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Lego Friends Apartment Set Available Now For Lego VIP Members

Lego's Friends Apartments set will be there for you (when the rain starts to pour).

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The Lego movie told us that we should throw out the instructions and, as Master Builders, make whatever we want. But for many, Lego sets are all about reliving our favorite things one brick at a time; in just a few weeks, fans of the NBC show Friends can with the upcoming Friends Apartments Lego set.

Set to arrive on June 1 (or available now if you're a Lego VIP), the new Friends set is in 2,048 pieces, including minifigs of the main cast (and Chandler's ex-girlfriend Janice). With this set, you'll be able to build out the apartments belong to Rachel and Monica, and to Chandler and Joey. It comes with all kinds of things to reference specific episodes, like that time Joey got a turkey stuck on his head or when a cat attacked Ross on the balcony. Phoebe's dollhouse, Mrs. Braverman's cheesecake, and the giant poking device are all there, too.

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Lego hopes you'll pair this with the existing Central Perk set to capture the whole Friends collection. At the same time, if you want something a little smaller than this set, both apartments feature lift-out carpets to create smaller models.

The Lego Friends Apartments set hits shelves, it'll go for a cool $150 on the Lego website. If the Central Perk crew isn't for you, our Christmas Lego guide has a bunch of other options. You could also check out the latest Mario Lego set, the Winnie the Pooh set, or a Nintendo Entertainment System. If you'd rather just look, you can check out the record-breaking Lord of the Rings build, which features 150 million pieces. That sounds really expensive.

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