Fictional life sometimes does things well, and this is the case when the characters in the series who deserved to die end up dying in excruciating pain. But the screenwriters are also, from time to time, little sadistic puffs who take pleasure in inventing a good big shitty life for their characters. This is how we end up with huge fishers to whom fate does not give a gift. A bit as if they were experimenting with the galleys of Mercury in retrograde power 1000.
1. Bree Van de Kamp (Desperate Housewives)
- 1 1. Bree Van de Kamp (Desperate Housewives)
- 2 2. Sansa Stark (Game of Thrones)
- 3 3. Chloé Delcourt (Tomorrow Belongs to Us)
- 4 4. Jesse Pinkman (Breaking Bad)
- 5 5. Phoebe Buffay (Friends)
- 6 6. Rick Grimes (Walking Dead)
- 7 7. Daniel Hardman (Suits)
- 8 8. Meredith Gray (Grey’s Anatomy)
- 9 9. The kids in the Disastrous Adventures of the Baudelaire Orphans
- 10 10. Squid Game Participants
The 4 girlfriends of Wisteria Lane are all subscribed to bad luck, but Bree is probably the one who takes the most expensive. Her first husband got shot by his lover, her second husband is linked to a murder and is blackmailing, her son is a jerk, she is an alcoholic and, when she helps her friends hide a body, they end up with him to turn your back. The girl had to pass under a dozen ladders in her childhood, I can only see that.
2. Sansa Stark (Game of Thrones)
What could happen worse than having a psychopathic and sadistic first boyfriend? Ben to have a second one even more violent, even more cruel, and even more rapist. After the cholera/Joffrey, Sansa got the plague/Ramsay, and if you also take into account the fact that half the people she loved got killed, we can honestly say that she shit a lot. . Luckily she has a mind of steel the Queen of the North.
3. Chloé Delcourt (Tomorrow Belongs to Us)
Rarely have we seen a girl who has lived through so many galleys. By chance: her boyfriend cheats on her, he disappears, they give her a 6-month-old kid when she didn’t ask for anything, she’s the victim of a crow, her son does shit all the time, the principal of the high school where she is CPE is a stalker, and all the students in her high school experience the worst possible stories. And yet, that’s only a tenth of his life as a crapper. This woman is the human equivalent of a broken mirror.
4. Jesse Pinkman (Breaking Bad)
Of all the Breaking Bad characters, Jesse Pinkman is probably the most endearing, but also the one you wouldn’t want to be for anything in the world. The guy is manipulated by that big toxic Walter White, is disowned by his family, loses all the people he loves, and is forced back into the meth business as soon as he tries to leave it. I won’t even tell you about the terrible story of his girlfriend because it breaks my heart and my computer is currently covered in tears.
5. Phoebe Buffay (Friends)
Among the group of New York friends, Phoebe is the one who gives off the most good vibes, and yet it is the one who has slept the most in her life. Her father abandoned her, and on Christmas Day, when she was a kid, Phoebe found her mother who had killed herself by putting her head in the oven. No, that’s not all: she also lived on the streets, was stabbed by a guy, and caught hepatitis by being spat in the mouth by a pimp. It’s an even less enviable journey than listening to an entire Bénabar album.
6. Rick Grimes (Walking Dead)
Even if Rick Grimes is unbearable and his character is overrated, we can’t take away from him the fact that life has given him no gift. After taking a bullet, he woke up from a coma in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, his wife and his kid were killed, he saw a bunch of his relatives die and turn into zombies and had to kill his best buddy who turned completely nasty. Do not be surprised that he regularly played the little dictator, he must have been slightly upset. On the other hand, go shampoo your hair, my little Rick, because that’s no longer possible.
7. Daniel Hardman (Suits)
Even though all of the characters in Suits does not inspire me with any empathy, good old Daniel looks like a big fat victim of life. It’s simple, in 9 seasons, absolutely all his plans to take over the cabinet have failed miserably. He would almost be pitiful if he weren’t rotten to the core.
8. Meredith Gray (Grey’s Anatomy)
Come on, here are some elements of the fabulous life of Meredith Gray in disorder: her father abandoned her in her childhood, her bipolar mother neglected her then had Alzheimer’s, she had many miscarriages, her husband died in front of his eyes, his friends have almost all slammed, and, to drive the point home, his dog is dead. Not the dog what…
9. The kids in the Disastrous Adventures of the Baudelaire Orphans
From the title, we understood that the poor orphans were going to have a bad time, and it did not fail. After losing their parents in a fire, therefore, the children are entrusted to Count Olaf, a disgusting old man who seeks to kill them to recover their fortune. Basically, their life consists of doing everything to escape death, which on a psychological level must be slightly complicated. Finally I was not so bad with my parents who didn’t want to buy me a scooter.
10. Squid Game Participants
Already not particularly spoiled by life (even if some of them had looked for it a little bit), the players more or less forced to Squid Game accumulated enough bad luck for a lifetime in a few days. Finally, for their end of life, suddenly, since they almost all die over the trials. In the end, it’s Seong Gi-hun who will keep the trauma all to himself. With a good bunch of wheat anyway, which can help to pass the pill.