31 December 2014

Quotes from "Robot of Sherwood" (Part 1)

The Doctor: Old-fashioned heroes only exist in old-fashioned storybooks, Clara.
Clara: What about you?
The Doctor: Me?
Clara: Yeah, you. You stop bad things happening every minute of every day. That sounds pretty heroic to me.
The Doctor: Just passing the time.

Robin Hood: Well, don't you know all property is theft to Robin Hood?
The Doctor: You're not serious.
Robin Hood: I am many things but never that. Robin Hood laughs in the face of all.
The Doctor: And do people ever punch you in the face when you do that?
Robin Hood: Not as yet.
The Doctor: Lucky I'm here then, isn't it?

The Doctor: That is not Robin Hood.
Robin Hood: Well, then, who, sir, is about to relieve you of your magic box?
The Doctor: Nobody, sir. Not in this universe or the next.
Robin Hood: Well, then, draw your sword and prove your words.
The Doctor: I have no sword. I don't need a sword. Because I am the Doctor. This is my spoon. En garde! 

Friar Tuck: Whoa! What are you doing?
The Doctor: This isn't a real sandal.
Friar Tuck: Yes it is.
The Doctor: (sniffs it) Oh, yes it is.

Alan-a-Dale: Ow!
The Doctor: Sorry sorry sorry. Blood analysis. Oh. All those diseases. If you were real, you'd be dead in six months.
Alan-a-Dale: I am real.
The Doctor: Bye.

Clara: How can you be so sure he's not the real thing?
The Doctor: Because he can't be.
Clara: When did you stop believing in everything?
The Doctor: When did you start believing in impossible heroes?
Clara: Don't you know?

Clara: What are you up to?
The Doctor: Quickest way to find out anybody's plan. Get yourself captured.

24 December 2014

Quotes from "Into the Dalek"

The Doctor: I've materialized a time capsule exactly around you and saved your life, one second before your ship exploded. But do please keep crying.
Journey Blue: My brother just died.
The Doctor: And his sister didn't, you're very welcome.

(emerging from the TARDIS) 
Journey Blue: But it's smaller on the outside.
The Doctor: Yeah, it's a bit more exciting when you go the other way.

The Doctor: Wow. Moleculer nanoscaler.
Journey Blue: You know what it does, then?
The Doctor: It miniaturizes living matter. What's the medical application, though? Do you use it to shrink the surgeons so they can climb inside the patients:?
Colonel Morgan Blue: Exactly.
The Doctor: Fantastic idea for a movie. Terrible idea for a proctologist.

The Doctor: It's not my fault. I got distracted.
Clara: By what?
The Doctor: You can always find something.

The Doctor: You were smiling at nothing. I would almost say you were in love, but to be honest...
Clara: Honest?
The Doctor: You're not a young woman anymore.
Clara: Yes, I am.
The Doctor: Well, you don't look it.
Clara: I do look it.
The Doctor: Well, that's right, keep your spirits up. Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara. Clara Clara.

The Doctor: What do I pay you? I should give you a raise.
Clara: You're not my boss. You're one of my hobbies.

The Doctor: This is Gun Girl. She got a gun and she's a girl. This is sort of a boss one. The same one as before?
Colonel Morgan Blue: Yes.
The Doctor: I think he's probably her uncle but I may have made that up to pass the time when we're talking. This is Clara, not my assistant. She's, uh, some other word.
Clara: I'm his carer.
The Doctor: Yeah, my carer. She cares so I don't have to.

The Doctor: What are those ones for? I don't need armed babysitters.
Gretchen: We're not babysitters.
Ross: We're here to shoot you dead if you turn out to be a Dalek spy.
The Doctor: Well, that's a relief, I hate babysitters.

Clara: Any remarks about my hips will not be appreciated.
The Doctor: Ah, your hips are fine, you're built like a man.
Clara: Thanks.

The Doctor: Well, you know how I said this is the most dangerous place in the universe? I was wrong. It's way more dangerous than that.

Clara: That's it? Just like that?
The Doctor: An anti-climax once in a while is good for my heart.

The Doctor: All those years ago when I began, I was just running. I called myself the Doctor but it was just a name. Then I went to Skaro and I met your lot. And I understood who I was. The Doctor was not the Daleks.

Clara: How do I look?
The Doctor: Sort of short and roundish, but with a good personality which is the main thing.
Clara: I meant my clothes--I just changed.
The Doctor: Well, good for you, still making an effort.

17 December 2014

Quotes from "Deep Breath" Part 2

Strax: Say "ah."
Clara: Ahhh.
Strax: You didn't move your lips.
Clara: You're looking at my eye.
Strax: Oh. Oh yes, there we are. Easy mistake.

The Doctor: Look at the eyebrows! These are attack eyebrows. You could take bottle tops off with these!
Barney: They are mighty eyebrows indeed, sir.
The Doctor: They're cross. They're crosser than the rest of my face. They're independently cross. They probably want to cede from the rest of my face and take up their own independent state of eyebrows. 

Madame Vastra: Spontaneous combustion.
Jenny: Is that like love at first sight?
Madame Vastra: A little. It is a theory that human beings can with little or no inducement simply explode.
Jenny: You don't need to flirt with me, we're already married.
Madame Vastra: It's scientific nonsense, of course.
Jenny: Marriage?
Madame Vastra: Hush.

Clara: "Egomaniac, needy, game-player"?
The Doctor: This could be a trap.
Clara: That was me?
The Doctor: Never mind that.
Clara: Yes, I am minding that!
The Doctor: Clara.
Clara: You were talking about me?
The Doctor: Clara, what is happening right now in this restaurant to you and me is more important than your egomania.
Clara: Nothing is more important than my egomania!
The Doctor: Right, you actually said that.
Clara: You never mention that again!

The Doctor: Uhh, no sausages. And there's no pictures. Do you have a children's menu? Any specials?
Waiter: Liver.
The Doctor: I don't mind liver.
Waiter: Spleen. Brain stem. Eyes.
Clara: Umm, is there a lot of demand for those?
The Doctor: I don't think that's what on the menu. I think we are on the menu.

The Doctor: Hello, hello, rubbish robots from the dawn of time, thank you for all the gratuitous information. 

The Doctor: This is your power source, feeble thought it is. I can use it to blow this whole room if I see one thing that I don't like. And that includes karaoke and mime, so take no chances.

The Doctor: So tell me, what do you think of the view?
Half-Face Man: It is beautiful.
The Doctor: No, it isn't. It's just far away. Everything looks too small. I prefer it down there. Everything is huge. Everything is so important. Every detail, every moment, every life clung to.

Half-Face Man: I am not dead.
The Doctor: You are a broom. Question--you take a broom, you replace the handle, and then later you replace the brush and you do that over and over again. Is it still the same broom? Answer--no, of course it isn't. But you can still sweep the floor. Which is not strictly relevant, skip that last part.

