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Not to be confused with the cog move Double Talk.
- Loopy Lane
- Silly Street
- Lighthouse Lane
- Maple Street
- Tenor Terrace
- Polar Place
- Lullaby Lane
- Cog Building
- "You're not going to like my double play."
- "I'm going to give you double the trouble."
- "You may want to double up against me."
- "You may want to double think this."
- "Doubles anyone??"
- "Get ready for a double TAKE."
- "I'm gonna give you double the trouble."
- "I serve a mean double-DECKER."
- "It's time to do some double-dealing."
- "See if you can stop my double-cross."
- "I plan to do some double dipping."
Cog suit promotion
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- A double talker is a person who says one thing, but means another, to get you to do what they want.
- This cog has a fairly similar face to the Two-Face (the difference between the Two-Face's faces and the Double Talker's is that the Two-Face has a smile showing its teeth, while the Double Talker has a frown, but a bigger, closed frown than the Double Talker.)
- The Double Talker's Bounce Check and Rubber Stamp are some of the weakest cog moves.
- The Double Talker, Two-Face, and The Mingler all have the same head mesh.
- The Double Talker trading card is one of the few cog trading cards where the toons and cogs are not fighting.
- Double Talkers can be seen in the Tug of War game.
- Double Talker promotions are the same as Mover & Shaker, Bean Counter and Pencil Pusher promotions.
- The Double Talker's phrase "I plan to do some DOUBLE DIPPING" could be a reference to these things. a) dipping a chip or side dish, and taking a bite and dipping again (very unsanitary and impolite). b) An anti-toon weapon in the movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" called dip, one of the "two ways to kill toons" in the movie.
- On the Double Talker trading card, the cog's face has a happy face instead of a frown, and a face showing that the cog is disgusted by the toon. He also has a suit that is purple, making it appear like a Two-Face instead of a Double Talker.
- This cog is the one of the four cogs with two faces, the others being the Two-Face, the Vice President, and the Chief Executive Officer.
- Double Talkers are weak against Rakes, as they smack them right between all four eyes.
- The Double Talker has 6 cog moves. This makes them the cog with the most attacks.
|Levels||1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 • 11 • 12|
|Bossbots||Flunky • Pencil Pusher • Yesman • Micromanager • Downsizer • Head Hunter • Corporate Raider • The Big Cheese • Chief Executive Officer|
|Lawbots||Bottom Feeder • Bloodsucker • Double Talker • Ambulance Chaser • Back Stabber • Spin Doctor • Legal Eagle • Big Wig • Chief Justice|
|Cashbots||Short Change • Penny Pincher • Tightwad • Bean Counter • Number Cruncher • Money Bags • Loan Shark • Robber Baron • Chief Financial Officer|
|Sellbots||Cold Caller • Telemarketer • Name Dropper • Glad Hander • Mover & Shaker • Two-Face • The Mingler • Mr. Hollywood • Vice President|
|Other||Skelecog • Virtual skelecog • Version 2.0 Cog • Cog Waiter • Goon|