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Terry Tibbs
Terry Tibbs
Full name: Terrance Tibbs
Gender: Male
Eye colour: Blue
Hair: Bald
Occupation: Car salesman
Catchphrases: "Talk to Me"
"Beautiful"
"Thank-you Goodnight..."
"...Much Love"
Appearances
№ of episodes: 17
Fonejacker: Series 1, Episode 1
Series 1, Episode 2
Series 1, Episode 3
Series 1, Episode 4
Series 1, Episode 5
Series 1, Episode 6
Christmas Special
Series 2, Episode 1
Series 2, Episode 2
Series 2, Episode 3
Series 2, Episode 4
Series 2, Episode 5
Series 2, Episode 6
Facejacker: Series 1, Episode 1
Series 1, Episode 2
Series 1, Episode 3
Series 1, Episode 4
Series 1, Episode 5

Terrance "Terry" Tibbs (born 1959) is a car salesman from Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire who phones people from his office in London asking about items which they are selling. He also makes appearances on television programmes. Tibbs appeared in both Fonejacker and Facejacker.

Personal lifeEdit

Terry first met a stripper in Munich[1]. Terry then dated a 63 year old Swedish woman but their relationship broke up when he later discovered she had testicles[2]. Terry has been married six times and is unaware of how many children he has, however, one of his sons, Lionel Tibbs, can be seen in the first, third and fourth episode of Facejacker. He did marry an underage female when he was drunk in Ukraine and was subsequently prosecuted and spent some time in prison. Terry met his first wife while he was working as a door-to-door fireplace seller, silent and meek were his only given descriptions about her[3]. His second wife was called Esmerelda[4] and according to Terry she was a bad driver[1]. His fourth wife was called Trudy[1]. No description was given about his other wives. Terry participated in a voice ID parade conducted by Detective Horace Von Khute when Von Khute was investigating a Ugandan scammer (George Agdgdgwngo), Terry was number 2 in the parade and he was found not guilty[5]. Terry has also participated in a Fonejacker DVD commentary, he provided the commentary for Series 1, Episode 1.

Personal facts
  • He plays golf.[6]
  • He likes motifs on products he buys.[6]
  • He owned five Maseratis in the 1970s.[2]

MerchandiseEdit

Terry has also produced various merchandise.

  • How to do business with Terry Tibbs (CD)
  • How to do business with Terry Tibbs (7" gramaphone record)
  • Tibbs, Thank You and Good Night (Book)

BusinessEdit

Terry is a self-employed car salesman whose showroom (and office) is located in London, he sold his first Jaguar in 1982 [1]. He owns his own business and for a short while he employed George Agdgdgwngo as security [5]. He occasionally employs his son, Lionel[7].

BuyingEdit

Although Terry is a self-employed car salesman he often ventures into buying various items (by phone) and uses his catchphrase "...talk to me" to obtain an instant description of the item from the seller.


Items he's enquired about
  • Bronze salmon sculpture
  • Camper van
  • Coffin
  • Firework display
  • Fridge-freezer
  • Hi-Fi cabinet
  • Italian fireplace
  • Maserati 3200
  • Rolls-Royce Silver Spur
  • Ten foot paddling pool
  • Wooden ladders

Television appearancesEdit

Terry Tibbs has made a few appearances on well know television programmes, although he's not very experienced as he's sworn on television, told children to use a deep voice when using their parents credit cards when buying something on Price-drop tv and he used chips he bought to pass them off as his own creation on the Channel 4 programme Come Dine With Me. In the fourth episode of Facejacker Terry with his son Lionel presented his own programme called Lizard's Lair which has a very similar format to the BBC's programme "Dragons' Den".

His television appearances
1 Price-drop tv Facejacker: Episode 1
2 Come Dine With Me Facejacker: Episode 2
3 Secret Millionaire Facejacker: Episode 5

ReferencesEdit

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