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Episode complete credited cast:
Connor Temple (as Andrew-Lee Potts)
Jack Gordon ...
Patrick Romer ...
Jordan Long ...
Jimmy the Barman
Jamie Glover ...
Village Boy
Brad Damon ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Helen Cutter (credit only)
James Lester (credit only)


An odd-looking, wounded dinosaur leaps through an anomaly in a scrapyard, pursued by a medieval knight, who thinks it is a dragon and causes havoc in the high street during a carnival, believing he is in Hell. Whilst Abby patches up the creature's wounds, Sarah steps back in time through the anomaly to discover that the knight is William de Mornay, seeking redemption for his sins by slaying a dragon and on her return persuades him to spare the dinosaur and return home. Connor meanwhile takes drastic action to retrieve Abby's pet Rex, lost in a card game by her stupid brother Jack. Written by don @ minifie-1

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9 May 2009 (UK)  »

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After William de Mornay returns to his own time, Sarah dates the coin he gave her as being " centuries old," which puts his time period in the first decade of the fourteenth century (see Goofs). See more »


There are two problems with the events as depicted, both related to communication. Sir William's speech would have been either an archaic form of Middle English, barely intelligible to modern-day Britons, or he would have been speaking French, which was usual for the English upper classes until the middle to end of the fourteenth century (no kings of England used English as a language of governance from 1066 until 1352 [see Trivia]). Sarah would have had similar difficulty making herself understood to the people of the past. See more »


Knight: I am in hell.
Connor Temple: Technically it's London, but you know, it's an easy mistake to make.
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The Dragon and the "George"
22 January 2010 | by (Calgary AB Canada) – See all my reviews

This is one of the most enjoyable and sensitive episodes of this very spotty series, bedevilled by great ideas, fair to good CGI but odd choices in the major story arcs. If one ignores the overall stories and concentrates only on this episode it must be seen as superb. One's concern is well evoked for both the knight misplaced in time and for the poor "dragon" in a similar fix. The characters show their humanity in regard to both these interlopers as well as their normal ingenuity and praeternatural luck. The man or creature out of its proper place and/or time is certainly not new but the presentation of both and the balance of sympathies is, if not unique, certainly unusual. An episode well worth watching.

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