Who's Who of Veronica Mars — W
- Wacker, Lil
Corrupt 09er parent. She might be one of these gals. She might be one of the other ladies. *shrug* Lil's found messing with lab results in 2.01 "Normal Is the Watchword."-Inigo
- Wacker, Mike
- Wacker, Steve
Neptune High student. Is supposed to replace Kelvin Moore as a linebacker when Kelvin falls victim to the drug test scam cooked up by the Boatloads of Fun Corp. shareholders. His high school football career is put on hold when Veronica Mars solves the case in 2.01 "Normal Is the Watchword."-grimsqueaker
- Wagner, Professor
Psychology professor at Hearst College. Approved by the seal of Professor Landry, Wagner is either a good psychology teacher or not interested in female students or Mindy O'Dell, and thus, he's no real competition for the smarmy criminologist. It says quite a lot about Landry — and our own cynicism — that we suspect the latter in 3.06 "Hi, Infidelity."-grimsqueaker
- Wagner, Honus
Shortstop with a hell of swing. During Wagner's esteemed major league career, most of which was with the Pittsburgh Pirates, he amassed 3,415 hits and earned a lifetime batting average of .327. In 1997, Wagner was honored as the top shortstop for Major League Baseball's "All-Time Team." Although Honus passed away in the mid-1950s, his is still a household name for baseball fans everywhere. Bad news (bears) for the kid who tries to assume it as an alias in 3.19 "Weevils Wobble But They Don't Go Down."-bethgee
Played by Cranton Arcuni.
He is already practising for his time as a grumpy retiree by chasing the kids from
his lawnthe tables, while unbeknownst to him — but beknownst to us and Keith Mars — a fugitive American heir of billions is hiding in his café in 1.21 "A Trip to the Dentist."-grimsqueaker
Played by Antonio Jaramillo.
This pumpkin carver and jilted lover shows Aaron Echolls that her well-delivered stab to his gut is both sweet revenge and a more exciting spectacle than the rosy-cheeked Christmas carolers on the balcony. She proves that Hell hath no right jab like a woman scorned in 1.10 "An Echolls Family Christmas."-topanga
Played by Alex Fatovich.
Cartoon man, frequently lost in crowds. A series of inexplicably popular children's books would feature intricately drawn crowd scenes with Waldo hiding somewhere in the midst. The point was to find Waldo, dressed in his signature red-striped shirt and hat. Veronica claims to have just found him, but with her P.I.-eye, we bet she's just kidding in 3.03 "Wichita Linebacker."-funky-donut
- Waldorf, Emily
One of the people emailing Woody Goodman. We don't know what the email was about, but perhaps she was offering Woody a discount to stay at one of her posh hotels. Or perhaps she was giving him a recipe to her namesake salad. She has a Ph.D, so maybe she's giving him some advice in public relations since being a child molester isn't exactly a vote winner in 2.21 "Happy Go Lucky."-fickledame
- The Walkmen
- Wall-Polin, Rachel
Journalist. This harpy's gift is not in speaking poniards but narrating the facts, though whether she believes Sheriff Lamb's accusations better than reportingly remains a mystery. A writer to a writer, a woman to a woman; stuffed with all honorable virtues, but for the stuffing—well, we are all fictional. Or are we? Rachel shows no marks of love for Keith in 2.05 "Blast from the Past."-marksoflove
- Wallace Fennel
- Wallace, William
The original Braveheart. He painted himself blue and wore a kilt or at least it was so in the Mel Gibson version of history. Norris has a replica of his sword. It's pointy. Veronica is impressed in 1.18 "Weapons of Class Destruction."-Inigo
- Walt Day
- See Day, Walt
- Walt Disney
- See Disney, Walt
- Walt Harvey
- See Harvey, Walt
Convenience store clerk. He sells beer and pork rinds, and Veronica learns he likes to sell condoms to college kids to reduce the population of bastard children born to morons. He also witnessed Claire in his store with a guy shortly before she was raped. Everybody's hap-py, except for Claire, in 3.04 "Charlie Don't Surf.".-topanga
Played by Lee Weaver.
