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13 Bannerman Road is where Sarah Jane Smith lives.
And it's home to things way beyond your imagination.
There's an extraterrestrial supercomputer in the wall...
her son, a genetically engineered boy genius...
a schoolgirl investigator across the road...
and a whole universe of adventure
right here on the doorstep.
The shop's owner, Mr Smalley,
who refused to give his age,
said he saw a creature 12 feet tall, with huge fangs and red eyes.
What are we up against -
Well, there's only one way to find out.
What is it we're looking for?
Haven't the foggiest. But I'll know it when I see it.
That's what my mum says when she's dragging me round Primark.
Ooh, I always wanted one of these when I was little.
Is that a blood stain?
But whose blood? >
That is the question.
Oh, I'm sorry, Mr Smalley? Or...co?
Some say that arrow was pulled from the eye of King Harold himself
after the Battle of Hastings.
And some say he wasn't shot in the eye at all. Read that online.
The tapestry of time is a fragile thing.
Apply the slightest pressure, and the threads of history can unravel.
But you understand that, don't you, Sarah Jane?
-How do you know my name?
-Oh, I know a great many things.
The newspaper cutting...
that was for our benefit, wasn't it? Look, I don't like being tricked.
Who are you and what do you want?
I need your help, to save the world.
Time itself is under threat.
A metal forged within the time vortex,
with the power to re-shape destiny.
Three pieces of it, moulded into different objects,
are lodged at key points in the Earth's history.
They must be recovered.
What objects? Where in history?
They could be anything, anywhere.
Well, good luck with that.
But you are the only ones who can do this!
You're the Earth's last hope.
Even if I believe you, how can we possibly find this Chronosteen?
This is a Time Window, Sarah Jane.
It will take you close to the objects.
If you can create that, why can't you go yourself?
It is forbidden for me to travel through time, but you can.
All of you have passed through it before.
Look, if we go, and I'm not saying that we will,
then how do we get back?
Find the objects, and they will bring you home,
and I'm afraid, Sarah Jane,
there is no choice in the matter!
And be careful!
History can be a dangerous place.
That's right, Captain,
they have until the sands run out...
or this world is doomed.
Rani? Where are you?!
More to the point,
where am I?
Can anyone hear me?
Can anyone hear me?!
FOOTSTEPS THEN HEAVY BREATHING
Oh! Heavens, oh, you gave me a fair fright!
Creeping up like that!
You are not expected till the morrow.
Where am I?
-Where is this?
-I beg your pardon, my lady, are you quite well?
I am sure it has been a long journey from the East, but...
Did you say you were expecting me?
Of course. 'Twas the Queen's personal request that you came.
-Is this Buckingham Palace?
-'Tis the Tower of London, the royal chambers.
And Queen Jane is eager to meet you.
My, you are tired from the journey.
I am Mistress Ellen, head of Her Majesty's household.
I've been with her since she was a babe. Lady Jane, she was then.
Lady Jane Grey?
I've certainly heard of her.
-She was made Queen, nine days ago.
-Of course, the Nine Days' Queen.
Now, we had best find more suitable attire...
for the Queen's new lady-in-waiting.
I don't think we're in Ealing any more, Clydey.
Psst! Quick, or they'll see you!
Well, wherever I am, they haven't invented style yet.
I'm Clyde. Who are you?
My name's George, George Woods...
and you can hardly talk. Now, keep your voice down.
-Why, what you looking at?
-I'm sure of it.
-What, nabbing all the sun loungers?
Mum warned me when I was evacuated
that the country folk was a bit thick.
Right, I get it, so this is like...1939 or something?
But she didn't say just how thick.
-It's the 7th of June, 1941.
That's seriously cool.
So when you said Germans, you actually meant...
At last, I have you trapped!
Now, speak your name, spirit!
I'm not a spirit - I'm Sarah Jane Smith.
Why are you haunting this house?
Look, if I was a ghost...
And by the way, there's no such thing.
..you wouldn't be able to touch me, would you? Come on.
Just as solid as you are.
Pleased to meet you...?
Do you live here?
Nobody lives here. I'm just investigating.
But there are ghosts in this house, everybody says so.
Well, just because everybody says something doesn't make it true.
That door was locked, so if you're not a ghost,
how did you get in here?
Er, yes, well that's a little tricky to explain.
What year is this?
No such thing as ghosts, you say.
