twansalem
member since 03/23/2005
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About me: I'm a physics grad student, this website is one of my many procrastination tools.

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30 days ago

This is probably a generational thing. I was a kid in the late 80s/early 90s when Growing Pains was on, so I think he's fairly memorable. I think my favorite Mike Seaver moment was when he wrote all the answers for a test on the bottom of his shoes, but didn't need to look at it because the process of copying everything onto his shoes in the first place made him study.

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30 days ago

Fairly memorable, but I know I'm in the minority when I say that I vastly preferred him in a supporting role on "Cheers" to his lead part on "Frasier."

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30 days ago

Memorable in a "I can't stand that *itch" sort of way, well, yeah.

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30 days ago

I think "Cheers" might be the best sitcom ever made. The thing is, I don't know if any one character from the show truly deserves five stars. The show was great as a whole, but no one character really stands out. Cliff was a good one though.

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30 days ago

I think I'm having a heart attack. You hear that Elizabeth I'm coming to join you honey!

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30 days ago

A few years ago I would have said that Urkel would have gone down as one of the most memorable TV characters alongside such characters as Andy Tayler (Andy Griffith Show), Archie Bunker (All in the Family), and Lucy Ricardo (I Love Lucy), but Urkel is fading fast. It's been a long time since I've flipped through the channels and stumbled on a rerun of Family Matters. Anyone who grew up in the 90s will probably always remember him, but I suspect that older generations will forget him, and and that younger generations will never know who he was.

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30 days ago

OK, we've finally reached some real TV characters. Archie Bunker was great. I'd watch old reruns of "All in the Family" before just about anything on TV these days.

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30 days ago

Finally, at #10 on the list, we get a non-90210 character. But what do we get? Borat. Well, I guess he's memorable, but not exactly in a good way.

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30 days ago

OK, some people must have been big 90210 fans back when there was decent traffic on this site. The top of this list is completely dominated by these characters. TV isn't exactly high art or anything, but I'm pretty sure there's been a lot better than this junk.

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30 days ago

Another 90210 airhead I suppose.

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