ITT: "Protagonist" that you still like despite them actually being horrible people.
This thread is practically made for her. PEOPLE. SHE'S FUCKING TWELVE
It's not spam if the supply doesn't over-exceed the demand, you faggot.
This bunch of assholes, they are fucking awesome ! watching shows with dicks characters is pretty funny, i'm tired of gentle characters.
also long lives Beavis & Butt-Head and Fritz the Cat too.
What the heck is wrong with you this show was horrible. Clara was a beeyatch, Hero was retarded, Xandir was a humongous faggot, Toot was disgusting, Spanky was rude, Foxxy was a whore and a Mary Sue in the first seasons, Wooldoor is just annoying, and Ling-Ling has no personality.
It's a thread about liking horrible people even if they are horrible, and all the things you said make them great characters, they are funny and politically incorrect ! and this show was awesome !
It's her fault the family is as fucked up as it is.
She raised them all.
>whore and a Mary sue
That doesn't even make sense
>Xandir was a humongous faggot
Yeah, that was the joke.
>Toot was disgusting, Spanky was rude
Again, they weren't subtle about these being the jokes.
I want to call you 12, but there's no way anyone who saw Drawn Together is still underage. So I guess you're just retarded?
Every character in this show, besides Woodhouse, is a horrible person, but the chemistry between them is so great that I just can't help but like them.
I don't care what /co/'s autism says, I like him.
So are there any epic Gem myths the humans passed down through oral tradition and stories? I like to think, at least at some point, something similar to that scene from Star Trek: Into Darkness happened. You know, the scene where the Enterprise rose out of the water on that one planet and the people began to worship it as a god.
Honestly, a pretty good portion of the Venture Bros. cast are terrible people but you just can't help loving them.
One of the biggest jerks of a protagonist, and yet pretty damn laughable.
We are not establishing a democracy in this house. This is a dictatorship, and I rule with an iron DICK!
This. But also, I find it kind of funny how Archer has become less of an asshole over time. I mean, he's still a terrible person, but over time he's actually learned to show some empathy.
And the fact that as bad as he is, considering his upbringing he should be way worse. Like living in a basement somewhere murdering escorts.
He's loud, abrasive, violent, inconsiderate, a terrible father, and an equally terrible husband, and legit actual misogynist, but damn if he isn't funny.
his methods of achieving his crazy goals have actually reached to the levels of terrorism yet i always cheer for the guy it's a shame the show only got 3 seasons
> calling my cuddle monster fuzzball bundle of fun literally perfect waifu a horrible person
SHE IS JUST MISUNDERSTOOD ALL SHE NEEDS IS LOVE! FUCK YOU NORMIES REEEEE!!!
Cotton is a pretty good guy though and is one of if not the absolute best character in all of KotH.
The Episodes of him going to Japan, Bobby going to that military school or w/e it was, and the ones leading up to his death are all my favorite.
At the very least I'd rather deal with Cotton than Peggy's stupid ass, at least Cotton's faults can be attributed to being a product of his time.
During an interview, when discussing his King of the Hill characters, Toby Huss admitted to really liking Cotton, and he thought that between the two of them Kahn was by easily the worse of the two of them.
And the funny thing is, he's right. Cotton was an asshole, but he had moments of decency and was likable. Kahn had a "superior than thou" attitude, despite being a massive pussy.
"DaleTech" is great in that regard, because it ultimately shows Cotton outwitting Kahn, and actually doing something good for Hank.
Khan is an asshole and on occasion funny but then you learn its not really his fault because his behavior is a result of the medication he takes for his manic depression and all the stress from work and impressing his wife's family. even before that revelation he fell apart pretty hard when he failed at being a provider. He also genuially thinks of Hank as a friend
though alot of episodes after this revelation seem to like to ignore thisand trusts bobby around his daughter.
I like both Cotton and Khan and they are heavily flawed people.
also I just find it hard not to love Cotton, cant help but respect the man