What was that, then?
Come on, let ME have a go.
They could be Brits - it's hard to tell.
Are you sure they're Nazis, George?
Yeah, I see it! You're right!
Time travel's awesome, isn't it?
-I've got to do it more often.
-They must have come in on a U-Boat.
We shall fight them on the beaches, we shall fight them on the...
the other places. But, hang on, what ARE going to do?
We're going to call the Home Guard, of course!
Good thinking, '40s boy.
What do you think?
Most becoming, my lady.
'Tis only me, Your Majesty, and your new lady. May we enter?
Lady Matilda, my crown, please. Thank you.
We are ready to receive you now.
may I present, Lady...
Lady Rani. From the court of...the Taj Mahal.
I know it not.
But you have clearly travelled far, Lady Rani. I am most grateful.
You may leave us, Ellen.
You too, Lady Matilda.
Forgive me, but I thought the request
was for an elderly companion.
And I heard the Countess of Arundel was already on her way.
Your Majesty, can we trust this...
I hope the Queen will judge me on my own character,
just as she might judge you on yours.
Matilda, where are your manners?
I say again, leave us.
And what is this you bring?
It's a music box. Go on, open it!
How is this possible?
-They're dead clever where I come from.
-Thank you, Lady Rani.
I will treasure this forever.
It must be hard for you, being so far from home.
Especially if you knew how far away home really is.
I too am alone.
Even those I thought most loyal
now call for Lady Mary to be crowned in my place.
Oh, it is all too distressing to discuss.
No, tell me. It's important.
When the King died without an heir, we thought his sister, Mary,
would take the throne.
But they made me Queen, and I never wanted to be.
My father-in-law saw it as a way to gain power for himself.
Father-in-law? You're married?
My mother forced me to marry Lord Dudley.
But the man is an ass!
He talks of nothing but himself,
fails to compliment me if I wear a new gown...
-Oh, and he never washes.
-Yeah, I know guys like that.
I like you, Lady Rani. You speak to me as a person, not a queen.
-Tell me of yourself.
-There's not much to tell, really.
-Are you married?
Sorry. I mean, no, Your Majesty.
Well, you know, I'm only 17.
I am but 16 and wed.
Do you not have a sweetheart?
There must be one gentleman who occupies your thoughts.
There is someone I spend a lot of time with.
Wouldn't exactly call him a gentleman, though!
Where are we going?
They've got a telephone.
-Clyde is doing well...
..but you're right, Captain,
he must be quicker.
We cannot keep the Time Window open much longer.
Now...what of Sarah Jane?
Odd. So much chronon energy...
I've checked upstairs - there's nobody there,
so it's got to be ghosts.
Not according to this, it isn't.
What is that? And where are you from exactly?
A long way away. And this measures energy fields, amongst other things.
The readings are very unusual.
-Who owns this house?
but they couldn't bear all the ghastly noises,
so they moved and locked the place up.
I'm rather handy with locks.
Oh, well, yeah.
You and me both.
Funny thing is,
it was 60 degrees Fahrenheit outside, but it's 41 in here.
Classic sign of ghosts.
What is it with you and ghosts?
No, there's more to it than that.
Nine weeks ago...
my mother, she...she... she passed over.
I'm sorry to hear that.
She disappeared from my life.
Father says she's gone, but she can't have gone...
Eight o'clock! That's it - that's when they say it starts.
-When what starts?
It's supposed to happen each night at eight.
SOUND OF DOOR OPENING
-What was that?
-So sorry I'm late, Mrs Bruce.
I know. Well, have a great evening.
See you about half eleven.
The stories are true.
There IS something strange in this house.
Yes...and it went that way.
MUSIC PLAYS The melody is so very pretty.
I shall never tire of hearing it.
Lady Rani, what are you doing?
Are you looking for something?
Sorry, Your Majesty. I'm meant to be.
You can tell me.
We're friends now, are we not?
Of course we are.
What is it, Mistress Ellen?
It is ill tidings.
They say Mary and her army have reached London.
This was nailed to the door of St Paul's.
I fear to read it.
"On this the 19th day of July, 1553,
"Lady Mary makes just claim to the Crown of England...
"..and she calls upon all of her subjects to reject...
"any unlawful claimants."
Then I have no need of this...
..for I am no longer Queen. And if I am not Queen,
then I made false claim to the throne.
