The Office Lego Ideas Set Returns Tonight

The day has finally arrived for the fans of The Office. You’ve seen Friends and Seinfeld get their own Lego sets, and now it’s your turn. After a successful Lego Ideas campaign in 2020, the offices of Dunder-Mifflin could be rebuilt with a 1,164-piece set. In addition, The Office Lego Set (21336) will include 15 minifigures (a new record) and 12 minifigures with 2 facial expressions that can be displayed by turning their heads.

Pre-order for The Office Lego Idea Set

Started back in July, but stopped at some point between then and now. However, it will be back on the Lego Shop for its official launch tonight, September 30th / October 1st at 9 p.m. PT / 12am ET, priced at $119.99. It will launch with a wave of new Lego sets slated for October 2022.

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Jim Halpert, Pam Beesley

The minifigure lineup includes Michael Scott, Dwight Schrute, Jim Halpert, Pam Beasley, Ryan Howard, Angela Martin, Oscar Martinez, Kevin Malone, Stanley Hudson, Kelly Kapoor, Phyllis Lapin Vance, Meredith Palmer, Creed Bratton, Toby Flenderson and Darryl Philbin . Plus Angela’s cat, a Lego figure of trash.

Jim’s Teapot, Letter to Pam

Naturally, these minifigures come with the coveted accessories. In fact, the entire set is a treasure trove of Easter egg elements such as Kevin’s Pot of Chili, the stapler in Jello, the Golden Ticket, the Dundee trophy, the ‘World’s Best Boss’ mug, Jim’s teapot, the letter and engagement ring for Pam, Michael “Threat Level Midnight” screenplay, and Dwight’s hidden weapon.

An Illustrated About Lego Designers

The Lego layout of the Scranton Dunder Mifflin office includes the reception area, Michael’s office (which slides out for display), Jim and Dwight’s desk island, Phyllis and Stanley’s desk island, conference room, and more. The set also includes The Office and an illustrated booklet about the set’s fan makers and LEGO designers. In this case, the fan tends to be producer Jayjay Lewis, who had the following to say about his creation and the support he received:

during moments of difficulty

“For me, it’s a show I go to for comfort. It’s hilarious, relatable, and heartwarming. I’ve heard from thousands of supporters over the years that during moments of hardship, they want it to lift their spirits. Will see to upvote. Overall, I worked on this project for about seven years. I used behind-the-scenes photos, set up blueprints and re-watched the show as a reference for my designs. Over the years It was so much fun recreating the show’s classic moments. Even after I got 10,000 votes, I kept adding new features to improve the model. My biggest changes were to shrink the set while keeping so many characters I am so grateful to the fans who came to promote and vote for my latest design, it really means a lot to me.”

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