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'"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." - Wayne Gretzky'
Welcome to the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company Scranton branch, made famous in NBC's The Office. This set is a colourful recreation of the main part of the branch, and includes the famous "work"spaces of Jim, Dwight, Pam, Andy and Ryan (before his move to the closet!), as well as Michael Scott's iconic office space and a small representation of the versatile conference room.
Each sales desk contains everything you'd need to sell paper, including a computer, mouse and telephone, as well as personal items from the team: Andy's Ivy League mug, Dwight's Bobble head, Michael's famous Dundie award and the Prison Mike bandana, among others.
The cut-off structure of the set allows for easy access to all parts of the model for display, play and recreation of iconic scenes. It is no question that The Office continues to entertain fans to this day, and there is no better way to immortalise its legacy than with a 914-piece LEGO set.
This model contains a number of stickered/printed parts, including Impostor Jim's family photograph, Phyllis' wedding picture with Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration, Pam's painting of the building, the screenplay for Threat Level: Midnight, Dwight's letter from his future self (do NOT drink the coffee) and the photograph of Michael's awkward encounter with his old boss, Ed Truck.
The set includes eight minifigures, and it was a tough choice selecting which of the show's zany characters to recreate. I have chosen Michael Scott, Jim Halpert, Pam Beesly, Dwight Schrute, Andy Bernard, Ryan Howard, Angela Martin and Darryl Philbin. These are appropriate for both the section of the branch depicted and their overall importance to the company.
"Would I rather be feared or loved? Easy. Both. I want people to be afraid of how much they love me."