That makes me a traitor.
The punishment for traitors is death.
Right, phone, Georgie-boy?
Operator? Hello? Operator?
It's dead. The phone's completely dead. That's strange.
So what now? Is there any other way of getting help?
I remember Mr Porter saying something about ringing the church bell.
But that was only in a real emergency.
And what's this when it's at home?!
That's them! Quick!
THEY TALK IN GERMAN
I am Lieutenant Koenig. And you...are my prisoners.
I'm getting the same readings here.
RUNNING AND GIGGLING
What was that if it wasn't a ghost?
Old houses, they sometimes retain an echo of the past,
trapped within the very fabric of the building.
-Yeah, but I can't come out, Joe, not tonight, it's impossible.
-It's the same voice as in the hallway.
You know I've got to look after Ben and Katy.
Yes, I know, but... Yeah, all right, just chill out.
"Chill out"?! She said "chill out"?!
-What does it mean?
-Ghosts are supposedly an echo of the past.
But this person...
is from the future.
This doesn't happen. You lot shouldn't even be in this country.
Quite a statement...
from a negro.
Reduced to name-calling, are you?
You're just a gang of bullies, picking on others
for what they look like, and that is why you'll lose this war.
Underestimating the enemy through blind, stupid prejudice!
Kirsch, open the case.
This is what will guarantee certain victory for Germany.
Our technology is so far in advance of your pathetic efforts.
Oddest looking radio I've ever seen.
That's because it is so much more than a radio.
A transmitter then, maybe?
-What is that?
-It was discovered beneath the Rhineland.
The Fuhrer himself believes it to be Thor's Hammer.
Our scientists have found it to be a great source of power.
-Did you see that?
Must be what that junk shop bloke's after -
something that can change history. You've got to give that to me!
I've got work to do here, and you are getting in my way.
Bagar, tie them up and lock them in the vestry.
They're going to execute her.
But she is only 16 and she hasn't done anything wrong.
We could all face the axe, my lady.
There must be something we can do.
Not tonight there isn't.
We shall see what the morning brings. Good night, Lady Rani.
Trent! Trent, are you there?
I hear you bring word from Sir Thomas.
(I have a letter.)
If this is what I think it is,
then I will not have to hide my true purpose for much longer.
Something's causing this time and the future to cross over,
which means there must be a trigger, somewhere in the house.
-You see, I was sent here to find an object.
All I was told was it's made of metal
and it's interfering with the course of history, which...
which is a very dangerous thing.
So have you come to help?
-Are you...from the future?
Yes, I am.
That's over 100 years from now. That's impossible!
It's coming from in there.
GIGGLING GETS LOUDER
That machine's dangerous, I know it is.
And the hammer, that's what I'm here for, it's got to be.
Then we need to escape then, don't we?
If you hadn't noticed, we're both tied up and locked in.
Just reach into my pocket - I've got a penknife.
Way to go, Georgie-boy!
There's nothing here.
Nothing we can see.
-Ben, don't! You mustn't! You know what Mum told us.
-Shut up, Katy! It's only a candle! Mum does it all the time.
But you mustn't! Please don't!
Sarah Jane, look!
It was 41 degrees downstairs, but it's 75 in here!
That's because this room, in the future,
is on fire!
Tell Sir Thomas the deed will be done by daybreak.
(God speed, my lady.)
It is time to bid Lady Jane Grey farewell...
..for she dies tonight!
-And more good news -
I know a way out that they don't.
There are benefits to being an altar boy.
-Was ist das?!
-I think they might have heard that!
-Ben, it's locked.
-Let me try.
-Ben, we're trapped.
-I can't stand it!
It's just like...
like that night!
Can't we save them?
Somehow, we have to find a way.
They're taking too long, Captain!
We need the Chronosteen now!
And the sands have almost run through!
If Sarah Jane and her friends do not return soon,
they'll be trapped in the past...
Nazis are right behind me.
-BANGING ON DOOR
-Right, nice one! Let's get help!
-'Ben, it's locked.'
-'Let me try.'
It's exactly how my mother died.
It's over now. It's all over.
But why did it stop so suddenly?
I guess because that's where it ends for those children.
Lady Matilda? No!
-Get away from her!
-Lady Rani, be careful!
-Hold still! I will not hesitate to use this!
-Are you all right?
I am fine, thank you.
And you have just saved my life.
