Donald Libenson, ReMIND magazine
You know them, you hate them, but admit you love them. If there was a Hall of Fame of annoying TV characters, they would be members of the statute. They are brazen and aggravating, but these five are thefts of TV icons.
The term hate watching may come from the golden-haired girl Nellie Olesan, played by Alison Arngrim on A small house on the prairie. Torturer Lori Ingals was in the classroom on her own when it came to being a snob, a so-called, spoiled brat. Watch the popular YouTube video “10 times Nelly Olesan gets what she deserves”.
Eddie Haskell Ken Osmando, Wally Cleaver’s (?) Best friend Leave it to Beaver, is the quintessence of the dicotyledonous reptile. Without missing a minute, he can try to enchant Mrs. Cleaver in one breath (“Here’s a cute dress for you”), and in the next – “Bob” (“Hey, squirt”). In the film about the 1983 meeting Another Beaver, Wally finally pulled out and punched him in the gut. And America had fun!
Family affairs was supposed to focus on the Winslow family. But in the episode of the first season of “Laura’s First Date” Steve Urkel, dressed in suspenders, a neighbor’s child, in love with Laura Winslow, made a grand eccentric impression. Jalil White became the star of the show with his own catchphrase (“Did I do it?”) And more and more screen time to harass Winslow and wreak havoc on their home.
No one in space will hear you shout, “Shut up, Wesley.” Unbearable Wesley Crasher, played by Will Wheaton Star Trek: The Next Generationwas a weeping child-genius who from time to time inattentively saved Enterprise. He is Jar Jar Binks from Star Trek the universe.
No raid on annoying TV characters would be complete without Oliver’s cousin as Robbie Rist Brady’s group. Introduced at the end of the fifth and final season of the series, cousin “Oh, sorry, I was just trying to help” Oliver was really out of place; five episodes after his debut what was once one of television’s favorite families has been taken off the air.