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VIDEO: The Wire in Lego

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You like The Wire? Of course you do. You like Lego? Sheeeeeeeee-it is that even a question?

Therefore you will adore this Lego homage to the hit show, which takes place on the mean streets of Baltimore and features all the themes you've come to know and love (once you could understand what they were talking about).

The gunshot wounds are particularly excellent; as are the enormous bottles of liquor. Hey, it's Lego - it's all brilliant.

(Image: Yahoo)

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