-What is all this commotion?
-Matilda just tried to kill Lady Jane!
-A treacherous Catholic?
-I am no Catholic.
I am a Protestant.
One of my own? Then why?
Your death would have inspired thousands to rise up against Mary.
And now she will simply lock you up.
Then, one day,
she will have you quietly executed, when you could have died a martyr.
That's it. The object that's changing history.
But you weren't supposed to die tonight. I saved you.
That's what I was sent here to do.
Lady Jane has not been saved.
You have condemned her to die,
like a common traitor.
Forgotten and alone.
It brought it all back to me, hearing those children.
It must have been like that for Mother.
I know what you went through, Emily, I know what you're going through.
I lost both my parents when I was very young.
You understand then, that if
I'd found ghosts here, I'd know also that Mother was out there somewhere.
Yes, but you have to live in the here and now.
Oh, you're lucky, because there's someone here and now, who loves you.
-I know. The here and now.
But we must help those children.
I couldn't save Mother, but there's got to some way we can save them.
Trouble is, it's all over now.
But remember, it happens every night at eight o'clock.
We'll have to come back tomorrow.
Think about this house, Emily.
So we can make it happen?
Let's see, shall we?
CLOCK CHIMES It's going to begin again, isn't it?
It has to. We can't help those children unless we understand.
-I'm so sorry I'm late, Mrs Bruce.
Look, Sarah Jane, you did it!
We can see her now!
See you about half eleven.
The echoes of the future must be getting stronger.
Hello? Can you hear me?
I've got to get back to the church. I need that hammer.
Why's it so important?
Anyway, you can get it when the Home Guard nobble the Jerries.
Good golly, young man! Look where you're going.
-Well, am I glad to see you, Miss.
-Three Germans! At the church!
Miss Wyckham, our teacher. They held us hostage but we escaped.
We have to inform the Home Guard.
They've been captured too, and the whole of Little Malding!
Really? Everyone in the village? How many Germans are there, then?
Dozens! The place is surrounded, but I managed to slip through.
-We can't go anywhere near the village.
-Then what now?
-We must all go back to St Michael's.
We're the only ones who can stop the Nazis now and their radio thingy.
-But they're all armed, remember?
and so are we.
PLANE FLIES OVERHEAD
I am afraid of what the morning may bring.
I fear I do not have long for this world.
Forgive me, but I feel so alone.
You're not alone, Lady Jane, remember.
You have me.
Has Lady Matilda been secured?
Yes, Jane, but so have we.
The palace is surrounded by Mary's guards.
Then I was right, the end is not far off.
This is so unfair!
Can't we tell them, tell Mary that you were used?
You didn't want to be Queen!
I fear Mary still sees Jane as a threat.
If she is to restore the Catholic faith,
she will not want Jane fuelling the Protestant cause.
You may go now and try to get to safety.
Somehow I knew,
when Father brought me here to be crowned that I would not leave.
This castle was my palace,
but now it is my prison.
As I am no longer Queen, you may return home, if you wish.
You're right, I could go home so easily.
I'm not going to. Not yet. Not while you still need a friend.
NO! She must not delay!
The Sands of Time have run out, Captain!
They have failed in their missions!
All is lost!
But the Time Window should have closed!
The Chronosteen must be holding it open!
And unless it is found,
the whole planet will be sucked in and destroyed!
Come on, Sarah Jane!
Yes, but I can't come out, Joe, not tonight, it's impossible.
You know I've got to look after Ben and Katy.
Yeah, I know but...
Yeah, all right, just chill out.
OK, I'll slip out. Where shall we meet you?
She must be the babysitter. And not a very trustworthy one it seems.
So she's from the future?
Goodness. She's got funny clothes, just like you.
And what's that she's talking into?
It's a mobile telephone.
I knew Mr Bell's invention would catch on.
But a wireless telephone?
The future must be very exciting.
No, those two will be fine. I've locked their bedroom door.
Keep 'em out of trouble.
Anyway, they'll be asleep soon.
You two! Go to sleep!
-It's still not here.
-What's not here?
This object I'm looking for.
-There's still upstairs.
-Then it's got to be there,
otherwise Earth's future is in serious trouble.
Listen to me.
When the Jerries have their backs to the door, give me a signal,
I'll burst in, you two bring up the rear. Understood?
Good luck, Miss.
This is our chance.
Right you lot, put your hands up!
