''TheSarahJaneAdventures'', a ''Series/DoctorWho'' spin-off where one of the Doctor's former companions leads a group of people who frequently defend the Earth against aliens. This time most of the group are in their early teens. It's set in [[UsefulNotes/OneLondonThirtyThreeBoroughs Ealing]].

!Core Cast

!!Sarah Jane Smith
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-> ''Maria, there are two types of people in the world. Those who panic, and then there's us. Got it?''

->Played by: Creator/ElisabethSladen
->13-year-old Sarah Jane played by: Jessica Ashworth (2007)
->Young Sarah Jane played by: Jessica Mogridge (2008)

Former traveling companion of the Doctor. She used to just be TheWatson to him, however it no longer applies to her as she has [[CharacterDevelopment grown out of it]].

* ActionMom
* ActorExistenceFailure: Creator/ElisabethSladen died during the production of the fifth series, the show was canceled by CBBC soon after (although the three serials already finished were aired).
* [[AlwaysSaveTheGirl Always Save Luke]]: Particularly explicitly in "The Gift" where she essentially declares, "Screw the world. I'm saving my son."
* BerserkButton: Do you want to harm Luke Smith? The correct answer is - no, you do not. His [[MamaBear mother]] - a former [[Series/DoctorWho Companion]], and not of the [[DistressedDamsel screaming type]] either - will stop at nothing to save him. No, seriously. There's no power in the universe that can save you from her wrath. And they've all tried. Needless to say, they failed. Painfully.
* BewareTheNiceOnes
* BrainyBrunette
* CoolOldLady: What did you expect? Older than she looks, Sarah Jane spends her time being generally awesome.
* [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou Mommy And Daddy Had A Good Reason For Abandoning You]]: Her parents' death is a fixed point in time, and they died to preserve the timeline.
* DefrostingIceQueen
* DistaffCounterpart: Had started acting ''completely'' like the Doctor. In the first episode, suddenly having a child to take care of snaps her out of it, and she gradually becomes much more human again.
* DoesntLikeGuns
* HotScoop
* IntrepidReporter
* LadyOfAdventure
* LethalChef: While there's no indication that her cooking's particularly ''bad'', Sarah Jane has been known to set the kitchen on fire while making scrambled eggs.
* LittleOldLadyInvestigates
* MamaBear
* NeverMessWithGranny: She fits this trope particularly in that episode where she stops an escaping biker with her sonic lipstick, ''and blows into it as if it were a gun that she fired''.
* OlderAndWiser
* ParentalAbandonment: Sarah Jane was an orphan raised by her Aunt Lavinia.
* ParentalSubstitute: There's no denying that Maria and her mother love each other dearly, but Chrissie is, to put it bluntly, a massive flake. Sarah Jane winds up picking up the slack and becomes the mother-figure Maria needs.
* SealedGoodInACan: The Tenth Doctor implies that he never came back for Sarah Jane after he left her on Earth because she didn't need him anymore. Given how many Alien threats she's managed to defeat on her own, he's probably right.
* TeamMom
* TechnicalPacifist: She inherited this trope from the Doctor by the time of ''The Sarah Jane Adventures''. In ''The Last Sontaran'', she not only lets Commander Kaagh go scot-free after trying to destroy the world, she ''leaves his ship intact''. Of course, he comes back and tries to destroy the world again.
* TooDumbToLive: She has a habit of marching into villains' offices, etc. and telling them she knows what they're up to, and it ''never'' goes well. However, she always manages to get away in the end.
* WeirdnessMagnet

!!Maria Jackson
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->Played by: Yasmin Paige (2007-08)

New girl to the area, sees Sarah Jane communicating with an alien and after helping foil an alien scheme she joins Sarah Jane in her adventures.

