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Sarah Jane Smith (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (1963)

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"Doctor Who: School Reunion (#2.3)" (2006)
Sarah Jane Smith: The Doctor likes traveling with an entourage. Sometimes they're human, sometimes they're aliens and sometimes they're tin dogs.
Sarah Jane Smith: What about you? Where do you fit in the picture?
Mickey Smith: Me? I'm their man in Havana. I'm their technical support. I'm...
Mickey Smith: Oh my god. I'm the tin dog!

Sarah Jane Smith: You can tell you're getting older, your assistants are getting younger.
Rose Tyler: I'm not his assistant.
Sarah Jane Smith: No?
[to the Doctor]
Sarah Jane Smith: Get you, tiger.

Sarah Jane Smith: I can't believe it's you
[a scream echoes through the building]
Sarah Jane Smith: Okay, now I can.

Sarah Jane Smith: [Sarah Jane and Rose are once again squabbling over the Doctor] I had NO trouble with space-stuff. I've seen things you wouldn't believe!
Rose Tyler: Try me!
Sarah Jane Smith: Mummies!
Rose Tyler: I've met ghosts.
Sarah Jane Smith: Robots, lots of robots!
Rose Tyler: Slitheen, IN Downing Street!
Sarah Jane Smith: Daleks!
Rose Tyler: Met the Emperor.
Sarah Jane Smith: Anti Matter Monsters!
Rose Tyler: Gas Mask Zombies!
Sarah Jane Smith: Real life Dinosaurs!
Rose Tyler: Real life Werewolf!
Rose Tyler: Seriously?

Sarah Jane Smith: I thought you died. I waited for you and you didn't come back and I thought you must have died!
The Doctor: I lived. Everyone else died.
Sarah Jane Smith: What do you mean?
The Doctor: Everyone died, Sarah.

Sarah Jane Smith: [to Rose about the Doctor] Does he still stroke bits of the Tardis?

Sarah Jane Smith: No. The universe has to move forward. Pain and loss, they define us as much as happiness or love. Whether it's a world, or a relationship... Everything has its time. And everything ends.

Rose Tyler: What do I do? Do I stay with him?
Sarah Jane Smith: Yes, some things are worth getting your heart broken for.

Rose Tyler: With you, did he do that thing where he'd explain something at like, 90 miles an hour, and you'd go "What?", and he'd look at you like you've just dribbled on your shirt?
Sarah Jane Smith: All the time!
Sarah Jane Smith: Does he still stroke bits of the TARDIS?
Rose Tyler: [giggling] Yes, he does! I'm like "do you two want to be alone"?
Rose Tyler, Sarah Jane Smith: [both crack up laughing]
The Doctor: [walks into the lab] How's it going?
Rose Tyler, Sarah Jane Smith: [burst out hysterically laughing]
The Doctor: What? Listen, I need to figure out what's programmed inside these?
Rose Tyler, Sarah Jane Smith: [still laughing, Rose points at him]
The Doctor: What?
The Doctor: Stop it!

"Doctor Who: The Stolen Earth (#4.12)" (2008)
Harriet Jones: Torchwood, this is Sarah Jane Smith.
Captain Jack Harkness: I've been following your work. Nice job with the Slitheen.
Sarah Jane Smith: Yeah, well I've been staying away for you lot. Too many guns.
[nods towards Luke]
Captain Jack Harkness: All the same, might I say looking good ma'am?
Sarah Jane Smith: Really? Ooh!
Harriet Jones: Not now, Captain.

Davros: [about the Doctor] Your voice is different, and yet its arrogance is unchanged.
Sarah Jane Smith: No, but he's dead...
[Davros reveals himself]
Davros: Welcome to my new empire, Doctor.

Sarah Jane Smith: But it wasn't night! It was eight o'clock in the morning! Mr. Smith, I need you!
[the super computer opens with the typical loud fanfare]
Sarah Jane Smith: I *wish* you'd stop getting that fanfare, just tell me what happened!

Sarah Jane Smith: I'm sorry! I'm sorry!
Dalek: Daleks do not accept apologies!

Mr Smith: I'm receiving a communication from the Earth-bound ships. They have a message for the human race.
Sarah Jane Smith: Put it through. Let's hear it.
[Sarah Jane is visibly shaken]
Dalek: [at Torchwood] EXTERMINATE!
Captain Jack Harkness: No.
Captain Jack Harkness: Oh no!
Gwen Cooper: What is it? Who are they? Do you know them, Jack?
[Jack embraces and kisses Ianto and Gwen on their temples]
Dalek: [at Bannerman Road, Sarah is practically frozen in teary-eyed fear] EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!
Sarah Jane Smith: [whispering] No.
Captain Jack Harkness: There's nothing I can do.
Captain Jack Harkness: I'm sorry; we're dead.
Sarah Jane Smith: [breaking down, hugging Luke] Oh, son, you're so young!
Dalek: [Rose listens at Megabyte City shop] EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor: Part 1 (#4.5)" (2010)
Sarah Jane Smith: It's funny, all this today, 'cause I've been thinking, becau,se The Doctor showed me such a remarkable life and when he went it just took me a long while to get oevr it.
Jo Jones: Mee too. You know, sometimes I think I;'ve never stopped running.
Sarah Jane Smith: And then he came back and I realized the life I wanted was right under my nose all that time.
Jo Jones: Who came back?
[she realizes and is stunned]
Jo Jones: The Doctor?
Sarah Jane Smith: Yeah.
Jo Jones: Recently?
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, about four years ago.
Jo Jones: I... I never saw him again.
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, well, it was just a coincidence the first time... we were both investigating this case...
Jo Jones: [even more stunend at Sarah's revelation] The first time? You mean it was more than once?
Sarah Jane Smith: [pauise, then] Yeah.
Jo Jones: Oh.
[pause, then]
Jo Jones: He must have really liked you.

