Chris Kattan as Bob, THE MIDDLE
The best thing about season two of the laughfest? That we’ve spent a lot less time following Frankie to the car lot and, as a result, not had to endure the painfully unfunny antics of her insecure co-worker. Kattan is naturally funny… this part, however, isn’t.
Diedrich Bader as Charlie, OUTSOURCED
When this show launched, we expected to be offended by the cultural stereotypes. Instead, the most offensive thing has been Bader’s alter ego. On a show that’s often surprisingly sweet, his obnoxious character is the one we most want to export from the series.
Rainn Wilson as Dwight, THE OFFICE
In the early days, we laughed uncomfortably at the social misfit. Now, we’re ready for Dwight to be transferred to an undisclosed location.
C.S. Lee as Vince, DEXTER
Since the show began, nearly every character on the canvas has evolved. Vince, however, has remained mired in the kind of low-brow sex jokes we’d expect from FAMILY GUY’s Quagmire.
Chris Colfer as Kurt, GLEE
This is the one character we don’t want to see actually excised from their show. Instead, we want Kurt to be written like a human being as opposed to either a complete ass (like the first six episodes of the season) or a martyr (like the second six). Then again, we’d love for any character on this show to be written like an actual, relatable person.