OTT West Coast: Jon Lettis

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Name: Jon Lettis
Aliases: Lettis
Occupation: Sales/Cougar hunting
Trademark: Combover, huge calves, Popeye forearms, wide array of boat shoes
Lives: Across the street from some bath house in San Francisco

Jon Lettis is one of the most dedicated members of the Trax Pack and a lover of the Cool/Tool segment. Lettis is a successful businessman that lives in California, but was formerly T’s go-to wingman while living in New Jersey. Females often ask Lettis and T if they’re brothers — with T being the older, taller, better looking brother (obviously). Lettis’ ability to attract cougars, Asians, and large chested women (not all three at the same time. But wouldn’t that be something?) is widely known and respected. Despite this uncanny knack in the sack, Cole Steele and T called Lettis’ sexuality into question on more than one occasion (Episode 12) because of his love of gay bars and wineries.

Lettis is in fact very hetero, and was a frat boy, rugby player, and football player in college. Despite the fact he rarely ever works out, he sports an imposing physical physique with calves that Johnny Drama would drool over (It’s not a tool comment if you actually watch Entourage). Jon’s machismo attitude and stone cold demeanor is something that is sorely missed by his friends Rhyno, Cole Steele, and T, who often get emotional about their shortcomings with women.

Jon is very demanding — much like a chick — and once attempted to send back a breakfast sandwich because it didn’t have ketchup on it. Jon roots for the Giants, drinks Jameson like its his second job, and never allows girls to get the best of him. Expect much more of Lettis in the episodes to come.

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