Jo Jones: If they're lying, that means The Doctor's still alive!
[she and Sarah high-five]
Sarah Jane Smith: Yes!
Clyde Langer: [the Doctor is speaking through him] Of course I'm still alive, Jo! I'd have thought that was obvious! Catch up!

Rani Chandra: [Clyde and The Doctor have swapped body spaces] You bring him back, whoever you are!
Sarah Jane Smith: No, no, no, Rani, don't you see? It's you, isn't it? Oh, you've done it again!
The Doctor: Hallo, Sarah Jane.
Sarah Jane Smith: Doctor!
Rani Chandra: That's the Doctor?
Jo Jones: What Doctor? *The* Doctor? *My* Doctor?
Sarah Jane Smith: Well, he can change his face.
Jo Jones: I know that, but into a baby's?
The Doctor: Oi! Imagine it from my point of view! Last time I saw you, Jo Grant, you were what? 21,22? It's like someone baked you!

Jo Jones: You know, The Doctor took me to this planet once, called Peladon, and the smell of Lapatcha, well, it reminds me of the Royal Palace.
Sarah Jane Smith: *I* went to Peladon!
Jo Jones: You never did!
Sarah Jane Smith: With the great beast Aggador?
Jo Jones: Same planet!
[the two women embrace]

"Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders: Part Five (#11.25)" (1974)
Sarah Jane Smith: Lupton has gone down to the cellar. Lupton has gone down to the cellar. Lupton has gone down to the cellar. Lupton has gone down. Lupton! Lupton! Lupton! Lupton! Lupton! Lupton! Lupton!

Sarah Jane Smith: Doctor, help me! Come quickly!

Sarah Jane Smith: [seeing the Doctor] Doctor! You're alive! I knew you'd come!
[he is followed by Guards]
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, Doctor!

Sarah Jane Smith: Doctor, Doctor, the crystal!
Doctor Who: Yes, yes, Sarah. All in good time.

"Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars: Part Three (#13.11)" (1975)
Doctor Who: You going to help or you just going to stand there
Doctor Who: admire the scenery?
Sarah Jane Smith: Your shoes need repairing. I actually wasn't admiring the scenery. I was waiting for you to tell me what to do.

Doctor Who: [as they start dismantling Sutekh's deflection barrier device] Deactivating a generator loop without the correct key is like repairing a watch with a hammer and chisel: One false move and you'll never know the time again.
Sarah Jane Smith: Any more comforting thoughts?
Doctor Who: Yes. You must let me know if it starts to get warm.

[searching for explosives in the poacher Clement's shed, Sarah climbs a ladder and discovers it in a box]
Sarah Jane Smith: This looks like it.
[she turns around and tosses it down playfully into the Doctor's hands]
Doctor Who: [catches it with great fear] Ahh!
Sarah Jane Smith: What's the matter? Not enough?
Doctor Who: [softly and measuredly] Sweaty gelignite is highly unstable. One good sneeze could set it off.
[the Doctor, visibly coming down from the adrenaline rush, very carefully sets the box down]
Sarah Jane Smith: [hesitatingly] Sorry.
Doctor Who: No sign of detonators or fuses?
Sarah Jane Smith: [looks] Nope. Nothing. Nothing else. Perhaps he sneezed.
[the Doctor gives Sarah a rueful look]

Doctor Who: [as Sarah finishes up disguising the Doctor as a mummy] Hurry up!
Sarah Jane Smith: I *am* hurrying!
Doctor Who: It doesn't have to be perfect. I shall mingle with the mummies, but I shan't linger.
Sarah Jane Smith: [checks the join between sleeve and hand] Okay, that'll have to do.
Doctor Who: How do I look?
Sarah Jane Smith: It must have been a nasty accident.
Doctor Who: Don't provoke me. Come on.
[as the Doctor turns to the door, Sarah grabs the rifle and ammo]
Doctor Who: And don't forget the rifle.
[Nonplussed, Sarah opens the door for the Doctor-mummy as he is now incapable, and they go out]

