Willy, Bobo, and Walter all share a common interest. That common interest is to open up a liquor store. To open up the liquor store they each have to give their share of money which has to equal 30,000 dollars. Since they also share the fact that they do not have well paying jobs, they each have to give up there life savings. Everyone knows that Walter loves a quick scheme and with him teaming up with Bobo and Willy make the situation even worse. Furthermore, this quick scheme contains all negatives and should not be thought about at all.
To be more specific, Willy Harris is one of Walter's companions in his liquor store business. Not only is he not every shown in the play, but also hardly talked about. While this might true, he is still extremely important in this play. According to Willy just because you are business partners does not mean you have to be loyal. Willy decides to run off with everyone's money. This devastates everyone and changes the whole game plane for all and sundry. Right after Walter finds out about what Willy did, he explains the difference between the takers and the tooken. Giving props to Willy, Walter informs us that he is a taker and that people should be more like him.