The Doctor: This... is over. Are you capable of admitting that?
Half-Face Man: Do you have it in you to murder me?
The Doctor: Those people down there, they're never small to me. Don't make assumptions about how far I will go to protect them, because I've already come a very long way. And unlike you, I don't expect to reach the promised land.

Clara: I don't think I know who the Doctor is anymore.
Madame Vastra: It would seem, my dear, you're very wrong about that. Clara... give him hell. He'll always need it.

Clara: You've redecorated.
The Doctor: Yes.
Clara: I don't like it.
The Doctor: I'm not entirely convinced myself. I think there should be more round things on the walls. I used to have a lot of round things, I wonder where I put them.

The Doctor: I'm the Doctor. I've lived for over two thousand years, and not all of them were good. I've made many mistakes, and it's about time that I did something about that.

The Doctor: You can't see me, can you? You--you look at me, you can't see me. Do you have any idea what that's like? I'm not on the phone, I'm right here. Standing in front of you. Please, just... just see me.

The Doctor: I--I don't think that I'm a hugging person now.
Clara: I'm not sure you get a vote.
The Doctor: Whatever you say.

Happy Birthday, Bill!

Happy Birthday, Bill Pullman!

10 December 2014

Quotes from "Deep Breath" Part 1

(as a dinosaur walks through London) 
Inspector Gregson: Madame Vastra, thank God. I'll wager you've not seen anything like this before.
Madame Vastra: Well... not since I was a little girl.

Inspector Gregson: It's just laid an egg.
Madame Vastra: It dropped a blue box marked "Police" out of its mouth. Your grasp of biology troubles me.

Jenny: So it's him, then, the Doctor?
Madame Vastra: A giant dinosaur from the distant past has just vomited a blue box from outer space--this is not a day for jumping to conclusions.

The Doctor: Who invented this room?
Clara: Doctor, please, you have to lie down.
The Doctor: Doesn't make any sense, look, it's only got a bed there. Why is there only a bed in it?
Clara: Because it's a bedroom. It's for sleeping.
The Doctor: Okay, what do you do when you're awake?
Jenny: You leave the room.
The Doctor: So you've got a whole room for not being awake in. But what's the point, you're just missing the room? And don't look in that mirror. It's absolutely furious.

Madame Vastra: I'm having difficulty sleeping.
The Doctor: Oh? Oh, well, I--I wouldn't bother with that. I never bother with sleeping, I just do standy-up catnaps.
Madame Vastra: Oh, really? How interesting. And--and when do you do those?
The Doctor: Well, generally whenever anyone starts talking. I like to skip ahead to my bit, it saves time. 

Madame Vastra: I love monkeys, they're so funny.
Jenny: Oh, I see. So people are monkeys now, are they?
Madame Vastra: No, dear. People are apes. Men are monkeys.

The Doctor: I am alone. The world which shook at my feet, and the trees, and the sky, have gone, and I am alone now. Alone.
Clara: Are you translating?
The Doctor: The wind bites now, and the world is grey, and I am alone here. Can't see me. Doesn't see me. Can't see me.
Clara: Who can't see it? I think all of London can see it.

Strax: May I take your coat?
Clara: Not wearing a coat.
Strax: What's all that?
Clara: Clothes.
Strax: May I take your clothes?
Clara: Probably not.
Strax: Are you wearing a hat?
Clara: It's hair!
Strax: Oh, I think it's a hat, would you like me to check?

Madame Vastra: But he is the Doctor. He has walked this universe for centuries untold. He has seen stars fall to dust. You might as well flirt with a mountain range.

Madame Vastra: Jenny and I are married, yet for appearance's sake, we maintain a pretense, in public, that she is my maid.
Jenny: Doesn't exactly explain why I'm pouring tea in private.
Madame Vastra: Hush now.
Jenny: Good pretense, isn't it?

Clara: The Doctor. What's he doing here?
Madame Vastra: There is trouble. Where else would he be?

The Doctor: No, no, shut up! What do you all have for brains--pudding? Look at you. Why can't I meet a decent species? Planet of the pudding-brains!

Clara: You got the TARDIS, then?
Strax: Military tactics. The Doctor is still missing, but he will always come looking for his box. By bringing it here, he will be lured from the dangers of London to this place of safety, and we will melt him with acid.
Clara: Okay, that last part?
Strax: And we will not melt him with acid. Old habits.

Jenny: Meanwhile, Madam Vastra is slightly occupied by the Conk-Singleton forgery case, and is having the Camberwell child-poisoner for dinner.
Clara: For dinner?
Jenny: After she's finished interrogating him. Probably best to stay out the larder. It'll get a bit noisy in there later.

07 December 2014

03 December 2014

Quotes from "The Man Who Never Was"

Sarah: (On K-9) What's he doing up there?
Luke: He's backing up the Bodleian Library. The whole lot. He wouldn't come back with me.
Mr Smith: Oh, good. Ness me, what a terrible shame.

(Luke returns home and goes to his bedroom but finds it now Sky's Room) 
Luke: Oh. Right, yeah. Not my room any more.

Lionel Carson: I pulled rank. To impress my grandchildren, I think. I've met the great Mister Serf. I leave the technical stuff to you young people. I can't abide computers. Nothing wrong with a typewriter, says I.
Sky: What's a typewriter?
Lionel Carson: Goodness me. Make me feel even more old-fashioned, why don't you?

Mr Smith: (Deceivering a message) Grab Harrison's P E N. Full stop.
Clyde: Never been so glad to see a full stop.

(Sky is typing the words for Serf to say)
Luke: Remember, he's American.
Joseph Serf: Yee-haw! As I woke up, put my grits on the griddle, I thought, gee, what a cotton picking day to launch a new computer.
Luke: What? What? You've been watching Toy Story again.

26 November 2014

Quotes from "The Curse of Clyde Langer"

(School lunch)
Rani: School chips. Best chips in the world.
Sky: The menu said there was toad in the hole. Mister Smith said there are five hundred species of toad. When I asked which one we were having, the dinner lady didn't seem very pleased.

19 November 2014

Quotes from "Sky"

Sarah Jane Smith: (Finding a baby on her doorstep) What the- (Searches around her house for someone before taking the baby inside. To the infant...) Why would anyone leave you on a stranger's doorstep? (The infant starts to cry, causing a power outage in the neighborhood.)

(Sarah Jane and Rani run after a man in the junkyard)
Professor Rivers: Wait for me! I'm in Wellingtons!

Rani Chandra: (On the phone) They're still not answering.
Sarah Jane Smith: Come on! (To Rivers) Thank you, Celeste!
Professor Rivers: My pleasure! Oh, and be careful.
Sarah Jane Smith: Never careful. (Whips out her sonic lipstick) Always prepared!
(Sarah Jane and Rani leave as Professor Rivers take her own lipstick out) 
Professor Rivers: Zap! Zap, zap!

Miss Myers: My name is Miss Myers.
Clyde Langer: That doesn't sound like much of an alien name.
Miss Myers: We don't spell it the same way.

