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Obviously it's Alf Garnett, but what do you think?

My top ten

Alf Garnett
Rupert Rigsby
Albert Steptoe
Victor Meldrew
Captain George Mainwaring
Norman Stanley Fletcher
Terry Collier
Rene Artois
Anthony Hancock
Basil Fawlty
Here’s mine :D

Frank Spencer

Jim Royale

Richard Briers

Terry Scott

Arthur Lowe

Lucile Ball

Ronnie Barker

Del Boy and cast

John Cleese

Ricky Gervaise

This country cast
Toss up for me between Father Jack Hackett and DI Derek Grim.
Top 10, in no particular order.

David Brent - The Office
Dan Ashcroft - Nathan Barley
Alan Partridge - I'm Alan Partridge
Basil Fawlty - Fawlty Towers
Eddie Hitler - Bottom
Super Hans - Peep Show
Brian Potter - Phoenix Nights
Derek Trotter - Only Fools & Horses
Matthew Malone - Game On
Jay Cartwright - The Inbetweeners
Jean and Winnie - Early Doors.
Derek Trotter
Toss up between Basil Fawlty and Alan Partridge
But a further vote goes to Grumio :D
Mention of the 2 old guys in "Still Game"
Victor Meldew-One foot in the grave
Norman Stanley Fletcher -Porridge
Syd James-Bless this house
Youtha Joyce (spelling)-Man about the house/George and Mildred
Del boy-only fools and horses
Basil-Faulty Towers
Rigsby-rising damp
Al Murray-Time Gentleman please
so many classics to name.
Basil Fawlty - by some distance too.

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