much improved with just a bit of effort.” She looked at him, mildly concerned at the reaction he might have at her tinkering with his ship. “Would you prefer I didn’t? I thought it would help to have a bit more accuracy..”
"Yes, quite a bit to be done," she said with a bit more excitement now that he was agreeable about her helping out. "The temporal grace issue, navigational system, the chameleon circuit—" She cut herself off and smiled pleasantly, picking the spanner back up and handing it over to him. "Well, we’ll start small. Navigational system should do, don’t you think?"
The Doctor carefully took the wrench from her. ”Ahh, yes. The navigational system has been a little, well, off, lately,” the Doctor said looking over the console.
Elisa gave a him a grin, though it was false. “An alien brainwashed Sherlock, I unbrainwashed, then the alien who brainwashed him hit me with poison from her tongue… The alien’s poison was easily cured though with celery, or celery like plants. I…
"Oh really? I’m sorry, did you say regenerate? You’re a Time Lady?" he questioned, placing the tea cup down gently on the console. "And no, just traveling really, I’m assuming that doesn’t chance much in the future?"