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#3438 They already did Maccy D's. Though I imagine fast food is a more contentious issue now compared to 1999.
The Monorail would be a dream set for me, but it seems unlikely. The school bus on the other hand lends itself well to a set.
Same concept to me
• Accessory elements include Bart’s spray can, Marge’s shopping basket, Apu’s broom and Chief Wiggum’s cuffs and truncheon
• Snake (a.k.a. Jailbird) is exclusive to this set for fall 2015 <---?
• Removable roof features rare, dark-orange bricks
Barney's Bowl-a-Rama would be fantastic. They could include the Pin Pals and the Holy Rollers and knock out most of the controversial characters right there.
Who knows. Lego keeps refusing stuff for reasons like drugs, religion, politics, and violence yet they do the simpsons????
They've got a homer figure even though he drinks a lot and has criminal past, marge has been in jail at least once, it's known that maggie can use a gun, flanders is the religious nut, itchy and scratchy is a really gory version of tom and jerry, In wave 2, I'm seeing patty and selma who are both heavy smokers and hans moleman whose running gag seems to him getting "killed" or hit. Or Snake whose probably the best known criminal in the show?
I think if it's "Fantasy" then Lego will use it as that as their angle...
As far as that Cantina goes, ya...you had to do a little modification to it to get it look like a real bar.
Many of the first most popular lego sets were churches, also. There is no reason why not to do it now. It'll sell like fire, just because everyone else is afraid to touch the subject... but it's already in LEGO's genes.
Nobody would complain if they came out with a set of Westminster Abbey, either.
So yeah, I guess what I am trying to say is that Santa, elves and the advent calender are not really all that religious. Whereas a church would definitely be religious.
It's not really a "religion" exactly
No matter what a nerd in a bathrobe waving around a broomstick on YouTube might think
Or they actually believe that junk about how it has to be recognized as an organized religion if enough people put it on a census
Doesn't matter though as I was more referring to the point that Jedi themselves don't have any deities or strict beliefs about the afterlife (punishment or reward for "good" behavior) or how they don't prostelesize, ect.
The kwik e mrkt is lookin legit. Snake and wiggum mfs alone are worth it haha, unfortunately catching up on missed sw sets takes precedence...
The other guy in the video looks like Bryan Johnson from "Comic Book Men". Honestly, if I had a company like Lego, I wouldn't let them dress that way to present a Designer Video. That's just me of course, I'm old school ;)
I also love Pawn Stars, but not for the fake cheesy storylines they create, but for the historical information..