|“||I'm watching you, Wazowski. Always watching you...||„|
Roz is a supporting character in the 2001 Disney/Pixar film Monsters Inc. She also appears in the 2013 prequel Monsters University as a climax character and protagonist. At the end of both movies, she is the leader of the CDA.
She is voiced by Pixar story artist Bob Peterson (although she isn't male).
Roz is a slug-style monster in the movie who appears to be the key master and administrator for Scare Floor F, holding all the keys to children's closet doors at Monsters, Inc. She is responsible for all of the paperwork done by Mike Wazowski, and she often works at an office near Scare Floor F that can be separated from the rest of the factory via a retractable shutter. Roz slams the shutter shut on Mike's hands at one point, crushing them and causing him to scream in pain.
At the end of the film, it turns out that Roz is Agent #000001 of the CDA. She reveals that she was undercover for two and a half years at Monsters Inc. and that Mike and Sulley nearly ruined it all until Boo came into their care. However, she does give credit for them exposing Henry J. Waternoose III for corruption. She gives Mike and Sulley five minutes to return Boo back to her room before anything happens to her. After Boo's door is shredded, Roz says that this incident never happened and that she doesn't want to see any paperwork about Boo's invasion contrary to her requests earlier in the film.
Roz makes a quick cameo near the end of the prequel when Mike and Sulley are able to escape the human camp and are taken by the CDA. She is shown dressed up as a CDA agent with her uniform covering her entire body except for a transparent glass "dome" revealing her hair, but her size and voice still serve as a give away.
When Terri asks what's going to happen to them, Roz states that Dean Hardscrabble will decide that. But to rest assured, she then adds that she'll be watching them, "Always watching," foreshadowing M.I.
- Roz is similar to Ethyl Phillips from the 1991-94 television series Dinosaurs in personality.
- Roz bears some resemblance to Muriel Finster from the show Recess, since the two are both portrayed as elderly females that sport squinty eyes, horn-rimmed glasses and grouchy demeanors.