Call Me A Mack: The Biggest Players To Ever Grace The Small Screen
Who gets around the most in TV land? These characters are some of the biggest players in TV history.
Don Draper, Mad Men
Just how many women did the married ladies’ man seduce? Someone collected them all in this lengthy list.
Will Smith, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
From Queen Latifah to Tyra Banks, Will Smith’s dozens of TV love interests were some of our favorite guest spots on ’90s TV.
Jamie King, The Jamie Foxx Show
Most of The Jamie Foxx show was about Jamie King chasing after all of the women who stopped by the hotel. But he really only had eyes for his co-worker, Francesca Monroe. Garcelle Beauvais played Monroe and she said that when it came to sex scenes, Foxx didn’t always rise to the occasion. #Shade.
Charlie Harper, Two and a Half Men
The only person who has slept with more women than Charlie Harper may be Charlie Sheen.
Captain James T. Kirk, Star Trek
Captain James T. Kirk wasn’t just space’s biggest ladies’ man. He also broke barriers on earth by being the first White man to kiss a Black woman — Nichelle Nichols as Uhura — on American scripted television.
Samantha Jones, Sex and The City
Samantha taught millions of Sex and The City fans how to never say “I’m sorry” for loving sex.
Lynn Searcy, Girlfriends
Speaking of sex-positive characters, Lynn Searcy was definitely comfortable in her skin and sexually adventurous. Hence her character having her own special move in the sack: the “Lynn spin.”
Blanche Devereaux, Golden Girls
And who can forget the original playa from the Himalayas?
Dwayne Wayne, A Different World
Dwayne Wayne’s player days ended with Whitley Gilbert. But but before that romantic storyline took off, he took a swing at all of the eligible girls at Hillman. And don’t even get us started on his best friend, Ron Johnson…
A.C. Slater, Saved By The Bell
Before he made Jessie Spano his lady, A.C. Slater chased after almost every girl at Bayside High, except Lisa Turtle. I wonder why…
Jerry Seinfeld, Seinfeld
When you think of TV’s biggest players, Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t immediately come to mind — until you remember that he broke up with a different woman in nearly every episode. From the girl who ate her peas one at a time to the one with the annoying laugh, Jerry was very picky.
Sam Malone, Cheers
Put a notorious player in TV’s most famous bar and you get a character with a pretty high “body count.” In one episode, Sam Malone bragged about sleeping with “over 1,000 women.”
Glenn Quagmire, Family Guy
No one knows just how many cartoon ladies Glenn Quagmire has “giggitied,” but now that the show is in its 13th season, he’s got to be somewhere in the hundreds.
Joey Tribbiani, Friends
“How you doin?” Joey used that pickup on a lot of women.
Barney Stinson, How I Met Your Mother
This character hooked up with so many ladies, his character even has his own book to help fellow players put it down.