Sarah Jane: After all my adventures, the last thing I expected was a family. And that's been the most amazing adventure of all.

Sarah Jane: Is there anything more beautiful then a star-filled sky? As a child, I would dream of what might be up there, but never imagined that one day I might find out. The fiery rings of Colabria, interstellar lightning across the Vohiden horizon. I've seen the death of worlds and the birth of stars. so many wonderful sights, and things to terrify, even here on Earth, because, although it's easy to forget, we're a part of the universe too, and we're really not alone. Sometimes, the most amazing people and creatures can find their way to Earth, and so can the most terrifying.

Sarah Jane: Old investigative reporter's superstition; Never break in the same way twice.

Sarah Jane: The most wonderful thing about the universe is that there's always something more amazing to come.

Sarah Jane: Of all the terrible things I've seen, I've never known anything as hideous as using a child as a bomb!

Mr Smith: Biologically, Sky appears to be a healthy twelve-year-old child.
Sky: Twelve? Is that a good age?
Rani: Well, until the spots start

12 November 2014

Quotes from "Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith"

Rani: When was the last time you took a holiday? A proper holiday?
Sarah Jane: Oh no, I love my work! I don't need one.
Rani: When was the last time?
Sarah Jane: Look, I can't put a sign on the dark side of the moon: "Ooh no, don't invade this week, 'cause old Smith, she's on her hols"!

Mr Smith: So, I take it the combined effects of myself and K9 were satisfactory?
Sarah Jane: You called him K9.
Mr Smith: He's not so bad after all. I've met worse.
K9: It is an equitable arrangement.
Clyde: Get a room, boys.

Ruby: I need to feed. I can't help the way I am.
Sarah Jane: Yeah, but you didn't have to enjoy it so much.

29 October 2014

Quotes from "Lost in Time"

Rani: What is it we're looking for?
Sarah Jane: Haven't the foggiest, but I'll know when I see it.
Clyde: That's what my mum says when she's dragging me around Primark.

Sarah Jane: The shop's owner, Mr. Smalley, who refused to give his age, said he saw a creature twelve feet tall, with huge fangs and red eyes.
Clyde: What are we up against, the Gruffalo?

Queen Jane: It must be hard for you, being so far from home.
Rani: Especially if you knew how far away home really is.

Clyde: (to the Nazis) People like you disgust me. You hate and you fear anyone who isn't the same as you. But we're British, and we will fight you every step of the way. And in the end, though it'll cost lives, lots of lives, we'll crush you all.

15 October 2014

Quotes from "The Empty Planet"

Haresh: I really loved school.
Rani: Yeah, so much you never left.

Rani: It's so good to see you. I thought I was going mad.
Clyde: If we are, we're both going mad together.

Clyde: I don't like countdowns. There's never anything good at the end of a countdown except... new years, and even that's rubbish! I'm sorry, I'm scared. I make stupid jokes when I'm scared.
Rani: Really? I never noticed...

08 October 2014

Quotes from "Death of the Doctor"

Tia: I'm sorry, but it's my solemn duty to inform you that your friend, the Doctor, is dead.
Clyde: Don't be stupid.
Rani: He can't be.
Tia: Last Sunday, 1700 hours, the body of a Time Lord was returned to the Earth. UNIT scientists have checked the DNA results and it's definitely him. I'm sorry, Miss Smith, for your loss. Sorry for the whole wide world because...he's gone. The Doctor's gone. He's dead.

Rani: Um, so, who else is coming?
Tia: Well, it's all been a bit of a rush. The Brigadier's stranded in Peru and Miss Shaw can't make it back from the moon base until Sunday.
Clyde: You've got a moon base? Oh, man. I am running out of reactions.

Sarah Jane: Doctor?
Rani: That's the Doctor?
Jo: What doctor? The Doctor? My Doctor?
Sarah Jane: Yeah, well, he can change his face.
Jo: Well, I know, but into a baby's?
The Doctor: Oi! Imagine it from my point of view. Last time I saw you, Jo Grant, you were what, 21, 22? It's like someone baked you.

The Doctor: Ah yes, the Claw Shansheeth of the fifteenth Funeral Fleet. I've been looking for you. Have you been telling people I'm dead?
Shansheeth: I apologise. The death notice was released a little too soon. Though I can rectify this... immediately! (blasts the Doctor with red energy) I'm so sorry for your loss, Doctor. Rest in peace!

Rani: Do you think there's lots of Jo Grants out there? You know, like the Doctor's old companions?
Sarah Jane: I do a little research, sometimes.
Clyde: What'd you Google? TARDIS?
Sarah Jane: Hey, it works.

Santiago: It's exactly like you said. You live over there, and you're...
Clyde: Just down there on the left.
Santiago: You save the world, and you just... come home.
Rani: Thing is, maybe you could do with a bit of that. See, we're fighting the Slitheen and the Trickster, and you're fighting oil barons and factories. But at the end of the day, who's waiting for you?
Clyde: I think you should start another protest, mate. Except this time, at your mum and dad. Or they might find that relations with Santiago get decidedly "Chile". (Santiago and Rani laugh) Let's pretend I never said that.
Rani: That was horrific.
Clyde: I'm ashamed of myself.

Jo: So, you've been watching me? All this time?
The Doctor: No. Because you're right. I don't look back. I can't. But the last time I was dying, I looked back on all of you. Every single one. And I was so proud.
Jo: It really is you. Isn't it?
The Doctor: Hello.

(after swapping places with the Doctor a fourth time) 
Clyde: I'm getting space-sick.

The Doctor: I'm travelling with Amy now, and Rory. They got married, so I dropped them off at a honeymoon planet, which isn't what you'd think; It's not a planet for a honeymoon, it's a planet on its honeymoon. Married an asteroid.

Sarah Jane: Echoes of The Doctor, all over the world. With friends like us... He's never going to die, is he?

01 October 2014

Quotes from "The Vault of Secrets"

Rani: Why would aliens keep newspaper clippings about UFOs?
Clyde: ETs with big egos?

Ocean Waters: We're BURPSS.
Sarah Jane: Ooh. Well, better out then in, they say.

Gita: These are my my friends, Ocean and Minty.
Clyde: Sounds like a type of toothpaste.

Androvax: Somewhere there is a new planet for the Veil, a new home. It is the legacy of Androvax: A new beginning, a second genesis. 

(Androvax takes over Sarah Jane's body)
Androvax: Hello again, old friend.

Gita: My dreams are never normally this exciting, except when George Clooney pops round for tea!

24 September 2014

Quotes from "The Nightmare Man"

Slitheen: You think you can stop me with a bucket?
Clyde: A bucket full of vinegar! (throws the vinegar at him) 
Slitheen: Ohhh.... bum! (explodes) 

Clyde: (about Luke) I don't get why he wants to go to Uni anyway. We've got K9 and Mr. Smith. He can learn everything from them.
Rani: He's got to meet new people, do new things. Don't you want to see the world?
Clyde: I've seen it. From space.

