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Lego is a line of plastic construction toys consisting of variously colored interlocking plastic bricks accompanying an array of gears, figurines called minifigures, and various other parts. Lego bricks and other toys have made appearances in The Ugly Truth, Cabin Fever, and Double Down, as well as the online book.

History[]

The Ugly Truth[]

Greg Heffley mentions that one time he complained to his mom that there was nothing fun to do in Gammie's house a few years ago so she bought some Lego bricks to keep at Gammie's house. However, Gammie Heffley glued all the bricks together in one big block because she didn't like the little pieces all over the place.

Cabin Fever[]

Christopher Stangel sells Lego bricks for fifty cents a piece as part of the school black market for toys when all the school took down all the playground equipment.

Double Down[]

Maddox Selsam is noted for owning a lot of Lego sets that are built in his room. He also has a large Lego city and a dragon. Maddox doesn't allow Greg to touch his sets and only lets him use the "leftover" parts in a bin. When Greg tried to leave, Maddox accused him of stealing one of his bricks, so he and Mrs. Selsam patted Greg down but did not find anything. He eventually caught Greg with a tiny Lego brick stuck to his elbow, kicking him out of the house and ending their friendship.

Online[]

Lego bricks play the same role in the online book as they did in The Ugly Truth, the only difference being that Gammie is replaced by Aunt Cakey.

Appearances[]

Trivia[]

  • With appearances in three different books as well as the online book, Lego has more appearances in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series than any other real-life brand.

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