Vote Now! Worst Character.
In a world full of likable, relatable characters, it's good to have someone to hate. Be honest, would you love JD and Ted Mosby without their annoying counterparts? Sometimes it's just more satisfying to want to punch a character in the face. And boy, do these characters deserved to get clocked! Try, just try not to hate each and every one of these losers. And then vote for who you think is the absolute worst!
God bless the internet. Without it, how would we know what baby pandas look like when they sneeze? Or what the best One Direction cover sounds like? Or what the American record for a beer mile is? I can go on and on, but you get it; the internet is a wonderful, albeit sometimes terrifying place. It's how this site exists, and it's how Community was saved. But MOST IMPORTANTLY, it's what prompted–nay, demanded–the somehow-not-soon-enough killing off of unarguably the two worst characters in the history of television, Lost‘s Nikki Fernandez and Paulo [no surname given, so I'll make one up] Peido. For the purposes of consistency with the rest of the 100 Characters of Summer, though, I'll just combine the two of them into one despicable character named Garbagebag. Moving on!
Remember that kid you hated in second grade? The kiss-ass who wanted to be all buddy-buddy with the teachers? The wimp who made her mommy call your parents after one nasty comment on the playground? A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, that girl was Game of Thrones' Sansa Stark.
Sansa Stark isn't just a tattle-tale, she's weak! And she seems to be getting weaker. In a world that isn't kind to women, Sansa Stark needs to grow a freaking backbone. There are certainly arguments that Sansa Stark may not be as weepy as she seems, but I'm about to behead every single one of them and impale their head on a spike (sorry, Ned!).
Continued in "Sansa Stark - The Elite Wimp".
I'm very full of hate, especially when it comes to things I love, like television, so when the Gods of Character Grades commanded me to write about the worst character in television history I put on a flowey dress and spun around with glee. After my glorious spin session, a feeling of pure dread came over me... there have been too many horrible characters on the small screen to just pick one! Do I pick Charlie from Two and a Half Men? Or maybe Turtle from Entourage? Or perhaps the entire cast of Sex in the City? Oh what to do, what to do!?
After tossing and turning in bed for hours, analyzing each character in Scrubs, I finally fell asleep. While deep in my slumber I had a haunting, yet eye opening, nightmare...
Continued in "Worst Character? Cody Lambert, No Argument".
Make all of the pun jokes you want, but Sex and the City means a lot to me and many other people who do not take kindly to someone messing with our heroine. While Carrie Bradshaw wasn't perfect (hello, affair with your married ex-boyfriend), she certainly didn't deserve to date one of the worst characters of all time; Aleksandr Petrovsky. "The Russian” was played by Mikhail Baryshnikov who was apparently a sex symbol back in the day.
Besides his obvious selfishness, pretention, and the fact that he's old enough to be Carrie's dad, I would like to point out a few subtleties of his character. The Russian doesn't understand sarcasm, which to CB, should be an offense right up there with murder. Half of their relationship is spent trying to figure out what the hell he's saying. And the other half? Explaining American idioms. (No Aleksandr your foot doesn't sleep, it's ASLEEP.) Listen, I love a good accent, but The Russian's just screams of the communication divide between he and Carrie. She's all quick-witted Americana and he's all USSR; it just doesn't jive.
Continued in "The Russian: Worst Boyfriend (And Character) Ever".