He has the big smile, the big laugh and catchlines
like "rock'n'roll" football - he's one of the world's best salesmen.
The actors are entertaining, exactly mimicking the characters in the television programme, and all the catchlines
are featured from Peso's ''flappety flippers'' to Tweak's "buncha munchy crunchy carrots".
My wife says these are random catchlines
gleaned from re-runs of cult sci-fi series, Star Trek, which are useless.
That was made possible by the recent connection of the "backside catchlines
," trails that form ski area boundaries on the south side of the mountain off the Summit chairlift.
But common to all - along with punchy catchlines
like 'dare to be different' - is the feel of intimacy and care for the customer.
And we are looking for your memories of the great funny men and women and their memorable gags and catchlines
The set centred around a 50s underground jazz cafe, with Donovan mockingly whispering catchlines
such as `cool cats' against hanging portraits of famous beat writers.
Frank, whose catchlines
are ``It's a cracker'' and ``It's the way I tell 'em'', let slip about his I'm a Celebrityappearance when appearing on Tam Cowan's Offside show on BBC Scotland.
Bruce Forsyth was popular with impersonators but his jutting jaw, nauseous catchlines
and the fact he stole Anthea from me puts him high on my list.
Nestle's 'Not for Girls' push for Yorkie attracted 129 complaints of sexism to make it the fourth most vilified campaign, while Shepherd Neame's Bottle of Britain push behind Spitfire beer, which included catchlines
such as 'No nazi aftertase', provoked 66 complaints, to come in at number seven in the ASA's annual list.
The other two posters have catchlines
which will surely deflate some testy do-gooders.
Shafted so wants to be The Weakest Link it hurts but lacks that hit show's simplicity, catchlines
and the commanding presence of the ginger witch.