Part 1 The Sarah Jane Adventures


Part 1

Children's drama series. Sarah Jane cannot resist going back in time to meet the parents she never knew - with disastrous consequences.


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Hey, you! Stay there. Stop!

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Get after him!

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Shout at him, brilliant!

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Found anything?

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BEEPING Got it! In there.

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Stop! Please, I can help you!

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Please!

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It's OK, you're safe, you're safe.

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A time fissure.

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We're staring into time. It's beautiful.

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That poor boy must have ended up here.

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It's happened before. Missing people, lost in time.

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But if we stepped through there, we could travel in time.

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-Amazing!

-Uh-uh.

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It's not safe.

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We'll send the kid back home. Then I'll use the Converter

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to reduce the energy ratio and close the gap, I hope.

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Like a time puncture repair kit?

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Yeah. Exactly like.

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Sarah Jane! We got him!

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What's going on?

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-Don't worry, everything's going to be all right.

-Hello.

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What's your name?

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Oscar. Who are you lot?

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-Where am I?

-Don't worry about that.

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You're going home, Oscar.

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Just step through. You'll be safe. There's nothing to be scared of.

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Go through. I promise you'll be safe.

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No. I'm scared.

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Luke.

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Come on. It's all going to be fine. I promise you.

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Back in two ticks.

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And this is home, yes?

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Yes. I was just going for a walk.

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Suddenly I was in that strange place.

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Forget it ever happened. Forget me.

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OK?

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No, it can't be.

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What's the name of that place?

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Foxgrove. It's where I live.

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-What year is this? Please. Tell me. The date.

-It's 1951. July 1951.

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No.

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Go, go, go!

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No.

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Oh, no, you don't, Sarah Jane Smith.

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Did I do it properly, sir?

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You did it beautifully.

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Soon I will do battle once more with Sarah Jane Smith.

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She will return here.

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The one time and place that she cannot resist.

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And this time, the triumph shall be mine!

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EVIL LAUGH

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How did it go?

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Fine. Just fine. I sent Oscar home.

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What about you? How are you?

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-Fine. Why shouldn't I be?

-What's on the other side?

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-What was it like? Did you see anything?

-Nothing much.

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This place used to be countryside.

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Right. Better close it up.

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We could go through there, into another time.

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We might never get the chance again.

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Can't we just have a look?

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-Five minutes?

-No. I'm sorry, Clyde.

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But it's too dangerous. You've seen it in the movies.

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You go back you change one tiny thing, it has terrible consequences.

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-You've travelled through time in the TARDIS.

-With the Doctor,

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who knew what he was doing, most of the time.

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This is different, and I'm closing it up, forever.

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Job done. Let's go home.

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-Bye, Sarah Jane.

-Yeah.

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-See you tomorrow?

-Bye, Rani.

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-No good at hiding how she feels, is she?

-She said she was fine.

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She spent the ride back staring, not saying anything.

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-Didn't complain when Steve Wright came on.

-And played the Hoosiers.

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-Something happened when she went back in time.

-And it's up to you

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to find out the whole story.

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Ciao.

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The energy spike now registers minimal activity, Sarah Jane.

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The fissure is no longer active.

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Thank you, Mr Smith.

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Can you give me the details of the area over the last century?

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In particular, a village called Foxgrove.

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The village of Foxgrove was sited here.

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It was mainly noted for the ruins of a Cistercian abbey.

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The entire village was demolished in 1964 to make way for an A road.

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The area now comprises housing on the edges of Broughton New Town.

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It's right there. Oh, why didn't I realise?

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I'm sorry, Sarah Jane, I don't understand your question.

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I was talking to myself.

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I see. Sorry I spoke.

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Sarah Jane, forgive me,

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-but is there anything else I can help you with?

-No, thanks.

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Are you sure?

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Positive! Goodbye for now.

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Oh, no, you don't, my girl.

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I can't. I mustn't. And I won't!

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Mum? What's the matter?

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I'm fine. I'm fine! Why is everybody asking me if there's anything wrong?

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Rani, you, even the computer.

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-I've gotta say, Mum, you're very, very unconvincing.

-Oh.

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It's that bad?

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Oh, Luke. I'm sorry.

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Who are they?

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Barbara and Eddie Smith.

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My mum and dad.

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They died when you were just a baby.

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What exactly happened?

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We lived in a village called Foxgrove,

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that's where I was born.

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One afternoon in August 1951, they got in their car, drove off.

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-And they never came back.

-There was an accident?

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A tractor had broken down in the lane.

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They went straight into it.

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You got out OK?

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I wasn't with them. They left me behind, in my pram,

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at the side of the road. Alone.

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They must have had a reason.

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To leave a three-month-old baby on its own?

