Saturday, 13 November 2010

SJA: Lost in Time

So there are three pieces of metal needed for something, three 'keys' as they might be terms in a certain context, and they are scattered throughout 'time', and they can be any object and... stop me if you've heard this before...

That said, Rupert Laight merely uses that as an excuse to have three different stories going on, and while those objects do play a part in the events unfolding, it is more about the people the three regulars meet and that interaction on a personal level that really matters in this adventure.

And those stories are interesting. The three main cast all get beats and by the end of the two-parter, you are interested in finding out what happens afterward. Well, except for Jane. Strangely enough, I was more interesting in the fictional people than the actual historical person. Eh, for whatever that says.

I don't really have anything to say about the cast, except if Don Warrington isn't available, Cyril Nri would be an excellent alternative.

A nice character piece, and then next time we get the anti-Sarah Jane.


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