5 Most Hated TV Characters That We All Wished Were Killed Off, Ranked
Some characters are great, others are just okay, then there are those that rub us the wrong way, and there are those that we just hate with all of our hearts.
We're going to focus on the latter. Here are the top five TV characters that we all wanted to just disappear. That's how annoying they were.
5. Jenny Humphrey (Gossip Girl)
Most characters on Gossip Girl had their "unlikable phase," but when Jenny entered it, she never looked back. In the beginning, Dan's little sister used to be a sweet girl who we all had a soft spot for.
As the seasons went on, she became a total nightmare of a spoiled brat. No one was sad when Taylor Momsen left the show in season 4.
4. Kimmy Gibbler (Full House & Fuller House)
Kimmy was the outcast that everyone poked occasional fun at, and the viewers found her just as tiresome as the Tanners did.
Sure, she was supposed to be insufferable, and Andrea Barber made sure she was more than that in both the original show and the revival one. Kimmy was hilarious though, we'll give her that.
3. Rachel Berry (Glee )
We feel like this one doesn't even need an explanation. Rachel was mean and selfish in season 1, and she didn't get any better… ever.
This wannabe Broadway star didn't deserve as much screen time as she got, and we kind of hoped that the writers would kill off Lea Michele 's character eventually. Sadly, they didn't.
2. Connor (Angel)
Angel's superhuman son was a nuisance from start to finish. He was the typical rebellious teenager, but his powers made him a bigger problem altogether.
No offense to Vincent Kartheiser, but we all wished Connor had gotten what he deserved (yes, even after he became a good guy).
1. Rory Gilmore (Gilmore Girls)
There was no hope of getting rid of Alexis Bledel's character since she was the lead, but that didn't stop us from dreaming about it.
Rory was portrayed as this perfect girl, who always did the right thing, when in reality, she messed up more than anyone else on the show. Honestly, her cheating on Dean alone was enough for us to jump on the Rory hate bandwagon.
It's easy to hate the monsters who do terrible things and kill people. These characters are so much worse because they were designed to be likable.