Lego has unveiled an officially licensed Simpsons lego set, and we're desperately flinging our wallets at our screens to try and snap one up before the sensible part of our brains can process the US$200 (S$254) price tag.
Made up of over 2,500 pieces, the set features the iconic Simpson family home, complete with Homer's battered pink car and the legendary brown couch.
Tiny details like paintings, phones and rugs are all accounted for, and the whole family (including stupid sexy Flanders) is thrown in too.
The house itself is spilt down the middle and fans can open it up to access all the rooms within.
It'll make an adorable mansion for a lucky hamster, or offer hours of distraction while you're bored at work.
The Simpsons characters also have moulded sleeves and shorts - a Lego first - and ten more characters will be available in May, coinciding with a special Lego episode of the series.
The house play set itself will hit UK shelves in February, and we can't damn-diddly wait.
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