Nightmare Man: Children of earth, I demand you sleep. And you dream. And you fear... You will fear me.
Sarah Jane: Come on, come and sit down. And I'll tell you all about my brilliant son.
Nightmare Man: No.
Sarah Jane: His name's Luke Smith. And he's going to live, happily ever after
Nightmare Man: Noooooo!

K9: Goodbye, Mr. Smith.
Mr. Smith: Goodbye, K9.
K9: You were... adequate company.
Mr. Smith: You could always contact me, if you need to.
K9: I knew you would miss me.
Mr. Smith: Goodbye, K9.

K9: (Trying to contact Luke) I regret I have insufficient power.
Mr. Smith: Perhaps I could help. If I were to connect to K9, I could boost his energy levels.
Sarah Jane: What would you ought to need, Mr. Smith? I've stuff here from planets across the universe. Mind control devices, alien implants... Just tell me what you need.
Mr. Smith: ...I need a USB lead, Sarah Jane.

Nightmare Man: (watches Rani sleep) What sweet dreams... soon change that!

Clyde: Wherever you go, whatever you do, don't forget about me. I'm still your best mate, remember?
Luke: Super alien brain, remember? I never forget anything.

17 September 2014

Quotes from "The Gift"

Rani: That Rakweed plant could be really incredible. It could feed thousands!
Clyde: But I bet it'll still taste like salad. Like the world needs more salad.
Rani: Do you know what cynical means?
Clyde: It's what I call being realistic. 

Dave: Sarah Jane Smith. How predictable.
Sarah Jane: I prefer reliable.

Sarah Jane: If the Slitheen are back, it could mean chaos on a global scale.
Luke: What do you think they're after?
Sarah Jane: Same as always, I imagine to convert the Earth into cash.

Clyde: K9, can you link to Mr. Smith?
K9: Possible, if required. However, contact with that computer interferes with this unit's synaptic circuits.
Clyde: You mean he gets on your nerves?
K9: Affirmative

Sarah Jane: You're as bad as the Slitheen.
Tree: Don't insult us! We're much worse!
Leef: They don't have our class, our vision, our good looks!

Rani: You're really gonna go through with it, aren't you? Cheating on the test. You've got no morals, have you?
Clyde: And that's why you love me.
Rani: Dream on, Clyde. Dream on.

10 September 2014

Quotes from "Mona Lisa's Revenge"

Rani: (regarding the Mona Lisa's "theft") There's something freaky about this.
Clyde: Oh, here we go. Just because something shady happens, it doesn't mean there's aliens behind it. When my bike got nicked, do you think it was ET the ASBO, cycling home?

Haresh: Morning, 11-T.
Rani: Someone's in trouble; That's dad's serious face.
Clyde: Yeah, like he's got any other sort!

Sarah Jane: (readies the Sonic Lipstick) Sonic scarlet, my favourite shade.

Mr. Harding: Ever since man first drew on cave walls, all any artist ever wanted to do was to breathe life into what they creation. Can't you appreciate the wonder of what has happened today?
Clyde: Can't you appreciate that she's nuts?
Mona Lisa: Standing right here, boys.

Harding: (regarding The Abomination) The story goes that it was painted by Giuseppe di Cattivo, known in fifteenth century Florence as an artist of nightmares.
Clyde: So he didn't paint fluffy lambs and bunny rabbits, then?

Mr. Harding: I've been a fool.
Mona Lisa: I could have told you that any day!

Sarah Jane: (about the Mona Lisa) A living consciousness, trapped in oil. I almost feel sorry for her.
Rani: Almost?
Sarah Jane: Well, you can go off someone after they've trapped you in a painting.

03 September 2014

Quotes from "The Eternity Trap"

Toby: That's better professor. The camera doesn't do you any favours.
Professor Rivers: I heard that.

Clyde: Hey mum, just bunking down for the night in the old haunted house. We haven't seen any ghosts yet. I reckon they're on skeleton staff. We've already had dinner: We had ghoulash!

Erasmus: I'm Erasmus Darkening, Lord of magic.
Sarah Jane: You really shouldn't believe your own press, you know. Maybe people believed in magic when you were conning Lord Marchwood, that you could make gold from lead but not anymore.

Rani: How do you distract a ghost?
Clyde: You find him a pretty... ghoulfriend?

02 September 2014

Season 8

Hey guys!

Have you seen the first two episodes of season 8?
I've seen them but I didn't have time to write reviews yet. Hopefully I'll manage to write them soon.

So, how do you like Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor?
I think I feel a bit like Clara, that I have to get used to him but I like him a little bit more every time I see him. :)

27 August 2014

Quotes from "The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith"

Registrar: Good afternoon, everyone, I'm the Superintendent Registrar. We are here today to witness the marriage of Sarah Jane Smith and Peter Anthony Dalton. In each other's company they have found happiness, fulfilment and love, and they wish to affirm their relationship with this marriage. Now, I have to ask this question. If any person can show just cause or impediment why they may not be joined together, let them speak now or forever hold their peace.
The Doctor: (Runs in) Stop this wedding now!

Clyde: But where is this? What's happened to the rest of the world?
K-9: Our present location: nowhere, no-when.

The Doctor: (to Luke, Clyde and Rani) Here's the answer to all your questions. Yes, that was the Trickster. Yes, we're trapped. Yes, I'm the only one who can get us out of the trap. Yes, I'm gonna bring Sarah Jane (points at Rani) and your mum and dad and all the others back safe, but I can't do any of it without you.
Clyde: You...need us?
The Doctor: Just like Sarah Jane needs you.
Rani: But my Mum and Dad, where are they?
Luke: Just go along with him running. I saw him save the world.
The Doctor: You helped me save the world, Lukey boy! Right. Come on. We can use the TARDIS. I assume everyone knows what the TARDIS is. Unless you really were not paying attention. And...Allons-y! 

Clyde: We've met the Trickster before, but we've never actually found out who he is.
The Doctor: The Trickster is a creature from beyond the universe. Forever trying to break into our reality, manifest himself. He's one of the Pantheon of Discord.
Clyde: That's a good name for a band.
The Doctor: Actually, not bad. He's in eternal exile. He exists to wreak havoc.

Sarah Jane: Is this the last time I'm ever going to see you?
The Doctor: I don't know. I hope not.
Sarah Jane: Bye Doctor. Until next time.
The Doctor: Don't forget me, Sarah Jane.
Sarah Jane: No-one's ever going to forget you.

(Luke, Rani and Clyde are inside the TARDIS together with Sarah Jane and The Doctor) 
Sarah Jane: You came all that way for me?
The Doctor: You're so important. Not just to me. The Trickster wanted to end your story, but it goes on. The things you've done, Sarah, they're pretty impressive, but, oh, the things you're gonna do.
Luke: The future. How about we could go for a ride?
Clyde: Or back to, to the dinosaurs, yeah?
Rani: Another planet?
Sarah Jane: No way! For one thing, you were grounded by the Judoon, and your parents would never forgive me!

