The 24 Least Insurable Characters in Television and Movies

by Howie Decker @HowardTheDeck on June 25, 2017

in Lists, Television

Jack Bauer returns in 24: Live Another Day tonight on FOX.

May 2 was National Life Insurance Day.

These two thoroughly unrelated things got us thinking: who are the most uninsurable characters in television and movies past and present? Whether due to extreme clumsiness, habitual carelessness, or a dangerous line of work, these are the 24 (see what we did there?) least insurable characters in movies and television:

Clark Griswold | Vacation franchise

Steve Urkel | Family Matters

Jack Bauer | 24

Oliver Queen | Arrow

Brick Tamland | Anchorman

Colt SeaversĀ | The Fall Guy

Rose Nylund | The Golden Girls

Any superhero without powers and/or a protective suit/device

Wile E. Coyote | Looney Tunes

Every character in Clue

Kenny | South Park

Pete Campbell | Mad Men

Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor | Home Improvement

GOB and Buster Bluth | Arrested Development

gob buster bluth gif

KITT | Knight Rider

The White family | Breaking Bad

Jack Tripper | Three’s Company

Tony Soprano | The Sopranos

Chuck Bartowski | Chuck

Alan Garner | The Hangover

Cody Mix May 5, 2014 at 2:43 pm

Haha I like that Pete Campbell made the list. Friggin Pete Campbell!

Stacey Rader May 5, 2014 at 4:33 pm

I could watch that GIF of Pete falling down the stairs all day.

Lamar the Revenger May 6, 2014 at 9:39 am

As a son of a former insurance agent, I approve

Eric D May 7, 2014 at 11:24 pm

Hmm no mention of Homer Simpson……..

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