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Sleep like a Time Lord with 'Doctor Who' bedding

Allons-zzzz! Have sweet dreams with this stylish bedding featuring the Tardis and elegant Gallifreyan symbols. Sadly, these sheets won't bend space and time so you can snooze longer.

Snuggle up with your favorite companion and this Doctor Who comforter set.

Even if you don't own a Tardis bed you can still travel to Sleepy Town with help from this beautiful "Doctor Who" bedding, available exclusively at ThinkGeek.

Get cozy underneath the Doctor Who microfiber comforter set, decorated with the Tardis, as well as the time spiral from the Twelfth Doctor's title sequence.

The set also comes with Tardis blue shams with the"Doctor Who" logo in the middle. The comforter set is available in twin, full and queen sizes because fans of Time Lords come in all ages and sizes, and retails for $69.99 (about £46, AU$97). Sadly, it appears the king set has already sold out.

Make sure your bed also has this Doctor Who sheet set, which includes a flat sheet, fitted sheet and pillowcases decorated with Gallifreyan symbols, gears and a Tardis spinning through space. The set is available in twin, full, queen and king sizes, and retails depending on the size from $19.99 to $29.99 (about £13 to AU$28).

If you need more pillowcases (hey, some of us sleep with more than just two pillows), then you can also grab these exclusive Doctor Who pillowcases that feature the time spiral from the Twelfth Doctor's title sequence.

The pillow design matches the Doctor Who microfiber comforter set just in case you like your bedroom to have a sense of order. The set of two standard size pillow cases retails for $19.99.

Just don't expect a high thread count on these pillow cases and sheets. Everything mentioned above is 100 percent polyester. Then again, that's still more comfy than sleeping on the floor of the Tardis, right?