Ironically, the prevailing thought I have in looking at the photo of this TARDIS Mini Fridge with the door open is that it most definitely is not bigger on the inside. Look at all that crap stuffed in all willy-nilly (to sound appropriately, disdainfully British) and a pinky's twitch away from avalanching out. ThinkGeek claims Doctor Who's preferred method of interdimensional transport can hold a 6-pack of 12-ounce cans, but I'd be surprised if it could hold a 6-pack of the cans I...I mean my sister...used to buy for her Barbie Dream House. But I guess if you just need to keep a BLT and a tallboy of PowerThirst chilled at your desk, the TARDIS Mini Fridge will both complete the task satisfactorily, and attract longing gazes from co-workers and Daleks reprogrammed to clean the office.
Surprise Ending Bonus: For those of you who stayed to watch the credits, guess what. The TARDIS Mini Fridge also flips a 180 and includes a warming function for reheating coffee and Tostabagging cheese sandwiches. Flashing lights and sound effects that go off when the door is opened/closed should prove to be magically terrific ways to garner even more esteem (or scorn) from those who covet your piece of the Whoniverse as well.
The TARDIS Mini Fridge plugs into a standard US outlet or DC 12V car socket. It requires 10-1/2" x 7-1/2" x 10-1/2" of space.