Bobby Renzobbi is a television spokesman who promotes a variety of odd products.
Bobby is a middle-aged man with a long nose, receding hairline, and a scruffy, dark brown, almost black beard. In an attempt to make use of what hair he still has, he's tied the back of it into a small pony-tail. He has very hairy forearms, left plainly visible by his bright yellow polo shirt. It's adorned with a name-tag labeled "BoBBY." A simple belt helps constrain his gut, and keep up his dark blue-jeans.
- His name may be a reference to the supervising producer, Rob Renzetti.
- It is highly implied that Bobby might be a parody of the late television spokesperson, Billy Mays.
- "Bobby Renzobbi once sold a really cheap tennis racket called 'WHAT A RACKET!,' which had overly tight strings that popped and blinded a few people, resulting in lawsuits. He is always days away from prison." 
- Coincidentally, "WHAT A RACKET!" is one of Stanley's failed products.