8 Crushable Male TV Characters
Some of the characters played on television have made not a few women want to break into the screen. While they don’t exist, these men have made countless hearts aflutter in real life. Some women may even refuse to call the actors who portray these characters by their real name.
Here are just a few of the fictional men on TV who have received this kind of adulation:
Chuck Bass, Gossip Girl
Dirty rich and ridiculously good-looking, Chuck Bass (played by Ed Westwick) lords over the social scene in NYC’s Upper East Side. He really can buy love. He can go to Europe on a whim (on a private jet, thank you very much) and enter Gotham’s most happening nightspots in search of ladyloves. A word of caution though: He is not above date-raping girls and shows sociopathic tendencies.
One good scandal deserves another. Get the Gossip Girl DVDs. XOXO
Dexter Morgan, Dexter
Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is so attractive many women would soon forget he has literally made a killing.
No fear. He only wants to kill. Get Dexter DVDs.
Don Draper, Mad Men
But he can be unfeeling to a fault. That and his proclivity for bedding women do not make him the ideal long-term boyfriend.
Where the truth lies… Get Mad Men DVDs.
Eric Northman, True Blood
Ah, vampires: Their very existence screams sex. Many knickers have dropped for these creatures, anyone from Dracula to Edward Cullen. The fact that they are technically hundreds, maybe thousands, of years old is no deterrent to numerous women’s wish to be bitten.
Take the case of True Blood’s Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard), a Viking who has subsisted all these centuries on finger-licking blood. His bloodthirstiness is matched only by his lust, which makes him all the more mouth-watering. However, his cockiness could be a massive turnoff.
He just wanna do bad things with you. Get True Blood DVDs.
Jim Halpert, The Office
It may sound counterintuitive to love a pale, socially awkward guy who labors away in a paper company. But Jim (John Krasinski) is loyal, humble, and indubitably pretty. He also gets plus points for being able to tickle women’s funny bones – and potentially everywhere else.
A comedy not for everyone. Just anyone that works. Get The Office DVDs.
Seth Cohen, The O.C.
Seth Cohen (Adam Brody) started out in The O.C. as a video-game addict and comic-book geek. His neuroticism was also a fixture throughout the show. Notwithstanding, girls everywhere wanted to date this hot Jew, season after season.
The sun is setting on The O.C. Get The O.C. DVDs.
Silas Botwin, Weeds
This cougar-tutored, great-bodied boy is also the real deal in bed.
The neighborhood has gone green. Get Weeds DVDs.
Trent Lane, Daria
Trent Lane’s elusiveness is compounded by the fact that he is an animated character, the romantic interest of MTV’s darling cynic Daria. Brooding as any 1990s grunge rockistas can be, Trent had female viewers raring for Daria to hook up with him. It never happened, unfortunately.
On second thought, angst stops being sexy to women after college and the bills start piling up. Starving artists do not feed babies, after all.
Trent was voiced by theater actor Alvaro J. Gonzalez.
Talks slow. Thinks fast. Get Daria DVDs.
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By Miss T for Healthy Lifestyle Blogzine