Basic information
Type: Bossbot
Lowest level: 3
Highest level: 7
Attack information
Number of attacks: 4
Weakest attack: Razzle Dazzle
Strongest attack: Synergy
Lowest damage: 1
Highest damage: 8
Average damage: 3.4
Statistics based on attack damage.
Preceded by:

Pencil Pusher

Succeeded by:


Fun cannot exist without order.
See also: Category:Yesman

A Yesman is the third Cog on the Bossbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from three to seven. They often appear in Toontown Central, Donald's Dock, Daisy Gardens, Minnie's Melodyland, The Brrrgh, Donald's Dreamland, and always appear in those locations during Yesman invasions.



Rubber Stamp
Target Single Toon
Level 3 4 5 6 7
Damage 2 2 3 3 4
Accuracy 75 75 75 75 75
Usage 35 35 35 35 35
Razzle Dazzle
Target Single Toon
Level 3 4 5 6 7
Damage 1 1 1 1 1
Accuracy 50 50 50 50 50
Usage 25 20 15 10 5
Target Group
Level 3 4 5 6 7
Damage 4 5 6 7 8
Accuracy 50 60 70 80 90
Usage 5 10 15 20 25
Tee Off
Target Single Toon
Level 3 4 5 6 7
Damage 3 3 4 4 5
Accuracy 50 60 70 80 90
Usage 35 35 35 35 35

Cog Disguise Promotions

  • Level 3 - 260 Stock Options
  • Level 4 - 340 Stock Options
  • Level 5 - 420 Stock Options
  • Level 6 - 500 Stock Options
  • Level 7 - 2100 Stock Options

Battle Starting Phrases

  • "You need some positive enforcement."
  • "I haven't been wrong yet."
  • "Want to meet? I say yes, anytime."
  • "I won't take no for an answer."
  • "I'll be sure to end this on a positive note."
  • "I'm positive you're not going to like this."
  • "I'm confirming our meeting time."
  • "I don't know the meaning of no."

Battle Rejecting Phrases

  • "Yesman says NO."

Name Meaning

  • A person who always seems to agree with his supervisor or manager to gain prestige with them, normally making the business weaker because it does not have opinions from all places.
  • A Yes-Man is someone who agrees with anything with his or her supervisor, superior, etc., despite any attitude they express.


  • The Yesman is statistically the weakest Cog, along with the Flunky.
  • They were the first Cog to canonically appear in Toontown and the first to make Slappy go sad.
    • A level 3 Yesman used "Positive Reinforcement" on Slappy, making him go sad (and making Slappy the first ever Toon to go sad) after which he threatened Flippy with it. This started the war between the Toons and the Cogs.
  • The Yesman has an identical face to the Glad Hander and Mr. Hollywood. The original Toontown Online Team said that this was because cogs wanted to save parts, hence the three Cogs having different head sizes. The difference besides this was that Yesmen are Bossbots while Glad Handers and Mr. Hollywoods are Sellbots.
  • There is a removed attack called "Cigar Smoke" that was for the Yesman. The move animation is the Cog smoking a cigar and blowing the smoke into the Toon's face. There is an obvious reason why Disney removed this because it is not family friendly, so it can be less likely that this will be added in Toontown Rewritten.
  • It is the only Bossbot with a group attack, which is Synergy.
  • Ironically, if a Toon attempts to battle a Yesman while he is walking into a building, he may answer with the phrase, "Yesman says, 'NO.'"
  • This was the first Cog to appear in Toontown Rewritten. He was defeated by Flippy, after he made Slappy go sad.
  • In the phase files, modifying the texture for the Yesman's face, modifies the Mr. Hollywood face.

Originally Posted by joey19982 (Sir Max) on 04-28-2014, 10:14 PM
Originally Posted by ProfessorFelix on 04-28-2014, 02:34 PM
By any chance did anyone notice the screenshot of the Lava room had the nametag of an NPC called "McQuack Senior" on it? Could that mean Scrooge McDuck? He was very important to (accidentally) making the first Cogs. But he was reported to not being seen since the elections...
Also, I figured out why the very first Cog was a Yesman? If you watch the old Toontown intro video, you'll see that the first Cog off the conveyor belt is a Yesman! IT ALL MAKES SENSE! LIKE A JIGSAW PUZZLE!
Although I would have preferred it if it was a Mr. Hollywood because that Yesman seemed very tall, plus it's stronger.
McQuack is the name of one of the developer's toons. That was just him being silly. Also, developer screenshots are non-canon. (Meaning they don't apply to the storyline.)
Also, you're right! We chose a Yesmen because it was the first cog created in the original intro video. As you said it could have been a Mr. Hollywood as well, but we didn't want the first cog to be too strong so that the invasion can get harder as it goes on, and also so that he wouldn't be scary enough that it would seem out of place for Slappy to greet him without fear.


The Cogs
FlunkyPencil PusherYesmanMicromanagerDownsizerHead Hunter
Corporate RaiderThe Big Cheese Chief Executive Officer
Bottom FeederBloodsuckerDouble TalkerAmbulance ChaserBack StabberSpin Doctor
Legal EagleBig Wig Chief Justice
Short ChangePenny PincherTightwadBean CounterNumber CruncherMoney Bags
Loan SharkRobber Baron Chief Financial Officer
Cold CallerTelemarketerName DropperGlad HanderMover & ShakerTwo-Face
The MinglerMr. Hollywood Vice President
GoonsSkelecogsVirtual SkelecogsVersion 2.0 Cogs
Director of Ambush MarketingThe Chairman
Building-only Cogs Boss
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