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It looks like the synchronic feedback circuit and the multi-loop stabilizer malfunctioned when this TARDIS materialized. Either that or we've got multiple large masses whose centers of gravity are messing with the systems. Or, more likely, the Doctor disabled them and then forgot to turn them back on. Forgetful Doctor = cattywampus TARDIS.
Beware the Weeping Angels. We blink more frequently than we realize, but our minds erase the darkness (yay, RadioLab), making us unaware of it. Based on averages (and we know you're not), you blinked for 90 seconds of this episode. So if you thought you were safe, think again.
Take a ride in the TARDIS. If all of the Doctors got together and formed a rock band, we bet David Tennant would play bass. Matt Smith would be on drums, and Sylvester McCoy... accordion? Naturally, their tour t-shirt would be this stylish vintage number.
There's been a lot of speculation about who the 12th Doctor might be, including a vocal group insisting it be Helen Mirren. We're on the fence, mostly because we hope it's one of us. Of course, being the Doctor means having a particular quirky fashion. Long scarf has been done. Trenchcoat, done. Bowtie and fez, done.
You know what we like to do when we're sick? Sit around the house in our pajamas and slam seasons of things we need to catch up on via streaming. Hence there was the Fringe Event Flu of '12, the Food-Poisoning / Once Upon a Time (Wonderland) incident, and the "Who Gets a Cold in the Middle of Summer / Oh, Yeah, Con Season" season of Face Off. Be ready for your next marathon session of everybody...
The Doctors embark on their greatest adventure in this 50th Anniversary Special. In 2013, something terrible is awakening in London?s National Gallery; in 1562, a murderous plot is afoot in Elizabethan England; and somewhere in space, an ancient battle reaches its devastating conclusion. All of reality is at stake as the Doctor's own dangerous past comes back to haunt him.
This amazing Doctor Who TARDIS Projection Alarm Clock for fans of the hit BBC show Doctor Who projects the time and the Doctor Who logo onto your ceiling via a projector hole situated on the back. When the alarm goes off, the light flashes and it makes TARDIS sounds! This is one awesome alarm clock that all Whovians should own! Requires 3x "AAA" batteries, not...
A brilliantly imaginative and poignant fairy tale from the modern master of wonder and terror, The Ocean at the End of the Lane is Neil Gaiman’s first new novel for adults since his #1 New York Times bestseller Anansi Boys.
Guess what? We here at ThinkGeek have perfected time travel. It's true. The only problem is, there are limitations. Right now, our patent-pending time travel device can only move us forward in time, can only move us one second at a time, and can only move us at the same speed everyone else is moving. Ok, so you've caught us - we're just sitting in cardboard boxes...
The official miscellany, celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who.
Cavan Scott has written numerous books, audio dramas and comics strips based on such series as The Sarah Jane Adventures, Skylanders, Judge Dredd and, of course, Doctor Who. He has written about the good Doctor's adventures in such magazines as SFX and Doctor Who Magazine and regularly appears at Doctor Who conventions around...
Mashups are fun and they're extra fun when they contain really cool Doctor Who references that the average Muggle would never notice. This shirt has three such tidbits... can you spot them all? Select the white space below for the answers.
Here comes the Sun! But it's all right, because I'm the Doctor. I have a sweet dream, some funny psychic paper, and that magic feeling of nowhere to go. You're the Impossible Girl, the kind of a girl that makes the News of the World. Oh darling, please believe me, I'll never do you harm. Believe me when I beg you, don't ever leave me alone.
Traditional slippers are awesome, but when it gets cold, slippers leave you with a spot on your ankle that's uncovered no matter how long your sleepwear of choice is. Your options? Footie pajamas. Or these. These are pretty spectacular even if you don't have cold ankles, we have to admit. TARDIS blue faux-suede exterior with a white fuzzy lining, these TARDIS Boot Slippers have embroidered...
You know what your desk needs? It needs the world's best bow-tie-wearing time traveler, his TARDIS, and some of his frightening foes, all arranged around your computer, helping you through your timey-wimey day.
It's every Whovian's dream to look out the back window and see the TARDIS there, manned by their favorite incarnation of the Doctor. You're the girl who waited! You've waited for years and years for the man in the blue box to come and sweep you away from your mundane life. We'd drop everything to run away with the Doctor and we know you would, too.
Just like the Doctor, you have two hearts. One loves salt and the other loves pepper. What are you to do? Get your exploring coat on because an epic battle across space and time can now take place over your dinner table with our TARDIS VS. Dalek Salt & Pepper Shakers! Youll have both of your seasonings right where you want them! This is the perfect gift for any Doctor Who fan! Let's...
If you drew a Venn diagram showing Doctor Who fans and brick construction toy fans, you'd see a pretty big overlap. Geeky folks are builders; geeky folks like Doctor Who. But up until recently, there were no Doctor Who themed construction sets. Creative geeks hacked their LEGO collections to create ersatz Doctor Who scenes, but it just wasn't the same.
The Doctor always has a tool for every job. Usually, this tool is the sonic screwdriver. But let's not ignore the most powerful tool at the Doctor's disposal: the TARDIS herself. She's one sexy girl and without her, the Doctor wouldn't be able to travel through time and space.
As old-school Doctor Who fans, we have to concede one thing to the modern Doctor Who: its Gallifreyan is far superior. Circular Gallifreyan is beautiful. In our day, Gallifreyan was a weird mix of Greek and mathematical symbols (Old High Gallifreyan) or Arabic and Greek (Modern Gallifreyan). It didn't have any of your fancy-schmancy divots and concentric circles and lines and whatnot. And...
When we talk about the new, revamped Doctor Who, Christopher Eccleston gets left out a lot. 10 and 11 both wanted to play in the 50th anniversary shenanigans, but 9 not so much. This makes him end up in an odd liminal space alongside Paul McGann.
We love dogs. And we love robots. And when you cram a robot into dog form, it makes us happier than watching an Ewok get pwned by a plasma grenade. Yeah... that happy. Whether its Aibo, Muffit II, or Goddard, we loves 'em all. Especially K9. Possibly because he's the only robot dog we know who can play fetch with a Sonic Screwdriver. We're not sure. But we like him. So there.
Timed for the series' fiftieth anniversary!
A cult favorite around the world, Doctor Who is the longest-running science fiction television show of all time. Perfect for fans of the popular BBC show, the Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia has been created in full collaboration with the producers of Doctor Who, and shares detailed profiles of all eleven incarnations of the Doctor, as well...
The iconic Tardis centers a canvas hand stretched over a sustainably harvested, FSC-certified wood frame. A limited open edition with a certificate of authenticity by the artist, it comes ready to hang with all hardware included.
There are a lot of things you don't want to hear from your wise, time-traveling companion. He's escaped a lot of tight scrapes, so when he gets worried, you know that's bad news for the passengers on the TARDIS. (This is much like how you gauge the seriousness of turbulence by the face of your friendly flight attendant.)
A ThinkGeek Exclusive! These Doctor Who slippers may not be "bigger" on the inside, but they are comfortable perfect for those days when you're marathoning classic episodes and daydreaming about your own trips through all of time and space. Keep your feet warm and protected and your head in the stars with these very special TARDISes: that's Time And Relative Dimensions in Shoes, of course....
Doctor Who has taught us to be skeptical of our linear view of time. After all, there may be loads of boring stuff like Sundays and Tuesdays and Thursday afternoons, but hopefully your experience of time will only be enhanced by this shirt. We'll have to assume if you order it that it won't arrive on a Sunday or a Tuesday or a Thursday afternoon.