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So your Aunt Lavinia brought you up?

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Dad's sister, the family genius.

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She did the best she could. But she was so busy.

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Never in one place long enough to lick a stamp.

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She always said my mum and dad were the best parents in the world.

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But I couldn't help thinking, was she covering up for them?

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Because that day they just upped and left their baby alone.

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Left me behind.

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Where were they going in the car?

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Nobody knew. They just took off.

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I've never told anybody this.

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Not even the Doctor.

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All these years I tried to forget, to pretend it didn't matter.

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And then today we found that time fissure.

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It leads right there, to Foxgrove,

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July 1951, a month before they died.

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I actually saw the village.

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My mum and dad, they're down there.

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You want to go back.

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Well, why not? Just for a moment, just to see them?

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I can't! Stepping back in time, into your own past, is so dangerous.

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And think about it. It's all too convenient.

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-It could be a trap.

-Or a coincidence.

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No. It must be a trap.

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Which is another reason for not going.

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Somebody's been very clever.

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But not clever enough.

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They've put the idea in my head. Put the bait on the hook.

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This one's not biting. I'm strong enough to say no.

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I must be out of my mind.

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Mum?

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I know where you're going.

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-And I'm coming with you.

-No, I won't let you risk it.

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-I just want to make sure you're all right.

-Oh, Luke.

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Not a school night either, is it?

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Straight there, straight back and we won't tell anybody.

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-Where d'you get the clothes?

-Back of my wardrobe.

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-Simple, classic, it'll do the job.

-You used to wear that?

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-Seriously?

-Listen, kid, the '50s came back in the '70s.

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I remember when this was quite the thing.

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I can still change my mind. I can still walk away.

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I could meet myself as a baby, that's so dangerous.

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If I touched her there could be a huge explosion.

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But you know that, so you won't.

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It's your choice.

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It's only dangerous to go back in time if you change something,

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and you're not going to.

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-What would you do?

-I'd go.

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Any normal person would.

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I think even I'm normal enough to know that.

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And if it is a trap, this is the only way to find out who's behind it.

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That sounds like a good, rational reason I can give myself, anyway.

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-There you go.

-Thank you.

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You know something? You're brilliant.

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The fissure should stay open for about an hour,

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but I'll be back before then.

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Mum, it's closing.

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No! Mum!

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-Yes! The trap is closing!

-EVIL LAUGH

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Luke! What on earth are you doing?

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I had to come, it was closing up, I had no choice!

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-It's gone! Mum.

-Don't panic. Give me the Converter. It's OK.

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Time fissures, they can be erratic.

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But it's still active, I can open it again, we can get back.

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We're back in time.

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1951.

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It's incredible. It's daytime.

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That's time travel.

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Jet lag you wouldn't believe.

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The village.

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You should go back.

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Mind you, every time I use this, it weakens the link.

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Well, now you're here, you might as well come with me.

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Is that OK?

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You're part of the family too, aren't you?

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She did it!

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Come on!

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Luke!

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Lukey-boy!

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Rani!

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-Rani!

-Mum, it's a Saturday!

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You've got a visitor.

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What?

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I'm having a lie-in!

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Can't keep trouble away. Good job your dad didn't see him.

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Their phones are off.

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And me and Luke are meeting up.

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He never ever forgets.

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I tell you, my Clydey-sense is tingling.

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-They might've just gone out.

-Or what if Sarah Jane's been grabbed?

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Right. We'll make a list of all her enemies.

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Great idea. Shouldn't take us more than 15 years! Mr Smith, I need you!

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Where are Sarah Jane and Luke?

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I have no information.

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Come on, did she say where they've gone?

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No, Rani. She did not.

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See! That's weird.

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What if it's aliens?

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They've been abducted. They could be being probed right now.

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There are no signs of alien activity. In fact...

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In fact what? Spit it out.

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It is not my function to venture opinion.

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Or to prognosticate the behaviour of humans.

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But I have a theory about where they've gone, or rather, when.

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Uh-oh. Didn't like how that sentence ended up.

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Mr Smith, give us your theory.

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Sarah Jane was born in the village of Foxgrove.

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She lived there as a baby,

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-at the exact period to which the fissure leads.

-Her mum and dad!

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They were alive then. She's gone back to see them.

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Whoa. Obvious trap!

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Like if it was you, you wouldn't go?

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Information. Energy pulse detected.

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-Energy pulse? Where?

-Behind you.

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Oh, no. Bad news.

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Tell me.

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Last year, some really weird stuff went down.

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I never got my head round it, but...

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some alien thing took Sarah Jane out of time completely,

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but Maria could still remember her because she had this box.

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It protects you against some other alien -

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little midget thing, the Graske.

