Doctor Who TARDIS Talking Cookie Jar
We don't know about you, but we miss the days when we lived alone. Back then, we could have a jar full of cookies and know exactly how many were left. Simple mathematics. 51 Oreos in a package, minus 2 before work, minus 2 when we got home, minus 2 after dinnner with a glass of cold milk. We knew that package of Oreos would last approximately 8.5 days. But now that we're saddled with significant others, roommates, and/or geeklings, the math gets complicated...
Journal of Impossible Things and Mini Sonic Screwdriver Pen
John Smith: I was, um... Sorry, sorry. Sometimes I have these extraordinary dreams. Martha Jones: What about, sir? John Smith: I dream I'm this... adventurer. This...daredevil, a madman. 'The Doctor', I'm called. And last night I dreamt that you were there, as my... companion. When the 10th Doctor used a Chameleon Arch to turn himself into the human John Smith, he kept a dream diary. The pages were chock full of what he thought were crazy dreams of aliens, strange places, and a language he didn't speak. A real Journal of Impossible Things was created for the filming of the show; this is a replica of that journal. It even comes with a mini sonic screwdriver pen in case you'd like to sketch your own impossible dreams. Product Specifications A journal of the Doctor's dream doodles Replica of the journal used in Human Nature and Family of Blood Full of artwork and notes The Doctor made while human Includes a mini sonic screwdriver pen with a blue light Blank pages in the back so you can add your own impossible dreams Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible
Doctor Who TARDIS Lunch Box
Can you imagine being like The Doctor and having to rediscover food every time you regenerate? It must be a bit like being a baby all over again. People say, "Here, try this!" You eye them suspiciously. You try the foodstuff and it's awful and you make hilarious faces. And like a baby, you probably end up enjoying combinations of foods that nobody else would think of - like fish fingers and custard. Even if your lunch plan doesn't involve Jelly Babies, The Doctor won't mind if you put it in his lunch box. Shaped like the top third of the TARDIS, this lunch box may in fact be bigger on the inside. We could certainly fit a lot of lunch food in it. Whether your Whovian is heading to the board room or the classroom, they'll love to carry their lunch in this classic meal lunch box. Product Specifications Limited edition TARDIS shaped lunch box Classic metal lunch box for fans of Doctor Who Holds more lunch food inside than you may think Tip: Carry the fish fingers and custard in separate containers, mix just before you intend to eat them. This prevents soggy fish fingers Dimensions: 8 5/8" wide x 6 3/4" tall x 4" deep (possibly deeper on the inside!)
Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver of the 10th Doctor
We here at ThinkGeek HQ just can't get enough Doctor Who. We all dress like different incarnations of the good Doctor, we pal around with robotic dogs, and some of us even sleep in our TARDIS (won it in a really strange poker tournament two years ago). So you can imagine how we danced with joy when we saw this Sonic Screwdriver set. Ready to handle a Time Lord's tool? Each Sonic Screwdriver feels just perfect...
Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge
We assume that the TARDIS probably has a kitchen in it somewhere, created at the behest of a companion, of course. It's pretty rare that we see the Doctor sitting down to a meal, unless he's assessing the palate of his new incarnation. Fish fingers and custard FTW! You may not be a companion (yet!) but that doesn't mean the TARDIS can't land in your home, office, or home office. The Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge holds a six-pack of 12-ounce cans, so you'll always have a cold drink close at hand...