LEGO has tackled a pair of ‘90s-era television favorites in the past few years with its incredibly detailed Seinfeld and Friends–themed sets. Now, the world-famous manufacturer is veering into the 2000s with a model of Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch from The Office.
The intricate build comes with a whopping 15 mini-figures, with every employee from regional manager Michael Scott to his sworn workplace nemesis Toby Flenderson included. However, the 1,164-piece set wouldn’t be complete without Jim, Pam, or Dwight, as these characters appear in brick form, too, along with 10 others. A dozen of these figurines have double-sided faces with different facial expressions for a touch of authenticity. In addition to these, there is a multitude of pieces that reference some of the show’s most memorable scenes, including a Dundie trophy for Michael’s office and Kevin’s pot of spilled chili.
While the characters are what made this show so iconic, it is called The Office for a reason, and the set includes every element from the reception area to the conference room — Michael’s aforementioned office can even slide out and be displayed on its own. Plus, as with any other LEGO build, the new set comes with loads of stickers that make even more references to the show. All things considered, the Danish toymaker’s fan-driven Ideas program has proven to be an incredibly successful venture, with this new build being the 44th release in the 11-year-old line.
If you’ve been wanting to revisit the world-famous mockumentary series but don’t have time to binge it again, this is the perfect way to do so. LEGO’s The Office set can be pre-ordered on the toymaker’s online store for $120.