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Timestamp: Tenth Doctor Specials and Tenth Doctor Summary

Doctor Who: Tenth Doctor Specials and Tenth Doctor Summary The Tenth Doctor Specials were a great but short run. The grouping ran from December 2008 to January 2010 – effectively, the year of 2009 – and helped to create David Tennant’s farewell tour. It was accompanied by the Doctor Who Prom (which

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Timestamp #209: The End of Time

Doctor Who: The End of Time (Christmas Special, 2009) (New Year Special, 2010) “It is said that in the final days of planet Earth, everyone had bad dreams…” Everyone forgot these terrible dreams, except one man. London is gearing up for Christmas, and Wilfred Mott is no exception. However, when he

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Timestamp #208: Dreamland

Doctor Who: Dreamland (Animated Special, 2009) “Always count your steps, Seruba Velak. You never know when you might need to escape in a box.” One ship is pursued across the sky by two others. In a hail of laser fire, it crashes into the New Mexico desert, outside Roswell, on

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Timestamp: Sarah Jane Adventures Series Three Summary

Sarah Jane Adventures: Series Three Summary Series Three slid down a notch. The series started strong with Prisoner of the Judoon and had a high note with The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, but the rest of the series seemed to hit a middle of the road status quo in

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Timestamp #SJA19: The Gift

Sarah Jane Adventures: The Gift(2 episodes, s03e06, 2009) Eat your vegetables before they eat you. The Bannerman Road Gang chases a disguised Slitheen with a stolen matter compressor into a warehouse. The plan is to compress the planet’s carbon into a giant diamond. When the Slitheen gets away, Sarah Jane

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Timestamp #207: The Waters of Mars

Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars (Autumn Special, 2009) Is there any way to slake your thirst in the dust of the Red Planet? Adelaide Brooke, the commander of Bowie Base One on Mars, tries to call home but loses contact. While her scientific teams have some fun on the

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Timestamp #SJA18: Mona Lisa’s Revenge

Sarah Jane Adventures: Mona Lisa’s Revenge (2 episodes, s03e05, 2009) The art is so lifelike. The Bannerman Road Gang is enjoying a moment in class while Clyde sketches K9. Mr. Chandra comes in with an important announcement, revealing that Clyde has won a chance to see the Mona Lisa at the

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Timestamp #SJA17: The Eternity Trap

Sarah Jane Adventures: The Eternity Trap (2 episodes, s03e04, 2009) Spooky fun. Professor Rivers has returned, this time with the story of a haunted house. In 1665, Ashen Hill Manor was inhabited by magician Erasmus Darkening, who promised to replenish Lord Marchwood’s fortunes through alchemy. Marchwood’s two children, Elizabeth and

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Timestamp #SJA16: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith

Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith (2 episodes, s03e03, 2009)   Till death do they part. Sarah Jane sneaks out of the house for a “traffic report meeting”. It’s the fifth time this month that she’s made an odd excuse like that, so Luke summons the gang

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Timestamp #SJA15: The Mad Woman in the Attic

Sarah Jane Adventures: The Mad Woman in the Attic (2 episodes, s03e02, 2009)   When wishes go haywire. In 2059, the Bannerman Road house is in disrepair. The attic is abandoned, Mr. Smith is broken down, and an old woman lives alone in the attic. A boy named Adam finds

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Timestamp #SJA14: Prisoner of the Judoon

Sarah Jane Adventures: Prisoner of the Judoon (2 episodes, s03e01, 2009)   When law and order collides with body snatching. Sarah Jane Smith provides a brief overview of her past, leading to how her life on Earth is just as exciting as traveling amongst the stars. She travels to Genetec

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Timestamp: Torchwood Series Three Summary

Torchwood: Children of Earth (Series Three) Summary Torchwood‘s third series made us consider darkness in acts of salvation. The world is safe once again, but the prices paid were severe. There’s a certain amount of creepiness in this series of five episodes since the invaders were trying to leverage the

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