George's animal passion with Nina
After George's previous reluctance to get jiggy in the bedroom, Nina accosts him at work and takes him to a discreet room where she tries to lecture him about the possibilities of non-penetrative sex. She has mistaken his werewolf issues with impotence – a common mistake! However, it's a full moon and George is anxious to make a getaway. She refuses to let him walk away, and before she knows it the slowly emerging animal instincts take over George's libido and he, erm, takes her by surprise. Very energetically. So much so that when it's all over, Nina collapses in a heap on the floor with a big grin on her face. George wasn't the only one howling that night.
Chicken on a string
"It's a chicken in a piece of string," explained Tully. "We take it for a walk."
As George stared at the bit of poultry, Tully explained that walking round the woods with the bit of chicken dragging behind would create a scent that the werewolf would pick up on and guide it to safety. Genius!
"Do I look like a paedo?"
"So, this is your secret?" Nina asks George on his doorstep, motioning towards the graffiti.
"Of course it's not," he gently reassures her, before shouting across the street: "Oh, and there's one 'e' in 'paedo', not two! You cretins."
"Nina, do I look like a paedo?" he then queries.
"If paedos looked like paedos, they'd never do any paedo-ing," she replies.
Tully on the prowl
Tully's silky skills with the ladies came to the fore in a café when he tried to show George how to lure the opposite sex after a two-year drought. He stated that werewolves should actually have an advantage. Pulling down the zip on his top, he beckoned over the waitress and asked her to take him for a drink after work.
"I could take you for a drink?" she exclaimed.
"Yeah, but I'm gonna need your phone number. And I guess you got an early start, so we'd better have you in bed by, what, nine?"
Bingo! She succumbed to the Tully charm offensive. "She can smell the wolf," he told George. However, the hospital porter's attempts to use the same chat-up line on co-worker Nina went terribly wrong (although only in the short run).
Tully's efforts to seduce ghost Annie didn't bear many fruits. He memorably quipped: "All I have is a lumpy sofa, balls like concrete and a corpse giving me mixed signals."