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Maybe the rise of the White Walker is kind of like the end of Breaking Bad: an immensely destructive greater evil shows up to give even the show’s most immoral and unlikable characters something to fight against and possibly earn redemption.
With a TV landscape increasingly littered with unlikable characters, gratuitous violence, and true-crime dramas, a smart show about good people just trying to help one another is a breath of fresh air.
Despite Leigh’s appeal, Elsa — who's the most knowledgeable about autism and has done the most to help Sam — is unlikable, while her husband, who is mostly just winging it, is a more heroic and sympathetic figure.
This most unlikable of creatures does have one redeeming feature, however, as a responsible parent.
Simpson is an unsavory, unlikable character, with no redeeming value other than to score a buck off his name — autographs, interviews, appearances.
Some Austen fans questioned the choice of the quote – spoken in the novel with deep insincerity by the unlikable Caroline Bingley.
Some Austen fans questioned the choice of the quote — spoken in the novel with deep insincerity by the unlikable Caroline Bingley.
Malvolio’s Return to the Fold: As suggested above, Norman Moses’ Malvolio earns our empathy – no mean feat, given how unlikable this character can be (and in some ways just plain is).
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