The god Olmec was once worshipped by millions of people of the Mayan civilization. Connecting physical and spiritual worlds, he presided over his followers with stern discipline. He was always benevolent, but great sacrifices were made to a statue to represent him. He was the bringer of knowledge to mankind, having brought learning, the Mayan calendar, maize and cocoa to mankind and controlling night and day.
3,000 years later, he served as an announcer/gimmick of a second-rate game show for children.