“Big Little Lies” has kind of, sort of, a little taken over our lives the past couple months. At this point, we’re just counting down the days to the season finale and instead of twiddling our thumbs, we ranked the series’ main characters by how likely we are to be friends with them. Why? Because.
We love Jane and she hasn’t given us a reason to dislike her as of yet. I mean, what could you really say about her?
She’s sweet, funny when she wants to be, keeps to herself and takes great care of her son, Ziggy.
Plus, she sort of punched Renata when she kept messing with her family so we know she’ll always have our back.
Such a sweet, well-behaved and quiet boy.
Poor thing had a rough start at school because kids are mean and parents are even meaner.
But overall, Ziggy is a chill kid and who doesn’t love chill kids?
This is one soulful kid, we tell you.
She likes David Bowie and Leon Bridges and her music taste is just way beyond her years.
She’s also the most popular kid in school and we always wanna befriend the most popular kid in school.
Perry is ruining Celeste’s potential, but other than her abusive no-good husband, home girl is good in our book.
She’s always there for her friends and she’s a bad mama jamma when it comes to lawyering.
She’s smart, self-aware and civil even when she feels like cutting a hoe.
Plus, she decked Perry a couple of good ones when he hit her before. Yaasss boo.
Madeline’s cool, but she can get a tad bit annoying at times. Sorry boo.
She’s cool people and all, but she likes to meddle in other people’s business too much, but we can also appreciate her for sticking her nose in the whole Ziggy/Jane vs. Renata/Amabella situation and having her friend’s back.
But she’s also petty — planning an entire alternate outing just to spite Renata by having no one go to her kid’s birthday party? A little extreme.
Plus, she cheated on her husband, Ed, and doesn’t seem to care for him. Poor Ed.
Like she’s cool, but we definitely wouldn’t put anything past her.
Bonnie is dope and all and seems to be really open-minded, laid back and understanding buuuuuuut.
All that bohemian, organic let’s all talk our feelings out and embrace each others’ energies stuff will definitely get somebody punched real soon.
But like we wouldn’t mind going to a yoga class or something with her.
Ugh. Get a grip, Renata. She’s like a helicopter parent and just a grown up high school mean girl.
We get it, she’s trying to protect her child but she’s just too extra.
It’s cool that she kinda seemed to be able to talk things out with Jane and come to an understanding, but overall she just seems fake.
We don’t know too much about Renata’s hubby other than the fact that he has some wandering eyes.
Renata also alluded to the idea that he cheated on her with their therapist or nanny or whomever.
Overall, he just seems meh and blah and boring.
This dude has no redeeming qualities because like … no.
At first he appeared to be this loving and thoughtful husband, but that was all a damn lie.
Awww Ed. Sweet, nurturing and understanding Ed.
Not gonna lie, Ed seems like a boring friend, but he’s always just there to comfort you whenever you need it.
It also doesn’t help that Madeline doesn’t seem to appreciate him much.
It’s all good Ed, we still love and appreciate you. Keep doing you, boo boo.
Ummm … what can we really say about Nathan?
Home boy was a big eff up in the past and now he’s just trying to do right by his family and can we really blame him for that?
He seems like cool people. We wouldn’t mind grabbing a beer or something with the dude.