- Wanda Varner
- See Varner, Wanda
- Wang Yi
- See Yi, Wang
- The Wannabes
Texas band. Favorite of Veronica Mars creator, Rob Thomas. Their lead singer happens to be named Jennings Crawford. Coincidence? Probably not. The Wannabes get the shout-out of all shout-outs by having their song, album cover, and band name all featured heavily in the plot to 2.18 "I Am God."-funky-donut
- Wapner, Judge
Television judge. Predecessor of Judge Judy and all the rest, Wapner presided with an iron gavel over The People's Court for many years before finally deciding that animals were much easier to deal with. Weevil wonders if Veronica suffered a visit to the local magistrate in 2.04 "Green-Eyed Monster."-Inigo
- Warbucks, Daddy
The surrogate father of Little Orphan Annie in the comic strip of the same name. Despite the fact that a certain juror seems much more likely to be one of the evil businessmen trying to kill Daddy Warbucks in his sleep than he does to be the sort to take in doe-eyed, orphan girls, another juror sees fit to call him this. This dubious appellation is assigned in 2.10 "One Angry Veronica."-public displays of lust
- Ward, Vivian
Quintessential hooker with a heart of gold and Madison Sinclair's, like, hero. One day, she too aspires to have some rich man pay her for sex, not allow him to kiss her, and let him parade her around like his girlfriend until they both realize they're in love. Madison wishes Dick were a little bit more like Richard Gere (and don't we all) in 2.07 "Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner."-Polter-Cow
- Warner, Jerome
Email correspondent of Dick Casablancas. We're unsure why Dick has the former senator from Nebraska in his email address book, or what interest a dead man might have in sports injuries, but perhaps the late Mr. Warner is doing a little posthumous research. Can't blame a guy for trying, though why he'd ask the young Casablancas for assistance is beyond us. We hope they both got a kick out of the email in 3.20 "The Bitch Is Back."-starxdsparrow
- Warren Buffet
- See Buffet, Warren
- Washington, George
The first POTUS and notorious cherry-tree chopper. Say that ten times fast. Dr. Kinny uses him as an example of Ye Olden Thyme Torturers, but we're sure that old Georgie boy only did it to the British and Hessians, so he might not have approved of the prisoner/guard experiment in 3.02 "My Big Fat Greek Rush Week."-alliterator
- Watkins, Dr.
Doctor. He is needed in the pediatric ICU. Is someone eating babies again? He must be bringing the ketchup in 2.20 "Look Who's Stalking."-Polter-Cow
- Waylon Smithers
- See Smithers, Waylon
- Wayne, John
The Duke. His name used to be "Marion," but he changed it to one that became so synonymous with strong stoicism and rugged individual masculinity that they named an airport after him (as well as a cancer institute after he was diagnosed with lung and stomach cancer). Veronica imitates his distinctive walk and talk in 3.15 "Papa's Cabin."-alliterator
- Wazowski, Officer
The campus security officer who reported the card fraud to Keith. We're almost certain that he's not a three-foot-tall green, tennis-ball-shaped Cyclopean monster. If he was, however, that would be pretty awesome. Wazowski probably has a fellow officer named Sullivan, and they like to scare cute little children in 3.19 "Weevils Wobble But They Don't Go Down."-alliterator
Played by Jerry Schmidt.
Señor, señora or señorita? A one-letter-changed pseudonym for the star of Wings? *shrug* This Spanish teacher should have taught Kevin Carney the difference between í and siesta. Based on his ballot paper, the lesson may need repeating in 1.06 "Return of the Kane."-Inigo, alliterator
- Webber #2,
Author of Tim's would-be study materials. Right before consulting said Webber handouts, an inquiring mind interrupts and wants to talk about a closer-to-home criminal. Tim should have stuck to his guns and with Webber in 3.15 "Papa's Cabin."-tallow
- Webbers, The
The family who bought Big D's $15,000...box? Whatever a "Pinari destro" is, they got it for only $5,000 from Kendall. Joke's on them, though: we don't even know what a "Pinari destro" is. Kendall embarrasses and then patronizes her stepson in 2.09 "My Mother, the Fiend."-alliterator
- Weber, Warren "Potsie"
Sitcom second banana. Warren "Potsie" Weber of Happy Days fame gained cred by assuming a groovy nickname and hanging with "The Fonz," a guy so effin' awesome, he wears his leather jacket to water-ski. Danny Boyd takes this term of endearment from Veronica as an insult in 3.07 "Of Vice and Men."-bethgee
- Webster, Art
Castle member, class of 1969. We bet Artie's worst crime was idolizing the like-named artist, Art Garfunkel, for the '60s were nothing if not an era of great music (and drugs). Like his mentor, young Artie aspired to be a musician; we hear he bought his first real six-string at a five and dime. Poor guy played it 'til his fingers bled. His musical career probably didn't pan out, but we'll never know, as we can't see the contents of his file in 3.20 "The Bitch Is Back."-starxdsparrow
- Webster Long
- See Long, Webster
- Weed, Mr.
