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  • Chris Beachum
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    Offer up and discuss your least favorite TV characters from your favorite shows. No need to talk about shows you don’t like anyway… they have no redeeming value for you. Focus on the ones who you are forced to sit through (or fast forward) when watching your favorites.

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    24Emmy
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    24 — Julia Miliken (Gina Torres) — she killed my favorite character and that’s unacceptable.

    Angel — Jasmine (Gina Torres) — I blame her for the death of my favorite character.

    Good news is that I’ve liked Gina Torres in everything since (Suits, Hannibal, etc)

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    Chris Beachum
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    I’ll provide a few to get things started (regular cast members or recurring characters)…

    DOWNTON ABBEY — Mary Crawley (played by Michelle Dockery)

    HOMELAND — Dana Brody (played by Morgan Saylor)

    HOMICIDE — Beau Felton (played by Daniel Baldwin)

    LOST — Michael Dawson (played by Harold Perrineau)

    NORTHERN EXPOSURE — Shelly Tambo (played by Cynthia Geary)

    ST. ELSEWHERE — Peter White (played by Terence Knox)

    24 — Kim Bauer (played by Elisha Cuthbert)

    FAMILY TIES — Nick (played by Scott Valentine)

    THE OFFICE — Nellie (played by Catherine Tate)

    SCRUBS — Carla (played by Judy Reyes)

    SEX & THE CITY — Steve Brady (played by David Eigenberg)

    TAXI — Bobby Wheeler (played by Jeff Conaway)

    30 ROCK — Hazel (played by Kristen Schaal)

    THE WONDER YEARS — Wayne Arnold (played by Jason Hervey)

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    LexMG
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    Ted Mosby comes to mind immediately. His character has remained stagnant for years, with repetitive arcs, it’s almost as though he’s just become kind of… there. HIMYM has totally placed the interesting stories on the shoulders of everyone around him, while with Ted they rehashed old territory so much that each of his new endeavors have lost all meaning. I don’t feel bad for him, I just feel annoyed and cheated that it’s been dragged out to this extent. The mother is the only interesting left about him, and thank god they’re using her more often, it gives me reason to watch any of his scenes. 

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    Icky
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    I’ll provide a few to get things started…
    DOWNTON ABBEY — Mary Crawley (played by Michelle Dockery)

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    Friends — Ross Geller(David Schwimmer) 



    How I Met Your Mother — Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris)


    Community — Ben Chang(Ken Jeong)

    Nip/Tuck — Matt McNamara(John Hensley)

    Breaking Bad — Skyler White(Anna Gunn)

    Homeland — David Estes(David Harewood)

    Dexter — María LaGuerta(Lauren Vélez)/Debra Morgan(Jennifer Carpenter)/Quinn(Desmond Harrington)/Masuka(C.S. Lee)

    Grey’s Anatomy — Dr. Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd)

    Parenthood — Mark Cyr(Jason Ritter)

     
     
     

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    Marcus Dixon
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    Off the top of my head:

    Dana Brody (Homeland)

    Michael Dawson (Lost)

    Henry Swan (Once Upon a Time)

    Hollis Doyle (Scandal)

    Winston Bishop (New Girl)

    Henry Andrews (CSI)

    Gibson Praise (The X-Files)

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    OnTheAisle
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    John Burns on Taxi. Achinglyly inane, he is the sole blemish on a near perfect television program.

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    Halo_Insider
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    John Burns on Taxi. Achinglyly inane, he is the sole blemish on a near perfect television program.

    Oh, yes! Second to that. Bobby may have become a bit superfluous as the seasons went on, but he still had some great moments here or there. Burns just didn’t fit in with the show at all.  

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    Buffy the Vampires Slayer – Dawn Summers; Kennedy; Riley Finn 

    Dexter – LaGuerta; Quinn

    Lost – Kate

    Taxi – John Burns

    That 70’s Show – Randy Pearson; Samantha 

    24 – Dana Walsh 

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    Nicole Dunn
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    GLEE- Will Schuster

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    TomHardys
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    Glee – Blaine Anderson
    Grey’s Anatomy – Owen Hunt
    Modern Family – Manny Delgado
    How I Met Your Mother – Barney Stinson & Ted Mosby
    30 Rock – Tracy Morgan
     

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    james alexander clim
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    Mad Men – Don Draper 
    Game of Thrones – Robb Stark
    Breaking Bad – Jesse
     

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    vinny
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    Cannot stand Al Robbins on CSI. Annoying character.

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    A few on the top of my head:

    Parks and Recreation- Mark
    Homeland- Dana (completely ruined the show for me)
    Game of Thrones- Bran

     

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