• Bill and Ted from ‘Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure’

    Bill and Ted from 'Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure'

    Keanu Reeves (in maybe his most comfortable roll ever) plays Ted, one half of the killer rock band Wyld Stallyns. AWESOME! Him and Bill travel back in time in order to pass history class and do 1988 proud- EXCELLENT!
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  • Buster Bluth from ‘Arrested Developement’

    Buster Bluth from 'Arrested Developement'

    Buster took $80,000 worth of cartography lessons, and still thought that the blue on the map was land.
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  • Bob Wiley from ‘What About Bob’

    Bob Wiley from 'What About Bob'

    Clad in his Don’t Hassle Me I’m Local t-shirt, Bob never quits! Even if he has to make it all the way to Lake Winnipesaukee using baby steps. Winner of the Most Lovable Idiot Prize.
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  • Chief and Ralph Wiggum from ‘The Simpsons’

    Chief and Ralph Wiggum from 'The Simpsons'

    Oh Wiggums how I love you so. So many quotes to choose from, like “Grandma had hair like that when she went to sleep in her forever box.” The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree with this family. Chief Wiggum is the worst police officer of all time, “See ya in court, Simpson. Oh, and bring that evidence with ya, otherwise, I got no case and you’ll go scot-free.”
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  • Detective Frank Drebin in ‘The Naked Gun’

    Detective Frank Drebin in 'The Naked Gun'

    Leslie Nielson made us all laugh while investigating a crime like a living looney tunes character. Slapstick might not be the most efficient crime fighting tool, but the results are hilarious.Buzznet

  • Donny in ‘The Big Lebowski’

    Donny in 'The Big Lebowski'

    Donny is one of those interrupting idiots, but even they deserve a proper goodbye. #ShutTheF*ckUpDonny #RIP #Folgers
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  • Harry and Lloyd from ‘Dumb and Dumber’

    Harry and Lloyd from 'Dumb and Dumber'

    The title says it all. With hijinx that include car crashes, laxatives and a big fluffy car, Harry and Lloyd go down as the most unbelievably mentally handicapped comedy characters of all time.
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  • Inspector Clouseau from ‘The Pink Panther’

    Inspector Clouseau from 'The Pink Panther'

    Peter Sellers perfected the role of the bumbling and self self absorbed police inspector, which was later made less lovable by the VERY LOVABLE Steve Martin. Why’d you do it Steve?
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  • Jeff Spicoli from ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’

    Jeff Spicoli from 'Fast Times at Ridgemont High'

    Upon totaling a terrifying young Forest Whitaker’s car, Spicoli says, “Relax, all right? My old man is a television repairman, he’s got this ultimate set of tools. I can fix it.” Best idiot ever!
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  • Lorelei Lee (Marilyn Monroe) in ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’

    Lorelei Lee (Marilyn Monroe) in 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'

    Marilyn, though one of the great beauties of all time perpetually played the dumb blonde. In Gents Prefer Blondes she plays Lorelei, the diamond obsessed gold digger that men die for. As long as she looks great and there’s a musical number involved, I’m in. #Tiffany’s #Cartier #HarryWinston #DiamondsBFF
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  • Michael Scott from ‘The Office’

    Michael Scott from 'The Office'

    Remember when Michael wrote the screenplay “Threat Level: Midnight” and named the leading man, Michael Scarn?
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  • Milton from ‘Office Space’

    Milton from 'Office Space'

    Poor Milton, all he wanted was for his sweet red stapler to stay in one place.
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  • Navin R. Johnson from ‘The Jerk’

    Navin R. Johnson from 'The Jerk'

    “I was born a poor black child.” The end.
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