Archive for the Martha Jones Category

Blink – Episode Guide

Posted in 10th Doctor, David Tennant, DVD Release, Episode Guides, Freema Agyeman, iTunes, Martha Jones, New Series, New Series Season 3 with tags , , , , , on March 31, 2009 by Mr M

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On a dark wet night Sally Sparrow sneaks into an old abandoned house. Making her way through the dark and decaying corridors she takes pictures of the ruined interior. Arriving in one empty room she finds some writing behind a peeling piece of newspaper.

Pulling the paper from the wall she finds more words written on the walls, including her own name. The message tells her to duck and sure enough, seconds later, a rock is thrown through the window toward her head. She avoids being hit but finds the only thing outside is a statue of a crying angel.

She looks back at the wall and peels away more paper, revealing the name of the message writer…the Doctor (1969).

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Utopia – Episode Guide

Posted in 10th Doctor, Captain Jack Harkness, David Tennant, DVD Release, Episode Guides, Freema Agyeman, iTunes, Martha Jones, New Series, New Series Season 3, Other Time Lords, The Master with tags , , , , , , , on March 31, 2009 by Mr M

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The TARDIS lands in present day Cardiff, where the Doctor explains to Martha that the ship needs to refuel using a rift in time and space that runs over the city. Noting that the rift has become active recently he glances at the scanner to find Captain Jack running toward the ship.

He hurriedly moves to take off but Jack manages to grab hold of the ship. Inside the Doctor and Martha are thrown off balance as the ship accelerates to the year 100 trillion, the end of the universe. Outside Jack clings to the ship as it hurtles through the vortex and on a distant planet a group of savages sense an oncoming presence

“Humans are coming…”

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The Sound of Drums – Episode Guide

Posted in 10th Doctor, David Tennant, DVD Release, Episode Guides, Freema Agyeman, iTunes, Martha Jones, New Series, New Series Season 3, The Master with tags , , , , , , on March 31, 2009 by Mr M

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 Having repaired Jack’s broken Time Vortex Manipulator the Doctor, Martha and Jack return back to Earth in present-day London. Visibly shaken by their ordeal they make their way to a main street whereupon the Doctor insists that they will have arrived in the same time zone as the Master.

Jack notes that the Master will have regenerated and as the Doctor observes a nearby tramp tapping out a rhythmic beat on a mug a giant screen above them reveals Harold Saxon, the newly elected Prime Minister. The Doctor recognises him instantly as the Master and after kissing his wife Saxon addresses the cameras around him, concluding:

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Last of the Timelords – Episode Guide

Posted in 10th Doctor, David Tennant, DVD Release, Episode Guides, iTunes, Martha Jones, New Series, New Series Season 3, The Master with tags , , , , , , , on March 31, 2009 by Mr M

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One year later, the Earth has been labelled as one facing terminal extinction, the planet is closed.

On a beach in England Dr Tom Milligan watches as Martha Jones arrives on a small boat. Running ashore they greet each other, Martha claiming she needs him to take her to Professor Doherty. He agrees and they walk together, Milligan lamenting about the stories he has heard of his new companion.

“Martha Jones, they say, she’s gonna save the world.”

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Doctor Who: The Forgotten: Comic Strip

Posted in 10th Doctor, 1st Doctor, Comic Strip, Martha Jones, Objects of Desire, Toys & Merchandise with tags , , , , , on November 2, 2008 by Mr M

These Doctor Who comics are the first to be written for a US market, and feature the 10th Doctor as played by David Tennant and Martha Jones as played by Freema Agyeman. This is the 2nd story to be oublished by IDWPublications.

Stranded in a strange Museum that’s dedicated to him; and with no TARDIS in sight, The Doctor and Martha must make sense of their surroundings, hindered by one small fact – The Doctor has lost his memories of every one of his previous incarnations! With items relevant to each Doctor in their possession, The Doctor must try to use them to regain his memories before it’s too late, starting with his earliest incarnation’s memories, involving Susan, Barbara and Ian. This all-new series written by Tony Lee

 

The Sontaran Stratagem – Episode Guide

Posted in 10th Doctor, Catherine Tate, David Tennant, Donna Noble, DVD Release, iTunes, Martha Jones, New Series, New Series Season 4, Sontaran with tags , , , , on October 23, 2008 by Mr M

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Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) calls the Doctor (David Tennant) to ask for assistance during an investigation by UNIT. Minutes after the TARDIS materialises in contemporary Britain, Martha authorises the raid of an ATMOS (Atmospheric Omission System) factory. The Doctor introduces his companion Donna Noble (Catherine Tate) to Martha and UNIT; Donna instantly befriends Martha, but is concerned about UNIT’s ethics and asks the Doctor why he is associated with them; the Doctor ambiguously replies he used to work for them in the late twentieth century.

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The Poison Sky – Episode Guide

Posted in 10th Doctor, Donna Noble, DVD Release, iTunes, Martha Jones, New Series, New Series Season 4, Sontaran with tags , , , , on October 23, 2008 by Mr M

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Following from the previous episode, Sylvia Noble (Jacqueline King) manages to free Wilfred Mott (Bernard Cribbins) from the car by smashing the window with an axe. The Doctor (David Tennant) sends Donna Noble (Catherine Tate) back to the TARDIS while he sets off to figure out what the Sontarans are up to. After studying the gas, UNIT determines that it will need to reach 80% density to become lethal. Elsewhere, Martha Jones’s clone (Freema Agyeman) informs the Sontarans of UNIT’s defence systems and helps them to teleport the TARDIS to their orbiting ship. Realising that he is trapped, the Doctor attempts to goad General Staal (Christopher Ryan) into revealing their plan: Staal is smart enough not to fall prey to this ploy, but the Doctor does trick him into moving the TARDIS out of the main war room, placing Donna in a position to help.

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