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assembly complete, now comes the biggest challenge of all, bringing a life-size X-Wing into the busiest block in America without detection. Today is Wednesday. It might not be that bad. But we’re going to the heart of New York, so game There are still challenges in front of us because we have only night until morning. Well, our plan is to spend the whole night assembling it, putting it together, and at A.M., roll it back and hide it inside the box. It’s seven in the morning, and it’s done. Adrian’s father is bringing him into Midtown Manhattan for a special surprise. What does it say? Secret model. Indestructible box. CHEERING Do we have any LEGO fans here? CHEERING Does anyone here want to know what’s inside that box? Yes! I can’t hear you! I said, “Do you want to know what’s inside that box?” ALL: Yes! KIDS CHEERING I want you guys to stretch your arms out all the way to harness the power of the Force along with Yoda to open up this box. Ready? One game two game three! X-Wing! This X-Wing Starfighter is the largest LEGO model that has ever been built. I’m talking over five million LEGO bricks. Five million, three hundred, thirty-five thousand, two hundred pieces, and , pounds. This is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen. Three, two, one. Also in New York, Nathan Sawaya is making last-minute preparations on his one-man show The Art of the Brick. It finally opens tonight. I am very nervous, but also very excited to see those folks walk through the door for the first time tonight. This is The Art of the Brick. This is my largest exhibition I’ve ever done, and it just happens to be the largest solo LEGO art exhibition ever. I had a goal of taking LEGO into the contemporary art world, and to do so, it had to be done in a way where I was really putting myself and my soul into the work. You know, part of me wants to just be a fly on the wall and listen to people’s reaction. And I’m going to try and do that as much as possible. So, um, we’ll see what happens. There it is, thank you. First impression, I just got blown away.