I couldn't stand Holden Caulfield from Catcher in the Rye. He was too angsty and self-pitying. Lord Voldemort from Harry Potter is on the list, because I don't tolerate intolerance. (See what I did there?) And I hate Helena from A Midsummer Night's Dream - she's too one-dimensional for me, despite what others may think. Romeo and Juliet, now...both of them are towards the top of my list, too. In general, it takes a lot for me to really love a character, but it also takes a lot for me to dislike one as much as I dislike these characters.
Ana Lucia from LOST
She just bugged me. She was way too “take charge, follow me, and shut up.” I don’t deal well with people like that.
Jar-Jar Binks Episodes 1-3 Star Wars
Do I really need to explain this?
Sansa Stark Game of Thrones
Only in the tv series. I feel sorry for her in the books. She’s just such a whiny stereotype.
Deanna Troi Star Trek
In the history of tv characters, there has never been anyone more useless. As the evil villain is laughing maniacally and twirling his mustache, Troi can only tell Picard that she senses that he’s not trustworthy. Really, Troi? Really?
Alec D’Urberville Tess of the D’Urbervilles
Has there ever been a more despicable villain?
I don’t know her character name, but Kyra Sedgewick in The Closer makes me cringe because I’m from Atlanta, and her accent is god awful.
Sergeant Hatred The Venture Bros.
Sergeant Hatred is not funny. He’s just creepy.
Laurie Grimes The Walking Dead
I have issues with all of the female characters in this show, but Laurie is particularly egregious. She is nothing more than a plot device, and she has no personality of her own.
He’s just so boring. He’s not witty or particularly bright.
Debra Morgan Dexter
She’s gotten a bit better this season, but her consistent habit of following people around and whining about her feelings annoys me.