LEGO Is Releasing ‘Friends’ Central Perk Set and I Need It

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Gather around with your friends, on your couch and be ready to build this LEGO Set because it’s a Friends Central Perk Set and OMG I need it!


LEGO announced they were releasing the Central Perk Set in celebration of the Friends 25th anniversary.

The set is a total of 1,070 pieces including the Central Perk couch, as well as a sofa, armchair, table, a cookie jar with two cookies, and a menu board.

The set also includes seven LEGO mini figures for the six lead characters; Joey, Ross, Monica, Rachel, Phoebe, Chandler. Plus, Central Perk’s barista, Gunther.

The entire gang is back together again so when you’re feeling down, this set will be there for you.

“Builders can also recreate the stage where Phoebe Buffay performed her songs on guitar (and Ross Geller once played his keyboard), as well as including a brick-built coffee machine, cookie jar with two cookie elements, menu board element and other authentic items.

Press Release

The set is releasing September 1, 2019 and will be priced at $59.99. A small price to pay to be part of the bunch! You can get it here.

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  1. I’m sure it’s being marketed to adults, not children.

    1. The age for this item is 16+. As an adult lego lover I am excited for the set and my kids, who are pretty lego obsessed really couldnt care less about this kind of set. The same applies fr many lego sets in fact, if you know much about their line up. there are huge communities of adult fans of lego.

  2. Sure, I absolutely LOVE Friends, but I’d never watch it with a child. Here’s my thoughts: I think a line needs to be drawn to protect the innocence of childhood. It’s a great show for adults, yet highly inappropriate for children, in my opinion. It makes me wonder why LEGO would design and market a toy celebrating a show whose target audience is young adults and no child should be watching? It’s not okay to sell-out childhood for profit. I wish this TOY MANUFACTURER would let kids be kids and celebrate the hundreds of appropriate role models instead. This is just my viewpoint, so I won’t be buying anyone this set, and I find it disturbing that any adult would buy it for a child. I’m sure you’re a good hearted person and didn’t view it as inappropriate as I do, and I don’t wish to offend you, but I do hope you’ll reconsider profiting from the sale of a toy celebrating a show that children shouldn’t be exposed to until they’ve reached maturity. I realize you might have thoughts that could change my thinking on the matter and would be open to learning them. After all, if adults can’t share differing opinions without chaos erupting, America is doomed. I know we’re better than that.

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