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Meet the Simpsons, now in Lego form

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D'oh! This one was a no-brainer: The Simpsons are now Legos.

Lego and Twentieth Century Fox Television announced this week they had reached a much-anticipated deal to turn everyone's favorite dysfunctional family into Lego bricks.

There are six mini-figures -- Bart, Homer, Marge, Lisa, Maggie and Ned Flanders, as well as a two-story home that features a garage containing a dented car and the many items that Homer has "borrowed" from Ned over the years.

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Among the interior features: that famous couch that figures so prominently in the Fox TV show, which at 25 is the longest-running scripted series in TV history.

Details for all you collectors: The Simpsons House and its 2,523 piece line goes on sale next month for $199.99. A special Lego episode of "The Simpsons" is slated to air in May, and then a new line of of characters will be unveiled in May.

What would you like to turn into a Lego set? Tweet me @renelynch

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