First Look At Official Big Bang Theory LEGO Set

June 4, 2015

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This is a first look at the official $60 Big Bang Theory LEGO set due out later this year that people apparently wanted. I previously speculated it wouldn't get made, but I was wrong. For the record, that is the second time I've ever been wrong and I'm strong enough to admit that and not go back and change my original article. That and I'm infinitely more lazy than ashamed.

Keep going for two more shots and the comments so you can complain about how much Big Bang Theory has sucked since Ross and Rachel broke up.

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  • Jay Koski

    At least now I can sit at home and smash the cast of this show with a hammer like I've always wanted.

  • archer923

    Penny's hair is outdated.

  • SmoovyBRad

    That show is garbage

  • Jan Bergström

    never watched this show.

  • CommanderKeen

    This has to be the worst Lego playset I've ever seen

  • $1149480

    I agree with this as a huge Lego fan and collector.

    That said, I'm going to get it for the neat furniture builds and torsos that I will be using for MOCs

  • dougfunnay

    jack.....youre the reason shit like this even exists

    get it together man

  • Emmitt Morgans

    Okay... does anybody know what the blue trophy Leonard's holding is supposed to be? I'm at a loss.

  • Sam Deeley-Crane

    dr manhattan maybe?

  • Forktongue

    The original concept set had those statues painted to be superhero action figures, due to licensing they had to be kept blank. So, maybe Superman?

  • JorfimusPrime

    I highly doubt it's licensing. Lego has the rights for Marvel and DC. It's infinitely more likely that they're supposed to be figures/statues, as seen on the shelves in the apartment in the show, but because the pieces are so small, they kept them blank rather than spend money making them printed. There's a reason a lot of the detailing in Lego sets is done with complex builds or decals; printed pieces are more expensive to produce.

  • Emmitt Morgans

    That's strange, considering Sheldon still has a "The Flash" t-shirt...

    I could understand a green lantern not causing any problems, but that's still a superhero logo on his shirt!

  • Tim Cole

    I believe the small trophy symbolizes how little comedy/humor is in the show. While the blue color is how sad TV has become...

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