N.M.E. Sales Guy

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N.M.E. Sales Guy
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Official artwork of the Sales Guy in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
Details
Debut Episode Kirby Comes to Cappy Town
Main Role Villain and supporting character
Other Appearance(s) Kirby Mass Attack (cameo)
Similar Characters Nightmare
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The N.M.E. Sales Guy (Customer Service in Japan) is a villain in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. He is the salesman of NightMare Enterprises. The Salesguy brings in money for the company by selling monsters across the universe. His main customer throughout the course of the series is King Dedede. Dedede often refuses to pay for his monsters, though, even causing the Sales Guy to send a ghost to collect the funds. He is able to serve customers 24 hours 7 days a week. In the episode "Dedede's Raw Deal", Dedede calls him during his lunch break, making it odd as when Dedede meets him in person in the finale, the Sales Guy reveals that there are no kitchens in Nightmare's fortress. The Sales Guy enjoys having an audience, putting on dramatic displays, not caring what the audience thinks of him.

The Sales Guy often cheats his customers out. In rare cases, he helps Dedede create plots to eliminate Kirby, often not any better than Dedede's own plans. In the dub, the Sales Guy's personality is like a stereotypical salesmen, unlike the Japanese version where he acts polite to his customers. He is loyal to his boss, Nightmare. In the dub, he is voiced by Dan Green and in the original, he is voiced by Banjou Ginga.


Appearance

The Sales Guy is humanoid in appearance. He has a long chin and pale gray skin. His hair color is purple and green, and he wears large orange sunglasses. His suit is dark blue with a bright orange shirt and pink tie. In the finale episode, he is revealed to have short, Kirby-like feet with no legs; he is first seen fully in the episode "The Kirby Quiz," but the fact that he is wearing a kimono and that he is on a pillow make it seem that he is sitting as opposed to standing.