Dr. Christian Troy (Nip/Tuck)
Former patients, sex addicts, therapists, strippers, babysitters, and even mother and a daughter duos have all had past sexual relations with Dr. Christian Troy. Ordinarily, any guy who is caught cheating on his girlfriend in his bedroom suffers severe punishment. Christian, on the other hand, turns the predicament into a threesome in the above clip from Nip/Tuck.
In an interview with USA Today Julian McMahon commented on his character, boasting, “Without a doubt I’ve had the most sex scenes in any television show, ever.” He’s even had a sex scene with Rosie O’ Donnell; a clip you’ll just have to look up on your own time.
Barney Stinson (How I Met Your Mother)
Creator and screenwriter Craig Thomas describes Barney as “a pretty fragile character who’s really afraid of being alone.” Though, you wouldn’t know it from most of his sexist scenes on How I Met Your Mother. Neil Patrick Harris couldn’t be more of a jerk to the women that come to his apartment.
Neil, who is actually gay in real life, has had over 200 one-night stands in the course of the show, yet remains as one of the most likable characters. His code of manhood dubbed “The Bro Code” includes rules like the following: “When out with the guys, never accept a call from your girlfriend—unless she’s dying or trapped under a burning fuel truck, and if that’s the case, make it quick.”
The Entire Cast Of Mad Men
Just one character out of this show wouldn’t be enough of an example to show how obviously sexist Mad Men is. Stories and history lessons about inequality in the workplace can’t compare to seeing it on screen. Nearly every male character, no matter how big or small, is a womanizer in each episode.
The ’60s was certainly a strange time to be in the medical field. Birth control pills were taboo for unmarried women and it wasn’t uncommon for a doctor to smoke. When Peggy visits the gynecologist for her first (and last) time during the show, the help that she gets might as well be sexual harassment.
All throughout the first season, Pete certainly has a shitty way of showing Peggy how he likes her. Here’s the classic moment when they first met; who knew they’d be hooking up later that night?
Joey is perhaps the most likable skirt chaser on TV due to his dimwitted charm and humor. Sure he’s a womanizer, but he’s too dumb to know it. In this compilation of his famous catchphrase “How You Doin’?” it’s easy to see that Joey’s libido has no off button.
In real life Friends actor Matt LeBlanc certainly has a way with women as well. According to a NBC interview about he revealed that he once seduced two stewardesses and convinced them to take him in as a roommate when he first moved to New York City.
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