Glad to see it. I think he's funny.
Mr. Six is one of the few things that the old regime (or its agency) got right. That guy became an icon in no time flat, and eliminating him is the one thing that Shapiro's crew got really wrong.
I agree 1000%. EVERYONE knew who Mr. Six was, or at least knew who the "dancing old man" was, and they could sing the song. You can't buy that kind of recognition.
Actually, that's exactly what they were buying. :)
There was also a pretty funny Mr. Six clip on Robot Chicken this past weekend.
Well, that's what you are HOPING you are buying when you launch an ad campaign. Success rates vary, you know...
I thought you were just going to say that Paul Ruben appeared on another television show.
I was thinking the same Giga before I clicked.
[url][url]Good to see Dominic Chianese is still getting work.
I LOVE Mr. Six. They should change his name to Mr. SEXY!
I was very disappointed when they got rid of him. It's nice to see him return.
I hate Mr. Six. I hate everything about him. He's annoying and ugly and foolish. In other words, he's a great idea from a marketing standpoint.
They told us this at No Coaster. They said he'd be a wandering character in the parks this year. He'll walk around like an elderly person until the music comes on and he'll start dancing. Apparently he'll talk too.
AWESOME, Jason Hammond! That might get me back to a SF park. I always thought that they should use Mr. Six as a wandering character.Last edited by LostKause, Sunday, February 8, 2009 2:57 PM
I'm actually a little spooked by Mr. Six. LOL
I'm surprised the reps from Great Adventure didn't say anything at Eastcoaster.
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