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And, er, bad time things in general.

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How does it protect you?

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I dunno. With its boxy goodness?

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We can remember Sarah Jane and Luke, nothing's changed.

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Something's making it flash though.

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We've gotta get after them, warn them.

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She'll have taken the Converter.

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-We can't get through the fissure.

-We can try, and that might help us.

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It's only half an hour on the train.

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Nobody about.

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Look.

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They must be down there.

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Come on then.

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Just one look. I just want to see them, that's all.

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I know, me too.

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But Luke, they abandoned me. What kind of people are they?

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-Do I really want to know the answer?

-You can't turn back now.

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TANNOY: Everybody, could I have your attention, please?

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The raffle prizes will be announced at five o'clock sharp!

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Thank you!

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These people, they look so excited.

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It's 1951. They're still on rations after the war.

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No mobile phones, no TV.

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I see. This is what old people call making your own entertainment.

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Sarah Jane!

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Look what Mummy's got for you, Sarah Jane.

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It's her, my mum.

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BABY CRIES

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Sarah Jane!

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-And that must be...

-I know. Me.

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Looks like a pretty good mum.

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So why did she leave me?

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You can hardly go up and ask.

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I can if I'm careful.

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That wasn't the plan. You wanted to see her, now you have.

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Plans change.

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It's her. My mum.

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-Hello.

-Oh, hello.

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Sorry. I thought you were...

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-I thought you were... I thought I knew you.

-Oh, that's all right.

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-Lovely baby.

-Yeah, thanks, she is.

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Come on. Guess how many gobstoppers in there, penny a go.

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I'd say it was 676.

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You what? What did you say?

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676. If you take the cubic volume of the jar in centimetres,

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and then divide by the size of each sweet,

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-allowing for the spaces in between.

-Just put your name down there.

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Centimetres? You from abroad?

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No. We're from London.

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-What's she called?

-Sarah Jane.

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You look like you adore her.

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Yeah.

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Eddie!

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-Made it eventually, then?

-Had to leave the car up by the memorial.

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Ruddy horsebox parked outside the house.

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-Hello.

-Hello, strangers!

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Welcome to the village fete. Fete worse than death!

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You staying over the pub?

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No, just passing through. A holiday.

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Oh, well, lovely day for it.

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-Eddie Smith.

-I'm...

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I'm Victoria Beckham.

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And I'm David Beckham.

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-Nice to meet you.

-I'm Barbara.

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-How's my little darling? She been behaving herself?

-Quiet as a lamb.

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Beautiful, ain't she? Oh, Mrs King says can you help out in the tent?

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They're a bit short-handed.

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Go on, I'll mind the stall.

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Righty-ho. Bye-bye, bye-bye.

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I'll help out - another pair of hands?

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-That's all right.

-I like to be useful.

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Mum, are you sure? We should get back soon.

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-I'll only be a moment.

-OK.

-Meet you back at the square.

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How many sweets in the jar?

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Come on, lovely prizes, step up.

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Thank you so much, Mrs Smith.

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We can always rely on you!

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That's all right, Mrs King.

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Where's Mr Beckham today, then?

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-Your husband?

-I'm not married.

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-But David's your son?

-I adopted him.

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You can adopt even if you're on your own? I thought you couldn't do that.

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-You going to have more kids?

-A couple more.

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That's always been the plan.

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Don't want her growing up on her own, nobody to play with.

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Here, I was doing this when I first met Eddie.

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In a canteen or something?

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The NAAFI, yeah.

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Eddie came in every afternoon, three on the dot.

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Milky tea and a teacake.

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Used to leave me silly notes, "Miss Wilson, be mine."

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"Miss Wilson, I adore you."

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Then one day, "Miss Wilson, will you be Mrs Smith?"

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So I sent one back, "Mr Smith, I will."

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We still do it, look.

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-You probably think we're soft, Victoria.

-I don't.

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I think it's lovely.

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The fissure is closed.

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Try the box.

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-What am I supposed to do?

-I don't know. Hold it up.

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Hocus pocus!

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Open sesame!

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Oh, I dunno.

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Jumanji!

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I feel like a right fool.

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Look at that! It's going crazy.

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It's trying to tell us something.

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Watch out, here comes Madam.

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Oh!

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Look at her. So peaceful. What's she thinking?

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Thinking about her tea, I reckon.

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Eddie thinks she's gonna turn out like his sister,

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-the brain of Britain.

-I'm sure she'll turn out fine.

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You wonder sometimes, though, don't you, Victoria?

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What kind of world is she gonna grow up in?

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Russians, and the Yanks. Letting off H bombs left, right and centre.

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All these men with big ideas on how to live your life.

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I think the future will be better than that.

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Well, that's why we moved out here.

