We've got some characters in this one! No, literally, four of them are fictional.
#60 - Slinky Dog. Easily the best character in the Toy Story trilogy. He bests Woody in checkers, saves everyone's life by stretching, and is clearly one of Andy's favorites. It's great to be Slink.
#59 - Buddy the Elf. Don't you wish more people were like him. He runs around New York with such optimism like "Buddy the Elf, what's your favorite color?" and "Congratulations! World's best cup of coffee!" Will Ferrell probably isn't like that, but what can you do, he's Buddy!
#58 - Batman. He is Batman. Here's the question. Adam West or Christian Bale? Both of them are good as the Dark Knight. Howard Wolowitz is not. He's such a B.A. superhero, I'm surprised Mr. T didn't play him because of it.
#57 - Keegan Bradley. He's Irish. He's a golfer. Two very good characteristics in his favor. He won the PGA Championship and brought it back to Boston. But again, he's Irish and he's a golfer. Can't get much better than that.
#56 - Lucille Ball. She was Lucy Ricardo on I Love Lucy! The queen of comedy. The greatest comedienne of all time. I Love Lucy was and is considered the greatest TV show of all time, and that's hard to argue. Just watch her in it and you'll know.
#55 - Stephen Curry. Davidson legend. Lead one of the greatest Cinderella runs in March Madness ever. They defeated Georgetown, among others, and came so close to knocking Kansas, who would go on to win it all. Curry was drafted two years later and is now the face of the Golden State Warriors franchise. He'll go down in the Top Ten of all-time three point shooters.
#54 - Stan Verrett and Neil Everett. I had to put these two together because they're an amazing duo. If you watch SportsCenter and these two are hosting get ready to laugh. They work so well and play off each other so well that it's just perfect.
#53 - David Spade. Just Shoot Me, Rules of Engagement, The Benchwarmers, Grown Ups, Grown Ups 2. Those are just a few notches on a very impressive resume for Spade. He's very comical and you've gotta respect that. He's awesome.
#52 - Hedo Turkoglu. The Brian Scalabrine of Orlando! I still love him though. Turk quickly became one of my favorites by just watching him play. He's got hustle and man, does he have a shooting stroke. His shoe size is awfully big, as well.
#51 - Wilfred. He may seem perverted, but he helps Ryan out a lot and teaches him valuable lessons, though through weird methods, on the show 'Wilfred'. Oh, who am I kidding? He's a man in a dog suit that freaks the hell out of people.
Tomorrow we get down to the wire. Closer and closer as we close in on the top half of the greatest people.