"Doctor Who: Robot: Part One (#12.1)" (1974)
[first lines]
[after brief recap of the previous episode's regeneration scene]
Brigadier: [dials operator on telephone] Get me the medical officer.
[the Doctor mumbles something]
Brigadier: Lieutenant Sullivan, emergency. Come to the lab at once, please.
The Doctor: ...human history.
Brigadier: What's he talking about?
Sarah Jane Smith: It's something that happened when we first met.
The Doctor: [sits up rapidly] I tell you, Brigadier, there's nothing to worry about. The brontosaurus is large and placid.
[the Doctor collapses again. Harry Sullivan enters]
Harry: This is the patient, sir?
The Doctor: And stupid.
The Doctor: [sits up again, clutching Sarah] The square on the hypotenuse equals the sum of the square on the other two sides. Why is a mouse when it spins? Never did know the answer to that one.
Sergeant Benton: [entering] Excuse me, sir. The daily reports.
Harry: Take him to the sick bay, I'll make a proper examination there.
Sergeant Benton: What's happening, sir? Who's...
Brigadier: That, Mr. Benton, is the Doctor.
Sergeant Benton: You mean he's done it again? He's changed?
Brigadier: Apparently. Saw it happen this time. Lieutenant Sullivan?
Harry: Yes, sir?
Brigadier: I'm placing the Doctor in your personal charge. He is to have your full attention.
Harry: Right-o, sir.

[last lines]
[Back, alone, in the empty lab where she slipped, Sarah notices a fluid on the floor. She rubs her fingertips in it, then smells them]
Sarah Jane Smith: [to herself] It was oil. I knew it.
[a whirring noise starts up. Sarah looks around to find the Robot walking in]
Robot: Who are you? Why are you here?
[Sarah scrambles up off the floor as the Robot's giant form advances upon her, backing her against the door]

[to Harry Sullivan, who'd been locked in a cabinet by the Doctor]
Brigadier: Well, where is he?
[vworp, vworp]
Brigadier: [recognizing the TARDIS dematerialization] Ah, too late.
Sarah Jane Smith: [to the TARDIS pounding the wood exterior] Ohh, no! No, Doctor, wait! Doctor, listen! Please, it's Sarah! Doctor...
[the TARDIS winds down, the Doctor peeks out]
The Doctor: Hello. Come to see me off, have you? Well, I hate goodbyes. I'll just slip away quietly.
Sarah Jane Smith: No, no, Doctor, you *can't* go!
The Doctor: "Can't"? "*Can't*"? There's no such word as "can't"!
[the Doctor slams the door]
Sarah Jane Smith: [to the Brigadier, heartbroken] Wha...
[the Doctor opens the door, taps Sarah's arm]
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh!
The Doctor: Why not?
Sarah Jane Smith: Well, because you're not... Well, because, um, the Brigadier needs you. Don't you, Brigadier?
Brigadier: [caught not paying attention] What? Oh, yes, of course, depending on you.
The Doctor: What for?
Sarah Jane Smith: There's been this robbery, hasn't there, Brigadier? Some kind of secret weapon.
Brigadier: Ah, yes. Very serious business.
Sarah Jane Smith: I mean, you are still UNIT's scientific adviser. Remember? Well, you can't go rushing off and leave them in the lurch.
The Doctor: Can't I? Goodbye.

Miss Winters: That journalist girl is arriving, the one with a UNIT pass.
[Sarah's car is let through the gate]
Jellicoe: Something of a nuisance at the present moment in time.
Miss Winters: We shall treat Miss Smith exactly like any other visitor.
Jellicoe: I suppose so. I suppose so.
[Sarah walks up and reaches past Miss Winters to shake Jellicoe's hand]
Sarah Jane Smith: Hello. You know, it's awfully good of you to allow this visit, Director.
Miss Winters: I hadn't expected male chauvinist attitudes from you, Miss Smith.
Sarah Jane Smith: I'm sorry?
Miss Winters: I'm the Director, Hilda Winters.
[She shakes Sarah's hand]
Miss Winters: This is Arnold Jellicoe, my assistant.
[Sarah smiles, embarrassed]

"Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars: Part Four (#13.12)" (1975)
[Sutekh telekinetically removes the TARDIS key from around the Doctor's neck and brings it before him]
Sutekh: Scarman!
Marcus Scarman: I hear you, Master.
Sutekh: My enemies have brought the means of my deliverance.
[the time corridor activates and Sutekh sends the TARDIS key through]
Sarah Jane Smith: TARDIS key!
Sutekh: [depositing it into Scarman's hand] This allows you entry into the Time Lord's space machine. Take one servicer and travel to the pyramid of Mars.
The Doctor: He won't find that possible, Sutekh.
Sutekh: [dismissively] Scarman is my puppet. My mind is in his.
The Doctor: The controls of the TARDIS are isomorphic.
Sutekh: One to one. They answer to you alone.
The Doctor: Yes.
Sutekh: Then I was wise to spare you. My mind is in *yours*!
[the Doctor's face goes blank, he rises, and crosses his arms in veneration]
The Doctor: Master.
Sutekh: Scarman.
Marcus Scarman: Master.
Sutekh: I send you the Time Lord. He will control the machine. The human girl will accompany you. If the Time Lord shows the slightest sign of self-will, kill her immediately.
Marcus Scarman: It is understood, Great One.
[Sutekh sends the Doctor to Scarman through the time corridor]

[the Doctor, strangled by a servicer mummy robot, lies on the floor. Sarah listens to his heart, then his other heart. Hearing nothing, she sobs and lays her head on his chest, crying. A hand taps the back of her head twice]
Sarah Jane Smith: [turns about, startled] Agh!
The Doctor: [from the floor] You're soaking my shirt.

