You Can Now Get A Build-A-Bear Version Of Cousin Eddie In His Iconic Robe From ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’

Build-a-Bear has always been a brand that keeps on giving the whole year. Just recently, they’ve released the Maleficent and Nightmare Before Christmas plush toys in time for Halloween. This time, the toy brand is back with yet another iconic character. And now, it’s from our beloved 1989 holiday film, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Everyone would surely love this Cousin Eddie Build-a-Bear toy—children and adults alike.

Well, who could ever forget Cousin Eddie and all his hilariously annoying punchlines? We bet every family has one member just like him. Hopefully, it’s not you. We’d totally understand if you would wish not to have him or someone like him around this joyous season. Nonetheless, it might be otherwise for his teddy bear counterpart.

It’s just impossible to resist this bear’s cuteness. Besides, it’s an adorable buddy that will sit with you as you binge-watch all your favorite holiday flicks. And one thing’s for sure—it won’t drop any punchlines at all.

Cousin Eddie Build-a-Bear with Clothes and Shoes

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Build-a-Bear offers this plush toy exclusively on its website. The bundle includes a brown teddy bear with a Build-a-Bear branding on its right hand. It also comes with silky green paw pads with red festive prints. In addition, it features a patch of the movie’s logo stitched on its chest.

Meanwhile, the clothes provided consist of a white robe, an army green trooper hat, and a pair of black shoes. Now, all you have to do is grab some eggnogs, a cigar, and some RV accessories to complete the look.

Cousin Eddie Build-a-Bear without Clothes

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Cousin Eddie Build-a-Bear Clothes and Shoes

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You can get the entire Cousin Eddie Build-a-Bear bundle here for just $50.50 and add a special gift box for just a minimal price. It makes the perfect gift for anyone who’s a huge fan of the film. Not to mention, it’s a fun way of throwing shade at your relative who’s very much like Cousin Eddie. At the same time, it’s a way of showing them that you love them, nevertheless.