Mrs. Johnson who is also known as Wilhelmina Othella Johnson is the last minor character of the play to be discussed. This character plays an insufficient role and in included in the play for comic relief. The playwright describes her to be an angry and always unsatisfied neighbor who regularly causes troubles to others. This person is not sensitive to the feelings of other people and is unpleasant, tending to ask a variety of personal questions. Finally, this woman looks ridiculous when she starts to offend the Youngers and say that she hopes their house will be destroyed by bombs.
Mrs. Johnson in the Essays