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"Alright, I can see that I'm going to have to teach you how to be LEGO!"
For this idea, I propose a set be made based upon the hit television show LazyTown. The show is quite noteable for promoting a healthy lifestyle while being educational and fun for kids. It is also well-known for spawning many internet memes, jokes, and has a gigantic following.
The entire story revolves around LazyTown, featuring the world's laziest supervillain, Robbie Rotten, and the jumping, running, somer-saulting hero Sportacus. Stephanie, a visiting girl, has many run-ins with Robbie and Sportacus while getting to know the other children around LazyTown.
This set in itself is pretty basic. It features Robbie Rotten's lab with orange chair and telephone, disguise domes, and SCIENCE! Next is the LazyTown park, simply featuring some benches and a tree. And finally, a racetrack where Sportacus can practice his running and racing against Robbie.
Also included is a buildable version of the ship from the hit song "You are a Pirate", featuring Robie in his pirate's disguise. Bobby, Tobby, and Flobby make an appearance from the episode "Robbie's Dream Team", playing their signature instruments from the hit song "We Are Number One".
Why would this make a good Lego set? Because LazyTown is a classic show that was adored by many, so children would love this set to play with the world's most colorful characters, while adults would love it for the nostalgia value. So if you want to see Robbie Rotten and Sportacus in a Lego set, then support! Thanks for looking, and as always, feedback and suggestions are appreciated.