|Doctor Who: The Celestial Toyshop|
|The Doctor purchases a time-space nebuliser|
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|Released||December 7, 2003|
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Doctor Who: The Celestial Toyshop is a 2003 brickfilm by Chris Salt, based on Doctor Who. It follows The Doctor making a purchase in a shop. It was created to honour the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Doctor Who, and its punchline is a play on words referencing a line from the show following The Doctor's regeneration into the sixth Doctor.
At a shop named Traxill's Temporal Supplies, the TARDIS materialises outside. The Doctor and his companion step out and enter the shop. The Doctor tells the shopkeeper that he is looking for a time-space nebuliser, and the shopkeeper fetches this item. He tells The Doctor it will be 45 galactic space credits, and The Doctor hands over money.
The Doctor waits at the counter, until he informs the shopkeeper that he gave him 50 galactic space credits. The shopkeeper hands back 5 credits, and The Doctor leaves. Once outside, The Doctor shows the credits to his companion before exclaiming "Change, my dear, and not a moment too soon".