Sarah Jane and Peter end up in a white room, a void where Peter tells her that he nearly died but the Trickster saved him and struck up a deal if he married Sarah Jane. He had no idea that any harm ...
Removed from the twenty-first century Maria and Sarah Jane find themselves in limbo, where the Trickster tells them that Sarah Jane has been taken there to prevent her from stopping a meteorite hit ...
Before he can die, The Doctor with Jo and Sarah Jane, teleports to the deserted planet. The Doctor swaps places with Clyde, who, with Rani and Santiago, is pursued by the Shansheeths and their ally, ...
The adventures in time and space of the Doctor, a Time Lord who changes appearance and personality by regenerating when near death, and is joined by companions in battles against aliens and other megalomaniacs.
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How do you adjust to life after you've seen all of time and space? Sarah Jane Smith had every adventure possible until she had the one adventure she never dreamed of, she had a family. With her son Luke and her brave teen companions, Sarah Jane and Co save the world when the doctors not around.
Thoroughly entertaining series with great production values
"The Sarah Jane Adventures" continues to display the excellent production values demonstrated in the pilot "Invasion of the Bane". With well-conceived plots, great acting and genuine drama, the series surpassed my expectations.
Elisabeth Sladen remains eternally youthful and is as watchable as ever. She's joined by a solid cast and the whole ensemble makes the series more satisfying that "Torchwood".
"Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?" is the highlight of the first season, superbly directed by Graeme Harper. It's a marvellous tale which paves the way for "Doctor Who"'s "Turn Left" episode.
8 out of 10.
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