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Timestamp #SJA9: Secrets of the Stars

Sarah Jane Adventures: Secrets of the Stars (2 episodes, s02e03, 2008)   Luke’s horoscope says that he’ll save the world. A woman named Cheryl is paying a regular visit to her astrologer, Martin Trueman, who has a change of heart when he realizes that Cheryl is burning her mortgage money

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Timestamp #SJA8: The Day of the Clown

Sarah Jane Adventures: The Day of the Clown (2 episodes, s02e02, 2008)   Sarah Jane’s worst fear come true? A group of kids is playing football in a field when one of them kicks the ball into the forest. A boy named Tony goes for the ball, but he ends

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Timestamp #SJA7: The Last Sontaran

Sarah Jane Adventures: The Last Sontaran (2 episodes, s02e01, 2008)   Earth’s mightiest potato meets Bannerman Road’s exemplary half-forms. Sarah and Maria gaze at the night sky, talking about their adventures together and everything that lies on the path before them. That next adventure materializes at the Tycho Project’s radio

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Timestamp: Series Four Summary

Doctor Who: Series Four Summary   The Doctor-Donna adventures were molto bene. The story of Donna Noble was an amazing and heartbreaking journey. Her first meeting with the Doctor displayed their beautiful chemistry, and their adventures together this season showed us just how magnificent they were together. Her humanity and

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Timestamp #204: The Stolen Earth and Journey’s End

Doctor Who: The Stolen Earth Doctor Who: Journey’s End (2 episodes, s04e12-e13, 2008)   The return of a long-dead enemy and the rise of a family.   The Stolen Earth The Doctor and Donna race back to Earth to find that everything is fine. It’s a calm Saturday, but the

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Timestamp #203: Turn Left

Doctor Who: Turn Left (1 episode, s04e11, 2008)   What could have been if not for a Noble companion? The Doctor and Donna have stopped in a bustling marketplace on an alien world. While mixing it up with the locals, Donna wanders away to explore and finds herself in the

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Timestamp #202: Midnight

Doctor Who: Midnight (1 episode, s04e10, 2008)   All that glitters is death. It’s time for a vacation. The Doctor wants to visit a sapphire waterfall, but Donna wants nothing more than to lounge poolside with drinks and sunbathing (in X-tonic radiation with is immediately lethal without proper shielding). So,

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Timestamp #201: Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead

Doctor Who: Silence in the Library Doctor Who: Forest of the Dead (2 episodes, s04e08-e09, 2008)   Seriously, though, who turned out the lights?   Silence in the Library We open on a therapy session with a little girl and Doctor Moon. She describes an immense library in her dreams,

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Timestamp #200: The Unicorn and the Wasp

Doctor Who: The Unicorn and the Wasp (1 episode, s04e07, 2008)   The mystery meets the mystery writer. The TARDIS materializes to the scent of mint and lemonade in the air. If the vintage car in the drive is any indication, it’s the 1920s and Donna’s excited to attend a

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Timestamp #199: The Doctor’s Daughter

Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Daughter (1 episode, s04e06, 2008)   It’s time to meet an impossible child. The TARDIS topples wildly through time and space, tossing Martha and Donna about as the hand in a jar bubbles madly. As Donna learns about the hand’s origins and the time capsule comes

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Timestamp #198: The Sontaran Stratagem and The Poison Sky

Doctor Who: The Sontaran Stratagem Doctor Who: The Poison Sky (2 episodes, s04e04-e05, 2008)   The Undefeated meets his match on Earth.   The Sontaran Strategem Reporter Jo Nakashima is physically thrown out of Rattigan Academy by Luke Rattigan and his students. Jo threatens to find someone who will listen

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Timestamp #197: Planet of the Ood

Doctor Who: Planet of the Ood (1 episode, s04e03, 2008)   The revolution is at hand. Mr. Bartle, the executive of an organization that is selling Ood, reviews a commercial for his operation and is then electrocuted by his personal Ood servant Delta Fifty. The Ood’s eyes glow red as

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