The Doctor's Companions

Leela K9 Romana1
The Invisible Enemy - Warriors' Gate, The Five Doctors, School Reunion, The Stolen Earth/Journey's End
K9 Mk I: "The Invisible Enemy" - "The Invasion of Time"
K9 Mk II: "The Ribos Operation" - "Warriors' Gate"
K9 Mk III: "K9 and Company", "The Five Doctors", "School Reunion", "The Stolen Earth/Journey's End"
 
K9
K9
(1977 – 1981, 1983, 2006 & 2008)
John Leeson
(voice only)
 John Leeson was born in 1943 and after spending time working in a bookshop and then as a porter at Leicester Royal Infirmary he joined RADA. Work in repertory theatre, pantomimes and television soon followed. His appearances on television included Dads Army and the children's show Rainbow where he played the original "Bungle the Bear" in 1972. He was also involved in the setting of the questions in Mastermind. However, it was his involvement in voice-overs which brought him eventually to Doctor Who. He was cast as the Nucleus and as well as K9 in "The Invisible Enemy" and he was also seen onscreen in "The Power of Kroll". He played K9's voice between 1977 and 1981 (except for Season 17 when he took a break from the part). He even agreed to return in the 1981 spin-off programme K9 and Company: A Girls Best Friend along with Elizabeth Sladen and again in the 20th anniversary special "The Five Doctors" in 1983. Since leaving Doctor Who John Leeson has continued to provide voice-overs for the BBC. He also appeared in the 1988 Reeltime Pictures video production Wartime along with John Levene.
David Brierley
(voice only)
 Born in Yorkshire in 1935 David Brierley has worked in numerous television programmes including Blind Justice, Howard's Way, Tripods, Coronation Street and Juliet Bravo. He played the voice of K9 after John Leeson decided not to continue. However, he only ended up playing the part during season 17 due to other work commitments so creating the opportunity for John Leeson to return for a further season before K9 left the series. He has also been involved in radio and theatre work including The Hound of the Baskerville, Julies Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, and A Midsummer Night's Dream. He can been seen reminiscing, along with John Leeson, about his time as K9 in the 2001 Reeltime Video "K9 Unleashed!".

 K9 was a mobile computer constructed by Professor Marius of the medical Bi-Al Foundation. He was both a database and huge source of information but also had defensive capabilities as he was equipped with a laser in his nose which could be set to stun or kill. Being in the shape of a dog he was very useful in his ability to sneak up unawares on his foe.

 In his first encounter, with the Fourth Doctor and companion Leela, K9 was to prove invaluable in helping to defeat the Swarm that was attacking not only the Bi-Al Foundation but The Doctor's own brain. After this encounter, Professor Marius gave K9 to The Doctor as he was no longer able to keep K9 himself. From the outset it was clear that K9 was a computer with a vast amount of knowledge with an even bigger ego to match.

"He's very useful; he's my own personal data bank. He knows everything that I do, don't you, K9?"
"Affirmative. And more, Master."
(Professor Marius and K9, "The Invisible Enemy")

 

The Invisible Enemy
The Invisible Enemy
 Nevertheless both The Doctor and Leela took an instant liking to K9 and he did not object to the change in ownership in fact he needed no prompting to enter the TARDIS.

 Somehow the addition of a smug computerised dog with a well-developed sense of his own importance seemed to fit in with the already established team. K9 was to prove to be the perfect foil for both The Doctor's knowledge and arrogance, and Leela's primitive intuition. He also provided the necessary element of humour and he served as an extra 'hook' for the audience, aimed mostly at the younger viewers just as Leela was a 'hook' for the older male viewers. And of course with the success of Star Wars the same year cute robots were the in-thing.

 K9 though did have a tendency to break down rather a lot as demonstrated when he became damaged prior to the fight against the Fendhal, thus causing him to remain inside the TARDIS for the duration of that encounter. His absence in a number of stories is blamed on corroded circuitry, and being unsuited to the terrain in which the TARDIS took them to. Despite this he was to prove to be a very useful tool. With his laser gun K9 had a tendency to lead the plot into many a battle scene with many laser shots been fired in all directions.

