I don't think you guys understand what the word "worst" means.
But anyway, the first thing that popped into my head was The Big Bang Theory. Literally every single line makes me cringe with third-party embarrassment. The nerd characters are all one-dimensional caricatures and laughing stocks, their personalities and interests are a bullshit amalgamation of nerd cliches seemingly based on the writers reading the front page of Reddit for ten minutes, and every miserable stereotype is constantly reinforced and played for cheap laughs at their expense. It is just an ugly, insulting show on every level, though its worst crime is that it just isn't particularly funny or clever.
At 3/18/13 09:22 PM, RyderOmega wrote:
Breaking Bad; started out okay, but then turned into a shitty family drama around the second/third season.
Huh? The show has consistently deemphasized the family aspects with each season.
At 3/19/13 08:31 PM, LittleWashu wrote:
Adventure time does this to people.
If I'm correctly following your implication here, that is a fucking idiotic reason to dislike something.
At 3/19/13 10:15 PM, Happygrounder wrote:
Well, Two and half men was cool when Charlie Sheen was around. Now all we have is Ashton Kutcher.
Maybe it was more competent at a basic level, but it was still pretty horrible. The main characters (aside from the half man, maybe) are all utterly cynical, petty, spiteful people who hate each other, but unlike Seinfeld or It's Always Sunny, 2.5 Men has no self-awareness about this, and the writing and acting aren't good enough to make hanging out with these horrible people anything more than thoroughly unpleasant. The characters' interactions aren't funny, they're depressing.