Clarence Wiedman. How could we resist putting in Alicia's mishandling of his name? It's not like it's appropriate—that man is downright menacing. But Alicia is so dismissive that it adds a little fun to a nasty moment in 1.20 "M.A.D."-Inigo
- Eli "Weevil" Navarro
- Weevil's Boss
Gruff maintenance man at Hearst. He's tired of fixing the same damn furnace every year, and he's even more tired of hearing people whine about it, dammit! He leads Weevil through the murky boiler room and straight to a clue to the Dean's demise in 3.14 "Mars, Bars."-starxdsparrow
Played by Ralph P. Martin.
Veronica's e-mail buddy. Is this finally the proof that Veronica has ties to the CIA? Will she soon be a spy, traveling the world and fighting evil at all costs, together with her badass dad? Rambaldi is everywhere, even in 2.08 "Ahoy, Mateys!"-grimsqueaker
- Weiss, Mike
Student who graduates with Veronica from Neptune High. For some bizarre reason, he gets called up in his cap and gown in the middle of the Ls. Come on, NHS! You call yourself an educational establishment? Of course, we could be wrong. Maybe it was Mike Liess or some other such spelling, but since shout-outs to the production team are everywhere at the ceremony, and Mike Weiss is the name of the script coordinator, we're reckoning he's there in 2.22 "Not Pictured."-Inigo
- Weissman, Dr. Scott
Physician and bearer of bad news. Instead of being adorably geeky and a never-ending source of useful gadgets like Kevin Weisman's character on Alias, his namesake on Veronica Mars is merely dull and a never-ending source of angst for our heroine in 2.20 "Look Who's Stalking."-grimsqueaker
Played by Mel Fair.
- Welling, Tom
Best known for his role in Smallville as Clark Kent, Tom Welling is the ideal WB actor: pretty. That's pretty much it. Not known for his meaty roles, Welling also starred in Cheaper by the Dozen and will soon appear in The Fog and Cheaper by the Dozen 2. Logan, for some reason, wants Welling to play him in 2.01 "Normal Is the Watchword."-alliterator
- Wells, Stacy
Other than being a college girl, not much is known about Stacy — was she a good student, or did she get an alligator in spelling? — until that fateful frat party where someone Forget-Me-Nowed her drink, then raped her and shaved her head. We know she wanted Biblical justice on Troy, whom she thought was responsible (though she refrained from shouting his name while pumping her fists in the air). We know one other thing, too: her and that Dean kid look cute together. Or maeby not in 2.16 "The Rapes of Graff."-alliterator
Played by Alia Shawkat.
- Wells, Teri
Hearst College residential advisor and alibi for Moe. Teri was out walking alone and got a lift with Moe just before he picked up the insensible Parker. Together they took Parker back to her dorm and put her to bed, where she was subsequently raped and shaved. Sadly, we never see Teri, so we can't say whether she resembles Stacy, Orson, or Radclyffe Hall, but she's certainly one of the Wells of Loneliness in 3.02 "My Big Fat Greek Rush Week."-Inigo
Max's not-so-happy hooker with a heart of gold and multiple aliases. When she was engaged by Brian and Fred to pop Max's cherry, they had no idea that the two would connect. On a fundamental level. What followed would make Richard Gere and Julia Roberts cry, for this time round, reality set in. Pretty woman she is, but Pretty Woman she's not in 3.11 "Poughkeepsie, Tramps and Thieves."-Inigo
Played by Brianne Davis.
- Wernkey, Wally
Co-worker of Mindy O'Dell. Distanced kisses and nights spent away in hotels lead Cyrus to suspect his wife of infidelity. While he's not exactly wrong, she's not spending time with her frequent male consort Wally, who prefers an alternative lifestyle. The dean barks up the wrong fabulous tree in 3.09 "Spit & Eggs."-bethgee
- Westcott, Cathy
Played by Amber Ojeda.
- Whacker, Steve
One of the also-rans in the race for President in the 2004/05 student council elections in 1.06 "Return of the Kane."-Inigo
- Wheatherton, Kenneth
Castle member, class of 1932. '32 was a big year for evil. Hitler became a German citizen, Ghandi was arrested, and the Lindbergh baby was kidnapped. Wheatherton probably wasn't directly involved in any of those things, but who knows. There's obviously something sinister in his file in 3.20 "The Bitch Is Back."-starxdsparrow
- White, Mrs.
