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Discussion in 'Entertainment and Humor' started by etexas, Mar 23, 2009.
What is a sit-com?
I love Kaufman!
Now it's my turn: Who?
I do agree that Michael is annoying, and arguably more so than Dwight. BUT, Michael has good moments. There is nothing redeemable in Dwight.
(I feel that's OK to say since he isn't real.)
Stanley is classic!
I watched this show a few times, and thought the same thing..and stopped watching it..
And to be honest, it's NOT just Ray, it was all the men on that show..but the sad truth is..that is what many men in our society have become..
I actually hated the women more on Raymond. They were such nags.
I'm way out of date on sit-coms (haven't watched much tv since the mid-90's) but my all time most-annoying character is Monroe from Too Close for Comfort (the actor's life after the show just keeps him up there on the top of the list)
In this HALL OF SHAME should also go: Cousin Oliver on the Brady Bunch and the ANNOYING kid from Who's The Boss?
Wait, you've grown annoyed with the once likable DS??? When was he likable???
And are you saying Andy Bernard is more or less annoying?
I ♥ Andy!!! Ed Helms is too funny for words. He owns any scene he's in.
OK, Josh....that would HAVE to be another thread the PD is not (usually) a sitcom.
Urkel (Family Matters) or maybe Joey Lawrence (whooaa) from Blossom I think (never watched the show )
Would have to be the girl "Six" from Blossom. That girl could talk about 600 words per minute and still say absolutely nothing. That said, the entire show was a waste of celluloid.
Alf on ALF. I loved that show as a kid...
Urkel was pretty bad!!!!! Now this may be a can of worms I would throw in ALL the Sweathogs from Welcome Back......
<The entire cast of><a great many sitcoms>.
Dare I mention Mr. Belvadre......
I'll toss one out there:
Colonel Crittenden on Hogan's Heroes.
I accidentally voted for "Flo on Alice," whoever that is, because I read it as "Alice on Brady Bunch" (from the line above). Alice was always making the most idiotic jokes.
Hey, Hogan himself turned out to be not much of a hero!
The Sweathogs were supposed to be annoying. That's what made 'em funny.
I thought Pottsie from Happy Days was extreemly annoying, but that's why he was funny.
How about the "Skipper" and his little Buddy on Gilligan? Hmmmmmmm....no comment.
What is "Alice"? And who is "Flo"?
Growing up with the last name Cunningham, I hated everything about Happy Days.
Alice and Flo were waitresses in Mel's Diner..
And Flo's most famous line was "KISS MY GRITS!!"
And that I can remember those things is scary--
Squiggy on Laverne & Shirley.
Redd Foxx's character on Sanford & Son. Everyone else on the show, including Grady, was good; Foxx stunk.
Sophia (Estelle Getty) on Golden Girls. (Miserable, dirty old bat. Someone should have taken her to Disneyworld and left her there. They could have called it, "Sophia's Special Day Trip..." I would have taped it.)
Felix Unger (Tony Randall on The Odd Couple).
The entire casts of The Munsters and The Addams Family. Big yuck. Fred Gwynne of The Munsters gets a partial pass for his brilliance in his later role in "My Cousin Vinnie." A great role to, ahem, "go out on."
Mike Stivic (AKA meathead) for liberalism beyond duty.
Shame on you sir.
Bulldog is a great actor, he is bent as a three bob note in real life but in Frasier he is rampant hetrosexuality personified.
Squiggy! Yes! The knuckle biter. Was he mental?
I think Ralph Malph and Potsy were equally annoying in Happy Days.