The Doctor: Sarah!
Rani: Sarah Jane. She doesn't like being called Sarah.
The Doctor: She does by me.

The Doctor: (to The Trickster) You look better in black. Or is white the new black?

(the group end up back in the wedding room) 
Rani: How did we end up here again?
Clyde: It's a spatial loop mixed up with a temporal.
Rani: How did you work that one out?
Clyde: Well, we've been doing this for a while now. I have taken notes.

Clyde: I hope you're as good as Sarah Jane says you are.
The Doctor: Well, you know journalists, always exaggerating, but yeah, I'm pretty amazing on a good day.

20 August 2014

Quotes from "The Mad Woman in the Attic"

Clyde: Oh no, I seem to have left a really important book at Rani's house. (Pause) You're not gonna ask what book?
Luke: There isn't one. It's a trick to see if there's a clue over there.
Clyde: Lukey boy, you're learning.

Sarah Jane: I knew I should have brought Luke, he moans less than you.
Clyde: Yeah, I run faster though.

Sarah Jane: I'm sorry.
Rani: What for?
Sarah Jane: Maybe you were right to tell Sam. I spent so many years alone, I still find it difficult to trust people, but you know, they're not all out to get us and sometimes I forget that. Sometimes visitors to this world just need a friend.

K-9: Greetings, Mr Smith
Mr Smith: K-9, it's good to see you, will you be staying here now?
K-9: Affirmative
Mr Smith: (sarcastically) Oh, good.

Clyde: Sarah Jane's got this metal dog and he's trapped in this space void dimension thing stopping Earth being sucked up by a black hole.
Ship: That is rather...improbable.
Clyde: It's brilliant.
Sarah Jane: (on the phone) K-9 I'm in a spaceship under a beach on the south coast.
Sam: Yeah improbable's the word.

Sarah Jane: Mr Smith I need you
Mr Smith: Yes, Sarah Jane?
Sarah Jane: Oh well actually for once it's not you I need, I need K-9
Mr Smith: Your robot dog.
Sarah Jane: That's the one, patch me through Mr Smith.

(facing the mirror)
Rani: I'm going to end up like that, an old woman, alone. I could feel it I was
Old Rani: so lonely. I saw this, I saw this future, my future and I told myself I
Rani: won't let that happen!
Old Rani: Whatever I do I won't become
Rani: like that. I'm not going to be alone.
Old Rani: But it happened.
Adam: How?
Old Rani: Because of what I did.

Happy Birthday, Sylvester!

Happy Birthday, Sylvester McCoy!

13 August 2014

Quotes from "Prisoner of the Judoon"

Sarah Jane: Humans don't matter, under the articles of the Shadow Proclamation we barely exist; too primitive.
Clyde: You know a planet could start to get a complex.

Clyde: So what was that? A meteor or a comet or something really cool, please tell me it was something cool.
Luke: A body entering the Earth's atmosphere generates temperatures in excess of 1600 degrees centigrade. No way was it something cool, Clyde.
Clyde: Yeah, yeah, still got a long way to go with that humour thing, my young padawan.

Tybo: (regarding Androvax) Prisoner was secured. I do not answer to humans.
Sarah Jane: You crashed and let some creature that has already destroyed 12 planets loose on our world. I think you answer to all of us, Captain Tybo.

Rani: Think! What would Luke do?
Clyde: I don't know. I get by on good looks and one liners. I'm not supposed to understand all this techie stuff.
Rani: Yeah, I know you're the cool one but cool isn't much help right now.

(Haresh tries to pick the lock on a door)
Gita: Haresh my love, don't take this the wrong way, but you're more like Jamie Oliver then James Bond.
Haresh: What's that supposed to mean?
Gita: Well, you're more suited to piccalilli then picking locks, aren't you?

06 August 2014

Quotes from "From Raxacoricofallapatorius With Love"

Sarah Jane: You may have the upper hand, but I've still got my Sonic Lipstick.
Ranius Slitheen: Whatever next? The bionic blusher?

Ranius Slitheen: How could you do this to me? You're just a woman and a bunch of kids!
Sarah Jane: Yes, you're right, that's exactly what we are. And we protect this planet from an attic in Ealing! Remember that, on your way out.

Sarah Jane: ...and it's goodnight from him.

03 August 2014

30 July 2014

Quotes from "Enemy of the Bane"

Clyde: That's Mrs Wormwood. I thought you said she was an ugly bug eyed squid thing.
Mrs. Wormwood: Children, they have no respect.

Rani: You mean the government's known about aliens all this time? Ever since Roswell? All they've been doing is lying to us?
Sarah Jane: Hardly since Roswell. Queen Victoria knew about aliens.
Rani: I bet she wasn't amused!
Sarah Jane: No, I don't think she was.

Sarah Jane: Mrs. Wormwood. Still hiding out in factories, I see?
Mrs. Wormwood: Sarah Jane Smith. Still involving children in your dangerous games.

Mrs Wormwood: We Bane have a saying, the sweetest delicacy is the tongue of an enemy that has looked at you and licked his lips
Clyde: I am now officially a vegetarian.

Major Kilburn: With respect, Sir Alistair, UNIT has had to adapt to the challenges of a more hostile Universe.
The Brigadier: In my day we took on Daleks, Cybermen, Autons, Zygons, all manner of space thuggery and it doesn't get more hostile than that.

Gita: Haven't you been in my shop?
Miss Wormwood: No, I despise flowers.

(Luke talks about his dream of Miss Wormwood appearing in his room)
Sarah Jane: It was just a dream.
Luke: But I don't dream. I never have.

Sarah Jane: She thinks kidnapping Luke will stop me coming after her. If she thinks that, then Mrs. Wormwood really doesn't understand motherhood!

Mrs. Wormwood: This is it. The resting place of Horath. The birthplace of a new galactic eon: The age of Wormwood!
Kaagh: And Kaagh.
Mrs. Wormwood: If you really want the empire to sound like a firm of solicitors.

Kaagh: No one comes between a Sontaran warrior and his prize of vengeance.
Mrs Wormwood: Except you're no longer a warrior, are you? "Kaagh the Slayer"? Kaagh the shambles, more like.

Mrs Wormwood: The age of Wormwood approaches.

09 July 2014

Quotes from "The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith"

Clyde: Someone must have grabbed Sarah Jane. We should make a list of all her enemies.
Rani: Good idea. That should only take about fifteen years.

Luke: (to Sarah Jane) I can see this is what old people call 'making your own entertainment'.

Rani: Sarah Jane.
Sarah Jane: How did you get here?
Rani: Long story.
Barbara Smith: Why did you call her that?
Rani: I did it again.
Barbara Smith: Who are you and why did you call her Sarah Jane?

Mrs. King: What on earth was she wearing? Can that really be the fashion in the Punjab?

