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  • omniumomnium Member Posts: 831
    There was nothing new in this programme. Well, technically, some of the commentators fluff was new, I suppose... 
  • Strider64Strider64 Member Posts: 34
    edited December 2017
    I say Leggo "lay-go". I am from Michigan and lived in Michigan all my life. My niece is from Pennsylvania, a couple of summers ago was visiting in Michigan. She said to me that her mother (my sister) and her were going to visit Mackinac. I had a strange a look on my face when she said that and my sister jumped in an quickly said "Mackinaw" (How I have always said it and most Michiganders do). My point is even in different sections of the United States people pronounce words differently. 
  • Speedman29Speedman29 Member Posts: 2,338
    omnium said:
    There was nothing new in this programme. Well, technically, some of the commentators fluff was new, I suppose... 
    There was, they took 5yrs off Technic's age by saying it came along in 1982! I quite enjoyed seeing the old adverts and the genesis of Legoland
  • SeijiAmasawaSeijiAmasawa Member Posts: 268
    AFOL getting his window fixed by Tom Silva/This Old House.
    davetheoxygenmangmonkey7677ncaachampstomahawkerFowlerBricksandheklatu003IceCreamCloneSumoLego
  • sid3windrsid3windr Member Posts: 1,460
    There was a program on LEGO (more specifically mostly about the Leicester store opening) on Telefacts/VTM in Belgium last week. I think I heard it was on RTL in The Netherlands the day before too.

    Not too much special stuff that we didn't already know, but I did spot @stlux queueing for the opening, @whateverist shopping in-store (and Sofie/Brick Chick "Oh my gosh"ing) ;)
  • VenunderVenunder Member Posts: 2,668
    Tonight on Channel 4 from 5pm 
    The Lego Movie, Everything is Awesome. 
    Then from 7pm
    The Lego Story: Brick by Brick. 
  • VenunderVenunder Member Posts: 2,668
    Oops, wrong channel they are on Channel 5.
  • bookmumbookmum Member Posts: 1,512
    This probably doesn't count but there was a bloke on Come Dine With Me just now called Jack Stone!! Ha ha!! 
    FowlerBricksandheBumblepants
  • Speedman29Speedman29 Member Posts: 2,338
    I'm not sure whats more worrying @bookmum that you caught the vaguest reference to a LEGO theme or that you watch Come Dine with me!
    RogerKirkbookmumsnowhitieFizyxandhe
  • bookmumbookmum Member Posts: 1,512
    I love Come Dine With Me!! Quality programme. 
  • bookmumbookmum Member Posts: 1,512
    Oh - that was my 1000th post!! Darn it. I wanted to post something deep and meaningfull!! 
    catwranglerAanchirsnowhitieandheBumblepantsMr_CrossCasper_vd_KorfSumoLegoGothamConstructionCo
  • MaffyDMaffyD Member Posts: 3,579
    Lol - CDWM is the real opposite of deep and meaningful! My other half likes to watch it with our girls and they love it, but I can't see the appeal. It's not aimed at me though...
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Member Posts: 5,566
    I think it was in the first season of Space’s Deepest Secrets on the Science Channel that I saw a Lego Millennium Falcon (not UCS) in one episode and a Creator #31012 house being built in another. I still want that house, and seeing a cosmologist with a MF in his office definitely helped end my dark age.
  • GmanGman Member Posts: 77
    I'm glad I don't remember that, I never would've finished breakfast. 

    Well, upon further review as an American who says "lay-go" more often than not, I'm going to have to assume I'm an outlier. 
    “Lay-go” is actually correct. If you listen to the way the Danes say it. It’s lay-go. It’s not lehggo like the Eggo waffles.
    sid3windrcatwrangler
  • The_RancorThe_Rancor Member Posts: 2,626
    Not that anyone was either watching or cares very much, but Through The Keyhole was on tonight (Sat) and one of the celebrities had a fully assembled Palace Cinema just sitting on the side of their kitchen counter. Unfortunately they didn't make much of a deal of it and it was more a cameo than anything!
    catwrangler
  • OrmskirkBricksOrmskirkBricks Member Posts: 265
    Yeap spotted it! I think it was on screen for a fraction of a second, but right at front of shot!



