Well as the Nostalgia Critic would say, now you can take your revenge on me. This is the top 10 list of characters I like but everyone hates.
#10.) Elmo (Sesame Street): Okay, I know this sounds weird of me, but I have not grown out of Sesame Street. It's the best educational show in the world, no wonder it never gets canceled from PBS. Hey, let's face it, it's better than Barney and Teletubies. I understand that people find Elmo as annoying as Scrappy Doo, but I think he's one of the best role models for any child who watches Sesame Street. So come guys, let me like this little red monster, at least he's been improved. And oh, if your kid really loves Elmo, DEAL WITH IT AND LIGHTEN UP!
#9.) 60's Batman: The fact is, there are a lot of hard-core Batman fans who found this a disgrace to the whole franchise, but I find it more entertaining than the two Schumacher films. I know it's not the dark and serious Batman that we know and love, but I still find it fun and entertaining. besides the performances of Adam West as the Dark Knight, Bert Ward as Robin make this version a classic.
Holy dynamics, Batman! Without this version, there wouldn't be a parody of that parody of this dynamic duo as retired Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy from SpongeBob Squarepants. Plus you got to love that theme song.
(60's Batman theme plays)
#8.) Candace Flynn (Phineas and Ferb): Already I see some people hating this character for trying so hard in every episode to bust her brothers for building things they're to young to build. But she's only concerned for their safety. Besides I think it's actually funny how hard she tries and tries again and again, but she just never succeeds. Plus, she does her good moments where she realizes that she has to be the hero and forget the proof she had of the boys actions. Not only that but sometimes she blunders in a goofy sort of fashion. So friends, please don't take cartoons so seriously.
#7.) Squidward Tentacles (SpongeBob Squarepants): Yeah, I know he's a jerk and he really hates his job, SpongeBob and Patrick, but mostly SpongeBob. I do find it funny that he tires to avoid/ignore the main characters, play the clarinet very poorly and when he gets really bad luck in almost every episode he appears. As a kid, I actually found it fun to play with various toys of Squidward, as well as several other SpongeBob characters. The only flaw I see of him, is how Nickelodeon now treats this character ever since Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of the show left the series and it all goes downhill for us SpongeBob fans.
#6.) Miss Piggy (The Muppets): How can you possibly not like this pig?! She's so hilarious the way she gets mad and karate chop Kermit, the guest stars, the villains, and some of the other Muppets. I understand that some of you hate her because of that reason. It doesn't bother me at all. So she is still helpful through the shows and movies. And have you ever seen her fight the bad guys for herself and Kermit? So yeah, Miss Piggy is definitely one of my favorite Muppets.
#5.) Tiffany (Bride Of Chucky): You may think that the fourth Child's Play movie was weird, but I have to disagree with you on that. At least this has a better storyline than 2, and 3. But about Tiffany, I just like how that Chucky has a psychotic wife at his side. It's sickening to see two killer dolls having sex, but hey, it's just a movie. So like Chucky, Tiffany can still be funny and menacing in her own way. So, she may be cute, but she's still dangerous, so don't mess with her.
#4.) Hinata Hyuga (Naruto) : Say what you want about her, I think she's the perfect girlfriend for Naruto. I mean unlike Sakura, who blows up all the time, Hinata is sweet, sensitive, shy, but still kicks ass as a ninja. Besides how can anyone resist a face like that. :3
#3.) Blyth and the Pets (The Littlest Pet Shop): You know how people complain that it's a rip off of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic? Why? Because Blyth is voiced by the same actress who does Rainbow Dash, Zoe Trent has Princess Celestia's voice, Twilight Sparkle's fur and Rarity's personality? Hey let's face it, despite the similarities, I think it's a very fun and cute cartoon, with relatable characters and smart episodes.
"So please, guys. Let me watch a girls' cartoon!"
#2.) Julie Yamamoto (Ben 10 Alien Force and Ultimate Alien): What is it with this hate around this character? Is it cause she gets kidnapped? Is it cause she wears pink? Is it cause she's shallow? Is it cause she's Asian?
But seriously, she's a better girlfriend for Ben than that b#*ch Kai! If she were shallow, she would have whined and moaned about every adventure they go on, like Willie from Temple Of Doom. Plus she's the most awesome girl I've seen throughout the series. She plays tennis, and sometimes fights with or without her pet alien Ship. The only thing I don't like about her and the rest of the characters is how they're all treated in Omniverse!
Before I get to Number 1, here are some honorable mentions.
The cast from Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, except for Hamish and the cheating husband.
Angelina Jolie's Maleficent
D.W. from Arthur
Quinn from Daria
#1.) Leprechaun (Leprechaun): I understand that no one would find this little green monster as scary as Freddy Krueger or Jason Voorhees, but the idea about a leprechaun killing people for his pot of gold is a great idea!
"I WANT ME GOLD!!!" And in case you didn't know, back in the dark ages, the Irish believed that leprechauns would kidnap their children at night and force the parents to give them a pot of gold for their freedom. But if that's the case, why didn't this one do it in any of the movies? The character here is played by Warwick Davis, who is also famous the roles of Wicket the E-wok from Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi and the star of Willow. He also has a sitcom on BBC America called Life's Too Short. I admit that I'm not really a fan of cheesy movies, but I found this franchise a lot fun to watch. This Leprechaun is scary and funny.
Ben 10 (c) Man Of Action
Leprechaun (c) Lionsgate
Littlest Pet Shop (c) Hasbro
Sesame Street (c) Sesame Workshop
The Muppets (c) Jim Henson