While many Lego fans clamor to get their hands on " "Golden Girls" Lego playset!" or " " sets, some of us long to build a bunch of bricks that remind us that the good times are yet to come when we retire with our gal pals in Miami. No really, we want a
Samuel Hatmaker submitted a proposal on Lego's Ideas site to make the senior citizen crashpad from the beloved '80s sitcom "Golden Girls" a reality. The set is complete with minifigures of its opinionated characters Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, Sophia and even Stan, the only man brave enough -- or smart enough -- to keep the ladies happy.
The mooted set is a recreation of the "Golden Girls" house with the foyer, living room and kitchen built like a TV studio set with a removable fourth wall.
The proposal is already a hit, gaining over 10,000 supporters, which is the number needed for Lego to take the next step -- a proper review -- in considering the set for official release.
"It has been meticulously recreated to have opening cupboards and fridge in the kitchen, wicker sofa and chairs, a hallway backdrop, a storage closet in the kitchen, and an outdoor area with potted plants and a hose," Hatmaker wrote in his Lego proposal.
Hatmaker is such a fan he even recreated many classic scenes from "Golden Girls" in his Lego proposal, including Rose shooting Blanche's vase, Dorothy playing "Grab That Dough," Rose rescuing her teddy bear from a mean little girl and a special visit from Burt Reynolds.