Irving Maimway: You're assuming that hasn't happened already?
NashMcNash: DjangoStonereaver: Hello?[25.media.tumblr.com image 350x525]The average age of Buzzfeed's writers must be like 20.I don't know if that would actually count. True, the Fonz was initially a minor character, but quickly became the star of the show.
NeoCortex42: Stargate was great with minor characters:[images.wikia.com image 347x432]The 'chevron' guy.The 'always getting injured' guy.
thecpt: Saiga410: Porkens jowls jiggle at the idea that Wedge was a more beloved minor character in the SW universe.What can he do with his jowls? Pull them up? I hear he can't pull up.
wildcardjack: What exactly makes a character minor?On Hogan's Heros there was one guy who constantly showed up as a German driver or one of the guards. He constantly changed roles but never said a word. And I doubt anyone noticed on the original run because the TV's weren't that clear. Now that was a minor character./Scruffy only exists to deliver a zinger.
fruitloop: [i171.photobucket.com image 400x225]These two ended up getting their own movie.
gadian: NeoCortex42: What did it for me was her treatment of Data. When I was a kid watching TNG during its initial run, Data was by far my favorite character. The way she talked down to him and treated him like equipment was infuriating.That was me too. She was just so MEAN. To everyone, really.
fruitloop: [i171.photobucket.com image 400x225](Jay and Silent Bob)These two ended up getting their own movie.
Originally hired as a day player for one episode in the first season, Jamie Farr's "Cpl. Maxwell Q. Klinger" became one of the most popular characters on M*A*S*H.
Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Shut up Leonard! I know about your prescription socks.
doglover: The worm guys get billing over Derpy?HELLO!
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