* KidSidekick: All of Sarah Jane's teen companions qualify, but Maria is the one who works most closely with her.
* TheLancer
* [[LikeASonToMe Like A Daughter To Me]]: To Sarah Jane.
* LittleMissBadass: Shows shades of this after leaving for America. In an email she says she's helping aliens hide from the United States government.
* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent
* PutOnABus: In ''The Last Sontaran''. She gets one more episode, ''The Mark of the Berserker'', and then the occasional mention in emails.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Paige had to leave the show to take her exams.
* TheWatson

!!Luke Smith
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-> ''So, there you go. The boy that was made by aliens to destroy the world? Saves the world YET AGAIN!''

->Played by: Tommy Knight

The boy Sarah Jane adopts in the first episode. He was grown in a lab by aliens, so he knows nothing about socializing at all. Very intelligent, but seems simple.

* ArtificialHuman: He was grown by the Bane, has a body that rejuvenates itself with little upkeep necessary, and isn't affected by some things natural humans are susceptible to.
* BellyButtonless: He lacks a navel, due to being created by the Bane rather than born like a normal human.
* CommutingOnABus: Luke left for Oxford after ''[[Recap/TheSarahJaneAdventuresS4E1E2TheNightmareMan The Nightmare Man]]'' but appeared in several episodes afterward.
* GeneticMemory
* HappilyAdopted: Sarah Jane takes in Luke as her first adopted child and gives him his name, since it would be hard to find a better place for an alien-grown human teenager to grow up than her home.
* MixAndMatchMan
* MommasBoy: ''Not'' portrayed as a bad thing at all.
* NiceGuy: Very quickly becomes this. Then again, having Sarah Jane as a mother figure does and can transform you into this and Luke is definitely raised right and quite obviously follows her example to heart
* NoSocialSkills: At first.
* PhotographicMemory: Luke rarely forgets any detail he learns, even before he was activated
* PortmanteauCoupleName: "Clani" in [[Recap/TheSarahJaneAdventuresS5E5E6TheManWhoNeverWas ''The Man Who Never Was.]] [[invoked]]
* TheSmartGuy
* TeenGenius
* TheWatson
* YoungerThanTheyLook: Was effectively "born" in the middle of the first episode, yet appears 14. As of ''Secrets of the Stars'', this no longer applies, as he now considers himself to be born in 1994 rather than 2008.

!!Clyde Langer
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-> ''Let's have a High School Musical moment! A group hug will sort everything out.''

->Played by: Daniel Anthony

Cool kid, or at least likes to think of himself as such. Starts of as a bit of a jerk but slowly softens. Smarter than he'd like to admit.

* ButtMonkey: He gets slimed more frequently than anyone else, even TemptingFate and suffering for it. And in ''The Curse of Clyde Langer'', his bad luck gets PlayedForDrama.
* CasanovaWannabe: Kid-friendly version, of course.
* DeadpanSnarker: A wisecracker and a major fan of {{Pun}}s.
* DisappearedDad: His father left his mother during Clyde's childhood, but one day came back for him out of the blue. It did not go so well. It got worse when an alien artefact made him very possessive of Clyde.
* GenreSavvy: Shows signs of this through some of his snarking, but recently it seems he's taken to carrying around a torch[[note]][[SeparatedByACommonLanguage (that's a flashlight for you Americans)[[/note]] during the day, just in case he has to go down some dark, creepy tunnels.
* HiddenDepths: Clyde's a talented artist.
* ParentalAbandonment: We don't get to meet Clyde's family till series two (''The Mark of the Berseker''), though it is established early on that he lives with his mother after his father ran off with his mother's sister.
* PungeonMaster: This sometimes grates on the others' nerves.
* SecondEpisodeSubstitute: For Kelsey Hooper.
* {{UST}}: A mild case of this with Rani. He mentions a couple of times in "The Empty Planet" they may have to Adam and Eve the planet again, possibly seriously.

!!Rani Chandra
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->Played by: Anjli Mohindra (2008-2011)
->Old Rani played by: Souad Faress (2009)

SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute for Maria from series 2, another new girl and the daughter of the Park Vale [[TheGoodOldBritishComp Comprehensive School's]] new SadistTeacher Headmaster. Wants to be a journalist.