 Despite being a computer K9 had many human traits and his smugness and tendency to show The Doctor up much to his annoyance. Never liking to be outdone The Doctor, while losing at a game of chess with K9, causes the game to be wrecked when he makes the TARDIS lurch. Leela is also seen to chide The Doctor for calling K9 'him' instead of 'it' something that he had earlier pulled her up on. The Doctor claims that he is allowed to do so as K9 is his dog for which K9 nods in agreement. However, Leela is able to take advantage of The Doctor and K9's love-hate relationship and when in on instance when K9 disagrees with The Doctor's prophecies on the future causing The Doctor to storm off in a huff Leela is seen to kiss K9 on the nose.

The Ribos Operation
The Ribos Operation
 K9's loyalty to The Doctor is in no doubt as demonstrated in the story "The Invasion of Time", where he is seen following The Doctor's orders to put the Transduction Barriers, that protect Gallifrey from invasion, out of action without question thus allowing the Vardans to invade. Of course this turns out to be a ruse so that K9 can be linked to the Matrix so as to determine the Vardans point of origin and so defeat them. While he was more than willing to obey The Doctor, K9 was not incapable of making his own decisions. He displayed this not only when he joined The Doctor, but also during his travels, such as when he left the TARDIS to search for The Doctor and Leela despite being ordered to remain after their arrival on Pluto ("The Sun Makers"). His ability to make independent decisions was also seen when he decided to stay on Gallifrey with Leela who he knew was very fond and devoted to him.

 When Leela elects to stay on Gallifrey with one of the Chancellary guards with whom she has fallen in love with K9 announces that he will remain with her and so The Doctor returns to the TARDIS apparently on his own and unaffected by this double loss. However, it soon becomes obvious that The Doctor had been secretly working on an improved model when he is seen dragging into the console room a large box with 'K9 Mk II' printed on its side.

The Androids of Tara
The Androids of Tara
 Exactly how The Doctor was able to build K9 Mark II was never explained. It can therefore only be assumed that he was able to obtain a set of blueprints from the first K9's memory banks which allowed him to build K9's duplicate. However, while similar to his predecessor the new version had many enhancements including better mobility and the ability to sense danger and respond to ultrasonic signals. He retained, however, that all-knowing smugness, and with the arrival of Romana this meant a whole new set of challenges for The Doctor who had to prove himself to both of them (Although The Doctor allegedly also had a habit of losing K9; according to Romana mid-way through their search for the Key to Time, with the amount of time he’d spent lost before The Doctor could recover him K9 by now would have to be the single oldest coherent matter in the universe, although she may have been exaggerating out of frustration ("Heart of TARDIS")).

 K9 assisted them both during their search for the Key of Time and it was during this time that all three of them were all trying to outdo each other, and if it meant The Doctor could be proved wrong, then K9 and Romana always joined forces against him, even as their shared loyalty to him was unquestioned. K9 Mk II also had much more involvement than his predecessor, and his abilities were used to the full (A particularly amusing example of this being his ‘duel’ with a robotic parrot belonging to the ruthless Captain in "The Pirate Planet"). He was seen carrying out many varied tasks including tracking, flying aircars as well as fighting, rescuing The Doctor and Romana out of sticky situations and, in the "The Armageddon Factor", he acted as a Trojan Horse for a very small Doctor and Drax.

The Creature from the Pit
The Creature from the Pit
Most of K9's charisma came from his relationship with The Doctor, matching The Doctor’s technical expertise and general knowledge while providing Leela with more relatable explanations and providing Romana with someone else she could talk to. He was perhaps the only one who could undermine The Doctor's 'infallibility' with one smug comment and for an automaton with no capacity for emotional responses, K9 certainly had his fair share of feelings. These ranged from an eager desire to accompany The Doctor and Leela in the exploration of the mysteriously-inhabited Pluto ("The Sun Makers"), regret at his perceived failure to protect The Doctor ("Festival of Death"), calls for assistance after he was left drifting in a lake ("The Androids of Tara"), and even apparent frustration with the TARDIS itself for not being able to speak ("The Invasion of Time"). This is what gave him his personality, and what made him a likeable character and a huge success.

