12 Beloved TV Characters that are Actually Horrible People
6. The Big Bang Theory’s Sheldon Cooper
Sheldon Cooper is so beloved by Big Bang Theory fans that a prequel series revolving around him — Young Sheldon — recently started to air. Still, while he may not realize it himself, Sheldon is a horrible person.
Although insanely intelligent, Sheldon lacks common sense, has a superiority complex, and can be downright nasty at times. Not to mention that for the longest time, he didn’t give girlfriend Amy the affection or respect she yearned for.
5. This Is Us’ Kevin Pearson
He’s handsome, charming, and funny, but Kevin Pearson is also a horrible person. He treated his adopted brother Randall like an outcast while growing up, cheated on his wife, and selfishly relies on twin Kate for way too much.
Still, he is beloved by fans who have watched the Pearson family story unfold and while he’s self-absorbed, there are a lot of reasons as to why Kevin is the way that he is.
4. Dexter’s Dexter Morgan
A serial killer with a goal to use his passion for murdering in a constructive way?
Yes, Dexter Morgan did have a good reason as to why he had homicidal tendencies, and it was nice that he channeled them towards axing the evils within society like rapists, molesters, and other serial killers. But the main issue is he still killed people — a lot of people — which is why he lands at number four on this list.