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    Bravo's Top 100 characters of All time

    OK, Bravo is airing the top 100 greatest TV characters of all time. Here is the list and respective shows for them:


    COMPLETE SCHEDULE

    Day 1
    100. Xena
    99. Monk
    98. Steve Urkel
    97. Dr. Smith
    96. Artie
    95. Doug Ross
    94. Vic Mackey
    93. Maynard G Krebs
    92. Agent Dale Cooper
    91. Caine
    90. Herman Munster
    89. Lt. Castillo
    88. Jamie Somers
    87. Gomez & Morticia
    86. Maxwell Smart
    85. Napoleon Solo/Illya Kuryakin
    84. Bob Hartley
    83. Vinnie Barbarino
    82. Gil Grissom & Catherine Willow
    81. Cast of Will & Grace


    Day 2
    80. Jack Tripper
    79. Charles Ingalls
    78. Rob & Laura Petrie
    77. Dr. Craig
    76. Ellenor Frutt
    75. Ally McBeal
    74. Beaver
    73. Dr. Johnny Fever
    72. Dick Solomon
    71. Dan Fielding
    70. Niles Crane
    69. David Addison/Maddie Hayes
    68. Benson
    67. Jim Ignatowski
    66. Carla Tortelli
    65. John Boy
    64. Jessica Fletcher
    63. Andy Taylor
    62. Francis Xavier Pembleton
    61. Crockett & Tubbs


    Day 3
    60. Mork
    59. Al & Peg Bundy
    58. Barney Miller
    57. Rhoda Morgenstern
    56. Mick Belker
    55. Capt. Picard
    54. Rocky & Bullwinkle
    53. Pres. Josiah Bartlett
    52. Emma Peel
    51. Murphy Brown
    50. Sam & Diane
    49. Maude Findlay
    48. Ted Baxter
    47. Carmela Soprano
    46. Cast of Friends
    45. Marshal Matt Dillon
    44. Cliff Huxtable
    43. Thomas Magnum
    42. Laverne & Shirley
    41. The Barone Family


    Day 4
    40. Fred Sanford
    39. Kojak
    38. Sgt. Ernie Bilko
    37. Marcus Welby
    36. Barney Fife
    35. Lou Grant
    34. Kermit & Miss Piggy
    33. Maverick
    32. Scully & Mulder
    31. Samantha Stephens
    30. Det. Lenny Briscoe
    29. Alex Keaton
    28. Perry Mason
    27. Ann Marie
    26. Frasier Crane
    25. Joe Friday
    24. Louis DePalma
    23. Andy Sipowicz
    22. Richard Kimble
    21. Mr. Spock


    Day 5
    20. Ed Norton
    19. Eric Cartman
    18. Roseanne
    17. Jim Rockford
    16. George Jefferson
    15. J.R. Ewing
    14. Hawkeye Pierce
    13. Buffy
    12. Edith Bunker
    11. Carrie Bradshaw
    10. Tony Soprano
    9. Capt. James T. Kirk
    8. Mary Richards
    7. Lt. Columbo
    6. Seinfeld Cast
    5. Homer Simpson
    4. The Fonz
    3. Lucy Ricardo
    2. Ralph Kramden
    1. Archie Bunker

    Not a bad list oiverall. I havent watched all of the shows that they were on, but it seems for the most part pretty accurate to me. Buffy at #13 is absurd, no way she is better than Jack Tripper, and by that much too.
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    What, no Al Swearengen or Tobias Funke?
    Tommy, close your eyes.

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    Barney Miller 58? Clearly they meant 5 or 8!
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    Some weird choices... Urkel!?!?! The president from the West wing!?!?! Buffy top 10!?!?!?! Yet they also have entire casts/duo's? WTF????

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    I was joking before, using characters who debuted after the list was made or were on shows that were too new to have made an impact. But, really, where the hell are the Sinclairs? There's never been a show that was so good at razor-sharp satire masquerading as a kids' show.

    For that matter, what about Fred Flintstone, star of the the first animated show in primetime?
    Tommy, close your eyes.

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    Monk? Adrian Monk? Behind Urkel? Monk should be in the top 50.

    The casts of Friends and Will & Grace are also surprising. If any shows deserve cast groupings like that, it'd be M*A*S*H and Wings.
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    Where's ALF?!? Or Sledgehammer?

    In seriousness, where's ALF?

    In true, real seriousness, unless I'm blind, where is anyone from Gilligan's Island, if Bob Denver's other famous character is #93? Their show basically invented the concept of the rerun. No Michael Knight (or even K.I.T.T. for that matter) or the Duke brothers? Those cars (throw in S&H's red Ford Torino) are just as iconic as other humans. No Erica Caine (or other Dynasty cast)? NORM! Steve Rogers and his $6 mill. pricetag?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos View Post
    Where's ALF?!? Or Sledgehammer?

    In seriousness, where's ALF?

    In true, real seriousness, unless I'm blind, where is anyone from Gilligan's Island, if Bob Denver's other famous character is #93? Their show basically invented the concept of the rerun. No Michael Knight (or even K.I.T.T. for that matter) or the Duke brothers? Those cars (throw in S&H's red Ford Torino) are just as iconic as other humans. No Erica Caine (or other Dynasty cast)? NORM! Steve Rogers and his $6 mill. pricetag?
    Do you mean Steve Austin? That is an especially egregious omission when they have Jamie Somers on there.

    And indeed, no ALF is a travesty.

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