WOODY PAPADAKIS, 34 Is constantly frustrated by the limits of other people’s imaginations. How they dress, the jobs they take—it’s all so mediocre. Wherever he is, whomever he’s with, he’s confident he could do better. Like Paul, he feels overshadowed by their oldest brother and frustrated that women refuse to date him seriously. Paul’s awkwardness with women reminds Woody of his own failures in that department, and he responds to that insecurity by mocking Paul at every opportunity.