* DeadpanSnarker: Gets especially fed up with Clyde's shenanigans.
* IntrepidReporter: In the making.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: With Luke.
* OneSteveLimit: A recurring female Time Lord villain in ''Doctor Who'' was named the Rani. And that Slitheen posing as Rahnius (actor Ronnie Corbett) who makes a [[ActorAllusion joke]] about there being [[TheTwoRonnies "two Ranis"]] in ''From Raxacoricofallapatorius with Love''.
* {{UST}}: Shades of this with Clyde pop up, especially when Luke mentions the idea of "Clani".

!!Mr Smith
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->Voiced by: Alexander Armstrong

Sarah Jane's alien computer, who is actually a sentient creature known as a Xylok.

* AIIsACrapshoot: Averted. Even in ''The Lost Boy'' when he's "against" Sarah Jane, it's intentional on his part and he's actually playing both sides.
* AliensSpeakingEnglish
* TheChessmaster: He plays both sides very effectively in ''The Lost Boy''.
* GoodFeelsGood: After [[spoiler:his reprogramming]], he begins to develop a sense of humour.
* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: His fanfare, as revealed when he crosses over into ''Series/DoctorWho''.
* MagicalComputer: Obviously.
%% NOT an example of the MrSmith trope, his name actually is Smith.
* SealedEvilInACan: The race of supercomputers that he belongs to. Averted post-reprogramming, as he is now genuinely on the side of Sarah Jane.

!!Sky Smith

->Played by: Sinead Michael (2011)
->Baby Sky played by: Chloe Savage, Ella Savage, Amber Donaldson, Scarlet Donaldson (2011)

Alien girl who joins the cast in Series 5. Left on Sarah Jane's doorstep as a baby and rapidly ages.

* CheerfulChild
* ConstantlyCurious: she is constantly asking questions, due to only being a few weeks old
* CousinOliver: The addition of Sky in the fifth season threatened to be this, but ultimately ended up averting the trope because the character ending up not being annoying and she never really got to replace any cast member in the long term because the series ended only six episodes after she joined. Not her fault, either.
* DefusingTheTykeBomb
* HappilyAdopted: The second child adopted by Sarah Jane, mainly because Sky's real mother was an unsympathetic monster who breeded a daughter merely to be a war weapon.
* HumanAlien: downplayed after the first story of the fifth season, but this may be why she was unaffected by [[spoiler: the curse on Clyde's name]]
* PlotRelevantAgeUp: She is born as a Fleshkind baby, but when her mother activates her genetic programming, Sky rapidly ages into a pre-teen. Technically, she was added to the cast because the others were growing up and some were even DawsonCasting.
* ShockAndAwe: The end of "Sky" suggests that her electric powers haven't totally gone away.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: For Luke. She is a teenager with NoSocialSkills who is YoungerThanTheyLook and is adopted by Sarah Jane, and was grown by a woman (really an alien) as a weapon, and said woman refers to herself as the real mother. This is heavily [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in Series 5, episode 2 when Clyde says that having her around is like "deja vu" and Sarah Jane lets her wear Luke's old clothes.
** And again when they meet in Episode 5, Clyde calls Luke "[his] biggest success - Frankenbane, now a normal teenager", and they eventually form a BrotherSisterTeam.
* ThePollyanna: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]], [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]], and [[InvokedTrope invoked]]. Sky sees everything in the world as fresh and new with the innocence of the baby she once was, even remembering when she was a baby for that brief period before being aged up. She gets called out as a Pollyanna in ''The Man Who Never Was''.
* TykeBomb
* WalkingTechbane: when she's a baby her cries short out anything electrical. When she is aged up she has ''slightly'' more control, but Mr. Smith is still nervous around her
* WrenchWench: An entirely non-fanservice example in the audiobooks.

!Other Important Cast Members

!!Alan Jackson
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->Played by: Joseph Millson (2007-08)

Maria's long suffering, kind-hearted father. Divorcee, Maria lives with him because the schools in the area are better and... well... Maria's mum is a bit... flaky.

