Life on Mars: Season 1, Episode 10

Let All the Children Boogie (11 Feb. 2009)

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A rock star claims that one of his groupies was abducted by a UFO in the New Jersey wetlands. Meanwhile, Hunt vows to find out whom Sam had sex with in the precinct.

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Chris' idol, Sebastian Grace, receives numerous death threats, who asks the police for help, which leads to Chris' following him to New Jersey, which ends up in an acid trip for him and leads Sam in believing he may have found a way home. Meanwhile, Hunt's daughter is chasing Sam, who doesn't think it can end any way but badly for him and Annie tries her best to hide her jealousy of the whole situation. Written by Moviedude1

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The title of the episode is the last line of David Bowie's 1972 song "Starman". See more »

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