The Big Bang Theory Receives The Lego Treatment

The Big Bang Theory Receives The Lego Treatment

The Big Bang Theory, the hit comedy show from CBS, has been transformed into tiny little plastic bricks thanks to the LEGO Ideas system.

We here at the Unheard Nerd love having our favourite films, characters and franchises turned into LEGO bricks. Which big film franchises aren’t available in LEGO these days?!

Many times before we’ve reported on the LEGO Ideas system (formally known as Cuusoo). This allows anyone to upload their homemade LEGO creations to the Ideas website where fans can vote for their favourite designs.

The creations with 10,000 votes or more are reviewed each quarter by the LEGO board with one lucky set being chosen to be developed into a retail set available in stores and online.


As you’ve already guessed by now, this homage to ‘The Big Bang Theory’ was the big winner this quarter. It was originally built by ‘Alatariel’ and ‘GlenBricker’.

The official version will go on sale August 1st with a RRP of $59.99 / €59.99

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Indulge your inner genius and build this LEGO® version of Leonard and Sheldon’s living room as seen in the hit American sitcom The Big Bang Theory! This set was created by two LEGO fan designers-Alatariel from Sweden and Glen Bricker from the USA-and selected by LEGO Ideas members. Featuring loads of authentic details to satisfy all The Big Bang Theory devotees and including minifigures of all seven main characters from the show, it’s ideal for display or role-play fun. Includes 7 minifigures with assorted accessory elements: Leonard, Sheldon, Penny, Howard, Raj, Amy and Bernadette.

Source [LEGO Ideas]

John Abbitt

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