Mrs. King: (As Rani enters the village hall in modern attire) Oh. Oh my goodness.
Rani: Yes. Hello. Ethnic person in the 50's. Hi. Listen please it's important. 
Eddie Smith: Not another one.
Rani: I'm looking for Sarah Jane Smith.
Eddie Smith: What? (points to baby in pram) But what do you want her for, she's right there.

06 July 2014

Pinky and the Brain

In this cool video by Cassafrass Holmes you can see the Ninth and Eleventh Doctor as Pinky and the Brain.

02 July 2014

Quotes from "The Mark of the Berserker"

Jacob: I think it's evil.

Rani: Dad can we have Chineese?
Rani's dad: I hate Chineese.
Rani: Please dad.
Rani's dad: Ok we'll have Chineese.

Clyde: It's not a sleepover.
Luke: I don't understand.
Clyde: We're not girls. It's not a sleepover, you're just staying the weekend!
Luke: And I'll be sleeping over at yours! Therefore it's a sleepover!
Clyde: I never know if you're being serious or not.

Clyde: If it wasn't for me, all these people, they wouldn't be here! I've saved them loads of times and they don't know!
Paul: OK... is this some sort of trading card thing?
Clyde: Don't you believe me?
Paul: No, no, I'm not saying that. It's just you and this Luke, the two of you, saving the world.
Clyde: You don't know what we've seen! Slitheen, Sontarans, we've stopped them, all of them.
Paul: You and Luke?
Clyde: You don't believe me, do you? Fine, I'll prove it to you!

(Carla throws Clyde an apron and he gets up to go to the kitchen.) 
Luke: You cook?
Clyde: Yeah, it's Mum's new thing.
Luke: (suprised) You cook?
Carla: Oh, my baby boy's a demon in the kitchen.

Rani: (On Alan) Oh. Just one of Luke's geeky mates
Alan: Geeky. Thanks for that Rani!

Clyde: There's a lot of my dad in me, I saw that today. And I think... I think if it wasn't for you lot, I'd be weaker, like him.
Sarah Jane: And I think you underestimate yourself.

Rani: Maria.
Maria: Hi. Rani, yeah? Luke's told me all about you. How are you finding the whole alien thing?
Rani: Yeah, it's cool. Alright, it's more then that. It's... uber-cool!
Maria: Tell me about it.

11 June 2014

Quotes from "Secrets of the Stars"

Martin: Some years ago, you travelled far and wide. And oh, the things you have seen! There was a man, a very special man. No, no, let me think. It wasn't a romance, no, it was something much, much more than that. He taught you so much. There was laughter and adventure, and you prayed that your time with him would never, ever end. But then suddenly he left you. The man was lonely. A scientist? No, a doctor. The Doctor. Am I right?
Sarah Jane: Yes you are, but tell me right now, how do you know that?
Martin: It's all in your stars! And there's Jupiter in your 12th house. You are the keeper of secrets!
Sarah Jane: If you're so clever, tell me about the future.
Martin: If you want, but oh, I'm afraid Saturn is transecting Taurus. You have fought many battles in your life, you're about to fight another, but this time it will be different. This time Sarah Jane, you lose.

Sarah Jane: I can't even have one night out without something weird happening.

Martin Trueman: You really think anything up there has any influence down here?

Rani: Come on, Clyde, everyone checks their stars. I'm Aries, confident, a great leader. What sign are you?
Clyde: Look I'm not getting into this.
Luke: His birthday's June the 5th.
Rani: Right. Gemini. Funny, popular.
Clyde: Oh yeah? There is something in it.
Rani: Lazy, shallow.
Clyde: There you see, it's rubbish.

Mr Smith: Nothing is happening, nothing is happening...
Truman: Welcome to the new world.
Mr Smith: Nothing is happening, nothing is happening...
Clyde: Sarah Jane you must be destroyed.
(Clyde raises his hand it starts to glow) 
Mr Smith: Nothing is happening, nothing is happening...

Clyde: I'm sorry Sarah Jane that you've pushed me to destroy you.
Luke: No Clyde, this is not you.

Clyde: Oh no no no! Trueman's knicked my mobile! I've got no mobile! I'm nobody! I'm no-one! I don't exist! It's a social disaster.

Rani: Have you made an appointment?
Sarah Jane: Oh no, this is going to be an old-fashioned foot-in-the-door job.
Rani: Need another pair of feet?

Martin: How have you done this?
Luke: I wasn't born. I have no birthday.
Clyde: No star sign.
Luke: So astrology doesn't work on me. The circle was like an electrical circuit. I broke it.
Rani: Like you did before, you touched Clyde. It shorted the power!
Martin: What are you?
Sarah Jane: He's my son, and he's the centre of my universe.

Sarah Jane: Clyde, you know me, I am never going to submit. I am going to fight this thing, send it back and if I have to, I'll destroy it.

04 June 2014

Quotes from "The Day of the Clown"

Luke Smith: But it might know kids are supposed to like clowns.
Sarah Jane Smith: Personally they always gave me nightmares.
Luke Smith: Coulrophobia, it's the fear of clowns. Johnny Depp has it.
Clyde Langer: What encylopaedia did you find that in?
Luke Smith: Heat.

Clyde Langer: Sarah Jane, look at this. These are the same colors as the clown I saw. Red, yellow and blue.
Sarah Jane Smith: This isn't a clown. This is the Pied Piper. Story goes he rid Hamelin of its plague of rats. Then when the town refused to pay him, he came back and took all their children.
Elijah Spellman: The oldest and most accurate picture of the Pied Piper. The colors of his costume signify he was a traveling entertainer. But, I'm afraid, even clowns have their dark days.
Sarah Jane Smith: And that's exactly the sort of clown I'm interested in, Mr. Spellman. One that makes children disappear.
Clyde Langer: But the Pied Piper is a fairy tale. Sarah Jane Smith: Myths, legends, fairy tales. Every story has its inspiration, Clyde.

Clyde: Rani, please tell me there's a good reason why our new head just pulled up outside your house, which doesn't involve the word Dad.
Rani: Honestly, he's alright, really. It's just his job.
Clyde: Yeah, that's what they said about Dr. Frankenstein.

Rani: You a bit of a brainbox then, Luke?
Clyde: They haven't got a box big enough.

Rani: I'm looking for Mr. Cunningham's form.
Luke: That's our class.
Rani: Oh, I start today.
Clyde: And you run into me. Now that's what I call a start.
Rani: Yeah, like starting the hundred metres in the Olympics, and tripping over your laces.

Luke: I did not fancy Maria!
Clyde: Boy I taught you well, didn't I? Clyde's cool rule number two: Deny all emotion, especially when involving girls. 

Gita Chandra:(to Sarah Jane) Do you save the world every day, or is it just on Mondays?

Sarah Jane: Clowns make my skin crawl.

Gita: I'm Gita by the way.
Sarah Jane: Sarah Jane.
Gita: Well very pleased to meet you Sarah -
Sarah Jane: - Jane.
Gita: Lovely. Shall I see if we can find some cups?

