Passions’ 7 Worst Characters Ever
5. Fancy Crane
With a name like Fancy, you know she was destined to hit this list. A Paris Hilton-like character, she was shallow, spoiled, and lacked any substance. Sure, these types of soap opera roles do serve a purpose on shows, but they can still be quite annoying to watch unravel on screen. The good news for Fancy was while she was one-dimensional at first, she did evolve into a pretty solid heroine over the years.
4. Alistair Crane
All incredible villains are not one dimensional — this statement rings true even in the land of soaps. Daytime drama fans have felt a connection to other villains like Days of Our Lives’ (DOOL) Stefano DiMera and Young and the Restless’ (Y&R) Victor Newman because a softer side has portrayed to add a differing element to their character. Unfortunately, Harmony’s public enemy number one was Alistair Crane, a man who sought to not only control his family, but the entire town as well. He was sexist, racist, and homophobic and had the A-typical personality that most rich and powerful men on soaps have. We know he was terrible as every good villain should be, but he also lacked depth.