Played by Ruth Stehle.
- White, David
Pi Sigma Sigma fratdude. David appears cursed with the early signs of male pattern baldness. Surely his experience in Greek life will make up for the charm he lost along with his hair, though, right? He has no lines but is a winner still in 2.16 "The Rapes of Graff."-marksoflove
- White, Ellen
A Veronica alias. Ellen is a graduate student in criminology at San Diego State, originally from Koontz's home town. Stallingsburg seems to be the sort of place where Deliverance was filmed or where Clarice Starling originated. Veronica uses this nom de plume to get an audience with Koontz in 1.08 "Like a Virgin."-Inigo
- White Trash, Miss
- White, Vanna
The current hostess along with Pat Sajak of Wheel of Fortune. She's also the number
turnertoucher. Apparently, American went through a period of Vannamania. Hey, it was the Eighties! Everybody was doing it! Mary McDonald misses Vanna because of Veronica in 2.19 "Nevermind the Buttocks."-alliterator
Band with an inordinate amount of hair. Veronica jokes that David "Curly" Moran was one of their roadies, but it's a poor choice given the man's receding hairline as seen in 2.03 "Cheatty Cheatty Bang Bang."-Inigo
- Whitney Houston
- See Houston, Whitney
- Whittaker, Terry
Alias used by Keith when he calls Mr. Banks, father of Priscilla, a.k.a. Kendall. Keith claims he's a member of the Handley High Alumni Association and he's looking for Priscilla for "the big reunion." Since she was in the class of 1994, 2006 would mark the 12th year reunion, right? I know that the 10th, 20th, 25th, etc. reunions are a big deal, but the 12th? Hmmm... Lucky for Keith, Mr. Banks had no problems whatsoever buying the "big 12th year reunion" story in 2.19 "Nevermind the Buttocks."-wyk
- Wiedman Jr., Clarence
- Will Hunting
- See Hunting, Will
- William Garfield
- See Garfield, William
- William Blake
- See Blake, William
- William S. Burroughs
- See Burroughs, William S.
- William Griffen
- See Griffen, William
- William Randolph Hearst
- See Hearst, William Randolph
- William of Ockham
English philosopher. He's best known for his shaving technique, which was to just grab at his hair and pull it out. He said it was the simplest possible way to do it, as it required no hypothetical outside forces beyond the realm of reason. People called it Occam's Razor (a respelling of Ockham's name that gave it a mystical Turkish sound). Veronica leaves out the whole shaving thing when she explains it in 3.07 "Of Vice and Men."-Polter-Cow
- William Shakespeare
- See Shakespeare, William
- William Makepeace Thackeray
- See Thackeray, William Makepeace
- Williams, Sarah
Played by Jessica Chastain.
- Willie Randolph
- See Randolph, Willie
- Wills, Agent
FBI Agent assigned to finding Duncan Kane and his baby. Agent Wills is to like a bard to a warrior princess, or a camera man to a investigative reporter: a reliable sidekick, always ready to make helpful hand gestures or hack into suspects' computer accounts. Eh nac neve klat sdrawkcab, fi yrassecen, ni 2.11 "Donut Run."-grimsqueaker
Played by C.S. Keys.
- Wills, Katherine
First victim of the E-String Strangler. She died in 2001 and one can't really be snarky about that. Who are we kidding? We totally can. Rob later admitted he regretted this serial killer storyline. So do we, Rob. So do we. Katherine's body shots are seen in 1.11 "Silence of the Lamb."-wyk
- Wilson, Mr.
Wallace's Led. instructor on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 2:30-5:40 in room 365 along with . We hear he usually shows up late to class, complaining about a menacing neighbor kid his wife makes him babysit. He likes gardening, napping, iced tea, and that he only teaches half of a one-credit class. We hope Wallace doesn't have to deal with Mr. Wilson's famous temper in 3.19 "Weevils Wobble But They Don't Go Down."-starxdsparrow
- Wilson, Mr.
