We have a lot of personalities here...if you had to describe yourself by using a TV character, who would it be?
And yes, it can be from any era (at the great sorrow of those who will complain about eldergays).
I'm Julia Sugarbaker.
I love to read people and tell them to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the journey!
Gary the Snail
Thanks for reminding us about those eldergays, OP.
Any character after 1990.
I'm a pastiche of every single small screen Sally Field character: the insouciant charm of a motherless surfer girl, the religious humor of a soaring nun, the matriarchal glue that holds a Pasadena family together.
But with more gravitas and global appeal befitting a Movie Star and gay icon.
In a world full of Blanche Devereauxs.
A couple people at work have told me that I'm like that gay character on Happy Endings, because I'm masculine say dude a lot and I'm obsessed with sports (watching Superbowl right now).
The thing is I've never seen the show, it seems way too femine for my tastes. So I have no idea what character they're talking about.
Dick Van Dyke, from the show of the same, with a crack pipe in both hands.
Rhoda Morgenstern here. On a bad day, Taffy Davenport.
I'm Roseanne Connor, but more extroverted and outspoken.
Betty Draper. Only slightly less emotional than she is.
R12 May I beat you with a car aerial? LOL
Brick from "The Middle."
In my younger days, Darin Stevens (ad exec with a magical relationship) these days Uncle Joe from Petticoat Junction
Brian Kinney. Fuck off!
Constance Langdon, you stupid son-of-a-bitches.
God help me a gay Don Draper.
I am Mrs. Norman Maine!
I'm Doctor Weaver from "ER".
I'd rather be Joan Collins on "Dynasty", but I am what I am.
R23. I went to college with Doctor Weaver (Laura Inness). Trust me--you don't want to be her. Huge bitch.
I am Uncle Fester......Only not as good looking
R10, he's the guy everyone knows is gay and he's not overly masculine so you're not missing much. He also sings in a group that adores Madonna so he's also not very much like you. Unless all your friends really think you're a flaming boy and that's why they think of you.
I'm a cross between "Xander" from Buffy, and "Ted" from Queer and Folk.
Maybe a little Leonard from "Bing Bang Theory" thrown in.
And as much as I hate to admit it, an awful lot of "Sheldon" from Big Bang theory.
Cersei Lannister here.
Mostly Chandler Bing with a little NICER Jerry Seinfeld. Smart ass and an eye roller.
Sometimes, The Professor...sometimes, Gilligan..
Jerry Seinfeld, I can be funny, nothing ever rattles me, and I'm unbelievably lucky.
My mother was George Costanza. She had his rage, even had his unrelenting NY accent.
Which is sad. Because as much as I love Joan, she is fundamentally a tragic character.
Mr. Ed with a little bit of My Mother The Car thrown in.
Grizzly Adams with Mrs. Garrett highlights
Ricky Ricardo, only my eyes don't bulge.
Erica Kane Martin Brent Cudahy Chandler Montgomery Montgomery Chandler Marick Marick Montgomery
I'm one third Lucy, one third Diane Chambers and one third Sheldon Cooper. Hot mess doesn't begin to describe me.
I love r5.
I'm the Mary!
Remember that very special Dexter/Big Bang crossover episode?
I'm the man-baby of Dexter Morgan and Dr Sheldon Cooper but trained to do the West Wing/Gilmore Girls fast walk-and-talk.
Rebecca De Mornay in the Hand that rocks the cradle. I have alot of hatred towards people who have wronged me and I am currently plotting their demise. Sometimes I'll just follow one of them around (in disguise of course) and imagine how amazing it would be to grease the brakes on their car.
The Hand that Rocks the Cradle was a movie, not a TV show.
My nickname in high school was Daria but I've also been likened to Jaye from Wonderfalls. So yeah, I'm a little cynical.
"I am [italic]so[/italic] cuter. It's like common knowledge Romy... Everybody thinks so.
I'm the Mary and you're the Rhoda"
A less handsome Fred Mertz
A lot Liz Lemon, a little bit Elaine Benes and a medium amount of Blaire Waldorf.
I'm Squidward (from Sponge-Bob Square-Pants) crossed with Sheldon (from Big Bang Theory).
No, I don't have a lot of friends.
I'm a mix of Niles Crane, Will Truman, and Chandler Bing.
Mainly Lovey Thurston-Howell, with a little Emma Peel when annoyed.
I am Chuck Cunningham.
Karen Walker with less money but still a fat, rich husband
Equal parts Suzanne Sugarbaker, Charlene Frazier, and Eunice Higgins.
I'm Suzanne because mostly I'm a vain, catty, self-absorbed, curvaceous beauty queen who generally does not much care for other women.
I'm Charlene because I'm a slightly naive Chatty Cathy doll that obsesses easily and can be endlessly and utterly fascinated by absolutely nothing, as Julia would say.
I'm Eunice because I have an often tumultuous relaionship with my mama, I feel things very deeply, which some people might call "dramatic", and I know how it is to be endlessly disappointed. I think maybe there's a little Eunice in all of us.
R87, darling, I have tickets to see your one woman show in Melbourne (Australia) next week. I'm sure you'll knock all our socks off !!!!!
P.S. please bring Megan with you.
Monica - Friends
Maude Findlay. I offer unsolicited advice to friends, which often times backfires in my face, I'm overbearing, have no fashion sense, and I wear a lot of full length tunics and cowls. I also find the opportunity to sing an old standard in every other episode and hurl an insult while swigging a champagne cocktail and popping a Miltown.
How come all these gay guys on here are comparing themselves to women?
You're men you should only compare yourselves to men.
[R95]= Richard Simmons
McMurphy from China Beach.
R95, because there are too many Liz Lemon types who enjoy the pointless bitchery displayed on this public message board