In Kansas City we have our own little commercial child. It’s commercials for the Kansas City cardiac center at the North Kansas City Hospital. The commercial starts out with a little boy named Charlie (who looks like Harry Potter, except he had light brown hair) who’s making a valentine out of construction paper at his desk (he’s probably 10 or 11 years old). The teacher in the front of the room says, “Charlie, time’s up…” for he’s the only one in the room and the class is over. Charlie goes up to her desk with the valentine behind him and then shows her the valentine, which is a replica of a human heart. She beams at him, all surprised. He points to a blue streak and says, “This is the left ventricle.” then looks at the camera and smiles. The last shot shows him and the teacher walking down the hallway. And there’s this song in the background, an Oldies song, but I’m not sure of the name of it (any Kansas City Dopers who have seen this commercial know of the song?). But the weird thing is, that Charlie looks like a kid I would find revolting, like the Welsh juice girl. But I think he’s so adorable, the way he smiles proudly (and not snooty, either) at the camera. It must be because he looks like Harry Potter. He’s also featured on the screens at the movie theater before the movie starts (where they have trivia and advertisements).