* AmicableExes: With Chrissie.
* ChekhovsSkill: Think Alan's hastily-introduced skateboarding skills will be turn out to be important in the episode's resolution?
* HollywoodHacking: As Luke says, "You can hack into any computer can't you, Mr. Jackson?".
* PapaWolf
* ParentalObliviousness: [[spoiler: Until ''Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?'']]

!!Chrissie Jackson
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->Played by: Juliet Cowan (2007-08)

Flaky Malakey. She loves her daughter but she's irresponsible and undependable. She doesn't like Sarah Jane as she is jealous of the bond she and Maria have forged.

* AccidentalMisnaming: She dismissively calls Sarah Jane a variety of incorrect ones.
* AmicableExes: With Alan.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Mostly a case of BewareTheNiceOnes, and getting '''really''' lucky with an ArmorPiercingSlap, but the record still stands... she ''took out a freakin' SONTARAN!!!''
* DropInCharacter
* ParentalObliviousness: [[spoiler: Until ''The Last Sontaran'']]

!!Haresh Chandra
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->Played by: Ace Bhatti (2008-2011)

The headmaster of Park Vale High School and Rani's father. Doesn't get along with Clyde and is annoyed Rani is friends with him; by the same token, he encourages Rani's friendship with Luke, an excellent student.

* BaitAndSwitchTyrant: He appears to be very nasty on his introduction, it is later revealed to be mostly an act
* {{Flanderization}}: He, for the most part, turns into a clueless comic foil.
* {{Good Parent|s}}
* HiddenDepths: Despite his usual switch between SternTeacher and HenpeckedHusband, he's on many occasions shown himself to be a very caring father to Rani, such as after the Doctor's "death" in Series 4.
* ParentalObliviousness
* SternTeacher

!!Gita Chandra
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-> ''Do you save the world every day, or is it just on Mondays?''

->Played by: Mina Anwar (2008-2011)

Rani's mother, who runs a flower shop called Bloomin' Lovely. Wants to be friends with Sarah Jane, but Sarah Jane seems to find her mildly annoying.

* AccidentalMisnaming:
** Keeps calling Sarah Jane "Sarah".
** And as we all know, only the Doctor is allowed to do this.
* CatchPhrase: "Bloomin' Lovely". (Hands out card for her flower shop.)
* {{Good Parent|s}}
* ParentalObliviousness: Starts to crumble as of series 4, when she's ''sure'' something's going on.
* VictoryGuidedAmnesia

!!K-9
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->Voiced by: John Leeson (2007, 2009-2010)

Robotic dog, also a former companion of the Doctor (though at a different time to Sarah Jane). The current model (Mk IV) was left to Sarah Jane at the end of the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode ''School Reunion'', after the previous one (from the failed spin-off ''K-9 and Company'') was destroyed. Spent most of the show offscreen for copyright reasons (with a justification, of course), but was a regular for most of series 3.

* BigDamnHeroes: His cameo appearances prior to joining the regular cast mostly consisted of him teleporting in when Sarah calls for him to save the day.
* RobotDog
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness
* SpockSpeak: "Affirmative Mistress".

!! The Shopkeeper and the Captain

->Played by Cyril Nri and a parrot (2010-2011)

Two enigmatic self-styled "servants of the universe" who have occasionally press-ganged Sarah and friends into serving their probably benevolent purposes. Their origins and affiliations are unknown. The Shopkeeper appears to be an avuncular dark-skinned man in eccentric early-twentieth-century clothes, and the Captain to be a large red-and-yellow parrot. They were responsible for putting Sky on Sarah Jane's doorstep.

* AbortedArc: we would probably have learned more about them if not for [[ActorExistenceFailure the sad ending of the series.]]
* MissionControl
* MrExposition
* ObstructiveCodeOfConduct: they appear to be limited in how much they can actively "interfere"
* PowersThatBe
* SilentPartner: the Captain
* ThisIsMyHuman: The Captain is really the one in charge.