The Doctor: It can't have vanished. It's just not visible.
Sarah Jane Smith: Same difference.

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith: Part 1 (#3.5)" (2009)
Luke Smith: Thought you might have gone for the Doctor to give you away.
Sarah Jane Smith: I need somebody reliable, and I'm so very, very glad it's you. Besides, where would I send the invite? Metebelis 3?

Sarah Jane Smith: Men were interested before, but then I'd think, "How can a relationship go anywhere with my bizarre life?"

Luke Smith: You look really happy.
Sarah Jane Smith: But there's still the big problem, isn't there? I can't suddenly spring it all on Peter. "Oh, by the way, I used to go travelling through space and time in a phone box with a Time Lord."
Luke Smith: "My son was created as part of an experiment by the Bane."
Sarah Jane Smith: "I've got a talking computer and a robot dog."
Luke Smith: "Oh, by the way, my lipstick, it's deadly."
Sarah Jane Smith: But I do want you to meet him. Can we just keep all the madness quiet for a bit longer? See how things go.

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: Invasion of the Bane (#1.0)" (2007)
Luke Smith: This place is beautiful.
Sarah Jane Smith: Thank you!
Kelsey: [to Luke, through a magnifying glass] Not so bad yourself, fella.
Luke Smith: What does that mean?
Kelsey: Oh! He's mine!
Luke Smith: Is that good or bad?
Maria Jackson: That's bad. That's very bad.
[Kelsey rolls her eyes]

Sarah Jane Smith: There was a scientific project in Switzerland: they created their own black hole, and if it gets free, the whole earth would be swallowed up. So K9's sealing it off.
K9: Greetings, Mistress.
Maria Jackson: K 9?
Sarah Jane Smith: He's my friend.
Kelsey: K9? As in canine? Ha! That's so lame!
Sarah Jane Smith: He's been in there for a year and a half, now, plugging the distortion. And every so often, he passes my way!
Kelsey: Your best friend is a metal dog with its bum stuck in a black hole?
Sarah Jane Smith: [with quirkiness] I know!

Ms. Wormwood: [looking at control panels] All the humans that don't submit will be reduced to liquid
[noise of engine in background growing louder]
Ms. Wormwood: then bane will drink them and
[turns head to noise now includes music]
Ms. Wormwood: What's that noise?
[bright orange single decker bus crashes through thick concrete wall]
Sarah Jane Smith: [Getting out of bus] Not too late for the party?
Ms. Wormwood: Miss Smith
Sarah Jane Smith: I warned you leave this planet.
Ms. Wormwood: Have you met
[points upward]
Ms. Wormwood: my mother?
[reveals huge monster in ceiling]

"Doctor Who: The Android Invasion: Part Two (#13.14)" (1975)
Sarah Jane Smith: [Disbelievingly, having escaped with the Doctor from Harry trying to kill them] Harry's not a soldier.
Doctor Who: That improves our chances.
Sarah Jane Smith: They're our friends.
Doctor Who: Lead by a dead man. Fascinating.

Doctor Who: I don't think Crayford died in space. When he finally got back here, something returned with him.
Sarah Jane Smith: What?
Doctor Who: Something that's controlling every human being for miles around.

"Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks: Part Six (#12.16)" (1975)
[last lines]
Sarah Jane Smith: You don't seem too disappointed. We've failed. Haven't we?
Doctor Who: Failed? No, not really. You see, I know that although the Daleks will create havoc and destruction for millions of years, I know also that out of their evil must come something good.

[the Doctor is holding the ends of two wires connected to the explosives he has set up in the Dalek incubator room]
Sarah Jane Smith: Well, what are you waiting for?
Doctor Who: Just touch these two strands together and the Daleks are finished. Have I that right?
Sarah Jane Smith: To destroy the Daleks? You can't doubt it.
Doctor Who: Well, I do. You see, some things could be better with the Daleks. Many future worlds will become allies just because of their fear of the Daleks.
Sarah Jane Smith: But it isn't like that.
Doctor Who: But the final responsibility is mine, and mine alone. Listen, if someone who knew the future pointed out a child to you and told you that that child would grow up totally evil, to be a ruthless dictator who would destroy millions of lives, could you then kill that child?
Sarah Jane Smith: We're talking about the Daleks, the most evil creatures ever invented, you must destroy them! You must complete your mission for the Time Lords!
Doctor Who: Do I have the right? Simply touch one wire against the other and that's it. The Daleks cease to exist. Hundreds of millions of people, thousands of generations can live without fear, in peace, and never even know the word Dalek.
Sarah Jane Smith: Then why wait? If it was a disease or some sort of bacteria you were destroying, you wouldn't hesitate.
Doctor Who: But if I kill, wipe out a whole intelligent lifeform, then I become like them. I'd be no better than the Daleks.

