10. Timmy (Josh Ryan Evans) from Passions
Yes, it was a soap opera, but even if you are not a soap fan, Passions started out as a show for anyone who liked oddball entertainment that involved magic and evil. Timmy was the live doll of the town witch, Tabitha. While Tabitha was always working on some kind of evil, Timmy was always sweet, innocent, and a fan favorite. He was Tabitha’s weakness, the good in her. Sadly, the actor who portrayed him, Josh Ryan Evans, died an early death and since then the whole show just went downhill without him :(
9. Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer) from The Simpsons
A great cartoon villain, Sideshow Bob is Bart Simpson’s arch enemy and a lover of show tunes. He blames Bart foiled his plan to kill Krusty the Clown and Bob ended up in prison. A reoccurring character throughout this almost 25 year old series. His attempts to kill Bart are always good for a laugh and his insane personality makes him fun to watch.
8.Spike (James Marsters) from Buffy the Vampire Slayer
I grew up watching Buffy, and while I have yet to get around to see the last season or 2 (I didn’t have the channel during those seasons) Spike was probably one of the first tv characters I ever fell in love with. He started out as a bad guy, but a hilarious one who always had great chemistry with Buffy. I think my favorite episode will always be Something Blue, in which Buffy and Spike are under a spell where they fall in love and get engaged to each other. I will never forget that episode! We all know how kids (ok, and sometimes even adults…I’m guilty sometimes, as well) will get hooked watching something, hear a line they like, and constantly repeat it…well, Spike was the character I was always repeating the lines from…my sibs and I all did. One of those characters who appeals to both adults and children.
7.Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) from Friends
Always able to find a joke in anything, a former commitment phobe, a bit awkward with a job that nobody could ever remember. Chandler Bing was always my favorite Friend. His constant attempts at humor (that didn’t always work so well on the other characters) was always adorable. He fell in love with one of his best friend’s, his college roommate’s sister, Monica. One of TV’s most known sitcom couples and one of my first ships :)
6.Crowley (Mark Sheppard) from Supernatural
Proof that even demons can be super adorable! Crowley is a demon who is the king of Hell (taken over from Lucifer) and, yes, I call him adorable. He’s one of those characters who can easily make fans forget that he’s one of the bad guys…until he snaps a neck or does something equally evil. He’s worked with Sam and Dean before, helping them when it suited his own interest. A sexy accent and intriguing personality, as well as questionable sexuality (although if you’ve never seen the show but have seen posts from the fanbase you’d probably think ALL of the characters had a questionable sexuality). Gotta love the Crowley/Bobby kiss…that Crowley has on his cell phone! Supernatural has a habit of making fans fall for characters…only to kill them off once we’re completely attached to them…I honestly think the death of Crowley would be the last straw for me with this show.
5.Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris) from How I Met Your Mother
Barney Stinson makes womanizing an art form…and you just have to love him for it XD
Always up for a challenge…or making anything into a challenge that always seems to make the other characters groan/roll their eyes/ignore him…especially if it’s a silly and unbelievably entertaining challenge to get a woman in his bed. He’s always all about having fun and, when he’s not in between the sheets with a woman, he is always in a suit, even for sleeping. Definitely, as he would say, a legen…wait for it…dary character!
4.Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) from Torchwood/Doctor Who
(couldn’t resist using this picture ^)
Like Barney, he likes to get around…but not just with women. Jack has a reputation for sleeping with ANYONE and ANYTHING…man, woman, alien..doesn’t matter, he happy to do it ;)
A man from the 51st century living in the 21st. He’s the leader of the Torchwood Institute and he cannot die. He was originally introduced in the show Doctor Who, but eventually got his own spin-off in the show Torchwood. His job involves dealing with alien lifeforms and other non-human beings and he keeps even the craziest situations entertaining.
3. Dr. Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) from The Big Bang Theory
A genius with an obsession with science and many things nerdy, he has almost zero social skills. Sheldon looks at the rest of the human species as if he himself is not a part of it. His attempts at socializing tend to come from scientific viewpoints. He has a habit of assessing others behaviors and talking to them like a human textbook. The opposite of Captain Jack at number 4…Sheldon is supposedly asexual…though his previous “girl who is a friend” now girlfriend Amy may be working on changing that. Sheldon is a bit of a germaphobe and doesn’t care about offending people when he speaks. His antics keep the audience laughing throughout every episode.
2. Gabriel/The Trickster/Loki (Richard Speight Jr.) from Supernatural
(just had to use a gif for him b/c I absolutely love his expressions^)
Back in season 2 Supernatural introduced a character known as the The Trickster. He was messing with/killing people in outrageous and entertaining ways who he felt deserved it because of wrongful things they were doing. Just desserts. Able to make things things appear out of thin air with a snap of his fingers (including women for his own entertainment) and play around with loopholes and reality. He’s funny, quirky and just amazing to watch. The Trickster is a god, or so we (and Sam and Dean) are led to believe. He was also on an episode of season 3 and 2 episodes of 5. The 3rd episode (in which he traps the boys in tv land…my fave episode) revealed him to be not a trickster god, but the Archangel Gabriel. Gabriel was a runaway from heaven who was in his own “witness protection” and hiding away from the rest of heaven and fooling even the other gods into thinking he was just a trickster god. There is just so much to his character and Richard Speight Jr’s portrayal of him was so entertaining to watch. He was hilarious and yet heartbreaking at the same time…and I just have to add SOOOOO HOT (In my opinion RSJ is the hottest guy on the planet)…in only 4 episodes he was able to gain a pretty strong fanbase and become an unforgettable character. Unfortunately, this is Supernatural where everyone dies and Gabriel’s death was the saddest TV death I’ve seen. I’m not the type to cry over a fictional character…but Gabriel’s death brought me to tears :(
I refuse to ever give up on the hope that the show will resurrect him (or reveal that he was faking his death the whole time…which he did several times on the show). There is lots of fan demands for it and even petitions to bring him back…So my fingers are always crossed for his return!
1.Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) from Once Upon a Time
1. A man who can pull off a creepy childish giggle and make it hot? That would be Rumplestiltskin! Under a curse of the Dark One after attempting to protect his son from war, Rumple is one of Once Upon a Time’s 2 main villains. He has his hands in a lot of the stories on the show. Always up for a deal…that rarely works in the favor of those dealing with him. He has no problem killing anyone who gets in his way of his ultimate goal of finding the son he loses after getting his Dark One powers. From killing Cinderella’s fairy godmother and baiting her into a deal that involves him getting her firstborn to turning people into snails and stepping on them, Rumple has the evil thing covered. His Storybrooke alter ego, pawnshop owner Mr. Gold, is also feared by townspeople and even sets a fire to get his way. While his character may do some not-so-good things he is hilarious, quirky, and just hard not to love. The 12th episode of the show went for a twist with his character. Making him not just Rumplestiltskin, but the beast…as in Beauty and the Beast. The show wrote this twist so perfectly and Robert Carlyle’s portrayal make the love story between Rumple and Belle very touching and romantic (as does Carlyle’s chemistry with Emilie de Ravin)…although their relationship comes with the expected challenges of a good girl/villain romance. To me, this series wouldn’t even be half as addictive as it is without this character and Robert Carlyle playing him. Made Once Upon a Time my favorite series by the end of the first season.