Why does the TARDIS interior change?

Why does the TARDIS interior change?

The current TARDIS was designed for Whittaker’s Doctor. The reason the TARDIS gets frequent redesigned in-universe is something, something living thing, something, something Doctor’s personality, something, something infinite space, something, something time vortex.

When did the TARDIS interior change?

In the 50th anniversary special episode, there were three regenerations of The Doctor present inside the TARDIS at one time, causing it to experience some confusion with its design while trying to adapt to all three at once.

Are TARDISes possible?

According to Science, Yes… Maybe. Doctor Who fans can rejoice! According to a paper published by a pair of Whovian physicists, the geometry of spacetime that the TARDIS maneuvers in might exist in our own universe, allowing for travel in all directions through space and time.

Why is the TARDIS getting bigger?

The TARDIS is dimensionally transcendental, meaning it’s bigger on the inside than the outside. The interior exists in a different, relative dimension to the exterior. In the very first story it was established that the TARDIS usually changes its exterior appearance on each trip to blend in with its surroundings.

Is there a swimming pool in the Tardis?

A swimming pool was a container filled with water used for swimming. Dark Space 8 had a swimming pool. Melanie Bush and Nicky Newman used it during their visit there. (AUDIO: Bang-Bang-a-Boom!)

Does the Tardis have a kitchen?

The TARDIS kitchen was a kitchen in the Doctor’s TARDIS.

What did the TARDIS think of the 8th Doctor?

The TARDIS considered the Eighth Doctor to be “the last of the carefree Doctors”. ( PROSE: What the TARDIS thought of “Time Lord Victorious“) Charley referred to the Eighth Doctor as “an unbelievable, impossible, marvellous man.”

Was the 8th Doctor an idealist?

The Eighth Doctor was described as “the idealist” by the Doctor’s first TARDIS to the Fifth Doctor. (AUDIO: Prisoners of Fate) After losing his body to the Time Lords, the Master made a failed attempt to steal a regeneration from the Fifth Doctor.

What do you think about the interior of the doctor who?

The interior certainly conveys a terrific sense of Gothic-Romance, which suits both the Seventh and Eighth Doctors’ personalities, however it’s missing a certain “TARDIS-y” feel to it, perhaps the lack of round things on the walls?

What does the TARDIS look like in real life?

This TARDIS is perhaps the most homely of all the interiors. An extravagantly designed gentlemen’s study, complete with fancy chairs, a library, a jerky gramophone, and candles everywhere.