"Doctor Who: The Time Warrior: Part Three (#11.3)" (1973)
Sarah: You're serious, aren't you?
The Doctor: About what I do, yes. Not necessarily about the way I do it.

Sarah: How do I know you're telling the truth?
The Doctor: Because I never lie. Well, hardly ever.

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: Day of the Clown: Part 1 (#2.3)" (2008)
Luke Smith: But it might know kids are supposed to like clowns.
Sarah Jane Smith: Personally they always gave me nightmares.
Luke Smith: Coulrophobia, it's the fear of clowns. Johnny Depp has it.
Clyde Langer: What encylopaedia did you find that in?
Luke Smith: Heat.

Clyde Langer: Sarah Jane, look at this. These are the same colors as the clown I saw. Red, yellow and blue.
Sarah Jane Smith: This isn't a clown. This is the Pied Piper. Story goes he rid Hamelin of its plague of rats. Then when the town refused to pay him, he came back and took all their children.
Elijah Spellman: The oldest and most accurate picture of the Pied Piper. The colors of his costume signify he was a traveling entertainer. But, I'm afraid, even clowns have their dark days.
Sarah Jane Smith: And that's exactly the sort of clown I'm interested in, Mr. Spellman. One that makes children disappear.
Clyde Langer: But the Pied Piper is a fairy tale.
Sarah Jane Smith: Myths, legends, fairy tales. Every story has its inspiration, Clyde.

"Doctor Who: The Time Warrior: Part Four (#11.4)" (1974)
[Sarah Jane tries preaching women's rights to a group of kitchen wenches]
Sarah Jane Smith: You're still living in the Middle Ages.
Kitchen Maid: What?
Sarah Jane Smith: Nothing.

[last lines]
Hal: You are truly a great magician, Doctor.
The Doctor: To tell you the truth, Hal, I'm not a magician at all.
Sarah Jane Smith: I'm not so sure about that.
[the Doctor enters the TARDIS, followed by Sarah, and the door closes. Hal is momentarily startled as the TARDIS's engines start up and the blue box magically disappears before his eyes]

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor: Part 2 (#4.6)" (2010)
Jo Jones: [the Doctor, Sarah anmd Jo have arrived on an alien planet] Oh, so many years since I was on another planet!
Sarah Jane Smith: Me too!

Sarah Jane Smith: It's daft, thought, because, well, we were both sayin g that we had this theory that if you ever died, we'd feel it some somehow... we'd just know.
[the Doctor doesn't answer]
Sarah Jane Smith: That's just silly, isn't it?
The Doctor: I don't know... maybe not, 'cause between you and me, if that day ever comes... I think the whole universe might just shiver.

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Mad Woman in the Attic: Part 1 (#3.3)" (2009)
Clyde Langer: Well you are getting old, you know, your memory's going.
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh!
Sarah Jane Smith: Aww, aren't you going to take an old lady's hand? I might fall if you don't.
Clyde Langer: It's alright, I've got my mobile so I can call an ambulance if your head goes.

Sarah Jane Smith: Well you are getting old, you know, your memory's going.
Clyde Langer: Oh!
Clyde Langer: Aww, aren't you going to take an old lady's hand? I might fall if you don't.
Sarah Jane Smith: It's alright, I've got my mobile so I can call an ambulance if your head goes.

"Doctor Who: Death to the Daleks: Part Two (#11.12)" (1974)
[the Doctor and Sarah escape into a tunnel from an assault by the Daleks upon the Exxilons using newly retrofitted ballistic guns]
The Doctor: Stay there.
[the Doctor backtracks to check to see if they're being followed. He returns to Sarah]
The Doctor: The Daleks don't seem to be following us.
Sarah Jane Smith: [gasping, out of breath] Oh, those robot things, are they locals?
The Doctor: Hardly. They're probably the most technically advanced and ruthless life form in the galaxy.
Sarah Jane Smith: But-but if they're robots, how is it their power's not affected? They can't half move.
The Doctor: Because they're only half robot, Sarah. Inside each of those shells is a living, bubbling lump of hate.
Sarah Jane Smith: You mean they've got legs?
The Doctor: No, they move by psychokinetic power.
Sarah Jane Smith: I see.
The Doctor: Do you?
Sarah Jane Smith: No.

[whirring noise]
Sarah Jane Smith: That sounded awfully close.
The Doctor: Yes. Some sort of subterranean wind effect, I should think.
[They take two more steps, then hear the noise again and stop]
Sarah Jane Smith: Who are you kidding?
The Doctor: Myself, chiefly.
Sarah Jane Smith: Hmm?

