The Office Characters Ranked
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The Office Characters Ranked

My most favorite and least favorite characters on The Office!

The Office Characters Ranked

Although I am most definitely picking favorites here, each and every character is special and important in their own way. Even Mose is a key factor in making The Office better. Without these amazing people, the show wouldn't be the same! Here's may rankings and ratings!

16- Toby Flenderson

Do I even have to explain? Nobody likes Toby...

15- Angela Kinsley

To be frank, I just couldn't stand her. She did have her moments where I thought I could like her, but at the end of the day she's in last place.

14- Kelly Kapoor

Loud. There isn't another word to describe how I feel about Kelly. Just like Angela, she had her moments, but there wasn't a time where I didn't have to turn the TV down when she came on.

13- Ryan Howard

I know the whole point of his character was to be lazy and handsome, but he irks me. He brings a whole new meaning to sitting pretty.

12- Meredith Palmer

I don't know about you but I felt just a tad bit awful for laughing when she got ran over. Her character overall was definitely out there and not like most "tv moms." Whether that's a good thing or not, who knows.

11- Phyllis Vance

In case you didn't know, she's married to Bob Vance from Vance Refrigeration. Phyllis reminds me of a grandma who is a straight up savage, but will feed you cookies at any time.

10- Darryl Philbin

Throughout the show you can watch Darryl turn into his true self, a hard-working guy who's not afraid to stand up for whatever that may be. Regardless of his "seriousness", Darryl's side comments and jokes on the show are hilarious.

9- Creed Bratton

No other way to put it other than saying that Creed is a creep. His weirdness and outright obliviousness makes his strange endeavors all the funnier.

8- Stanley Hudson

We all wish we could live as carefree as Florida Stanley, be as happy as Pretzel Day Stanley, and feisty as "Did I stutter?" Stanley. Am I right or am I right?

7- Oscar Martinez

For one, Oscar is the true definition of " I can take ya man if I want to". For two, I wish I could dance as great as Oscar can.

6- Andy Bernard

As weird as this sounds, I just want to send the guy to a therapist or a life coach or something. He seemed like he had is life together and it just went downhill from there. At least he went to Cornell and got a good education.

5- Kevin Malone

Why say lot word, when dew word do trick? Kevin = great, funny, master chili cooker.

4- Pam Beesly

Pam feels like she would be a cool mom who packs little notes with their lunches. Everything about her just makes me want to be her friend.

3- Michael Scott

Michael is obviously the best boss ever, and a happy go lucky, goofy guy in general. I would be lying if I said I didn't cry when he came back for the wedding.

2- Dwight Schrute

Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica. I wish I could put his stapler in jello. For being a wilderness and survival guy he didn't see many of the pranks coming. By far one of the funniest characters on the show.

1- Jim Halpert


Overall, a great guy, master prankster, and hard worker. You can't tell me you wouldn't want someone to give you a heartfelt gift like the teapot, or the video.*que face at camera*

Thanks for reading! Catch you on the flippity flip.

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