LEGO unveils new ‘The Office’ set

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“It’s happening! Everybody stay calm!”

Lego’s newest pop culture crossover has turned the iconic people and places of NBC’s “The Office” into its newest play set — and they didn’t skip over any detail.

Michael Scott, Pam, Jim, Angela, Dwight and 10 more of of the beloved sitcom’s reccurring characters — except for Andy, who Lego said is working on his “management skills” — have been Lego-fied.

Toymakers also included Kevin’s spilled chili, Dwight’s stapler in Jello, and Scott’s “World’s Best Boss” mug.

In photos released by Lego, Stanley snacks on his beloved pretzel while Kelly shows her birthday cake.

The plastic employees are set in Dunder Mifflin’s most visited spots, including the lobby, the conference room, and Scott’s office.

The complete “Office” set.
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Michael Scott — played by Steve Carell — clutches his plastic “World’s Best Boss” mug.
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If you’ve been saving your Schrute Bucks, the set is now available for preorder on in the US on Walmart’s website, or internationally via Lego.com. It retails for $119.99 and will be sold in Walmart stores and Lego’s site on October 1.

“We didn’t want to hold back on references,” Lego’s Chris Perron said in a statement obtained by The Verge.

Jaijai Lewis from Queens has been working on this 1,164-piece set since 2014. His vision finally came to life after it received 10,000 points through the Lego Ideas program.

“I’ve been on most social media platforms as @LegoTheOffice since 2015,” Lewis revealed in an interview with the brand’s official website. “I love traveling, drawing, reading, messing around with LEGO, collecting Office swag and binge watching my favorite TV shows — with ‘The Office’ at the top of the list.”

Jim and Michael hold a meeting in the conference room.
Jim and Michael hold a meeting in the conference room.
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15 reoccurring characters come in the Lego set.
15 reoccurring characters come in the Lego set.
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Kevin spills his chili in the Lego set.
Kevin spills his chili in the Lego set.
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Plastic Pam waves at Jim.
Plastic Pam waves at Jim.
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