Consider yourself, well in. Replace the Yorkshire accent with a Cockney one and Josh Hodgson is the Artful Dodger.
If you don't know who he is, ask your parents. Or your grandparents.
Hodgson's becoming a human embodiment of the Charles Dickens character from Oliver Twist.
He produced two one-on-one strips in the first half that would make him look right at home as a London pickpocket in the 19th century.
Hodgson was masterful, with Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart calling it his best performance of the season.
While Munster brought the one-on-one strip into vogue, Hodgson has made an art of it and seems to get one every week.
He came from the field late in the game with an ankle problem, but Stuart felt he should be fine.
The Raiders mentor was also full of praise for halfback Aidan Sezer's game management in steering the Green Machine to a comfortable win despite playing the final 21 minutes with 12 men.
"I've had a big week with Aidan Sezer and I thought that was probably his best game for the club," Stuart said.
"It was wonderful and I think it was Josh Hodgson's best game for the season.
"Those two controlled proceedings so well."
If anyone knows what a broken record is, it's exactly what Raiders co-captain Jarrod Croker sounds like.
Not a week goes by without him seemingly setting one.
Croker became the Raiders' all-time leading try scorer with 121 - moving past Jason Croker's previous mark - and he also became the youngest player to score 1900 points.
It took 28 years and 306 days, as well as 246 NRL games.
Given he's got plenty of time left in the game, the sky's the limit.
And that sky is Cameron Smith's all-time point-scoring record.