Seven TV Characters That Make Awesome Halloween Costumes
Tired of cutting eyeholes in a white sheet? Too fat for that Darth Vader getup? Looking for something a little different in the way of a costume this Halloween? Why not turn to the small screen for inspiration? Here’s a pack of current TV characters that would make excellent costume alternatives.
Costume requirements: Dark gray suit, tie clip, silenced handgun, massive ego, mommy issues
Those unfamiliar with the world’s most dangerous spy might confuse you for James Bond. Don’t fret. Just botch a couple of witty one-liners, act like a complete ass and drop some Burt Reynolds references. People will eventually catch on.
Costume requirements: Patterned dress, solid-colored sweater, schoolgirl innocence, huge rack
Perfect for the ladies, or the fellas out there who enjoy exploring their feminine side. You know who you are. Ditch the sexy nurse duds and roll with the sexy community college co-ed outfit. You’ll earn major points with those who recognize smart comedy.
Costume requirements: Leather kutte, body ink, facial hair, criminal record, murderous intent
Pick your favorite “Son.” Jax, Clay, Opie, Tig, Bobby, Chibs, and Juice are all suitable choices. Or you could shave your head and go as Happy, although you’ll be required to kill and/or torture someone before the night is over.
Costume requirements: Prohibition era wool suit, homburg hat, red carnation, stack of cash, corrupt disposition
Crime bosses of yesteryear sure did have style and panache. So, if you’re looking to class things up a bit this Halloween, you could do a lot worse than the Atlantic City kingpin. To inject a dose of realism, be sure to get arrested for election fraud.
Costume requirements: Cargo pants, skin-tight brown shirt, black gloves, bladed weapon, dark passenger
Obvious choice here. Serial killers are a staple on October 31st. This is especially appropriate for anyone going to a party attended by an unpunished murderer. An evening of drinking spiked punch and disembowelment sounds lovely.
Costume requirements: Yellow or orange hazmat suits, gas masks, bag of blue meth, love-hate relationship
Dressing as a meth addict is so 2005. Meth chemists are totally in vogue thanks to Breaking Bad. Don’t forget to act paranoid at all times and engage in at least one loud disagreement.
Costume requirements: Deputy sheriff’s uniform, trooper hat, Colt Python .357 Magnum, leadership skills, hero complex
You’ll be the envy of many a partygoer when you arrive sporting the attire of America’s favorite TV undead hunter. After saving Annie from Archer’s drunken clutches, find a zombie and shoot it in the brain. It will be a Halloween to remember.