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You see, our generation, we had all the upheaval, the danger.

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But Sarah Jane's gonna have a better life.

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She's the best little girl in the world.

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We'll always be there for you, won't we, darling?

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I'd better go.

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It was nice meeting you.

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No, it was incredible. Goodbye.

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She's a funny one.

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Mum, it's time to go home.

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-Now.

-Yes. I'll never know why they left me that day.

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But I do know that they loved me.

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I thought I'd take this back to show Clyde and Rani.

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A souvenir, if that's OK?

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Why not?

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No.

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No, it can't be.

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What's the matter? Mum?

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Today's date. August the 18th.

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It's the day they died.

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The boy, Oscar. He told you it was July.

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-Why would he lie?

-They drive off today. They leave me today.

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-This afternoon. Now.

-We've got to go back home.

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There! That's the car.

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My dad said, you heard him, he parked it by the memorial.

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We're going home, now.

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I could save them with the sonic.

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I could put the car out of action.

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Then, wherever they were going, they'd never leave.

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But it's a fixed point in time.

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-We know it happened.

-But why?

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Why them? It's so unfair!

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You know you can't do it.

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Luke, I have saved the lives of so many people.

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People I didn't even know. I don't know. Miners on Peladon,

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all the people drinking Bubbleshock, without a second thought.

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But this is my mum and dad.

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You know you're not meant to.

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Why? Why can't I? Why shouldn't I save them too?

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What about the way you were brought up?

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If you changed it, then what if you never meet the Doctor?

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What if you never meet me?

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I only want to look through the fissure,

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see what my life becomes if they survive.

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If there's anything wrong, we set it right again.

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Unless this is the trap!

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Why do we have to think this is something terrible?

0:23:550:23:59

What if this is a good thing?

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All these years I've put other people first.

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There has to be something at the end of it, something for me.

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What if this is it? My reward?

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-Please. Stop for a moment. Think.

-If I do, I'll change my mind.

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CLANKING

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There, I've disabled the engine. Now they can't go anywhere.

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-You always said changing time was so dangerous.

-Back to the fissure. Now.

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Maybe the whole world will be better.

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It's just an experiment. I have to see.

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RUMBLING

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THUNDER RUMBLES OVERHEAD

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Weather's turning.

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Forecast said sunny all day.

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One day they'll get it right.

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But there's no clouds, that's weird.

0:24:490:24:52

It's happening.

0:24:540:24:57

Time for me to collect my prize!

0:24:570:24:59

Why has it turned red?

0:24:590:25:01

What? I don't like this at all.

0:25:040:25:07

-It's Luke! Luke!

-No!

0:25:120:25:14

It's not him! It's that kid, Oscar.

0:25:150:25:21

Oscar, what's wrong?

0:25:210:25:22

Where's Sarah Jane, the lady who helped you?

0:25:220:25:25

-So stupid. Humans.

-I don't like where that sentence ended up either.

0:25:250:25:31

Run!

0:25:360:25:37

-Let's split up.

-No, think.

0:25:440:25:47

It must be the Graske thing, and that'll protect us!

0:25:470:25:50

Let's not split up!

0:25:500:25:51

Here!

0:25:580:26:00

-Something's happening.

-Sshh!

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Hold on to me!

0:26:100:26:11

THEY SCREAM

0:26:130:26:15

I can't see anything.

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What's happened?

0:26:240:26:26

I'm going through.

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Wait for me!

0:26:280:26:29

This is our time.

0:26:320:26:35

Our world.

0:26:350:26:38

That's impossible. What's happened to London?

0:26:380:26:40

It's been destroyed!

0:26:400:26:42

THEY SCREAM

0:26:420:26:44

What just happened? Where are we?

0:26:480:26:51

EVIL LAUGHTER

0:26:570:26:59

Sarah Jane Smith!

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Oh, no. Not you.

0:27:030:27:05

Mum. What is it?

0:27:050:27:07

Where is this place?

0:27:070:27:08

This is what you wanted to see.

0:27:080:27:12

Earth...

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..on the day that you left.

0:27:130:27:16

Do you consider your experiment to be a success?

0:27:160:27:21

-What have you done?

-It was you!

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You gave me the power to walk this world.

0:27:240:27:27

You gave this planet to the Trickster!

0:27:270:27:32

EVIL LAUGHTER

0:27:320:27:33

We saw the Trickster in the future.

0:27:360:27:39

He hasn't manifested himself yet. That's about to happen here in 1951.

0:27:390:27:42

We're in an alternative time line. Our world never existed.

0:27:420:27:46

The Trickster walked through the Abbot's gateway,

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and sucked the life out of the world.

0:27:490:27:51

Too late, I'm growing stronger!

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