!Villains

!!Mrs. Wormwood
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->Played by: Samantha Bond (2007-08)

Member of a race called the Bane, who tried to take over Earth with a special soda drink called "Bubble Shock!", but was defeated by Sarah Jane.

* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods: Her true form is a giant, one eyed [[BuffySpeak squiddy-thing]].
* [[LukeIAmYourFather Luke, I Am Your Mother]]: She oversaw Luke's creation during the Bubble Shock! incident. Later says this word-for-word.
* MeaningfulName: When she meets her, Sarah Jane comments that Wormwood was mentioned in Revelations, as a star that fell to Earth and poisoned the rivers.
* WeCanRuleTogether: [[spoiler: Tries this with Luke in ''Enemy Of The Bane''.]]
* WeWillMeetAgain: Says this to Sarah Jane in ''[[Recap/TheSarahJaneAdventuresNYSInvasionOfTheBane Invasion Of The Bane]]'', [[spoiler: and does as such in ''Enemy Of The Bane''.]]

!!The Slitheen family [[note]]"The Slitheen" for short; their race is called Raxacoricofallapatorian[[/note]]
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->Played[[note]]in their human skins, not the prosthetic[[/note]] and voiced by: Ian Midlane, Martyn Ellis, Anton Thompson [=McCormick=], Imogen Bain, Ryan Watson, Holly Atkins, Jay Simpson (2007); RonnieCorbett, Calvin Dean, Edward Judge (2009)
An alien criminal family hailing from the planet Raxacoricofallapatorius. After members of their family were [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E5WorldWarThree killed by the Doctor]], they built up a grudge against planet Earth.

* CardCarryingVillain
* TheClan
* ExposedExtraterrestrials: When not in human suits.
* FatBastard: They kill fat humans and use the skins as disguises, because their body compressing technology only compresses them enough to fit. [[spoiler: Except in ''[[Recap/TheSarahJaneAdventuresS1E9E10TheLostBoy The Lost Boy]]'', where two of them use the skins of a rather skinny couple to pull off their plan, thanks to newer, more advanced compression technology.]]
* HuntingTheMostDangerousGame: They ''love'' killing humans.
* PaletteSwap: [[spoiler: The Slitheen-Blathereen from ''The Gift'' are brownish-orange, compared to the more yellow-green Slitheen.]]
** Also in ''The Nightmare Man'', an unnamed Slitheen is shown to be a much darker shade of green than the others shown, [[EpilepticTrees leading some to believe that he is actually from another Raxacoricofallapatorian family]].
* ToiletHumor: A major part of their character humor. [[spoiler: But absolutely averted in ''[[Recap/TheSarahJaneAdventuresS1E9E10TheLostBoy The Lost Boy]]''.]]
* WeaksauceWeakness: They explode upon contact with vinegar, [[BizarreAlienBiology because they're made of calcium]].

!!Korst Gogg Thek Lutiven-Day Slitheen

-> Played by Jimmy Vee (2007)
-> Voiced by Anton Thompson [=McCormick=] and Ryan Watson (2007)

A young member of the Slitheen family. He first appears in ''Revenge of the Slitheen'' disguised as Carl to help his father and uncle in their plot to turn off the Earth's sun. When their plan backfires, Korst and his father beg for Sarah Jane's help. Though Sarah Jane tries to help them, she fails. Korst's father is killed in the resulting explosion and Korst blames her for his father's death. He reappears in ''The Lost Boy'', disguised as Nathan Goss.

* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes
* HuntingTheMostDangerousGame: In his first appearance, he is obsessed with the opportunity to hunt humans.
* TeenGenius
* YouKilledMyFather: Korst blames Sarah Jane for his father's death.

!!The Trickster
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->Played by: Paul Marc Davis (2007-2009)

Leader of the Trickster's Brigade and member of the [[AGoodNameForARockBand Pantheon of Discord]], an extra-dimensional entity that messes with timelines and creates chaos. The main recurring singular villain in the series, out to take down Sarah Jane, and later the Doctor himself. His main tactic is to "save" someone's life in a way that alters the timeline to his benefit - the only real way to stop him once this happens is for the person he saved to renounce the deal and make a HeroicSacrifice.

