Neelix

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}}'''Neelix''' out-performs [[Wesley Crusher]] for the "Most hated character on [[Star Trek]]" award.  Wesley was an annoying know-it-all, but at least he really did know what he was talking about. Neelix claims to be knowledgeable about many things, but events inevitably prove him to be a lying jackass. Not only that, the collection of outfits he wears combine cloth and colors that make just looking at him a painful experience.  To make matters worse, he is always telling stories that are supposed to be helpful but usually are just rambling nonsense.
 
}}'''Neelix''' out-performs [[Wesley Crusher]] for the "Most hated character on [[Star Trek]]" award.  Wesley was an annoying know-it-all, but at least he really did know what he was talking about. Neelix claims to be knowledgeable about many things, but events inevitably prove him to be a lying jackass. Not only that, the collection of outfits he wears combine cloth and colors that make just looking at him a painful experience.  To make matters worse, he is always telling stories that are supposed to be helpful but usually are just rambling nonsense.
  
He is so obnoxious and so stupid, he makes [[Jar-Jar Binks]] look like Sean Connery in comparison.  This is something the writers of ''Voyager'' seemed completely oblivious to.  At least when the character of Jar-Jar was found to be disliked by the fans, he was dialed down.  The writers of ''Voyager'', on the other hand, kept trying to force this moron onto us!  More proof that the creators of ''Voyager'' did not care about their audience.
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He is so obnoxious and so stupid, he makes [[Jar-Jar Binks]] look like Sean Connery in comparison.  This is something the writers of ''Voyager'' seemed completely oblivious to.  At least when fans reacted negatively to Jar-Jar, he was dialed down.  The writers of ''Voyager'', on the other hand, kept trying to force this moron onto us!  More proof that the creators of ''Voyager'' did not care about their audience.
  
 
It is very obvious that the writers were expecting him to be the breakout character, much like Sulu, Scotty, Worf, Data, Odo, and Quark were before him.  This was done in a misguided effort to try and engineer a character to be the fan favorite rather than let it happen naturally.  This is something that they would try to do again when they created ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise|Enterprise]]'' with the character of [[T'Pol]].
 
It is very obvious that the writers were expecting him to be the breakout character, much like Sulu, Scotty, Worf, Data, Odo, and Quark were before him.  This was done in a misguided effort to try and engineer a character to be the fan favorite rather than let it happen naturally.  This is something that they would try to do again when they created ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise|Enterprise]]'' with the character of [[T'Pol]].

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