The bedroom door at right opens and her husband stands in the doorway in his pajamas, which are rumpled and mismatched. He is a lean, intense young man in his middle thirties, inclined to quick, nervous movements and erratic speech habits - and always in his voice there is a quality of indictment.
Is he out yet?
What you mean out? He ain't hardly got in there yet.
WALTER (wandering in, still more oriented to sleep than to a new day).
Well, what was you doing all that yelling for if I can't even get in there yet? (stopping and thinking) Check coming today?
They said Saturday, and I hopes to God that you ain't going to get up here first thing this morning and start talking to me 'bout no money - 'cause I 'bout don't want to hear it.
Something the matter with you this morning? (Hansberry 1.1)
Based on the above passage, which of the following BEST characterizes Walter?