* BigBad
* TheChessmaster
* ChewingTheScenery
* DealWithTheDevil
* EldritchAbomination
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: "The Trickster" was a nickname given to him by Alan Jackson. Later writers, and even his creator, seem to forget this as he is later called the Trickster by the Doctor, [[Series/TorchwoodMiracleDay Jack Harkness]] and even the Trickster himself.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood
* EyelessFace
* IAmLegion: "I embody multitudes!"
* OnceASeason: Always appears in no more than one story per season, all of which have Sarah Jane's name in the title: ''Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?'' in series one, ''The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith'' in series two and ''The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith'' in series three. Unfortunately he did not return for the series four finale ''Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith''.
* RealityWarper: Of a very limited sort; he can change or undo deaths, but only with the dying person's consent.
* RedHerring: ''Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith'' does not include him, nor is he in Season 4 at all.
* TheTrickster

!!Kaagh

->Played by: Anthony O'Donnell (2008)

Lone survivor of the [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E4TheSontaranStratagem Tenth Sontaran]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E5ThePoisonSky Battle Fleet]], his escape pod crash landed on Earth by accident. He planned on making Earth's satellites crash into nuclear reactors across the world, but was thwarted by Sarah Jane's gang.

* AttackItsWeakPoint: [[spoiler:Chrissie]] attacked his probic vent. [[spoiler:With her high heels.]]
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:After learning that Mrs. Wormwood was planning to double-cross him, he grabbed her and threw himself into the portal where Horath was located, sealing it.]]
* HonorBeforeReason
* IWasBeatenByAGirl: After losing to Sarah-Jane and the gang, he's unable to return to Sontar out of shame ("What sort of a soldier is beaten by a female and half-forms?"). He resorts to doing mercenary work in space, [[spoiler: which is how he meets Wormwood.]]
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy
* SuperSoldier

!!Androvax

->Played by: Mark Goldthorpe (2009-10)

A survivor of the Veil race, he destroyed twelve planets as revenge for his home world freezing to death. He was first encountered as a prisoner under Judoon jurisdiction.

* AntiVillain
* GrandTheftMe: Takes over the bodies of all the main cast.
* LastOfHisKind: [[spoiler:At least until he discovered that his race sent a ship of one hundred cryogenically frozen Veils into space shortly before their planet was destroyed.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler: In ''The Vault of Secrets'', releasing his people would mean destroying the Earth.]]
* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds

!!Mr. Dread

->Played by: Angus Wright (2010)

A [[TheMenInBlack Man In Black]] android, ordered to guard an extra-dimensional vault containing alien artifacts, to keep Earth safe. He has a lifespan of 500 years and a cool gun and bore a strong physical resemblance to HugoWeaving as Mr. Smith from ''Film/TheMatrix'' series. The [[TheMenInBlack Man In Black]] robots, including Dread himself [[ContinuityNod had previously appeared]], in the animated ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode ''[[Recap/DoctorWho2009ASDreamland Dreamland]]''.

* TheComicallySerious
* DeadpanSnarker
* HeelFaceTurn
* HeroicSacrifice
* LaserGuidedAmnesia
* TheMenInBlack
* WellIntentionedExtremist

!!Miss Myers [[note]]As spelt in the credits to ''Sky'', though she claims it's spelt in an alien way[[/note]]

->Played by: Christine Stephen-Daly (2011)

Appearing in Series 5, she is one of the Fleshkind who is at war with the Metalkind. She creates Sky as a bomb to end the war.

* {{Expy}}: Of Mrs. Wormwood. She creates a teenager with NoSocialSkills who is YoungerThanTheyLook and refers to herself as their mother, and intends to use them as a weapon until they're adopted by Sarah Jane.
** She also has some significant similarities to Weaver from ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles''.
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