Emma nodded at the Doctor, looking quickly in the direction that the Slitheen had gone as she thought about whether or not she really did want him to walk her home. Her flat was only five minutes from here, but with her luck she would probably encounter those things again.
"An escort home would be nice, if it’s not any trouble," She replied, taking a few steps towards the end of the alley. He didn’t have a clue where she lived - at least she hoped he didn’t - so it would be up to her to point out where she lived.
"I don’t want to be the reason they get away from you."
"All right, I’ll walk you home." Of course, he had no idea where her home might be, but someone else at her side would do. Sometimes, just having someone else there was enough.
But they barely knew each other.
He followed after her and held his arm out for her to take. “Oh, don’t worry about them,” he said, shaking his head. “No, you’re the very reason I intend to catch them. And when I do, I’ll stop by and tell you that it’s safe, all right? Is that okay?”
"Of course it’s okay," Emma replied, intertwining her arm with his and taking a small step in the direction of the street to prompt him to follow her. It was only a five minute walk to her home, but she was sure that they could talk about a lot in five minutes.
"If you’re not from earth, though, why do you look human?" she asked, figuring that that would be the best place to start. She’d never met an alien, so she wasn’t sure exactly what they liked to talk about.