Lurch, Mr. Belvedere and Tony from "Who's The Boss?" are just a few of our favorite TV housekeepers. They put up with so much from these crazy families and very rarely did they get any r-e-s-p-e-c-t. So, today we're honoring the most loved characters with this list of the funniest, smartest and sassiest maids and butlers (we're looking at you, Geoffrey).

Scroll through our list and let us know who's missing!

Florence, "The Jeffersons"

Rosario, "Will & Grace"

Niles, "The Nanny"

Geoffrey, "The Fresh Prince Of Bell Air"

Lurch, "The Addams Family"

Consuela, "Family Guy"

Mr. Belvedere, "Mr. Belvedere"

Tony, "Who's The Boss"

Alice, "The Brady Bunch"

Berta, "Two and a Half Men"

Click through our slideshow to see the worst television neighbors.

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  • Babette Dell from "Gilmore Girls"

    She was very nice, but she constantly gossiped about everyone in town.

  • Mrs. Poole from "The Hogan Family"

    She was always meddling in the family's affairs.

  • Pete Campbell from "Mad Men"

    All we have to say is: "Hide your au pairs! Hide your wives!”

  • Lucy Ricardo from "I Love Lucy"

    We really do love Lucy but her crazy antics and whining would get to us.

  • Gladys Kravitz from "Bewitched"

    She was always spying on Samantha and trying to convince her husband that something was going on.

  • Newman from "Seinfeld"

    He's the ultimate next door villain as he constantly schemed against Jerry.

  • Steve Urkel from "Family Matters"

    He was creepily obsessed with Laura, always breaking things and had a voice that could cause a headache in a second

  • Archie Bunker from "All in the Family"

    He had the ultimate ignorant and bigoted personality.

  • Frank and Marie Barone

    Although loving, they dropped in uninvited and constantly criticized the family.

  • Glen Quagmire from "Family Guy"

    Unless you like sex-crazed maniacs living next door you understand why he's not an ideal neighbor.

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