    The Show is available on ITV Hub within the UK.
    catwrangler
  • bookmumbookmum Member Posts: 1,512
    But whose house was it? (and they still make Through the Keyhole? Seriously?!) 
  • PeteMPeteM Member Posts: 447
    bookmum said:
    But whose house was it? (and they still make Through the Keyhole? Seriously?!) 
    If you’re remembering the David Frost days . . . well it’s very different now. Whether it’s better or not depends on your tolerance level for Keith Lemon...
  • colaycolay Member Posts: 547
    PeteM said:
    bookmum said:
    But whose house was it? (and they still make Through the Keyhole? Seriously?!) 
    If you’re remembering the David Frost days . . . well it’s very different now. Whether it’s better or not depends on your tolerance level for Keith Lemon...
    who?
    Mr_Cross
  • stluxstlux Member Posts: 2,450
    Jeffrey Kong's Flickr stream is here. Some nice creations there. Love his Totoro MF.
  • MaffyDMaffyD Member Posts: 3,579
    edited February 2018
    colay said:
    PeteM said:
    bookmum said:
    But whose house was it? (and they still make Through the Keyhole? Seriously?!) 
    If you’re remembering the David Frost days . . . well it’s very different now. Whether it’s better or not depends on your tolerance level for Keith Lemon...
    who?
    That is the correct response :-)
    PeteM
  • bookmumbookmum Member Posts: 1,512
    Wasn't it Loyd Grossman who used to present it? But - whose house was it? No one has actually said yet? 
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,556
    ^ It was him that did the poking around, and David Frost that was in the studio. They used to get quite big (TV) stars on the panel, I remember Chris Tarrant and Kenneth Williams were often there, as was Willie Rushdon.

    I can still remember they did Kenny Everett's house one time, and Mike Read and Mike Reid on the same show. I don't think I've seen it since about 1990 though.
  • RogerKirkRogerKirk Member Posts: 365
    CCC said:
    ^ It was him that did the poking around, and David Frost that was in the studio. They used to get quite big (TV) stars on the panel, I remember Chris Tarrant and Kenneth Williams were often there, as was Willie Rushdon.

    I can still remember they did Kenny Everett's house one time, and Mike Read and Mike Reid on the same show. I don't think I've seen it since about 1990 though.
    More recently they've visited the homes of Gloria Hunniford and Bobby Davro while Eamon Holmes and Scarlett Moffatt have been the studio guests.

    Still no idea who's house had the Lego though. I did see that one.
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,556
    RogerKirk said:
    More recently they've visited the homes of Gloria Hunniford and Bobby Davro while Eamon Holmes and Scarlett Moffatt have been the studio guests.

    So I've not missed much! I have heard of three out of four of them, you can probably guess which three.


  • RogerKirkRogerKirk Member Posts: 365
    CCC said:
    RogerKirk said:
    More recently they've visited the homes of Gloria Hunniford and Bobby Davro while Eamon Holmes and Scarlett Moffatt have been the studio guests.

    So I've not missed much! I have heard of three out of four of them, you can probably guess which three.


    Scarlett Moffatt? [From Gogglebox]. One episode I saw also had Rustie Lee and Bob Carolgees [with Spit the dog] appearing in the 'celebrity's' house.

    It's high quality TV for a Saturday night on ITV!
  • blokey9blokey9 Member Posts: 267
    There is a consumer advise show in Australia called The Checkout. last night they did a story on building a home and they used Lego as the prop.
  • TheOriginalSimonBTheOriginalSimonB Member Posts: 1,795
    Minifigures are a clue in the current series of Shetland.
    catwranglerFowlerBricks
  • The_RancorThe_Rancor Member Posts: 2,626
    bookmum said:
    Wasn't it Loyd Grossman who used to present it? But - whose house was it? No one has actually said yet? 
    *SPOILER*
    It was Ricky Lake's house. I wasn't watching American chat shows in the 90s so I had no idea.

    ^ Morbid minifigures in crime drama. Interesting...
    catwrangler
  • woony2woony2 Member Posts: 336
    Married at first sight last night on ch4 featured a Lego loving police sergeant who surprisingly enough had a lot of police sets.
  • CyberdragonCyberdragon Member Posts: 551
    On Outrageous Acts of Science tonight someone made a real compound bow out of Lego!

    "But, that's been done before!"

    No...this was an actual lethal weapon with real arrows. Great...now we're gonna have to regulate Lego under gun laws! :P



    EDIT: Disclaimer required! DO NOT ATTEMPT!
    FizyxOrmskirkBricksFowlerBricks
  • FauchFauch Member Posts: 2,712
    that would be pretty fun going to the archery range with a lego bow.
    and I guess wood and strings should be regulated too then, or are they?
  • Toc13Toc13 Member Posts: 1,150
    A brief appearance of a fleet of pirate ships at around 1:50
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05zr6ch
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie Member Posts: 1,832
    #21030 US Capitol Building was in several scenes on "For the People", a fairly new courtroom drama series, being built by one of the main characters.
    Astrobricks
  • The_RancorThe_Rancor Member Posts: 2,626
    ^^ The BBC does Cribs now? That's a bit of a format change.

