Anyone who names all of their kids "George" obviously has one-track sensibilities and a one-note personality. He might be able to push Foreman Grills as a convenient tabletop producer of tasty sandwiches, but he could never conceive or promote a kitchen gadget as diverse and versatile as this 5-in-1 Griddler. Five different cooking functions, one piece of equipment. George's mind would be blown. It would be like making him adopt a Sam, a Marcus, and a Cornelius. (Cornelius would eat his big toe to be adopted by George Foreman, by the way; too bad I am destroying any chance of that ever happening by mocking the boxing titan here.)
The 5-in-1 Griddler sits on kitchen countertops (or coffee tables, or firm dorm room mattresses) and, with its removable and reversible non-stick cooking plates, segues between contact grill, panini press, full grill, full griddle, and half grill/half griddle. A floating cover adjusts to food's thickness, so you'll be able to smash a grilled cheese and sizzle fat lamb burger with equal bombness.