How Rude!: The Most Annoying Little Sisters in Television History
Today is actress Jodie Sweetin's birthday. The co-star of television's Full House turns 30 today, making us all who grew up with her immediately old. Considering that Jonathan Taylor Thomas turned 30 himself a few months back, I should be looking into getting my affairs in order.
As Pink Floyd sang, "You're older, shorter of breath and one day closer to death."
Sweetin's character, the meddlesome and whiny middle sister Stephanie Tanner, was one of the most annoying little sisters in television history. This is the same broad who turned down Duckface in season three and really awful alterna-teens friends in later seasons.
I never liked her much, preferring the thick and sensual DJ Tanner or Aunt Rebecca for my preteen fantasy fodder. Though in the end, Sweetin would out-hot them all. Here, look at her now. Rarr!
I polled the Facebook peanut gallery and asked them who they thought were the most annoying kid sisters in television history. You would be surprised how angry some people got, dredging up old horrible memories of imaginary characters they never even met. Little sisters don't get any respect, mainly because they are always causing trouble or ruining your life.
Olivia, The Cosby Show
Some folks were really against Raven-Symoné's character Olivia, and the whole Cosby cast in general. What a difference two decades makes.
Chrissy Seaver, Growing Pains
What did Chrissy ever do to anyone, besides ruin Mrs. Seaver's sinfully tight body?
Quinn Morgendorffer, Daria
Okay, Quinn was annoying as hell, but she was pretty hot for a cartoon character. It was those '90s baby-doll tees.