    That cabinet was chock full of Lego, but I do find it somewhat disturbing that a lot of the sets on display are still boxed.
  • FowlerBricksFowlerBricks Member Posts: 1,731
    ^I find your lack of built Lego sets disturbing. 
    The_Rancor
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie Member Posts: 1,832
    On Suits last night, Mike mentioned that he'd like to get a LEGO X-Wing in a discussion with another character before the opening credits rolled. No actual bricks on screen.
  • bookmumbookmum Member Posts: 1,512
    Would of been more amusing if Mike wanted a Lego Castle of some sort. For his princess to be girlfriend. 
    You know I can imagine Harry being a bit of an afol!! 
  • MaffyDMaffyD Member Posts: 3,579
    Hmm..  just watching the film Kill Switch starring Dan Stevens (Beauty and the Beast, Downton Abbey). Its a good film, if you can cope with the first person viewpoint. Dan's character has a nephew:

    The grey thing in the middle is a model of something integral to the plot. The things around it I think are Lego sets. Anyone up for identifying them? An Alien Conquest one at the front maybe? Looks like a Space Police 2 Galactic Mediator further back...
    FowlerBricksMegtheCatstlux
  • The_RancorThe_Rancor Member Posts: 2,626
    The Exploriens Watch Tower, a few of the smaller Insectoids sets perhaps and the massive Alien Mothership from the UFO Subtheme right at the front. It's a pretty good Space collection which someone had to accrue for the film - wonder if it was a crew member's collection or wither they actually bought the sets.

    Post-Downton I prefer Dan's more off the wall roles - like David and er... David from The Guest and Legion (I think they were both called David).
    rd1899MaffyD
  • Speedman29Speedman29 Member Posts: 2,338
    Watching the Bahrain GP build up they interviewed Lewis Hamilton.

    "Have you ever been to LEGOLAND?"
    "I haven't and its really frustrating because LEGO was always my favourite....my best!"
    BumblepantsCapnRex101
  • CapnRex101CapnRex101 Administrator Posts: 2,364
    edited April 2018
    @Speedman29 - I wonder whether Lewis is aware that he exists as a minifigure, albeit only by the context of his car in #75883 Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team.
  • sid3windrsid3windr Member Posts: 1,460
    Everyone and everything is always his favourite though #blessed
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,556
    If he can't afford tickets, he could get one of the cheap deals for Legoland through the newspapers.
    SumoLego
  • rd1899rd1899 Member Posts: 211
    MaffyD said:
    Hmm..  just watching the film Kill Switch starring Dan Stevens (Beauty and the Beast, Downton Abbey). Its a good film, if you can cope with the first person viewpoint. Dan's character has a nephew:

    The grey thing in the middle is a model of something integral to the plot. The things around it I think are Lego sets. Anyone up for identifying them? An Alien Conquest one at the front maybe? Looks like a Space Police 2 Galactic Mediator further back...
    In addition to @The_Rancor's list, there's also the space shuttle from #6339 Shuttle Launch Pad and what looks to be a Futuron #6850 Auxiliary Patroller (the small domed trans-blue and white vehicle), though it appears to be incomplete or modified.
    MaffyD
  • The_RancorThe_Rancor Member Posts: 2,626
    Probably a little late on this but for our amusement and to keep this thread going, the latest Episode of Ninja Warrior UK (aired 19/05/18) had a bloke right at the front and centre cheering on one of the elite competitors near the end of the semi final. Said man was wearing a classic blue Classic Space T-Shirt. The kind of thing that probably only a Lego fan would notice.
    MorkMan
  • Jern92Jern92 Member Posts: 893
    Episode 6 of Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why on Netflix: Justin and Tony gamble using Lego bricks and plates as poker chips
  • MaffyDMaffyD Member Posts: 3,579
    ^ I bet that's one Lego connection TLG wishes it had as a license... not.
  • Jern92Jern92 Member Posts: 893
    MaffyD said:
    ^ I bet that's one Lego connection TLG wishes it had as a license... not.
    Haha despite all the negativity and backlash, I actually like the show, and I think the hearts of the creators are in the right place. There are just one or two scenes where they might have gone a little overboard, and it ended up being off-putting rather than sparking conversation like they hoped.

    But in terms of licence, what would they do? Nothing in the show really stands out enough, unless you want a Lego model of Clay's Walkman and box of tapes.
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