|This character exists primarily within the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog continuity.|
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
|Alignment and character traits|
Money, Talking, Saying the word "Palsy," Making deals, lying to people, Selling things, Scamming people
Being poor, Being robbed, Being annoyed, telling the truth, being deceived/tricked, and money back guarantees on his merchandise, Refunds
|Skills, abilities and powers|
Convincing people to buy his merchandise, Getting out of sales trouble, Contortionist, Jumping around the room, Selling stuff
Wes Weasely is a character from the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog TV series.
Robotnik despises Wes due to many of Wes's products backfiring on him. However, his minions continue to purchase from Weasley. Despite all the trouble that usually coincide with the products. One time, Coconuts went on a shopping spree and forwarded all of the payments to Robotnik without his knowing.
On one occasion, Wes Weasley pretended to be limo-jacked by Scratch and Grounder and hosted a Hero of the Year ceremony for Sonic so that Dr. Robotnik could capture him, all for a Shopping Channel.
Wes Weasely is energetic and charming, but also an unscrupulous salesman, who does not really care who he sells to as long as he makes money. However, but he is quick to leave if things start going wrong. He acts like a quick-talking salesman, often speaking in word salad and constantly over-selling his products, some of which work, others of which do not, all to his knowledge. He feels no remorse for selling to villains or working against villains with Sonic, his side is the side that benefits him the most and gives him the least danger.
- Wes Weasely's mannerisms are based on those of comedian Phil Silvers.
- Wes Weasely is voiced by Michael Donovan, but Tony Rosato and James Rankin (Luigi and Cheatsy Koopa from The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 respectively) were considered for the role.