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In the episode, Father's Day reapers appear due to Rose causing a paradox. "The Doctor walks back to the TARDIS, he senses that something is wrong. When he gets back to the TARDIS and unlocks it with his key, he finds it an empty box." Later in the episode it somewhat touched on the reason, however, I still don't understand.

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    The inside of the TARDIS was "thrown out of the wound in time", according to the Doctor Who wiki. How exactly that works is probably very wibbly-wobbly and timey-wimey and to understand it you'd need something that goes "ding" when there's stuff. – SpaceWolf1701 May 13 at 20:36
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As SpaceWolf1701 says it is probably a bit timey-wimey, but as explained in the episode, the reapers are creatures of time that live inside the time vortex, hence it is probably not too unreasonable to assume they removed the interior dimension of the Tardis to prevent anyone escaping, allowing them to feed off the paradox for longer.

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