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Willa Weston (Character)
from Fierce Creatures (1997)

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Fierce Creatures (1997)
Willa Weston: For one thing, he loves animals.
Vince: Oh, he doesn't just love 'em.

Willa Weston: I love this zoo.
Rollo Lee: I love zoo too.

Willa Weston: What are you doing?
Vince McCain: I'm freezing him.
Willa Weston: Why?
Vince McCain: He's gotta be cryogenically frozen until they find a cure.
Willa Weston: Yeah, a cure? Vince, he has a bullet in the brain.
Vince McCain: Well, get more ice.
Willa Weston: Vince, there is no cure for a bullet in the brain. It is very fatal.

Vince McCain: You mean he's dead?
Willa Weston: [sombre] Yes.
Vince McCain: And he's not coming back?
Rollo Lee: [sombre] No. I'm sorry.
[Vince leans his head against the wall, as though grieving, then tilts back his head and everyone sees him laughing]
Vince McCain: I'm so happy!
[to Rod's corpse]
Vince McCain: You're dead! You're dead! You're dead!
[punching it]
Vince McCain: You big-fat-bastard! YES!

Willa Weston: Why do you work for us, Rollo?
Rollo Lee: Cowardice?

Rollo Lee: About some of these sponsorship ideas.
Willa Weston: Mmm?
Rollo Lee: I, I wonder if you and your fiancé don't, don't feel that... some, some of them are...
Willa Weston: [interrupting] Fiancé? Vince? No, no. No, no, we're not together.
Rollo Lee: Ohh, good.
Willa Weston: "Good"?
Rollo Lee: Good. - I mean, I know we're not making 20% yet, but, but some of the marketing devices are a bit... a bit... crude?
Willa Weston: Yes.
Rollo Lee: Good. Because, you know, the, the keepers and, um, and I were...
Willa Weston: [looking into the lemur cage, while removing her jacket to expose a skimpy dress] Oh, look at that. *Aren't* they *gorgeous*? Oh, they just make you want to *fondle* them...
Rollo Lee: Oh yes. Yes, yes, uh, yes, I see what you mean. Yes.
Willa Weston: Is this one your favorite?
Rollo Lee: Yes, yes, I like him breast of... uh, best, ahem, of all the... the small mammaries. Mammals. (Sorry.) Ahem. Yes, his, his name's, uh, Rollo, actually.
Willa Weston: Really.
Rollo Lee: Hm. Yes, so I, I sort of feed him some little special tits-bits. Tits. Tid, tid, sorry, tidbits. (Keep making boobs.) Anyway, he just... loves his nuts.
Willa Weston: [slowly] Does he? Hmm. And is, uh, Rollo very sexually active?
Rollo Lee: Well, he, he doesn't have a, a partner at the moment. You, you know, if he, if he had one...
Willa Weston: One?
Rollo Lee: Hm?
Willa Weston: I mean, just one? He wouldn't get bored, or...? I mean... you had two... in your cage the other day.
Rollo Lee: Oh, yes, huh. I mean, um, some of those, some of those sponsorship gimmicks are a bit sexcessive... exsexi... sexiss...
Willa Weston: Excessive.
Rollo Lee: That's it, sorry. Freudian slit. Slut. Slot.

Willa Weston: What about the quality of the experience?
Vince McCain: No, Rod says quality has never worked for him.
Willa Weston: Right! Everything he touches gets tackier.
Vince McCain: Well, that's the price of success.

Willa Weston: You know what you are? You're pronoid.
Vince McCain: "Pronoid"?
Willa Weston: Mm-hmm. It means that contrary to all the available evidence, you actually think that people like you. Your perception of life is that it's one long benefit dinner in *your* honor with everybody cheering *you* on and wanting *you* to win everything. You think you're the prince, Vince.

[Vince opens the door and leans halfway into Willa's office]
Vince McCain: Willa, can I ask you a question?
Willa Weston: Sure.
Vince McCain: Those breasts real?
Willa Weston: Yes.
Vince McCain: [Closes door, but we hear him through it] Yippee.
[Reopens door and comes in]
Vince McCain: You know, Willa, uh, you better be careful dressed like that around here. People will think you're sleeping your way to the top.
Willa Weston: Just as long as they don't think I'm sleeping my way to the middle.

Willa Weston: You really don't like animals, do you?
Vince McCain: No, it's not that I don't like them, I just don't see the point. I remember, when I was five, my mother got me this... dog. Pft. I just didn't *get* it. I suppose I had nothing I needed fetched. So I sold him.
Willa Weston: How sad.
Vince McCain: Oh, he got over it.

[She wants him to think they'll have sex - eventually]
Willa Weston: I think it's too soon.
Vince McCain: Why?
Willa Weston: Because what we have is special.
Vince McCain: No it isn't.

Willa Weston: He reminds me of my father.
Vince McCaine: Was your father ugly?

Willa Weston: [looking at the will] It's short!
Rollo Lee: Yes - the simpler it is, the more watertight!

Willa Weston: Vince, tell me about the sponsorships.
Vince McCain: What sponsorships?
Willa Weston: The ones you told Rod about.
Vince McCain: I made them up.
Willa Weston: Vince, I...
[She turns around, seeing Vince with his shirt off]
Willa Weston: What are you doing?
Vince McCain: [He turns around] Getting undressed
[his pants drop]
Vince McCain: For sex. I thought you were in the bedroom.
Willa Weston: I was getting this dinner.
Vince McCain: Oh, okay. You want to eat first?