Comedy series captivates viewers with infamous jokes and random situations, which manage to provoke a lot of unexpected laughter. These sequels also feature many memorable characters, and we’re not just talking about the good guys. The villains of comedy series also hold a special place in our hearts.
In this sense, we highlight the best villains of the comic series.
10. Wil Wheaton (The Big Bang Theory)
For many seasons, Wil Wheaton (played by Wil Wheaton himself) was a very present villain in Sheldon’s (Jim Parsons) life, always lying to gain advantages and mocking with the physique’s face.
The rivalry between the two happens precisely because of the actor’s participation in the films of Star Trek, something that was never surpassed by Sheldon. However, in the end, the two manage to reconcile.
9. Evelyn Harper (two and a half man)
When the mothers of the characters of the sitcoms are presented, they are usually extremely funny moments, because their children don’t really want their presence. And Evelyn Harper (Holland Taylor) lives up to that, precisely because she doesn’t hide her disappointment at having kids who aren’t like her, loving to criticize all the life choices they make.
In addition, the character seems to have no feeling, only managing to worry about the vanity and materiality of the things that surround her.
8. Dwight Schrute (The Office)
We cannot be radical in calling Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) bad. But his over-the-top personality and constant paranoia indicate some problems that directly affect his coworkers.
Throughout the series, the character is also shown behaving in a super inappropriate way. There is even a specific episode that he reveals to have a hidden knife, which could easily be used as a weapon, threatening everyone around him.
7. Lilith Sternin (cheers and Frasier)
Lilith Sternin (Bebe Neuwirth), with her suggestive name, is the ex-wife of Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer). Domineering and selfish, the character has no patience for the nonsense of life, in addition to feeling superior to everyone for his education and skills. At one point in the series, she publicly teases Frasier, making him uncomfortable.
6. Sue Ann Nivens (The Mary Tyler Moore Show)
Sue Ann Nivens is a character quite different from any that Betty White has had the opportunity to live in television fiction. Obsessed with men, Sue likes to offend Mary (Mary Tyler Moore) at every possible moment, feeling good about these issues by criticizing her clothes, hobbies and also her rival’s intimate life.
5. Eric Cartman (South Park)
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the character of South Park it is extremely controversial due to several defects, such as aggressiveness, racism, prejudice, arrogance, intolerance and narcissism.
However, he manages to be quite smart when he wants to, tossing acidic phrases to his rivals whenever possible. Despite this, their plans almost never come to fruition, as they are thwarted by Kyle, Kenny or Stan.
4. Ursula Buffay (friends)
Phoebe’s twin sister had a completely opposite personality to hers. Ursula Buffay could be cold, envious and still very cruel when she wanted to. Without a doubt, what irritated the audience most was Ursula’s contempt and indifference to her sister, even using her name as her pseudonym in an adult film.
3. Rick Sanchez (Rick & Morty)
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With the debut of the 5th season of Rick & Morty, new adventures are expected for the main characters. And, for all intents and purposes, Rick Sanchez is a nihilist villain who only thinks about himself when planning the execution of his scientific experiments.
Throughout the animated series, the character commits several crimes and makes great revelations to those around him. He even had the courage to clone his daughter for a totally individual purpose.
2. Charles Montgomery Burns (the Simpsons)
Charles Montgomery Burns’ extreme greed is referenced whenever possible in the Simpson family series.
The character manages to be petty, selfish and inhuman whenever possible, worrying only about enriching himself and also taking advantage of others. For many, Burns is the personification of corporate America, even though he manages to make viewers laugh at various times.
1. Newman (seinfeld)
Last but not least, there is the presence of Newman (Wayne Knight) as the great rival of Jerry Seinfeld, who articulates whenever he can to destabilize him. In his everyday life, he manages to be a bitter person who doesn’t like to do his job the way he should. He also makes speeches against Jerry with a tone of very notable exaggeration.