Tardis

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The seventh skit included amongst the interviews within 30 Years in the TARDIS, and later More than 30 Years in the TARDIS, was untitled. It featured Elisabeth Sladen and a young Sadie Miller being chased through a building by a Sontaran who eventually abducted the woman. It was not made clear if Sladen was appearing as Sarah Jane Smith or as a generic character; if so, and if one runs with the assumption that Sadie Miller's girl character is Sarah's daughter, this would have been the first depiction of Sarah as a mother, predating the short story Lily.

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A woman and a little girl walk into a building, unaware that a Sontaran is watching them from one of the windows. As they walk up the spiraling staircase, the woman is abducted by the Sontaran. The girl tries to escape and find herself held at gunpoint by the Sontaran.

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