Although his mechanical nature still gave him crucial advantages, such as when he spent two thousand years on the planet Aoris during a war between its past and future - once to disarm a bomb planted in the past to destroy a future military bunker and a second time to essentially inspire a cult that would aid The Doctor and Romana in the future - ("The Paradox Planet/Legacy of Death"), K9 was subject to various power depletions and disorders. One unusual occasion saw him somehow contract laryngitis ("Destiny of the Daleks"), resulting in his voice changing significantly for a year. These malfunctions included being nearly melted down, his circuits nearly overloading due to exposure to the higher dimensions ("Tomb of Valdemaar"), and being shorted out when he was accidentally immersed in the English Channel ("The Leisure Hive"). A particularly damaging occurrence seemed to be when he was trapped in a dimensional rift and briefly possessed by The Repulsion, a being of pure death that hated all life and sought access to this universe ("Festival of Death"). Shortly after these events, K9s latest repair saw The Doctor note that he would now need to be recharged every two hours, due to a chronic power depletion problem ("Meglos"). K9 became damaged even further when he has his head knocked off by a marauding Marshman ("Full Circle"), and although he rallied in time to lead a resistance against the vampiric Three Who Rule while The Doctor defeated the Great Vampire ("State of Decay"), later damage caused by the Time Winds surrounding the Gateway between E-Space and N-Space prevented him from continuing with The Doctor. K9 therefore elected to stay behind in E-Space with Romana ("Warriors' Gate").

Full Circle
Full Circle
 K9's departure from the television show had many reasons behind it. Mainly it was felt he was being used too often as a rescue device, his function to provide humour was no longer required and with the introduction of Adric the need for a device to explain proceedings was greatly reduced. His departure from the show, however, caused a huge outcry, with many fans venting their fury towards current producer John Nathan-Turner. So much so that in 1981 the BBC agreed to make a Christmas Special. Titled "K9 and Company: A Girls Best Friend" this pilot, of an envisaged series, involved a K9 Mark III being sent to Sarah Jane Smith as a present from The Doctor. The two of them became involved battling black magic and the occult in a small English village. The planned series was never produced past the pilot but it did allow for K9 Mark III to make a brief appearance in Doctor Who proper in the 1983, 20th anniversary story "The Five Doctors", where he attempted to warn Sarah of great danger just before she finds herself transported to the Death Zone on Gallifrey and reunited with the Third Doctor and The Brigadier, along with fellow companions Susan, Tegan Jovanka and Turlough, and the First, Second and Fifth Doctors. He also aided Sarah when investigating the activities of the mysterious Remote (“Interference Book One” and “Interference Book Two”), during which he and Sarah encountered the Eighth Doctor.

The Five Doctors
The Five Doctors
 As later revealed in the novels, K9 Mark II was eventually restored to his original universe when Romana returned to Gallifrey and was elected President of the High Council, subsequently working with Mark I to find information about the missing House of Lungbarrow - The Doctor’s old family home ("Lungbarrow") - as well as aiding Leela, Romana and current companion Charley Pollard when they attempted to rescue The Doctor from Rassilon’s attempts to turn him into a weapon against an ancient race ("Zagreus"), both K9s working with Romana and Leela against the ancient Gallifreyian Imperiatrix known as Pandora, who manifested using the form of Romana’s first incarnation. Although Mark I was destroyed during the Gallifreyian civil war against Pandora, Mark II briefly returned at the conclusion of "The Gallifrey Chronicles", where it was revealed that he was transported into the TARDIS prior to Gallifrey’s destruction with orders to kill The Doctor in an attempt to defeat Grandfather Paradox - The Doctor’s corrupted future incarnation and leader of the attack on Gallifrey - only to be trapped in a distant part of the TARDIS. When The Doctor finally discovered K9, he initially tried to kill The Doctor, but changed his mind when he learned that The Doctor at least partly saved Gallifrey by downloading the Matrix into his subconscious mind (Albeit at the cost of his own memories as he was forced to erase them to create room), K9 noting with satisfaction that ‘The Doctor-Master never loses’. Although The Doctor stated that he had sent K9 to contact the mysterious Madam Xing ("Halflife") at the conclusion of the novel - most likely to seek a means of transferring the dormant Time Lord memories in his mind before restoring his own memories - this K9’s final fate is unknown. The most likely explanation is that, having returned with a means of allowing the Eighth Doctor to remove the Matrix from his mind and restore his own memories, K9 was left with the Eighth Doctor’s current companions Fitz Kreiner and Trix MacMillan - who had decided to leave the TARDIS to start a new life together - as a housewarming present.