Luke: This is Clyde. He thinks he's cool. I'm Luke.
Clyde: Who isn't.
Rani: Rani. My family just moved into Bannerman Road.
Luke: Bannerman Road?
Clyde: Of course, where else. Sarah Jane's right. The universe never stops weirding you out.

Rani Chandra: Isn't someone gonna tell me what's going on?
Sarah Jane Smith: Rani, there is a time and a place for an interview and being chased by a clown from outer space is most definitely not it.

Sarah Jane: Come on, Spellman! No more smoke and mirrors. If you're looking at getting fat on my fear, you're looking at a low-cal lunch!

Sarah Jane: Alright Rani, this is what we do, Luke, Clyde and me. When aliens come to Earth, and they do, all the time, if they're friendly, and they need help, we're here to give it.
Clyde: On the other hand, if they're looking for trouble, we give that too.
Sarah Jane: Yeah, well I wouldn't have put it quite like that.
Luke: Yeah, but we have saved the world twelve times now.
Rani: For real?
Sarah Jane: No-one is keeping score!
Clyde: Except for Luke.

Sarah Jane: When it comes to getting a true glimpse of the universe there are two types of people: those who refuse to believe, that would tell themselves anything to deny the evidence of their eyes, and those that embrace the universe and just how special life is. I want it to stay that way by keeping it safe and secret.
Rani: And that's me?
Sarah Jane: That's all of us.

Rani: I thought you were a journalist?
Sarah Jane: I am.
Rani: With alien gizmos in her attic? Who doesn't bat an eyelid at a shape-changing alien clown pied piper thing?
Sarah Jane: That's more of a hobby.

Clyde: Okay, annoying ring tones have their uses, I think we've all learned that today but they're still annoying.
Rani: It's my Mum. What do I tell her?
Sarah Jane: That you're on the way home.
Rani: Oh, what? You just expect me to go home like that.
Luke: Mum, I think you have to tell her everything.
Sarah Jane: No, I told you. Both of you.
Clyde: Please, Sarah Jane, that phone is doing my head in.
Sarah Jane: I'm going to offer you a choice Rani. Cross over the road, go back to your parents and the life you lived here and nothing will have changed or you can come with me. If you do that, nothing will ever be the same again.
Rani: I want to know the truth.
Sarah Jane: Then tell your Mum I'm giving you a little work experience.

Sarah Jane: (while striking with a fire extinguisher) Get away from her. I'm not scared of you.
Odd Bob The Clown: Oh, but you are scared of me, Sarah Jane Smith. Of all the things you have seen. Of all the things in the dark you have fought, it's real in your nightmares. The painted face, the clown!

28 May 2014

Quotes from "The Last Sontaran"

Kaagh: But you interest me, female. You know my kind.
Sarah Jane: Oh, very well, Commander Kaagh. I met your people a long time ago and some time of yet. I can tell you that the Sontaran Empire is going to be around for another 10,000 years. Unfortunately, there will still be no end to your war with the Rutan Host, but knowing Sontarans, that's probably the way you like it, isn't it?

(Sarah Jane finds Luke and Clyde playing a battle game on Mr. Smith) 
Sarah Jane: What's going on?
Luke: It's our history project for the weekend. On Monday, Clyde and I have to demonstrate different battle strategies of Bonaparte and Wellington at Waterloo.
Clyde: I wanted to do the Battle of Hoth but Mrs. Pittman reckons that Star Wars isn't historically accurate or something like that.

Sarah Jane: I've always loved the night sky. As a child, I would lie in bed gazing out of my window and fall asleep counting the stars. Then dream about what might be out there. But I never dreamt that one day I would find out. How could I possibly have imagined everything that I would see? Everything that we would see.
Maria: The Bane, Slitheen, the Gorgon, the Trickster. When I moved into Bannerman Road, I thought creatures like that were just stories. It's amazing, Sarah Jane.
Sarah Jane: And there's still so much more to discover.

Sarah Jane: I thought I told you two to stay out of the woods.
Clyde: I know but did you really think we would?
Sarah Jane: Of course not. That's why I'm so angry with myself.

Clyde: (while walking through a forest) I hate woods. The city is civilization. This is the land that time forgot. 

Mr Smith: If every aerial phenomenon reported as a UFO was in fact an alien spacecraft I assure you Earth would be at the centre of a solar gridlock backing up to the outer rings of Saturn.

Chrissie: (upon overhearing Mr Smith) A roleplaying game?
Alan: It's an internet thing, only some of it's in the real world now we're looking for clues, solving puzzles. 

Alan: Mr Smith...Mr Smith, I need you.

21 May 2014

Quotes from "The Lost Boy"

Alan: This is too much to take in.
Sarah Jane: That's the universe, Alan. Once it's chosen to show you some of its secrets, you can't ever turn your back on it; none of us can.

Sarah Jane: The universe is smiling on us tonight.
Alan: Let's hope it always does.

Sarah Jane: Mr. Smith, are you asking me to go back to Pharos and steal one of those headsets?
Mr Smith: It would be of great assistance.

Chief Inspector: (after reading Sarah Jane's U.N.I.T. dossier) Seems you've got powerful friends, Miss Smith.
Sarah Jane: My friends have nothing to do with it, I've done nothing wrong.
Chief Inspector: I know a cover-up when I smell one.
Sarah Jane: Never-the-less, Chief Inspector, I assume your attitude means I'm free to go?
Chief Inspector: You can go, but don't go near that boy again.

Sarah Jane: Luke is gone. Back to his parents where he belongs, and they are his parents, Mr Smith confirmed it. The Bane kidnapped him, did things to him, I got it wrong. Not for the first time.
Maria: I'm really sorry.
Sarah Jane: No, it's for the best, I'm not cut out for being a parent. Children have no place in my life.
Maria: You don't mean that!
Sarah Jane: I told you when we met my life is dangerous. I can't afford to have other people to worry about, they're a distraction, there can be mistakes. These past few months, I've just been lucky. I can't expect that to hold up forever.
Maria: What are you saying?
Sarah Jane: Go home. You tell your dad he was right, he should put the house on the market, and he and you and Clyde should forget all about me and everything you've seen.
Maria: What, how are we going to do that? What happened to never turning your back on the universe?
Sarah Jane: Sometimes you have to. Sometimes it's the only way to survive.

Luke: You're Slitheen? But... you're skinny!
Heidi Slitheen: This new technology's marvellous. I can eat all I want, and still stay a size eight!

Sarah Jane: I have learned that life on Earth can be an adventure, too. You never know what you might find. In all the universe, I never expected to find a family.

