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Who's Wally? He's a pimply teenage bellhop at the hotel, who pretty much follows Evie everywhere, trying to ask her out. Doesn't that sound attractive? Evie certainly doesn't think so; she's too busy chasing after Peter Coleridge to give Wally the time of day, and she only uses him when she wants to practice being sexual so that Peter will see her as grown-up and alluring. Even at the end, Evie uses Wally—and his affection for her—to her advantage by telling the judge that he took advantage of her so that his testimony would be discredited. In short, it ain't easy being Wally.