Going back through the Season 2 Episodes of PitchMen , there's one kid and one product that stands out. It's on Season 2, Episode 2: "Heart Wrench:"
If the episode's title isn't haunting enough, then you'll discover the little kid who's asking Sully to sign his excuse note is 16 at the time - a man trapped in a boy's body. With numerous heart surgeries stunting his growth and more on the way, Hunter has learned to fight for everything - look how he takes on Sully - and appreciate every moment.
Here's where the heart wrenching comes in: we can't find the product online. We've checked shopping networks, search engines, social sites and more with no luck. We're waiting for Select-a-Wrench to come out, but it's not looking good. We get a little more scared in the because, in the episode, Sully's co-hort points out that he swears he's seen the invention before. Here are a couple products that are similar in function to the Select-a-Wrench:
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Before I'd ever use a product like Dr. Ho's Back Belt, I would consult my chiropractor - who I haven't seen in awhile. What we found is that most people wouldn't take such an approach...
I would swear that the NutriBullet is just a Magic Bullet with a different plastic skin and fonts & iconography. I assume that if I want to make veggie smoothies I could just use a Magic Bullet, but apparently I can't. Or something like that. I'm still looking.
This is one of those times where my grandfather bought something he wanted to see on TV and it was a great idea. I went into the garage and click the switch when I realized the light-bulb didn't look like an ordinary light-bulb.
With so many acne products out and about, on television, on the shelves, at the impulse counter, next to the Redbox and vending machines...It's enough to make one wonder as to why the competition is so fierce. Is it because no single product works well enough? Or is it because people have a hard time telling which product works for them. Maybe Neutrogena is onto something with the SkinID.
Awesome Auger - Was It PitchMen's Billy Mays that Made it Awesome? Or was it Awesome Auger inventor Tommie Matasko and his inspiring story that lead to the Auger's invention? Please visit the As Seen on TV Life Summary Review and find out.
Before Vince came out with his copycat ShamWOW and his Time/Life operator headphones, there was a super-absorbent cloth that took care of the chills and spills your clumsy day created. And all you needed to know was that Billy Mays thought it was awesome.