Lego-go! (rus. Лего-го!) was a Russian game show based
around Lego products. The show was about two teams competing against
each other in a series of Lego construction challenges. For example, the
teams might have to build the highest and most stable tower of Lego
bricks, or assemble a small kit without a manual. The winning team would
get a sticker, and in the finale, team captains would compete in
assembling kits while blindfolded.
The series ran on the Pervy Channel (rus. Первый Канал) since
April 1, 1995 up until March 19, 1998. In the 2000s, the show was
rebranded to KB Legonaut (rus. КБ-Легонавт). Game rules were changed, and three teams would compete for the grand prize of trip to Denmark's Legoland.
Due to the high cost of VHS tapes in Russia and the fact that it
aired on Saturday mornings, it's unlikely that many people have recorded
episodes of the show. In fact, episodes were rarely-if ever-given
reruns, let alone a home release. With all of these factors, little
footage of the show can be found online.
Since episodes were not intended for reruns, they have no
production marks, meaning the only way to identify their air date was
from a tape's record date.