6. Arya Stark (Game of Thrones)
/is afraid of giving George R.R. Martin and/or David Benioff and D. B. Weiss any ideas
//prays to the Gods Old and New that Arya doesn’t get Red Wedding’d
///thanks the God of Tits of Wine that “Red Wedding’d” can be used in casual conversation
7. Saul Berenson (Homeland)
Saul dying would be like my actual father kicking the bucket, and I like Saul and I like father, so why would I want that to happen, you monster? The oh so stern one is the best reason to watch Homeland this season, unless you’re a Dana lover, in which case, go to the picnic blanket that mysteriously showed up in your kitchen, there’s definitely not an endless pit underneath that’s punishment for enjoying TV’s worst character. Saul is such a comforting, paternal presence, which is another way of saying the world needs his beard now more than ever.
8. Crazy Eyes (Orange Is the New Black)
In the weeks following Orange Is the New Black‘s Netflix/think-piece explosion, I must have had the same conversation at least a dozen times: “Who’s your favorite character?” “Like, ever?” I’d respond, immediately thinking of Goo from My Brother and Me. “No, on Orange Is the New Black.” Oh. Anyway, I always gave the same answer, and more often than not, so did they: Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren. I don’t know what it was about her that makes her so wonderful, so unique, so piss happy, except for all that. It’s probably the crazy eyes.
9. Daniel Holden (Rectify)
Mostly because the end of Daniel Holden would mean the end of Rectify, which would make the 47 people who watch Rectify furious. (Please watch Rectify. Please don’t kill Daniel, Rectify.)
10. Dexter (Dexter)
OH WAIT. F*ck you, Dexter.
I want more like this!
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