Barney

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    smilebigboy

    [1]Jan 21, 2008
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    I LIKE BARNEY, BUT ONE THING THAT BOTHERS ME ALOT ABOUT HIM, IS HOW HE HAS THE NERVE TO CALL WOMEN DOGS WHEN THEIR NOT ATRACTIVE, BECAUSE TO ME , HE IS SOOOOOOOO UGLY!, I KNOW IT'S MAN THING, BUT WHAT A JERK!
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    smilebigboy

    [2]Jan 21, 2008
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    I'm sorry, I'm not yelling, I forgot to take off my caps lock!
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    millerem99

    [3]Jan 30, 2008
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    Barney fills me with angst.  
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    tvking1

    [4]Jan 31, 2008
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    Referring to physically unattractive women as dogs is insensitive, to say the least. That aside, I kind of identify with Barney, especially at those times when I'm unsure of myself. Characters like him are important in fiction. It's the same for the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard Of Oz. Also Ted Baxter (The Mary Tyler Moore Show), and Frank Burns (M*A*S*H). The latter was obnoxious and even mean, but because he was hated and teased, you can't help but feel for him, at least a little.
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    revbucky

    [5]Jul 17, 2008
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    I think his physical appearance adds to the character he plays. It's a comedy!
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