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The Big Bang Theory – Awesome Replica Lego Set

Do you like LEGOs? Do you like The Big Bang Theory? If you’re like me and you said yes to both questions I have something exciting to tell you. LEGO has available for you to build a replica of a set from The Big Bang Theory. Of course, the set in mention is the living room set of the apartment shared by characters Sheldon and Leonard. The retail price for this set is $59.99 and will have a total of 484 pieces.

Product Summary:

Indulge your inner genius and build this LEGO® version of Leonard and Sheldon’s living room as seen in the hit American sitcom The Big Bang Theory! This set was created by two LEGO fan designers—Ellen Kooijman from Sweden and Glen Bricker from the USA—and selected by LEGO Ideas members. Featuring loads of authentic details to satisfy all The Big Bang Theory devotees and including minifigures of all seven main characters from the show, it’s ideal for display or role-play fun. Includes 7 minifigures with assorted accessory elements: Leonard, Sheldon, Penny, Howard, Raj, Amy and Bernadette.

1. Includes 7 minifigures with assorted accessory elements: Leonard, Sheldon, Penny, Howard, Raj, Amy and Bernadette.
2. Features Leonard and Sheldon’s living room with all the iconic elements from the sitcom, including a telescope, whiteboard, DNA display model and various ornaments.
3. Build an authentic replica of Leonard and Sheldon’s living room in LEGO® bricks!
4. Great for display or role-playing scenes from the TV series.
5. Includes a booklet about the designers and the hit American sitcom.
6. The perfect gift for LEGO® and The Big Bang Theory fans of all ages!
7. Measures over 3” (8cm) high, 8” (22cm) wide and 4” (12cm) deep.

I am definitely making sure I buy this. I rarely got a chance to play with LEGOs even during my childhood so this gives me a good opportunity to do so.

Source: Lego.com

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Sabrina Brown

Sabrina Brown

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