Good going, Miss.
-What a star!
The star of the Fuhrer's conquering army.
Welcome back, schwein!
I was sent here, on a mission.
On a mission to save me?
I only wish...
that I could really save you,
from what's to come. But I can't, can I?
We each have a path that we must tread,
and this is mine.
All I hope is that I will be remembered even though
I was Queen just nine days.
Of course you're remembered.
I mean, will be remembered.
For hundreds of years to come.
You say that with such strange certainty, Lady Rani.
That's cos it's true.
How is it you seem so wise?
Is there something you are not telling me?
-Are you truly of this world?
-Don't be daft,
course I am.
Whoever you are, wherever you are from,
I would not wish to spend these last hours of freedom with anyone else.
Koenig, what is the matter with you? How could you let them escape?
She was lying about everything, about the village, the Home Guard.
Definitely what that shop bloke's after.
Perhaps I can kill two birds with one stone.
If you're planning another escape, don't bother.
Within the hour the German invasion will be underway.
Invasion? What are you talking about?
I wasn't posted to this dreary village at random.
Little Malding's coastline is dotted with early-warning radar.
They have proved irritatingly successful at alerting the enemy
to our aircraft and ships.
But we can render the entire system useless, with our Sieg Transmitter.
So that thing blocks British radar?
Right now the glorious German fleet is preparing to depart harbours all
along the Dutch and Belgian coast.
Your so-called British Intelligence will not suspect
until it is far too late.
-Clyde and me.
-And what can two schoolboys do?
You'd be surprised.
I've taken on bigger loonies than you lot.
I've fought hideous, bug-eyed monsters.
And defeated them all, with this!
-What is that?
-Oh, this, this is a bomb.
A very small bomb, but powerful enough to blast this entire church!
He's bluffing! It can't be!
Do you really want to take that chance?
-Here you go... catch!
-I've got it!
-It was a trick!
-Give that to me!
-Get back! Or we'll smash it.
People like you disgust me.
You hate and you fear anyone who isn't the same as you.
But we're British and we will fight you every step of the way.
And in the end, though it'll cost lives, lots of lives,
we'll crush you lot.
You don't stand a chance.
But remember, you've lost this battle, and you'll lose the war.
I know... I've seen it.
-Open the door now!
-Make like it's Sunday, Georgie!
BELLS CHIME OUT
It's over, Koenig! Come on!
The children's room. But that door's different.
It's got to be what the shopkeeper was after.
So he must have sent me to the wrong time.
-Maybe you came to meet me.
Well, I'm certainly glad I did.
So that key is in the future?
And the door is still open in our time?
Precisely. Which means...
we can walk straight through it.
-Ben, don't! You mustn't!
-You know what Mum told us.
-Shut up, Katy!
-It's only a candle!
So he starts the fire. And they've been locked in here.
-How can we help them?
-I'm thinking, I'm racking my brain.
-Ben! You'll start a fire.
-I can't stand it!
-They heard me!
They're at a completely different point in time.
-I'm telling Gemma!
-I was thinking about the night Mother died,
and then I felt it, just for a moment.
I'm sure I crossed over into their time.
Your fear, it must be connecting to theirs!
-Ben, it's locked!
-Let me try.
Oh, if you can cross over, you can turn your fear
into a force for good! Come on!
Ben, we're trapped!
Ben, we're trapped!
Concentrate on that terrible night.
It'll save them.
Come on, Emily.
Remember your mum, Emily.
Your fear will connect you.
-We did it! We saved them!
-No, Emily, you saved them.
And your mother would be very, very proud of you.
How do I look?
Most becoming, my lady.
I wish to be prepared.
But promise me you will leave soon. It's too dangerous here.
I said I'd stay by your side,
-and I meant it.
-But they will arrest you too.
Don't worry about me, I can look after myself.
I'm so sorry, Jane. Queen Mary has ordered you be taken to the Keep,
to await trial.
-You must come now.
-Do not fret, Ellen.
I have done my living,
and I am ready for something far more important.
I may go to my death,
but it will not be in vain.
Tell me again that I am not forgotten.
I promise you.
Not by your people, and not by history,
and never by me.
Goodbye, Rani. My friend.
-It is time for me to leave you now.
-And me to leave you.
Lady Rani is not of this world,
but she is no witch, Ellen.
She is an angel.
I have always suspected so.