Client, contact, heavy breather who wants to whisper in Keith's ear? We know not. We know he calls Mars Investigations, causing Veronica to leave her laptop open to prying eyes, and he calls Neptune High just when Veronica is conning
Mrs.Ms. Hauser. He's an opportunistic telephoner in 1.17 "Kanes and Abel's" and 2.07 "Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner."-Inigo
All bios: 2.07 1.17
- Wilson Behan
- Wilson Brother
One of a pair of brothers who have both had successful acting careers. Luke is the more soulful, dreamy type, while Owen is the goofier, nuttier brother. We're betting that [Van char=Piatt,Haliie] is thinking of Owen when she calls Dick a lost Wilson brother in 3.02 "My Big Fat Greek Rush Week."-funky-donut
- Wilson, Jimmy
Underage drinker, now without the use of his legs. Though his name comes close to Jimmy Olsen, he doesn't have a signal watch for Superman to save him from oncoming traffic in 3.16 "Un-American Graffiti."-alliterator
Played by Bart Fletcher.
- Wilson, Patty
Old friend of Lianne Mars. She loves cake, giving compliments and gossipping about long-gone school affairs. She seemed to like Lianne a lot in school, but what would she think of her now? Patty is chipper in 2.09 "My Mother, the Fiend."-grimsqueaker
Played by Julie Pop.
- Wilson Stables
- See Stables, Wilson
- Wilson, Tad
Senior at Neptune High School. He is a lout, an idiot-loser-crapfaced jackass. He gave girlfriend Carmen GHB without her knowledge. He recorded her resulting uninhibited actions involving skinny-dipping with a Popsicle in a hot tub. Over a year later, when his singer/songwriter effort doesn't do the trick, he uses the recording to blackmail her into staying in the relationship. Jerk. Tuneless, talentless, brutish jerk at that. Veronica tries to ensure his comeuppance but it is Weevil who brings it home in 1.20 "M.A.D."-Inigo
Played by Jeff D'Agostino.
- Wilson, Watson
Castle member, class of 1929. Even in 1929, parents were cruel. Watson, really? Did they want him to grow up to be BFF with Sherlock Holmes? No wonder the guy had skeletons in his closet. Sadly, we never get to find out what they were in 3.20 "The Bitch Is Back."-starxdsparrow
- Winfrey, Oprah
Famous talk show host. Would Ms. Winfrey really buy Veronica's alleged love of kittens? After all, Backup is hardly a feline. Nonetheless, Veronica wants to be remembered as a cat person in 2.02 "Driver Ed," and she points out Oprah's hatred for lying liars who lie in books in 3.18 "I Know What You'll Do Next Summer."-funky-donut
All bios: 3.18 2.02
- Winkler, Professor David
- Winnie the Pooh
Charming creation of A.A. Milne until Disney went all
DalekBorg on his ass and made him cutesy. But Disney sure came up with some good tunes, to whit:
Deep in the Neptune neighborhood
Where young Veronica plays
You'll see how her dad he understood
His progeny how to raise
A warning on smoking he should tend
His baby so that she knew
Unhealthy and smelly and just foul
And nothing like Winnie the Pooh
Gave her a clue, what not to do
Grubby little stubby, that stuff is rough
'Tween farewell the moon and Winnie the Pooh
Willy nilly silly ole bear.
The honey-loving Pooh bear gets a shoutout in 2.07 "Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner."-Polter-Cow
- Winny Fenlon
- See Fenlon, Winny
A fictional founder of a fictional punk club. Winston could be real, as there is a Winston's in San Diego, and it's a club for funky punky bands to play, but as far was we know, that Winston's doesn't have a branch in Neptune. As for the guy himself, unless he's serving drinks, he stays in the background in 3.01 "Welcome Wagon."-Inigo
- Winters, Grant
Student as San Diego State and one of the Silicon Mafia. He is Liam's partner in crime and an all round asshat who thinks he is too smart to get caught by one Veronica Mars. Clearly he has no conception of the realities of serial television. His foolishness is exposed in 1.04 "The Wrath of Con."-Inigo
Played by Adam Wylie.
- Wolfcastle, Walter
Manager at Mama Mia's Pizzeria. You don't vant to end up on zis guy'z bad zite, or he vill kall you on ze vone and talk to you in a werry strikt tone, at least iv Danny'z imitashon iz any indikashon in 3.05 "President Evil."-grimsqueaker
The unknown defendant in the State v. Wolport trial. Dr. Landry is serving as an expert witness, though we don't know if he's working for the prosecution or the defense. As a professor of criminology, he might be explaining why serial killers make great cannibals or why watching Gigli over and over makes a compelling argument for an insanity plea. Wolport is discussed, but not seen, in 3.05 "President Evil."-topanga
She neither says nor reacts much when Mandy shows up to collect her stolen dog. Does she feel sad to give up her newly adopted pet, or slightly bemused that his real owner is a somewhat hysterical highschool misfit? She keeps her thoughts to herself in 1.19 "Hot Dogs."-grimsqueaker
Played by Janice McQueen.
