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A neutron walks into a bar. "How much for a drink here, anyway?" To which the bartender responds, "For you, no charge."

Wadsworth is a Mister Handy in Megaton in Fallout 3.


Wadsworth is a personal robotic butler designed to look after his user and keep them happy and entertained.[1] Wadsworth comes equipped with "condensation collectors" that allow him to supply Purified Water,[2] as well as a "humor emitter array" which allows him to tell jokes.[3] He is also able to provide haircuts and is programmed with a "multitude of hair shaping scenarios."[4]


When the resident of Megaton looks to RobCo Industries to furnish them with the finest in mechanized butlers, one admirable choice is the Wadsworth model. With the latest in hair-cutting and “humor array” technologies (sample quip: “War does not determine who is right; only who is left”), and the ability to keep a home looking shipshape and almost presentable, your plastic pal is fun to be with.Fallout 3 Official Game Guide/Wasteland Census

Interactions overview

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This character is involved in quests.
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This character offers miscellaneous services.


Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Mister Handy flamer
Mister Handy buzzsaw
Flamer Fuel
Scrap Metal


  • His counterpart at Tenpenny Tower is Godfrey.
  • Wadsworth has various sarcastic quips following certain voicelines that are not subtitled.
    • After the line "How may I serve you, master/mistress? he will mutter "Not that I really want to..."
    • After the line "What can I do for you?", he will mutter, "Nothing, I hope?"
    • After the line "It's good to see you alive and well today, sir/madame," he will mutter "Well, good to see you anyway...".
    • When explaining how the My First Laboratory can remove addictions, he will mutter "Or, depending on what you’re addicted to, it might blow out the program altogether...".
  • If killed, Wadsworth will respawn after 72 in-game hours.



Wadsworth appears in Fallout 3.

Behind the scenes

  • The joke "War does not determine who is right - only who is left" is a quote from Bertrand Russell.
  • The joke, "Two cannibals are eating a clown. One turns to the other and says, 'Does this taste funny to you?'" is from comedian Tommy Cooper.


  • PCPC Playstation 3Playstation 3 Xbox 360Xbox 360 Sometimes if the player is not aligned with Wadsworth's eyes while getting a haircut, half of the player's face will be cut off from the screen. Crouching may result in the screen showing the player's pelvic area.
    • Also, if the player is crouched while wearing the Chinese stealth armor, or gets their haircut with a Stealth Boy active, nothing will appear where the player's face would be.
  • Xbox 360Xbox 360 When speaking with him, it is possible that the combination of the focus-changing animation and his movement may result in the PC occupying the same space as him.
  • Xbox 360Xbox 360 If you quick save, disintegrate Wadsworth with a critical shot from a plasma weapon, and then reload, he will be reassembled with his body components randomly jumbled.
  • PCPC Playstation 3Playstation 3 Xbox 360Xbox 360 Sometimes Wadsworth can get stuck in the ceiling floating above the player's bed and it can be difficult to get him down.
  • Playstation 3Playstation 3 Sometimes Wadsworth will remain static indefinitely in the house. If he is killed he will never respawn.


  1. Wadsworth: "Allow me to introduce myself. I am Wadsworth, your personal robotic butler. I am here to look after your needs and to keep you happy and entertained. What can I do for you?"
    (Wadsworth's dialogue)
  2. Lone Wanderer: "I'd like something to drink."
    Wadsworth: "I'm sorry, sir/madam. My condensation collectors need time to fully recharge before I can continue to dispense any more beverages."
    (Wadsworth's dialogue)
  3. Lone Wanderer: "Tell me a joke."
    Wadsworth: "My humor emitter array requires recharging."
    (Wadsworth's dialogue)
  4. Lone Wanderer: "I'd like a haircut please."
    Wadsworth: "Certainly. I am programmed with a multitude of hair shaping scenarios, if you would care to choose one, I would be happy to replicate it for you."
    (Wadsworth's dialogue)