When you think of Girl Scouts, and think of Barbie dolls, the things that come to mind may not be analogous to the point where you'd think a Girl Scout Barbie should be a thing.
Oh, but it is!
Last year, the Girl Scouts of America partnered with Mattel, the company responsible for the iconic toy, to give Scouts the opportunity to earn a Barbie patch.
The "Be anything, do everything" patch - the group's first-ever corporate-sponsored merit badge - will soon be followed by a Girl Scout-inspired Barbie doll.
Not everyone's a fan of this partnership, as Susan Linn, a psychologist and director of the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, makes clear.
"Barbie is basically a terrible role model," she told Today. "She's not about the Girl Scouts' principles, which have to do with leadership and courage."
Kelly Parisi, spokeswoman for the Girl Scouts, disagrees.