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Audio clip from Sarah Jane Adventures audio book The White Wolf
Stalwart journalist Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) and her trio of intrepid teenage sidekicks defend the Earth against hostile aliens galore, equipped with gumption, sonic lipstick, and a hidden extraterrestrial supercomputer called Mr. Smith. This spinoff from Doctor Who is squarely aimed at a younger audience, with much of the action carried by handsome and cool Clyde (Daniel Anthony), spunky but levelheaded Rani (Anjli Mohindra), and Sarah Jane's adopted son Luke (Tommy Knight), who's a genetically engineered genius. The six two-episode stories in the complete third season feature Sarah Jane becoming possessed by an alien prison escapee, red-eyed teens playing in an empty amusement park, paranormal investigators in a haunted house, the Mona Lisa come to life, and an invasive alien plant, as well as some aliens familiar to Whovians and a visit from the Doctor himself (in the form of the ever-energetic David Tennant). Many of the pleasures of Doctor Who can be found in The Sarah Jane Adventures--goofy humor, goofy aliens, and an enthusiastic optimism about humanity--but the writing is considerably weaker, with clumsy exposition and forced plots (and while Doctor Who certainly has its share of nonsensical talk about dimensions and energy, somehow the techno-babble seems worse in The Sarah Jane Adventures). Despite that, the cast is lively and charming--Sladen has long been one of the most popular of the Doctor's companions--and several episodes have vivid or deliciously creepy images and ideas. An enjoyable series, particularly for younger audiences. --Bret Fetzer
Here we have another great season of Sarah Jane Adventures. Season Three continues the exploits of Sarah Jane and her companions as they attempt to save Earth from the dangers of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. Nathaniel Wallace, Jr.
Enjoyed this one with the rhino police. The parents are a nice change and Gita
is really a character.
Haven't viewed all the dvds, so I can't comment on the overall technical quality- so far so good.
For the content of the shows, that's a matter of personal taste that should... Read more
What happens if you are not a Time Lord but still encounter aliens trying to take over or exploit the world? Well Sarah Jane shows us in this wonderful spin-off from Doctor Who. Read morePublished 19 months ago by A. Kyle
If you want a long series that your kids & grandkids can watch that is clean & wholesome this is it. Sort of Dr. Who for kids. The 11th. Read morePublished 19 months ago by submariner
All of your favorite Dr. Who characters in a land appropriate for younger children. Our favorite, Sarah Jane, with a group of teenagers out to save the world without ever leaving... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Susan Benson
This is a great addition to the Sarah Jane series. Possibly the best yet, it manages to hit both the comedy and dramatic buttons dead on.Published on September 22, 2013 by Cornelius