Question by nhij: Is there a fiction character afraid to talk to girls?
I am trying to think of a movie, TV, or book character that is afraid to talk to girls. Or, if you can think of another character with some kind of fear, that would be OK too. For example — Howie Mandel is afraid of germs (OK I know he’s a real person but you get the idea).
Answer by tb15
raj from The big bang theory is too shy to talk to girls unless he’s drunk or something like that
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5 thoughts on “Is there a fiction character afraid to talk to girls?”
Yamcha, from Dragon Ball was terrified of girls/women.
Garth on Wayne’s World
Mr. Monk on tv
As far as afraid to talk to girls, “I Love You, Beth Cooper” comes to mind, where he never spoke to her for all of high school, until that valedictorian speech at the graduation.
Jodie Foster in Panic Room. She was claustrophobic(fear of tight places).
Roy Scheider in Jaws had a fear of boats and of water in general.
In “As Good as it Gets” Jack Nicholson’s character was extremely obsessive-compulsive, including him having an intense fear of germs, public places, and a bunch of other phobias associated with his mental illness.
Hope these help! ~Devlin
See Cyrano de Bergerac, or Steve Martin in Roxanne.
The fictional character Albert Brennaman from the movie “Hitch” is afraid to talk to girls. Use him.