Pharos Institute Security System: Intruder, perimeter defences have been armed. Any attempt to escape may result in death. You have been warned.
Sarah Jane: Noted. (deactivates the system with her Sonic Lipstick)

Alan: (After breaking in to Luke's 'parents' house) House-breaking, great. Maybe your Mother was right about you hanging around with Sarah Jane.
Maria: Just keep quiet Dad, and start looking.
Alan: Alright, what are we looking for?
Maria: Anything that'll tells us who they are or what they've done with Luke and Clyde.
Alan: Who they are, or what they've done with Luke... (he opens a door to find a skinsuit hanging from the back) They've skinned someone, they're cannibals!
Maria: They're not cannibals, they're Slitheen.

Mr Smith: What life do you have, alone in your attic?
Sarah Jane: Alone? You think I'm alone? You think I'm defenceless? Well, meet my dog. K9, protect me!
K9: Affirmative, Mistress!

14 May 2014

Quotes from "Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?"

Luke: So, what is the point of skateboarding?
Clyde: With you, there's always got to be a point. It's skateboarding. It's fun. It just is!

Maria: So, Clyde fights Slitheens and Gorgons, and that's ok with you, but a bit of skateboarding, and woah.
Sarah Jane: I know, oh, shame on me! Well, I've changed since I met you lot, I've gone all Mumsy!
Alan: Change for the better if you don't mind me saying, d'you remember that first day we moved in? Talk about frosty.
Sarah Jane: Oh, I was not!
Maria: (apologetically) Yes, you were.

Andrea: Get out of my house!
Maria: This isn't your house, this is some kind of time gone wrong because in my world, the way things should have been, you died.
Andrea: Get out! Enough of this, I'm phoning your Dad, get out!
Maria: Just to let you know, I'm going to sort things out. I'm going to work out how time got changed, I'm going to find Sarah Jane and then I'm going to bring her back, and nothing is going to stop me!

Alan: Right. Aliens, monsters, supercomputers, is anybody going to tell me what's going on? Hm? Come on, I need some answers. Who's going first?

Andrea: You tricked me. You used a child. And now you're destroying the Earth.
Trickster: Chaos is good.
Andrea: Well, I say no. If there's one thing I can do with my life, I can put a stop to you for good. I've changed my mind. I'm taking the deal back!
Trickster: Then you will die!
Andrea: I've been dead for 40 years. (turns her back on the Trickster) Been a good life. (pause) It's my birthday. (Sarah looks sadly at her) 
Andrea: Goodbye, Sarah Jane. I'm going now. And you're free!

(Chrissie watches as Alan is chased down the stairs followed by the Graske) 
Chrissie: Well that's just ridiculous! (goes back in to join the party)
Chrissie: Oh, I'm telling you, my ex-husband and a dwarf in a suit, now I've seen it all.

The Trickster: I will return when the Earth is no more, and I will explore your potential further; in particular, your memories of this 'Doctor'.
Sarah Jane: You leave him alone!
The Trickster: I can use you to find him. Imagine if The Doctor had never existed? What chaos there would be, across the stars.
Sarah Jane: (hysterically) Don't you dare! Don't you dare! Don't you dare!

Sarah Jane: You'd destroy all life on Earth – you don't even care.
The Trickster: I care about you. You are so wonderful, Sarah Jane Smith. Your life was so important, and I found the right moment to snuff it out, with the help of Andrea Yates.

Sarah Jane: I take it this is your domain. Who are you?
Trickster: Nobody. I am nothing
Sarah Jane: Any chance you could be a bit less cryptic?

07 May 2014

Quotes from "Warriors of Kudlak"

Maria: Come on, I want to get a new bag.
Luke: You've got lots of bags.
Maria: You can never have too many bags!
Luke: Another thing I don't understand.
Maria: Don't worry. You're a guy, you're not meant to.

Mark Grantham: Who are you and what are you doing in my office?
Sarah Jane Smith: Sarah Jane Smith, journalist.
Mark Grantham: Who's she?
Sarah Jane Smith: My work experience girl.
Maria Jackson: It was either this or putting up scaffolding.

Clyde: They have a laser tag world championship?
Mr Grantham: Yeah. That's kinda why I said it.

Sarah Jane: Oh, please don't be offended, but this isn't the first time I've had a gun pointed at me, and guns from other planets… Ooh, afraid I've rather lost count.
Mr Grantham: Will you die happy if I tell you that I'm impressed?
Sarah Jane: I'll die happy when I get Lance Metcalfe and the other twenty-three children you've kidnapped back to their parents safe and well!

Maria: You don't think there's anything weird about Lance disappearing, do you? I mean, you're not doing this story because you think there's aliens involved or anything?
Sarah Jane: I don't see aliens behind every bush, you know, Maria. I'm not a conspiracy theorist!

Luke: Just stay calm.
(Luke sets to work on the lock) 
Clyde: I don't want to freak you out but I'm losing calm as an option here.

30 April 2014

Quotes from "Eye of the Gorgon"

Sister Helena: I'd shut up if I were you, or the Abbess will show you her idea of solving a problem like Maria.

Clyde: Listen Luke, when weirdo nuns turns up on your doorstep asking about freaky glowing alien gizmo's, one thing you never do... is tell them you've got one.

Sarah Jane: So, no obvious reason for the home to be haunted by a nun, then?
Mr. Smith: I assume that by haunting you mean the projection of energies imprinted on psychic assimilating matter?
Sarah Jane: Obviously.
Clyde: Come again?
Sarah Jane: Events get recorded on their surroundings, then under certain circumstances they get played back.

Bea: You're the boy in the window.
Luke: My name's Luke, we were visiting Mrs. Randall. She says this place is haunted by a nun, have you seen her?
Bea: Yes I have, and she's no ghost. There's something different about you, oh don't be afraid it's all right I've seen alie..ahh, unusual people before. Perhaps you can help me.

Maria: She was lucky to have Edgar, wasn't she?
Sarah Jane: I suppose she was.
Maria: Don't you ever wish you had found someone special to share it all with?
Sarah Jane: Oh, I think I have. For the second time.

Sister Helena: We will be at peace everlasting! And you shall be our Queen. To receive the Gorgon, do not look into its eyes, Miss Smith. To do so will turn you to stone.
Sarah Jane: I'd rather be a lump of granite than bow down to that thing!

Alan: Pity really. I think I'd look good as one of those Greek statues. (He posses like The Thinker)
Maria: I prefer you the way you are.

Luke: (after surveying a garden of statues) It's killed all these people and put them on show like trophies.
Clyde: Or a warning, and I'm taking it. Let's get out of here.

23 April 2014

Quotes from "Revenge of the Slitheen"

Blakeman: You're afraid. A Slitheen girl your age would do it. Wouldn't think twice. But all the fight's gone out of you. You just stand there shaking in your shoes. That's why we survive. That's why you're losers. All of you on this rubbish planet. That's why we win! (Maria throws vinegar over him)
Blakeman: (He groans) Oops! (He explodes covering Clyde and Maria in green goo) 
Clyde Langer: Oh great!
Maria Jackson: I did it I exploded the headmaster.

Luke: Sarah Jane I've done something really stupid. A really bad social mistake. I told the Slitheen how to destroy the world.