School Reunion
School Reunion
 K9 Mark III returned to the television series when he aided Sarah and the Tenth Doctor in defeating the alien goings on in a local school ("School Reunion"). Although he was forced to sacrifice himself to defeat The Krillitane invasion, The Doctor left Sarah with a rebuilt version of K9 that retained the original’s databanks and memories while providing Sarah with various new tools, including a ‘sonic lipstick’, while also possessing such new features as the ability to teleport. Due to copyright debate, K9 Mark IV is generally absent from The Sarah Jane Adventures, his absence being explained by saying that he is operating ‘outside’ of time to negate an artificially created black hole. Despite this, he has returned to aid Sarah on two occasions, helping her to reprogram the renegade ‘Mr Smith’ - an alien computer who had turned against Sarah when his original programming was activated ("The Lost Boy") - and subsequently providing the reprogrammed Mr Smith with the TARDIS base code, allowing Mr Smith to connect the TARDIS to the Cardiff Rift and thus permitting The Doctor to use the Rift to tow Earth back to its proper place in space and time after it was ‘stolen’ by the Daleks ("The Stolen Earth/Journey's End"). K9 eventually returned to Sarah's life full-time when the black hole he was monitoring was drained away to provide power for a crashed space ship ("The Mad Woman in the Attic"), attending Sarah's aborted wedding - during which he was reunited with the Tenth Doctor when aiding The Doctor and Sarah's friends against the Trickster - ("The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith") before he left to accompany Sarah's son Luke when he went to Oxford after taking his exams early ("The Nightmare Man").

Throughout his time with The Doctor, K9 remained irritatingly smug and invariably right. He also left the show at the height of his popularity, and because of this he remains a fond memory.


 
The Sarah Jane Adventures (Invasion of the Bane)
The Sarah Jane Adventures
(Invasion of the Bane)
The Sarah Jane Adventures (The Lost Boy)
The Sarah Jane Adventures
(The Lost Boy)
The Sarah Jane Adventures (Mona Lisa's Revenge)
The Sarah Jane Adventures
(Mona Lisa's Revenge)
The Sarah Jane Adventures (The Nightmare Man)
The Sarah Jane Adventures
(The Nightmare Man)
 
