The toons arrive from the elevator to see the Vice President promoting cogs to official Sellbot cogs, and they are the next to get promoted to a Sellbot. The toons in disguise split into two groups and walk down the ramp. The VP greets the cogs, not knowing that they are actually toons. A certain toon, locked in a cage, suddenly interrupts the Vice President, asking for the toons' help in defeating the boss. The VP realizes that the cogs are toons and removes their disguises in a cloud of smoke.
The VP summons some cogs from its undercarriage, which the toons must defeat. Sellbots with levels ranging from level one to twelve come out of the undercarriage. Very often, the first round begins a level one Cold Caller along with a level twelve Mr. Hollywood.
When one side of the cogs is defeated, the cage lowers slightly. When both sides are completed, the caged toon exclaims that the VP is trying to get away while he rolls up to the higher platform.
The Vice President slowly goes up on the ramp that was first defeated, going to the elevator area. Coming in contact with the VP results in a loss of one laff point. When the VP finally reaches the elevator area, the skelecog round begins. The toons are once again split into two groups and must defeat Sellbot skelecogs that range from levels eight to twelve. When one side of the cogs is defeated, the cage lowers. When both sides are completed, the cage becomes lowered enough for the pie round.
Vice President battle
The caged toon states that when toons jump to reach the bottom of the cage, they receive an unlimited arsenal of cream pies. They must hurl the cream pies into the Vice President's undercarriage when it opens, which stuns it. When it is stunned, they must hurl pies at its head or in its stomach area, which pushes it back. The goal is to stun and push the VP enough that he falls over the edge of the platform it is standing on. However, the VP tries to attack the toons when it is not stunned and also attempts to drive back up to the top. If a toon gets hit by a cream pie, they are healed one laff point.
Vice President's moves
The Vice President has many special attacks it can use:
- Throw Gears - The Vice President will look at the targeted toon and hurl multiple gears to the toon. Being hit by the gears will deduct three laff. They can be avoided by jumping or moving out of the way.
- Gear Shower - The Vice President will twirl around, causing a shower of gears to hit the toon. Being hit by the shower will deduct three laff. It will use this after it wakes up from being stunned.
- Jump - The Vice President will jump, which deducts ten laff. This can only be avoided by jumping when it jumps.
- Undercarriage gears - Gears will fly out from its undercarriage, which will deduct two laff. This can be avoided by jumping or moving out of the way.
- Swipe - The Vice President will sit down and swipe at the toon nearby, deducting five laff. This usually happens when one runs into the VP.
End of the battle
All of the toons gather near the cage. The cage opens, and the shopkeeper walks out and rewards the toons with their SOS card. They also receive their cog suit promotion from the Vice President.
Operation: Storm Sellbot
- Main article: Operation: Storm Sellbot
During the Storm Sellbot, any toon - regardless of whether they have membership or the cog suit or not, the latter of which was given a rental cog suit - were able to enter Sellbot Towers. At this time, cogs summoned by the Vice President could not go higher than level five, and it dealt less damage to toons.
- The Name Dropper statues in the front of the towers' entrance are also featured in the boss floor of 2+ story cog buildings.