LEGO Debuts 1,164-Piece ‘The Office’ Set For The ‘World’s Best Boss’ At Home – Corporate B2B Sales & Digital Marketing Agency in Cardiff covering UK

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“Identity theft is not a joke, Jim! Millions of families suffer every year!”

Luckily, this LEGO set is certified official. The massive 1,164-piece build revives the beloved, long-running sitcom in one view—and it even includes 15 Dunder Mifflin employee minifigs. So if working from home has made you feel isolated, you’ve now got company.

The Office set was designed by superfan Jaijai Lewis, and has been nearly seven years in the making. The designer has worked on numerous iterations since 2014, of which three received enough votes under the LEGO Ideas initiative for the toy giant to put pen to, well, paper.

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To recreate the shenanigans at Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch, Lewis looked to behind-the-scenes images and blueprints, as well as rewatched the show, according to the . The project even has its own real-life version of Jim and Pam, says the company—Laura and Chris Perron, two LEGO Ideas designers who are married to each other, helped bring the kit to life.

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The space—which includes Michael Scott’s office, the break room, and the conference room—sure seems extremely busy, seeing as how people have now weaned off being around too many coworkers at their own offices. But that just means it’s packed with all kinds of iconic props and gags from The Office, from the ill-fated pot of Kevin’s famous chili to a stapler trapped in Jell-O, a ‘World’s Best Boss’ mug, and a Dundie trophy.

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Not to mention, there’s also a copy of Michael’s self-made movie Threat Level Midnight, a visual of the infuriating bouncing DVD logo screensaver, a Golden Ticket, Stanley’s pretzel, Jim’s teapot for Pam, and weapons that Dwight Schrute has hidden all around the office.

Your favorite characters are in it too: There’s Michael Scott, Dwight Schrute, Jim Halpert, Pam Beesly, Ryan Howard, Angela Martin, Oscar Martinez, Kevin Malone, Stanley Hudson, Kelly Kapoor, Phyllis Lapin Vance, Meredith Palmer, Creed Bratton, Toby Flenderson, and Darryl Philbin. One of Angela’s cats, Garbage, makes an appearance.

The set is open for preorders on Walmart for US$120, and will officially hit stores in the US and Canada on October 1. Fans living abroad will be able to get the build on the LEGO website.


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