Once again, here's proof that fans of "The Wire" cannot and will not let it go.
It's been over four years since the show ended it's five-season run on HBO, but that doesn't mean we can't have parodies. Where else are we going to get that sweet, sweet Omar and McNulty candy we've been missing?
Last month, Funny Or Die treated us to the sublime, and sort-of upsetting, The Wire: The Musical starring much of the original cast. And now there's this: The Lego Wire.
Sure the voices aren't the same, and well, they're legos... but look, the Omar one has a scar, McNulty has a huge liquor bottle and Freemon has a dollhouse! It's as true to the original as it could possibly be.
So watch the video above and get your fix. After all, it's all in the game.
Lego Dino 2
Disney in Lego
The Mighty Hood
A family made of Lego bricks sit on a bench at the Legoland themepark in Guenzburg, southern Germany, on May 15, 2012. The park will celebrate its 10th anniversary on May 17, 2012. AFP PHOTO / KARL-JOSEF HILDENBRAND GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read KARL-JOSEF HILDENBRAND/AFP/GettyImages)
Queen Elizabeth II
A flag with Queen Elizabeth II's portrait made entierly of lego is pictured in the window of a shop in central London, on May 21, 2012, ahead of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The Queen's Diamond Jubilee will take place June 2-5, 2012, and celebrations will include a festival of boats on the river Thames and the lighting of more than 2,000 beacons around the country during a four-day public holiday. AFP PHOTO/ANDREW COWIE (Photo credit should read Andrew Cowie/AFP/GettyImages)
Abbey Stubblefield poses next to a LEGO Hulk figure in the exhibit hall on preview night at Comic-Con on at the San Diego Convention center Wednesday July 11, 2012, in San Diego. (Photo by Denis Poroy/Invision/AP)
A visitor takes a picture of Star Wars character Yoda made from Lego blocks during the International Tokyo Toy Show in Tokyo Friday, June 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
In this photo released by AP Images for LEGO on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, the 12-foot and 3-foot LEGO® Santa Yoda models, constructed over three days by thousands of families at San Francisco Union Square