Memorable Moment
 
Television Stories
Format Story Doctor Fellow Companions Season Episodes
Television The Invisible Enemy The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 4
Television Image of the Fendahl The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 4
Television The Sun Makers The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 4
Television Underworld The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 4
Television The Invasion of Time The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 6
Television The Ribos Operation The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 4
Television The Pirate Planet The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 4
Television The Stones of Blood The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 4
Television The Androids of Tara The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 4
Television The Power of Kroll The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 4
Television The Armageddon Factor The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 6
Television Destiny of the Daleks The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 4
Television City of Death The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 4
Television The Creature from the Pit The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 4
Television Nightmare of Eden The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 4
Television The Horns of Nimon The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 4
Television Shada (Not Televised) The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 6
Television The Leisure Hive The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 18 4
Television Meglos The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 18 4
Television Full Circle The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana and Adric Season 18 4
Television State of Decay The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana and Adric Season 18 4
Television Warriors' Gate The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana and Adric Season 18 4
Television The Five Doctors 1st - 5th Doctors Various Season 20 1
Television School Reunion The 10th Doctor Sarah Jane Smith, Rose Tyler and Mickey Smith Season 28 (New Series 2) 1
Television The Stolen Earth/Journey's End The 10th Doctor Rose Tyler, Jackie Tyler, Captain Jack Harkness, Mickey Smith, Sarah Jane Smith, Donna Noble, Martha Jones and Wilfred Mott Season 30 (New Series 4) 2
Total Stories:   25 Total Episodes:   98
Other Stories
Format Story Doctor Fellow Companions Season Source
Book The Crimson Dawn The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 Decalog 2 - Lost Property
Book The Dogs of War The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio The Time Vampire   Leela Season 15 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Exxilons The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Requiem for the Rocket Men The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Death Match The 4th Doctor Leela Season 15 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book Those Left Behind The 4th Doctor   Season 15 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Timevault The 4th Doctor   Season 15 Decalog 3: Consequences
Book Time Shear The 4th Doctor   Season 15 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book The Fear The 4th Doctor   Season 15 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book The Shadow of Weng-Chiang The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 The Missing Adventures
Book Good Queen, Bad Queen, I Queen, You Queen
The 4th Doctor
1st Romana Season 16 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Lust: Suitors, Inc. The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio The Sands of Life The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio Phantoms of the Deep The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Dalek Contract The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Audio The Final Phase The 4th Doctor 1st Romana Season 16 The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book Life from Lifelessness The 1st Doctor & The 4th Doctor Susan and 1st Romana Season 16 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book All Snug in Their Beds
The 4th Doctor
2nd Romana Season 17 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book The Romance of Crime The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 The Missing Adventures
Book The English Way of Death The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 The Missing Adventures
Book Return of the Spiders The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 More Short Trips
Book Special Occasions: 1. The Not-So-Sinister Sponge   2nd Romana Season 17 Short Trips and Side Steps
Book The Little Things The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book The Clanging Chimes of Doom
The 4th Doctor
2nd Romana Season 17 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Present Tense
The 4th Doctor
2nd Romana Season 17 The Big Finish Short Trips
Book The Well-Mannered War The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 The Missing Adventures
Book Festival of Death The 4th Doctor 2nd Romana Season 17 The Past Doctors Stories
Book The Eight Doctors of Christmas
The 1st Doctor, The 2nd Doctor, The 3rd Doctor, The 4th Doctor, The 5th Doctor, The 6th Doctor, The 7th Doctor and The 8th Doctor 
Susan, Jamie, Zoe, The Brigadier, Jo Grant, Sarah Jane Smith, Harry Sullivan, Leela, Adric, Nyssa, Tegan Jovanka, Turlough, 2nd Romana, Peri, Dr Grace Holloway and Chang Lee
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The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Storm in a Tikka The 7th Doctor Ace - Short Trips and Side Steps
Book Lungbarrow The 7th Doctor Chris Cwej and Leela - The New Adventures
Book The Time Lord's Story The 8th Doctor 2nd Romana - The Big Finish Short Trips
Audio Zagreus The 8th Doctor The Brigadier, Leela, 2nd Romana and Charley Pollard - The Big Finish Audio Stories
Book The Gallifrey Chronicles The 8th Doctor Fitz Kreiner, Anji Kapoor, Miranda and Trix MacMillan - The Eighth Doctors Stories
Book Scorpio: Jealous, Possessive     - The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Kept Safe and Sound     - The Big Finish Short Trips
Book Housewarming   Sarah Jane Smith and Captain Mike Yates - Decalog 2 - Lost Property
Book Moving On   Sarah Jane Smith - Decalog 3: Consequences
Book The Sow in Rut   Sarah Jane Smith - More Short Trips
Book Balloon Debate
Sarah Jane Smith
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The Big Finish Short Trips
TelevisionBook K9 & Company: A Girls Best Friend   Sarah Jane Smith - BBC Video & Miscellaneous Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Weapon of Choice   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Square One   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: The Inquiry   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: A Blind Eye   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Lies   Leela, 1st Romana and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Spirit   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Insurgency   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Imperiatrix   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Fractures   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Warfare   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Appropriation   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Mindbomb   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Panacea   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Reborn   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Disassembled   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Annihilation   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Forever   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Extermination   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Renaissance   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Audio Gallifrey: Ascension   Leela and 2nd Romana - The Gallifrey Audio Stories
Television Invasion of the Bane   Sarah Jane Smith, Mr Smith, Maria Jackson and Luke Smith - The Sarah Jane Adventures
Television The Lost Boy   Sarah Jane Smith, Mr Smith, Maria Jackson, Luke Smith and Clyde Langer - The Sarah Jane Adventures
Television The Mad Woman in the Attic   Sarah Jane Smith, Mr Smith, Luke Smith, Clyde Langer and Rani Chandra - The Sarah Jane Adventures
Television The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith The 10th Doctor Sarah Jane Smith, Mr Smith, Luke Smith, Clyde Langer and Rani Chandra - The Sarah Jane Adventures
Television Mona Lisa's Revenge   Sarah Jane Smith, Mr Smith, Luke Smith, Clyde Langer and Rani Chandra - The Sarah Jane Adventures
Television The Gift   Sarah Jane Smith, Mr Smith, Luke Smith, Clyde Langer and Rani Chandra - The Sarah Jane Adventures
Television The Nightmare Man   Sarah Jane Smith, Mr Smith, Luke Smith, Clyde Langer and Rani Chandra - The Sarah Jane Adventures
Television Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith   Sarah Jane Smith, Mr Smith, Luke Smith, Clyde Langer and Rani Chandra - The Sarah Jane Adventures
Total Stories:   69
 
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