Fictional Characters by Letter - W

Name these fictional characters whose names start with the letter W.
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Last updated: December 3, 2019
First submittedAugust 22, 2013
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Hint
Character
Chocolate factory owner
Willy Wonka
Hunts the roadrunner
Wile E. Coyote
Has an adamantium skeleton
Wolverine
Snoopy's bird friend
Woodstock
Toy Story cowboy
Woody
Heroine with a truth lasso
Wonder Woman
Christopher Robin's bear
Winnie-the-Pooh
Magical friend of Buffy
the Vampire Slayer
Willow Rosenberg
Will gladly pay you Tuesday
for a hamburger today
Wimpy
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Character
"I'm melting! Melting!"
Wicked Witch
of the West
Mr. Burns's groveling assistant
Waylon Smithers
Meth maker of New Mexico
Walter White
Daughter of Morticia, sister of Pugsley
Wednesday Addams
Parties on with Garth
Wayne Campbell
Volleyball from Cast Away
Wilson
Peter Pan's girlfriend?
Wendy Darling
Wife of Fred, mother of Pebbles
Wilma Flintstone
Robot who tries to clean the
Earth for human's return
WALL-E
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Level 67
Apr 12, 2014
Really good quiz.. Wimpy was definitively the hardest one to find.
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Level 78
Nov 11, 2016
Hardest to find? Mr Burns and Buffy's friend were the ones I didn't know, but I didn't try to find them. The answer will be shown when the quiz is over.
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Level 69
Mar 29, 2018
Find?
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Level 78
Jul 18, 2018
I found Wimpy. He was hanging out at the "Spree Lunch" diner with Olive Oyl.
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Level 60
Apr 12, 2014
Who/what is wimpy? I feel dumb asking but I seriously have no idea.
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Level 45
Apr 12, 2014
He was a character in the old Popeye cartoons/comic strip. His tag line was "I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today".
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Level 49
Apr 14, 2014
He was also in the live action movie with Robin Williams as Popeye. He wears a tie and bowler hat.
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Level 83
May 28, 2014
I know who he is, but I don't know his name.
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Level 77
Apr 12, 2014
It took me forever. All I could think was "Smithers doesn't begin with a 'W'!"
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Level 3
Apr 13, 2014
me too
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Level 60
Nov 11, 2016
haha me too
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Level 50
Apr 27, 2015
Fictional!?!
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Level 82
Nov 11, 2016
Ha! Nice.
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Level 83
Dec 31, 2015
"for human's return" - should either be "for humans' return" (to be plural, "human's" is singular) or "for humanity's return" perhaps?
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Level 41
Jan 19, 2016
I second this.
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Level 71
Jan 21, 2016
Thirded! Thought I'd be the only one twitching at this. ;)
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Level 64
Nov 11, 2016
On first glance, I thought it said "human's rectum." That was...puzzling.
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Level 47
Dec 31, 2015
Witch of the west should be accepted. I typed that in, then was very irritated when it didn't work and "wicked witch" did.
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Level 63
Jun 17, 2016
I know just "Coyote" doesn't include a W but maybe it should be accepted like that as some last names are (e.g. for the Simpsons question). I know it's not a last name but please? :)
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Level 70
Nov 11, 2016
Agreed. Or at least accept more spellings. I tried Willy Coyote, Will E. Coyote, Willie Coyote,...
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Level 65
Nov 11, 2016
It's a pun - Wile. E = Wily. It's stupid, I know, but it does sound different than "Willy".
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Level 21
Oct 26, 2016
Can you accept "witch of the west" for "Wicked Witch of the West"?
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Level 79
Nov 12, 2016
Geekcheck: Wolverine's skeleton is made of bone like anyone else's. But it is sometimes coated with adamantium.
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Level 82
Mar 1, 2018
Would have never gotten the adamantium question without the picture