Top 5 TV Charcters

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  1. Genesis 1.0 Thread Overlord's Minion

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    Time to re-run this old yarn:

    Who are your Top 5 Favorite TV Characters? I'll choose to keep my list fairly contemporary:


    (Non Ranked)


    Omar Little (The Wire)

    Angelus (Angel)

    Kara Thrace “Starbuck” (Battlestar Galatica)

    Dean Winchester (Supernatural)

    Stewie Griffin / Jack Bauer (Family Guy / 24)
     
  2. MMMMM...Pancakes Cena Wins LOL

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    1. Eric Cartman (South Park)
    2. Homer Simpson (The Simpsons)
    3. Goku (Dragonball Z)
    4. Bender Rodriguez (Futurama)
    5. Archie Bunker (All In The Family)
     
  3. bullets bang bang

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    Tony Soprano
    Homer Simpson
    Jerry Seinfeld
    Michael Scott ( The Office - U.S. Version)
    Chandler Bing- Friends or Al Bundy on Married with Children
     
  4. Soapy Registered

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    Gustavo Fring
    Joan Holloway
    Philip J. Fry
    Ron Swanson
    Lucille Bluth
     
  5. jonathancrane I love Marvel, DC & EC!

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    1. Gary Hobson (Early Edition)
    2. Fox Mulder (X-Files)
    3. The Doctor (Doctor Who)
    4. Data/Captain Jean Luc Picard (TNG)
    5. Jonathan Archer (Enterprise)
     
  6. az824 Registered

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    Dean Winchester! (SN)
    Jack Bauer (24)
    Damon Salvatore (VD)
    Michael Scott (office) and its a love hate relationship
    Chloe Sullivan (SV)
     
  7. THUNDERSTRIKE NOTORIOUS, INGLORIOUS, VICTORIOUS

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    Vic Mackey-- the Shield
    Clay Morrow-- Sons of Anarchy
    Jack Bauer-- 24
    Dean Winchester-- Supernatural
    Claudia Donovan-- Warehouse 13
     
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  8. flickchick85 Admin of Might

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    Lucille Bluth - Arrested Development
    Gustavo Fring - Breaking Bad
    Al Swearengen - Deadwood
    Wesley Wyndam-Pryce - Buffy/Angel
    Veronica Mars - Veronica Mars
     
  9. JJJ's Ulcer Registered

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    No order

    Omar Little (The Wire)
    Walter White (Breaking Bad)
    Benjamin Linus (Lost)
    Don Draper (Mad Men)
    Larry David as Larry David (Curb...)
     
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  10. Schlosser85 Registered

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    My favorites: Eric Northman (True Blood)
    Castiel (Supernatural)
    Damon Salvatore (Vampire Diaries)
    Kurt Hummel (Glee)
    Stewie Griffin (Family Guy)
     
  11. Ultimatehero Life is infinite

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    1. Fox Mulder (X Files)
    2. Bart Simpson (Simpsons)
    3. Dean Winchester (Supernatural)
    4. Lex Luthor (Smallville)
    5. Conor Angel (Angel)
     
  12. Thundercrack85 Registered

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    I'll do animated.

    1. DCAU's Bruce Wayne / Batman. I think this one is quite impressive, because he's one of the few characters who is still awesome to watch even when he's an old man who rarely leaves his house.

    2. Eric Cartman. What would South Park be without him?

    3. Homer Simpson. Yeah, he ain't what he used to be. But we had a great first ten years.

    4. Stewie Griffin. Like Eric Cartman, you really wouldn't have much of a show without him.

    5. Charles Montgomery Burns. An odd choice perhaps. But whenever he's on screen, it's gold. I was going to put Bender, but I'd say he's a close second to Mr. Burns.
     
  13. Incrediblejeff Still Incredible

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    Off the Top of my head,in no particular order.

    1.)Kermit The Frog-The Muppet Show
    2.)Huey Freeman-Boondocks
    3.)Weevil Navarro-Veronica Mars
    4.)Jay Sherman-The Critic
    5.)TIE Turk & JD-Scrubs
     
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  14. Sawyer High King

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    I'm bending the rules and doing 5 each for comedy and drama. It would be too hard otherwise...

    Comedy:
    Malcolm Tucker (The Thick of It) - He could make the list for his magnificent use of profanity alone, but the character itself is also really great.
    Ron Swanson (Parks and Rec)
    Lucille Bluth (Arrested Development) - Best mother on television. Hands down.
    Buster Bluth (Arrested Development) - Proof of Lucille's good parenting. :hehe:
    Larry David (Curb Your Enthusiasm)

    Drama:
    John Locke (LOST) - Probably the most tragic figure on television. I'm sure someone will try to dispute that, but I'm sticking to it. :o
    Tyrion Lannister (Game of Thrones)
    Daenerys Targaryen (Game of Thrones)
    Walter Bishop (Fringe)
    Laura Roslin (Battlestar Galactica) - Schoolteacher turned savior of the human race. The Dying Leader. All around, just a badass broad. :up:
     
  15. Spike014 Registered

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    This is a tough one,


    1) Spike (Buffy/Angel)
    2) Eric Cartman (South Park)
    3) Dean Winchester (Supernatural)
    4) Dexter Morgan (Dexter)
    5) Jack Bauer (24)

    Honorable Mentions:

    1) Vic Mackay (The Shield)
    2) Eric Northman (True Blood)
    3) Damon Salvatore (The Vampire Diaries)
    4) Tyrion Lannister (Game Of Thrones)
    5) Daryl Dixon (The Walking Dead)
    6) Ari Gold (Entourage)
    7) Sawyer (Lost)
    8) Clay Marrow (Sons Of Anarchy)
    9) Claire Bennett (Heroes)
    10) Angel (Buffy/Angel)
     
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  16. Thundercrack85 Registered

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    I always found Jack Bauer to be a very boring character.

    Though he's great if you need to save the world in 24 hours.
     
  17. JJJ's Ulcer Registered

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    Yeah, I never really got his appeal. He seemed a bit one-dimensional. *dons flame-proof suit*
     
  18. childeroland Registered

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    1. Buffy
    2. Naruto
    3. Crim (.hack//SIGNS)
    4. Inuyasha
    5. Spike Spiegel
     

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