"Doctor Who: Death to the Daleks: Part One (#11.11)" (1974)
[first lines]
The Doctor: [singing] Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside / I do like to be beside the sea...
[the Doctor continues whistling]
Sarah Jane Smith: Sunglasses, sun lotion, water wings.
The Doctor: Well, you won't need those for a start.
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, we're going swimming, you said...
The Doctor: You can't sink on Florana.
Sarah Jane Smith: I can sink anywhere.
The Doctor: The water's effervescent. The bubbles support you.
Sarah Jane Smith: Like swimming in a glass of bath salts.
The Doctor: All right, but you wait until you've seen Florana. I always come back from Florana feeling a hundred years younger. Ah, the air is like a magic potion.
[controls on the TARDIS have begun flashing]
Sarah Jane Smith: Doctor?
The Doctor: And the beauty of it all is...
Sarah Jane Smith: [pointing at the console lights] Doctor, should that red light be flashing?
[alarm sounding]

[Upon landing the TARDIS has lost all power, including emergency storage cells. The console room is in near total blackness, with only two of the six sections of the console being dimly lit]
The Doctor: Listen.
Sarah Jane Smith: I can't hear anything.
The Doctor: Yes, exactly. Not a click, not a tick. Nothing. The TARDIS is a living thing, with thousands of instruments. Its energy sources never stop.
Sarah Jane Smith: Well, they have now. Everything's completely dead.

"Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders: Part Four (#11.24)" (1974)
Sarah Jane Smith: [seeing the Doctor] Doctor! You're alive! I knew you'd come!
[he is followed by Guards]
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, Doctor!

"Doctor Who: The Android Invasion: Part Three (#13.15)" (1975)
Doctor Who: Once upon a time there were three sisters, and they lived in the bottom of a treacle well. Their names were Olga, Marsha and Irena. Are you listening, Tillie?
Sarah Jane Smith: I'm Sarah. Sarah!
Doctor Who: I feel disorientated.
Sarah Jane Smith: This is the disorientation centre.
Doctor Who: That makes sense.

"Doctor Who: The Ark in Space: Part One (#12.5)" (1975)
Harry Sullivan: She's coming round. Steady, steady on, old girl, steady on.
Sarah Jane Smith: [dazed] Harry?
Harry Sullivan: Yes, I'm here, I'm here.
Sarah Jane Smith: Call me old girl again... and I'll spit in your eye.

"Doctor Who: The Time Warrior: Part One (#11.1)" (1973)
Sarah: [the Doctor has ferreted out Sarah Jane's identity] Are you going to give me away, Doctor?
The Doctor: I don't think so.
Sarah: [suddenly cheering] Why not?
The Doctor: [leans back, tents his fingers] Well, you can make yourself useful. We need someone around here to make the coffee.
Sarah: [incensed] If you think I'm going to spend my time making cups of coffee for you...
[she halts as the Doctor leaps out of his chair. Reubish is scribbling something in chalk on the side of the TARDIS]
The Doctor: Professor! Would you kindly desist? This isn't a blackboard, you know!
[begins to unlock the TARDIS door]
Professor Rubeish: Oh, I do beg your pardon, Doctor. I was just trying to prove...
Sarah: What are you going to do in there?
The Doctor: [opens the TARDIS door] Make *myself* a cup of coffee. Good day to you.

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith: Part 1 (#2.9)" (2008)
Eddie Smith: [shaking hands] Eddie Smith.
Sarah Jane Smith: I'm Victoria Beckham.
Luke Smith: I'm David Beckham.

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Lost Boy: Part 2 (#1.10)" (2007)
Warning: Intruder, perimeter defenses have been armed. Any attempt to escape may result in death. You have been warned
Sarah Jane Smith: Noted.
[points sonic lipstick at laser grid and disarms perimeter defenses]

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: Enemy of the Bane: Part 1 (#2.11)" (2008)
Sarah Jane Smith: If there has been an alien here in the last 24 hours it would have left an energy trace.
[examines reading from watch display]
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh no!
Clyde Langer: Aliens?
Sarah Jane Smith: Yes but the trace is too weak to identify the species.
Luke Smith: [Luke examining counter picks up cheque] It's the Bane.
Clyde Langer: What the shape shifty squiddy things that made you?
Sarah Jane Smith: How could you know that?
Luke Smith: Mrs Wormwood
[Passes Sarah Jane Mrs Wormwood's cheque]

"Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders: Part Three (#11.23)" (1974)
Sarah Jane Smith: Lupton has gone down to the cellar.

"Doctor Who: The Five Doctors (#20.23)" (1983)
[K-9 senses danger]
K-9: And... the Doctor is involved.
Sarah: Now I know you're imagining things.

"Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks: Part Four (#12.14)" (1975)
[Sarah and Harry have been strapped into electronic torture devices. The Doctor is strapped into a chair in front of them]
Davros: Let me tell you what is going to happen. You will answer my questions. You will answer them carefully and precisely. The instruments to which you are wired are particularly sensitive. They will detect instantly any attempt to lie.
Doctor Who: And if I do lie?
Davros: If you lie, your friends will suffer. I can create in their bodies all the torments and agonies ever known.
[Davros gently turns a knob. Sarah and Harry start to convulse in pain]
Sarah Jane Smith: Don't tell him, Doctor!
Davros: Now, you will tell me the reason for every Dalek defeat. With that knowledge, I will programme them. With that knowledge, they will know their errors and how to avoid them. With that knowledge, there shall be no defeats! We will begin.
Doctor Who: Davros, if I tell you what you want to know, I betray millions of people in the future. I can't do that.
Davros: [turning the knob further] But you can! You will tell me! YOU WILL TELL ME! YOU WILL TELL ME!

