After dodging fire from assassin androids, the Doctor once fell into a nest of vampire monkeys. Fortunately, he was able to escape by setting up a special enrichment activity with his multi-coloured Fourth Doctor Scarf.
Looking for the TARDIS cloakroom? It's easy to get to: it's first left, second right, third on the left, go straight ahead, under the stairs, past the bins, fifth door on your left.
Yes, the wardrobe is expansive, but even the Doctor has to do the washing. He's not afraid to hang up his question mark Jumper, dazzle the neighbours with his Paisley Scarf, or show off Jamie's kilt. Whenever the Doctor has excess laundry, he uses the extra-long 18ft Fourth Doctor Scarf as a washing line.
Look, those despicable Daleks are destroying things again.
No, they're not assembling a Reality Bomb, waging civil war on the Imperial models, or setting fire to Mechanus. They're stretching our best-selling Doctor Who (Tom Baker) Scarf!
For Liverpool's year as the Capital of Culture, replicas of SuperLambBanana, the city's iconic bright yellow sculpture, were scattered across the surrounding area, each a unique design; the charitable scheme was then revived in 2010, 2013, and 2014 – and one was, naturally, dedicated to the Fourth Doctor!
With his trusty sonic screwdriver and our Fourth Doctor Season 12 Scarf, this SuperLambBanana proudly protected the city's Spaceport from Daleks, Weeping Angels, and… Delta and the Baaaaannermen. (Sorry.)
We also love Alan Murray's Starry Sunflower design, a tribute to Vincent van Gogh, who the Doctor and Amy Pond met in 2010's Vincent and the Doctor – and who inspired our Pandorica Opens Scarf! Check out all the original SuperLambBananas at the Liverpool Echo.
We're very proud to have supported Andrew Younger on his fund-raising runs since 2013.
Inspired by the heroics of his childhood hero, Andrew has donned our Fourth Doctor Season 12 Scarf, knitted from finest quality Acrylic, for his various charitable activities in support of Tiny Lives. Set up in 2012, the fund helps over 800 premature babies and their families across the North East and Cumbria each year. With sonic screwdriver in one hand, and a bottle of much-needed water in the other, Andrew's marathons and zip wire challenges have raised hundreds of pounds for the Newcastle Royal Victoria Infirmary's Neonatal Service.
Find out more about his wonderful efforts by looking out for his Go Fourth Doctor Go campaigns.