(General L3-G0 Video is at http://youtube.com/myL3G0 if you are just looking for Lego R2D2 videos)
|L3-G0 faceplant, @#$_()* Sandpeople!|
His right shoulder got mangled again, and one of the front panels screws got pulled out. A few bricks were scratched or dented and I'll probably replace them.
On the plus side, I don't think I have another picture of the bottom of his feet, and from the label I can now clearly tell which one is the Right Foot! (As if I didn't know).
Fortunately the 501st was there, though where an Imperial learned to repair Lego Astromechs is beyond me.
|L3-G0 the Lego R2-D2 and a 501st Jawa|
|501st trying to repair L3-G0 the Lego R2D2|
Unfortunately he missed the group photo while I put his shoulder back together, but I got a couple more photos with the 501st.
|L3-G0 the Lego R2D2 with some of the 501st|
|L3-G0 considering a Tuskan Raider|
|No Gus, you may not collect L3-G0 the Lego R2-D2 :)|
(I'm not quite sure what's up with the pigeon-toed Sandtrooper, I guess he's still looking for the right droids :-)
After going back home (and finding my daughter who managed to vanish) we went back out to the mall for a few minutes. Apparently the Minifig he bought at Comicon wasn't enough for him.
First stop was to check out the Lego store. I tried explaining the birds and the bees, but apparently I didn't make the right beeps and whistles, so L3-G0's still trying to figure out where he came from.
|L3-G0, the Lego R2-D2 trying to figure out from whence he came|
After my earlier wipe out (and random stranger kids wonder why we don't let them at the remote control), my daughter insisted that she be the one with the controls. I'm not quite sure if it was her or L3-G0 that wanted to look at XBox One games...
|L3-G0 the Lego R2D2 perusing a shelf of XBox One games|
|L3-G0 with a fan on Star Wars Day|
|L3-G0 at the local Disney Store|
Anyway, that was L3-G0's Star Wars Day, May the 4th be With You!