"Doctor Who: The Ark in Space: Part Two (#12.6)" (1975)
Doctor Who: There's something trapped in the stack, Noah, but at the rate its absorbing energy it won't be trapped for long. The stack must be shut down. Well, if you'd been down there with me, Noah, you...
[Noah fires his ray gun and the Doctor falls. Later, Harry and Sarah Jane find him]
Doctor Who: [suddenly wakes up] -you wouldn't find it so amusing.
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, Doctor!
Doctor Who: Ah, Sarah, you're back. Splendid. Where's Noah? Shot me, did he? Cut off in mid sentence. I might have been saying something important- I *was* saying something important!

"Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius: Part One (#13.17)" (1976)
Solon: Oh. What a magnificent head.
Sarah Jane Smith: What?
Solon: Superb head.
Doctor Who: Well, I'm glad you like it, I have had several. I used to have an old grey model before this. Some people liked it.
Sarah Jane Smith: I did.

"Doctor Who: The Ark in Space: Part Four (#12.8)" (1975)
[Sarah Jane is crawling through a conduit threading an essential power cable behind her, when, while in the last straight shot to the end... ]
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, Doctor, I can't move!
Doctor Who: Of course you can. You've got this far.
Sarah Jane Smith: No, I'm stuck!
Doctor Who: Don't panic, Sarah. Don't panic. Ease round and try again.
Sarah Jane Smith: I'm jammed. I can't move forward or back.
Doctor Who: [suddenly cross] Oh, stop whining, girl! You're useless!
Sarah Jane Smith: [hurt] Oh, Doctor.
Doctor Who: "Oh, Doctor"! Is that all you can say for yourself? Stupid, foolish girl! We should never have relied on you! I knew you'd let us down! That's the trouble with girls like you: you think you're tough, but when you're really up against it, you've no guts at all!
Sarah Jane Smith: [Sarah, infuriated, manages to pull herself forward again]
Doctor Who: Hundreds of lives at stake and you lie there, blubbing!
Sarah Jane Smith: You wait 'til I get out!
[Sarah's hands emerge from the conduit. The Doctor reaches to help her out, but she bats his hands away]
Sarah Jane Smith: I can manage! I don't need your help, thank you!
Doctor Who: [friendly tone] Yes, you do. Yes, you do. Yes you do.
[the Doctor pulls her out of the conduit]
Sarah Jane Smith: Ow.
Doctor Who: Splendid.
Sarah Jane Smith: Go away!
Doctor Who: You've done marvellously, Sarah. I'm very proud of you. I really am very proud of you.
Sarah Jane Smith: [realizing] What? Conned again! You're a brute!
Doctor Who: Me, a brute?
Sarah Jane Smith: Yes.
Doctor Who: Don't be ungrateful. I was only encouraging you. Come on.

"Doctor Who: The Monster of Peladon: Part One (#11.15)" (1974)
Sarah: It's another rotten, gloomy old tunnel!

"Doctor Who: Death to the Daleks: Part Three (#11.13)" (1974)
The Doctor: [of the markings Bellal has made on the wall] You say that markings like these are cut into the walls of the city?
Bellal: Yes, these are as I remember them.
Sarah Jane Smith: I saw them too, Doctor. Do they mean anything to you?
The Doctor: No, not fully. But I do have a rough idea of what they're intended to convey. You see, I've seen them before.
Sarah Jane Smith: Seen them before? Where?
The Doctor: On the walls of a temple in Peru.
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, that's impossible!
The Doctor: Yeah, that's what they said about the Peruvian temple as well. Yes, it's one of Earth's great mysteries, that no primitive man could posibly have built such a structure. Well, now we've solved it.
Sarah Jane Smith: Solved how a temple was built in Peru?
The Doctor: [to Bellal] You say that your ancestors were travelling in space when other worlds were still primitive?
Bellal: Why, that is true.
The Doctor: Then they almost certainly visited Earth and taught the people there how to build.
Bellal: Our city supports itself in two ways: through roots in the ground and from the air.
Sarah Jane Smith: The air?
The Doctor: Yes, they must drain their electrical energy from the atmosphere, probably via that beacon.
Sarah Jane Smith: So that's what put the mockers on the TARDIS?
The Doctor: Well, you seem to have a crude grasp of the general idea, yes.

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: Day of the Clown: Part 2 (#2.4)" (2008)
Rani Chandra: Isn't someone gonna tell me what's going on?
Sarah Jane Smith: Rani, there is a time and a place for an interview and being chased by a clown from outer space is most definitely not it.

"Doctor Who: The Ark in Space: Part Three (#12.7)" (1975)
Doctor Who: Absorbed? "We shall absorb the humans"? Endoparasitism?
Sarah Jane Smith: [to Vira] He talks to himself sometimes because he's the only one who understands what he's talking about.

"Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars: Part Two (#13.10)" (1975)
Doctor Who: They must be building a rocket.
Sarah Jane Smith: Egyptian mummies building rockets? That's crazy.
Doctor Who: They're not mummies. They're service robots.

"Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom: Part Six (#13.26)" (1976)
Sir Colin Thackeray: Well, Doctor, do you think we've heard the last of the Krynoid?
Doctor Who: Sir, Colin, the Intergalactic Floral Society - of which, quite naturally, I'm the president - finds Krynoids a difficult subject to study. Their researchers tend to disappear.
Sarah Jane Smith: Hmm, I can imagine: a case of one veg and no meat.

"Doctor Who: The Monster of Peladon: Part Three (#11.17)" (1974)
Thalira: It would be different if I was a man.But I'm only a girl.
Sarah: Now just a minute. There's nothing "only" about being a girl, Your Majesty.

"Doctor Who: Journey's End (#4.13)" (2008)
Sarah Jane Smith: [to Rose while pushing a malfunctioning Dalek out of the way] Good seeing you again!
Rose Tyler: [helping Sarah Jane push] Yeah, you too!

"Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom: Part Four (#13.24)" (1976)
Doctor Who: Get in there and hide. I'll be as quick as I can.
Sarah Jane Smith: You can't attack all of them single-handed.
Doctor Who: No, no, I've got a pistol.
Sarah Jane Smith: But you'd never use it.
Doctor Who: True, but they don't know that, do they?

"Doctor Who: Revenge of the Cybermen: Part One (#12.17)" (1975)
The Fourth Doctor: Cogito ergo sum.
Sarah Jane Smith: What?
The Fourth Doctor: I think, therefore it missed.

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith: Part 2 (#2.10)" (2008)
Rani Chandra: Sarah Jane.
Sarah Jane Smith: How did you get here?
Rani Chandra: Long story.
Barbara Smith: Why did you call her that?
Rani Chandra: I did it again.
Barbara Smith: Who are you and why did you call her Sarah Jane?

"Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders: Part Six (#11.26)" (1974)
Sarah Jane Smith: Doctor, Doctor, the crystal!
Doctor Who: Yes, yes, Sarah. All in good time.

K-9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend (1981) (TV)
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh Brendan, stop honking!

"The Sarah Jane Adventures: Warriors of Kudlak: Part 1 (#1.5)" (2007)
Mark Grantham: Who are you and what are you doing in my office?
Sarah Jane Smith: Sarah Jane Smith, journalist.
Mark Grantham: Who's she?
Sarah Jane Smith: My work experience girl.
Maria Jackson: It was either this or putting up scaffolding.

"Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars: Part One (#13.9)" (1975)
The Doctor: I'm a Time Lord.
Sarah Jane Smith: Whoa, I KNOW you're a Time Lord.
The Doctor: You don't understand the implications. I'm not a hunan being. I walk in Eternity.

"Doctor Who: Planet of the Spiders: Part Two (#11.22)" (1974)
Sarah Jane Smith: You know, this is barmy. Here we are calmly discussing happiness planets with blue moons, giant spiders, magic crystals as if I was talking about umm pussycats, fish and chips and the Liverpool docks.
Doctor Who: Well, they're just as real.
Sarah Jane Smith: Oh, I know. That's what gets me.

"Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius: Part Four (#13.20)" (1976)
Voice of Morbius: When it is learnt that I, Morbius, have returned from the grave, my followers will rise in their millions.
Doctor Who: You really can't go on calling yourself Morbius. There's very little of Morbius left. Why don't you think of another name? Potpourri would be appropriate.
Sarah Jane Smith: How about Chop Suey?

"Doctor Who: Robot: Part Four (#12.4)" (1975)
Doctor Who: You know, what you need is a change.
Sarah Jane Smith: Hmm.
Doctor Who: How about a little trip in the TARDIS? I'm just off.
Sarah Jane Smith: Wait, you can't just go!
Doctor Who: Why not? It's a free cosmos!
Sarah Jane Smith: The Brigadier!
Doctor Who: The Brigadier? Wants me to address the cabinet? Have lunch at Downing Street, dinner at the Palace, and write seventeen reports in triplicate! Well I won't do it. I won't, I won't, I...
Doctor Who: [pounds his fist on the table] won't!
Sarah Jane Smith: [startled] Ooh!
Doctor Who: Why should I?
Sarah Jane Smith: Doctor, you- you're being childish!
Doctor Who: Well of course I am! There's no point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes.

"Doctor Who: Terror of the Zygons: Part Two (#13.2)" (1975)
[Sarah notices the Brigadier is stirring and alerts the Doctor]
Sarah Jane Smith: Hey, he's coming round.
Doctor Who: Hmm?
[They move to stand over where the Brigadier is getting up off the floor. The Brigadier comes upright face-to-face with the Doctor]
Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart: Ah, Doctor, there you are.
[the Brigadier suddenly looks askance and pensive]
Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart: What was I doing on the floor?
Doctor Who: You've been asleep, Brigadier.
Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart: Asleep? Impossible. I was on duty. There are times, Doctor, when you do talk absolute nonsense. Excuse me.
[the Brigadier walks past between them. The Doctor and Sarah share a chuckle]