Earlier this year, LEGO released a 2,523 piece The Simpsons house, and they’ve now released Simpsons minifigures. And next month, the long-running animated TV series will be going LEGO on the show’s 550th episode “Brick Like Me”. In the episode, Homer wakes up in a LEGO Springfield, and he must figure out how he got there and how to get back to the safe confines of his 2D world. I can’t remember the last time I tuned in to watch The Simpsons, but I’ll definitely be watching this episode.
Hit the jump to check out the LEGO Simpsons images and TV spot. “Brick Like Me” will air on May 4th.
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