Top 6 Female TV Characters You Wouldn’t Ever Date, Ever.
TV sitcoms have a way of making certain female characters turn into total babes. You would go out and buy posters with these ladies on them, and you wouldn't miss a moment of the TV magic. However, not all female TV characters are created equal. Some can be out right annoying or crazy. Our sister station Lite made a list yesterday of the Top Male TV Characters You Wouldn't Be Caught Dating, So we figured we would handle the ladies. Here’s the Top Female TV Characters You Wouldn't Be Caught Dating if you fall into a TV Universe any time soon.
Blast From Cartoon Past- Wilma Flintstone from The Flintstones
Have you ever watched a show where you just didn’t trust a cartoon character? I have this feeling every time Wilma is on TV. Why is she wearing pearls? There is no way her and Fred can afford these. Fred works at the Slate Rock and Gravel Company, there is no way in hell they can afford this lifestyle. Wilma seems stuck up and rude. Just settle for Betty, she’s the actual babe of the Stone Age anyways.
Amy Farrah Fowler from The Big Bang Theory
Our guys on the show found her on a dating site that she joined to get her mother off of her back. She takes things literally but is gradually lightening up by hanging out with Penny. Her clothing is not appealing at all, and she almost always has a messenger bag wrapped around her as her big purse. She is very nerdy and proves this by always working with Sheldon to conduct little scientific studies or observations on human behavior on their friends. Once in a blue moon you’re able to see Amy’s true feelings, but for the most part they are covered by her high IQ.
Phoebe Buffay from Friends
Remember that kid in first grade who would eat all the glue and crayons? Well, that mostly like was Phoebe. She’s an awesome friend, but could you imagine truly dating her? She’s got all these weird and quirky parts of her personality. She’s a great person, but not wife material. Could you truly sit through one of her performances at Central Perk? Probably not.
Fran Fine from The Nanny
There is probably not much of a need to explain why she isn’t a good choice. But here’s a few: her voice, her appearance, her voice, her intelligence level, her voice, and most importantly her voice. She’s good with kids though, and apparently has a degree in cosmetics.
Carrie Heffernan from The King Of Queens
Everyone in Queens just feels bad for Doug being stuck with her. So why would you voluntarily go out with Carrie? She’s so rude to Doug every single day. Also it’s not just poor Doug, it’s everyone. She’s very self-centered and stuck up. It’s her way or the highway. So if you want to be in a very controlling relationship, date Carrie.
Kimmy Gibbler from Full House
Just like Phoebe, Kimmy is very unique. Have you ever met someone where you just wanted to wash your hands afterwards? Kimmy seems very slimy to the touch. Her whole family seems very eccentric. If you love a woman who just walks into her neighbors home and steals all their food, than Kimmy is your gal. Only risk, you would have to fight off Duane, her long term boyfriend.