And as angels speak only the truth,
I know I do not die in vain.
They'll probably be back at the beach by now.
I hope they don't get away after all we've done.
The Home Guard will catch 'em, you can bet your life on that.
You're right, Clyde, what you said to them Jerries.
We will crush 'em. I'm going to join up and help do it myself.
That's not what I meant, George. I don't want you to fight.
It's dangerous out there.
It's my duty, for King and Country.
At least leave it a few years.
1945, to be precise.
Not likely. I'm going to get stuck in, soon as they let me.
Just you wait and see.
Right, you wait for the Home Guard.
Keep the door locked though, in case the Jerries come back.
-And where are you going?
-Back to where I came from, I hope.
London? But what about the bombing?
It's not the London you're thinking of.
Look, I can't explain.
Good luck though, Georgie-boy.
And if you do sign up, please,
Well, stone me!
Come on! Come on!
-Yep, all in one piece.
-Please, let me have the Chronosteen!
-And I'm loving the new look.
-What is happening here?
-And where's Sarah Jane?
-She's still in the past.
And without her the Earth is doomed!
Do you think my father will believe that I've travelled in time?
Not everyone's as open to new ideas as us.
But at least you two you'll be talking, sharing things, and...
not dwelling on what's gone and can't come back.
Yes, it's the here and now that counts, you were right.
Though the future does sound exciting.
The future's got its problems too.
Talking of which. Emily, I need that key.
I'm going back, to my own time. I'm sorry, but this is goodbye.
But I don't want you to go! I want you here! I want to learn more!
You will, all by yourself. Please, let go!
Oh, Sarah Jane, I'm sorry.
Rani, Clyde, you're OK!
Where is the Chronosteen, Miss Smith?
-The key! I need the third object!
-I'm so sorry, but I lost it.
-Send me, I'll get it back!
-The Time Window is too dangerous now.
Only the key can close it. And it must be closed!
There must be something we can do!
It's too late! The Earth is about to be sucked into the Time Vortex!
We've got to stop it!
Are you Sarah Jane Smith?
I've been asked to give you...
this. SARAH JANE GASPS
We did it! The Time Window's shut!
Indeed you did. How marvellous!
Where are you going?
Now, that would be telling.
The Captain's work is done here, which is all you need to know.
I'd love to stay and chat, but, well, duty calls.
'The Captain's work'?
We've been working for a flippin' parrot?
-But who were they anyway?
Uh... I don't think they wanted us to know.
Can't stick these enigmatic types.
Well, I was warned to expect some strange things.
And I must say, Miss Smith, you do not disappoint.
Well, welcome to my world. And thank you, Miss... Morris?
Emily Morris was my grandmother.
Oh, good on Emily. She came through in the end.
When I was a little girl, Granny gave me that key, said she'd
made a terrible mistake by taking it, and told me to bring it to the place
in this article, on this very day.
She said I'd meet a woman called Sarah Jane Smith.
It's been quite a wait.
A lifetime or two, in fact.
-You and your granny have just saved the world.
So, what happened to Emily?
She became a doctor, then founded a hospital for children.
She inspired so many to follow in her footsteps,
including my mother and me.
We loved her very much.
Let's get a cuppa, shall we, Angela?
I want to hear lots more about your grandmother, and you.
-That's a...nice dress.
"Following his triumph as an evacuee in Norfolk, George Woods
"joined the Army, aged just 16, and fought in the Battle of Ardennes.
"But it's for his work in the field of radar development that George,
"now 83, has been honoured this week by Her Majesty the Queen."
"And in the final hours before her execution,
"Lady Jane wrote to her sister, Katherine,
"I am touching my death,
"but rejoice, good sister.
"I shall be delivered of corruption.
"And though I lose my mortal life,
"I am assured that I win immortality."
-What are you doing here?
-Saving the world.
She's exactly like you!
-What's your name?
You used a bio-coolant spray on a
meteor you couldn't have known had fallen to Earth.
Don't think I haven't met amateurs before.
Rani, take that!
Whoa! Get down!
Wait till you see what I've got for you!
THEY READY WEAPONS
I've got us killed.
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Children's drama series from the makers of Doctor Who, following the adventures of investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith, a former companion to the Doctor.
A harmless investigation turns into an epic quest across time and space, as Sarah Jane, Clyde and Rani fight across the centuries to be reunited.