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TV shows with the most annoying fans of all time [SLIDESHOW]

The groups of people who religiously follow TV shows are full of annoying fans.

From the love-struck women of “The Bachelor” to the modern feminist fans of “Girls,” TV show fans bring their intensity every week throughout the season, making them even worse than movie fandoms.

Check out the most annoying fans of hit TV shows, past and present.

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  • "You know you love us, XOXO," said every Gossip Girl fan. (Photo via Google)
  • Fans of ABC's "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" might be the worst because they believe someone going on TV to find love is there for the "right reasons." ABC even aired a spin-off, "Bachelor Pad," complete with super fans, to bring contestants back together. (Photo via Google)
  • It's hard to count the number of times that "Girls" fans have said something like: "Lena Dunham is the voice of our generation and NOBODY understands us like she does!" (Photo via themillions.com)
  • "You didn't get the season finale? You're just stupid because it obviously didn't need to answer any of the major questions of the series," said every "Lost" fan ever. (Photo via Google)
  • "Game of Thrones" fans hate each other for their awful spoilers almost as much as we hate them. (Photo via guardian.co.uk)
  • "Gleeks," as fans of "Glee" call themselves, are known for busting out in musical theater versions of classic songs. (Photo via glogster.com)
  • "Big Bang Theory" pulls out the annoying, fake, science nerd in everyone who watches it. (Photo via Google)
  • "X-Files" fans = conspiracy theorists = weirdos. (Generally speaking.) (Photo via Google)
  • This "Community" of fans may be small, scratch that -- tiny -- but man are they loud! They convinced NBC to renew the show for two more unnecessary seasons.(Photo via Google)
  • "Whovians," as "Doctor Who" fans are called, have somehow managed to keep the show around since its premiere in 1963, ensuring a multi-generational fan base. (Photo via Google)

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