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Of the food they ate and the leftovers they couldn't leave in the diner. Set from 'Rose' to the very end of 'Smith & Jones'.
Then came the big shift in the crew - out went the omnisexual captain and the leather-clad navigator, in came the pinstriped weed with the Buddy Holly glasses. Quickly the fridge became a miniature patisserie. Every sweet imaginable was stocked to satisfy the Time Lord's sweet tooth: cakes, sweet buns, cream puffs, flan, bon bons, the odd glob of chocolate and starch, cupcakes with edible ball bearings, et cetera. There was, of course, many bags and cardboard trays of chips, with a new preference for those served on a satellite in orbit around Jupiter, cooked in sunflower oil and peppered with tumeric.
And then the fridge was empty, save for a lone bottle of bubbly. It appeared one day and was gone the next. Whether it was due to the disappearance of the blond shop-girl or the short appearance of the cheeky redhead was undecided.
Days later, she came in, ever the curious one, a newcomer to the ways of time travel. Patiently the fridge sat, and dreamed electric dreams of what new edibles Ms Jones would bring.