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16 Basic Men From Popular TV Shows Who Are Straight-Up Horrible

Repeat after me: "Chuck Bass is trash!"

We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us the worst male TV characters of all time. Here are the frustrating results.

Note: Some of these submissions include topics of sexual assault.

1. Barney Stinson in How I Met Your Mother, when he mistreated this woman at MacLaren's in the most disgusting way.

2. Ross Geller in Friends, when he thought it was absolutely ridiculous for his son to play with a Barbie doll.

3. Jim Halpert in The Office, when he totally disregarded Pam's wishes and bought a house WITHOUT TELLING HER.

4. Derek Shepherd in Grey's Anatomy, when Meredith wanted to end their relationship for professional reasons and he ignored her anyway.

5. Mr. Schue in Glee, when he planted drugs in Finn's locker so he could blackmail him into joining the Glee Club.

6. Quagmire in Family Guy, when he sexually assaulted Meg while she was asleep.

7. Aleksandr Petrovsky in Sex and the City, when he slapped Carrie once she started venting her frustrations with their relationship.

8. George Costanza in Seinfeld, when he faked being handicapped to land a new job and his own private bathroom.

9. Ted Mosby in How I Met Your Mother, when he participated in a degrading modeling contest and made transphobic jokes in the process.

10. Chuck Bass in Gossip Girl, when he sexually assaulted Serena in the pilot episode.

11. Dawson Leery in Dawson's Creek, when he forced Joey to make big life decisions she wasn't always ready for.

12. Fitzgerald Grant in Scandal, when he constantly cheated on Mellie, Olivia, and everyone in between.

13. Dean Forester in Gilmore Girls, when he broke up with Rory because she didn't say "I love you" back.

14. Oliver Trask in The O.C., when he manipulated Ryan and Marissa's relationship and broke them up so he could be with her instead.

15. Mr. Grant in The Mary Tyler Moore Show, when he paid Mary less money because she was a woman.

16. And Eric Forman in That '70s Show, when he totally disregarded Donna's feelings and ended things just because she wouldn't wear a promise ring.