Harold, unfortunately, is not really a werewolf, he's a loser.
Harold, unfortunately, is not really a werewolf'he's a loser. He's been such a loser all his life that it's finally driving him quite mad. His escape is the delusion that he has turned into a werewolf. The major problem is that even as a werewolf he's a failure. He can't scare anybody. As Harold relates his story to a long-suffering psychoanalyst, the audience sees that what he tells the doctor and the way things actually happen are quite different. As Harold tells how he terrifies his wife, Lovey, we see the reality in which Lovey responds to his werewolf pose with, If you want to play doggie, go outside! One int. set.