Community·Posted on May 12, 2021I Ranked "The Irregulars" Characters From Worst To BestPlease don't hate me. 😀by aquilaaaCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 8. The Linen Man Netflix I think this one's pretty self-explanatory. From the moment this man got on a boat to London, I knew something was up. What's the lesson here? Never trust random smile-y men who show up in your nightmares to calm you with his soothing Southern accent. 7. Sherlock Holmes Netflix Honestly, I'm a bit of a Sherlock sympathizer. I'm aware that he's done awful things — most notably ignoring John and abandoning his daughters — but honestly, I relate too much to his need for greatness to hate on him that much. Sherlock clearly is (or maybe was, before drugs and power addled him) brilliant, which is the only reason most people cared to talk to him, with the exception of John Watson. He was revered for his special deductive capabilities, and was trained to believe that if he couldn't impress others with his mind, he wasn't worth anything. Don't get me wrong, I totally despise him for abandoning his best friend and daughters, but I think he's not all bad. 6. John Watson Netflix I have absolutely no idea where I stand with this man. Yeah, he did open the first rip which led to the entire debacle of the show, but he's also just a fool in love who has adopted four (maybe even five) misfit teens. 5. Billy Netflix Billy — oh, where do I start? I have such a love-hate relationship with this man. He would do absolutely anything to protect his friends, but it takes a while to get past all his thick skin. It's understandable that he's so closed off, after experiencing the things he did at the workhouse, but sometimes it can make him a real jerk (like with Leo). 4. Spike Netflix Spike is the most wholesome character in the series, and by far the most realistic of the group. He's the only one with the sense to run away from danger, not towards it. He's terrified most of the time, but ultimately would do anything to help his family. 3. Bea Netflix Bea is a strong, independent woman who protected her little sister at all costs throughout the workhouse, became the group's de-facto leader through their poverty, and used (non-inhereted) deductive reasoning to solve almost every problem thrown her way. 2. Leo Netflix Come on, you know I couldn't not love Leo! He's a huge softie, one of the kindest people to ever grace the streets of London, and never lets the cruel world ruin his chipper outlook on life. Plus — Harrison Osterfield is hot. You know I'm right. 1. Jessie Netflix This outstanding human being has been through so much terror and pain, and yet she stays strong throughout. Could you imagine being just an orphan teenager, thinking you're losing your mind, and suddenly the safety of the world revolves around you and your terrifying nightmares? Even with a fear of being alone, Jessie gains independence and takes on the responsibilities no one else can bear. Honestly, I just want to give her a hug. So, what are your thoughts? Do you agree or disagree with my ranking? Let me know in the comments below.