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Could This Lego ‘Friends’ Set BE Any More Perfect?

A brick version of Central Perk? Oh. My. God.

There’s nothing like a new Lego set to cheer you up when it hasn’t been your day, your week, your month, or even your year. And when that Lego set is inspired by Friends? Even better.

In its long quest to create brick versions of every piece of intellectual property on the planet, Lego has just released set number 21319, a detailed recreation of Central Perk, the iconic coffeehouse from the iconic show celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

The 1,070-piece set is centered around the main seating area that was, somehow, always available when this particular party of six needed it. It also includes the small stage where many a rendition of “Smelly Cat” was performed and a service station.

The set comes complete with mini-versions all of the Friends friends and sad barista Gunther, who’s more of a frenemy. Each comes with at least one character-specific accessory — the best are Chandler’s man bag and Phoebe’s guitar.

The shop itself comes equipped with plenty of nice details, including a full cookie jar, a coffee machine, lots of flowers, and the instantly recognizable Central Perk logo in the window. It also comes with no less than 15 coffee cups.

The set is part of the Lego Ideas line, which means a fan created and submitted a design which was approved by the community and eventually the company itself.

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When assembled, Central Perk is almost a foot wide, eight inches deep, and about four inches tall. It’ll run you $60 when it comes out on September 1. Until then, please enjoy this delightful promotional video, which we’re calling “The One Where All of the Friends Are Bricks.”