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** The series 4 minifigure 'Hazmat Guy' was originally going to be featured in an earlier series, but the moulding was proven to be complex so he had to be delayed.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Mr. Good and Evil was originally going to be called "Dr. Splitz", but the name was likely unused because it would give the character a real name, while the other Minifigures have titles as their names (Fisherman, Circus Clown, Fortune Teller, etc.) Although the final name is technically very similar, it resembles a nickname more than a real name.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Mr. Good and Evil was originally going to be called "Dr. Splitz", but the name was likely unused because it would give the character a real name, while the other Minifigures have Minifigures' names are more like titles as their names or nicknames (Fisherman, Circus Clown, Fortune Teller, etc.) Although the final name is technically very similar, it resembles a nickname more than a real name.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Mr. Good and Evil was originally going to be called "Dr. Splitz", but the name was likely unused because it would give the character a real name, while the other Minifigures have titles as their names (Fisherman, Circus Clown, Fortune Teller, etc.) Although the final name is technically very similar, it resembles a nickname more than a real name.

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* DevelopmentGag: Nearly any time you see a letter or a name on the clothes of a minifigure, it's most likely a reference to one of the designers at The LEGO Group.
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