- Woman's Studies Professor
A member of the jury, we the people. Wait, that was the constitution. Oh well. She's also a professor at Hearst and recommends that Veronica apply for a scholarship there. Veronica's less than enthusiastic in 2.10 "One Angry Veronica."-alliterator
Played by Michael Hyatt.
- Wonka, Willy
An eccentric candymaker — but which version do you like best? The wise, witty, and weird Wonka in Roald Dahl's book? Gene Wilder's mad-as-a-hare version? Or Johnny Depp's big-toothed version with daddy issues? Thankfully, we don't have to choose in 2.01 "Normal Is the Watchword."-alliterator
- Wood, Evan Rachel
Actress. She's best known for her roles in Thirteen, a Holly Hunter drama not to be confused with the horror flick Thirteen Ghosts; Once and Again, a short-lived Sela Ward series not to be confused with shorter-lived sci-fi drama Now and Again; and "Wake Me Up When September Ends," a Green Day music video not to be confused with landmark Guns N' Roses music video "November Rain." Now, she's all set to play "Veronica" in The Aaron Echolls Story. We think she's too old for the part, though. Is an eighteen-year-old playing seventeen really believable? Trina provides the casting spoiler in 2.09 "My Mother, the Fiend."-Polter-Cow
- Woodhouse, Emma
Titular heroine of the Jane Austen novel. Privileged, talented, and beautiful, Emma spent her days concocting generally disastrous matchmaking, taking care of her father, helping the less fortunate, jumping to conclusions, and sticking her nose where it didn't belong. We're not sure what could have prompted Logan to compare her to Veronica in 3.06 "Hi, Infidelity."-misskiwi
- Woods, Cherie
- Woods, Nathan
- Woody Goodman
- Wordsworth, William
English poet. He wandered lonely as a cloud amongst a host of golden daffodils. Was he the first environmentalist? All Mr. Daniels would tell us is that he comes after Shakespeare in 1.07 "The Girl Next Door."-Inigo
- Wrangler, Lindsey
All bios: 2.15 1.12
- Wrest, Richard
Castle member, class of 1931. I don't know what his secret confession contained, but I bet the Castle had difficulty wresting it from him. Hahaha! ...What? Have you seen how many of these damn names there were? Cut us some slack, here. Richard probably wouldn't appreciate the pun either in 3.20 "The Bitch Is Back."-misskiwi
- Wright, Leroy
Founder of Camp SelfQuest. His name came up in an Internet search into the camp under the entry "Camp Director - Leroy Wright - founder of Camp SelfQuest. Leroy underwent his own transformation as a young teen." He reportedly said that if a Camp SelfQuest had been around when he was a kid, he would've been saved years of sin. Instead, Mr.
Wrong RightWright has turned into a gay-bashing, money-grubbing, death-inducing man of a seemingly vicious deity. Yay? This wankerupstanding member of society gets mercifully short shrift in 2.08 "Ahoy, Mateys!"-Inigo
- Wright, Orville
Co-inventor of the airplane, along with his brother. Together, they flew across the country, fighting evil, saving people, hunting things. No, wait, my bad. That was the Winchester brothers. The Wright brothers just made planes. Orville would be proud of Wallace's dedication in 3.19 "Weevils Wobble But They Don't Go Down."-alliterator
One of the usernames Lucky used to email Woody Goodman. Lucky must be a closet Stephen Colbert fan, since his attitude towards Woody is, "Right or wong, I'm right and you're wrong!" Well, Woody's in for a steaming cup of truth in 2.21 "Happy Go Lucky."-alliterator
- Wu, Mr.
- Wuornos, Aileen
Serial killer. While she was working as a prostitute in Florida, Aileen Wuornos killed seven men over the course of one year. She was caught, tried, and eventually put to death in 2002. Her final words were, "I'd just like to say I'm sailing with the Rock, and I'll be back like Independence Day with Jesus, June 6, like the movie, big mothership and all. I'll be back." Despite that (or maybe because of it?), Wuornos was one of Professor Hank Landry's examples of a serial killer who blended into society in 3.13 "Postgame Mortem."-starxdsparrow