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We may be some of the only people who watch "Hart of Dixie," but it's solely for Wade.

He may play the "lazy" bartender, but every time he takes off his shirt or whispers snarky one-liners into Zoe's ear our hearts melt and we consider moving down south.

With that in mind, our editors thought back to all the movies with hot guys they’ve ever watched and rounded up 50 of the sexiest fictional characters we’d totally do.

From the sweet and sensitive to the slightly scary (but still sexy), our list is filled with a few fairly predictable choices (Don Draper, Jordan Catalano, Christian Gray, and anyone Gosling‘s ever played), those a bit less conventional (Will Mc Evoy from “The Newsroom,” Tommy Gavin from “Rescue Me”) and a few total surprises (Rio from “Gem and the Holograms,” Randy from “Valley Girl.”) So, click through the gallery above of the 50 sexiest, most f*ckable fictional male characters (in no particular order) and let us know — which one(s) would you totally jump into bed with, and who did we forget?

Pictures’ drama “Sully,” starring Oscar winner Tom Hanks (“Bridge of Spies,” “Forrest Gump”) as Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger.

Hanks recalls: “I’ll just say this, I visited him and he said, ‘Nice to meet you, glad you were on time.

When you come across a movie, a TV show, or a book you truly love, chances are it’s not just the riveting storyline that keeps you coming back.

Let’s be real, movies with hot guys are what we put in heavy rotation.

The guy's thoughtful (and fun) as hell, and we want him all to ourselves.

Jack Shephard, "Lost" There was a small love triangle in "Lost" between Jack, Sawyer and Kate, but if you ask us, there was no question about who Kate should be with.

Clint turned up and he was 20 minutes late.'” Then he pulled out this dog-eared, stapled and notated script that he had read.

Post-its, stapled index cards all over it – I’m sure his wife had even written ‘No’ across it in lipstick!

Tim Riggins, "Friday Night Lights" He may be in high school, but there's nothing boyish about Tim Riggins. Big sort of represents every unhealthy relationship we've ever had.

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