A Day Without Sarah Jane SmithThe Sarah Jane Adventures:
A Day without Sarah Jane Smith:
The episode opens with an outside-view of Sarah Jane's house, number 13 of Eagling Street; it's raining.
The camera is now inside, behind Rani, who is looking outside; the camera now shows her closing the curtain, getting off the sofa and walking towards the rest of the gang.
The camera shows that Sarah Jane is on her laptop working, while Luke is talking to Mr. Smith about something and Clyde is seen sitting on the steps that lead to Mr. Smith patting K-9.
Rani: Closing the curtains "I should get going it's starting to pour."
The camera then shows Sarah Jane taking off her glasses and turning around to see Rani packing up her school books, etc. from the coffee table.
Sarah Jane: Placing her glasses in her pocket and looking up at the window above her "I think that's best, don't want you to get a cold or something."
The camera then shows Clyde getting up and joining Rani as she heads for the attic's door; Mr. Smith is seen conv
The Assistant: The Boy and His HelmetCreeping through the partially opened window blinds, the bright warm rays of sun tickled the round nose of Carlos Garcia, a light-brown skin Hispanic, who was salivating and snoring as he slept with his butt up in the air.
With his clothes alphabetically categorized: Coats, Dress pants, Dress shirts, Graphic tees, Jeans, Polo shirts, Sweaters, etc. as were his shoes: Boots, Dress shoes, Sneakers, etc. (which formed a straight line beneath his hanging clothes in his closet) and just about everything in his room, Carlos Garcia had the most neatly organized and thoroughly clean room not only on Shakespeare Avenue, but also in his entire neighborhood, Logan Square.
Mrs. Garcia: Voice is faint, but loud "Mijo! Wake up!"
Not fully hearing his mother calling him, Carlos simply yawns.
Mrs. Garcia: Shouting "CARLOS! WAKE UP! YOU'RE GOING TO BE LATE FOR YOUR INTERVIEW!"
Opening his eyes wide like a new born baby, Carlos quickly rushes towards his digital alarm clock, which sat on top of his
The Tenant: Chapter 2The next scene starts off with the camera looking down the center of black cast-iron winding staircase, which Kendall and a graying hair woman are climbing.
Mrs. Taylor: "Qu'est-ce qui vous amène à Londres, jeune homme?"
*So what brings you to London, young man?
Kendall: Smiling at the woman "Musique."
Mrs. Taylor: Sort of laughing "Je savais que vous étiez un artiste, et je ne dis pas seulement que qu'en raison de la guitare."
*I knew you were an artist, and I'm not just saying that because of the guitar.
Kendall smiles and laughs as he hears this.
Reaching the top of the staircase, the woman leads Kendall to a battered oak door where
Reaching the top of the staircase, the woman is seen leading Kendall towards an old battered oak door where the number 1 is seen faded out.
Mrs. Taylor: Looking at the door and then handing Kendall the keys to the room "Ici, nous sommes alors, votre chambre, numéro un."
*Here we are then, your room, number one.