Because you like Anger in Inside Out
Gina Linetti views herself as a sort of life coach/influencer to the rest of the office. She's not so keen on the "work" aspect of her job. See them in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
If anyone can speak truth to power, it's Atticus Finch. With elequent monologues, he forces everyone to face hard truths. See them in To Kill a Mockingbird.
Beloved by all, Lucy is the most corageous Pevensie. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.
A meek schoolteacher, Mary Margaret Blanchard can't remember her past as a spirited, swashbuckling Snow White. See them in Once Upon a Time.
The chronically bizarre Dwight Schrute is the world’s most dependable assistant to the regional manager. See them in The Office.
Donna Pinciotti is strong, independent, and empathetic. No one messes with her. See them in That '70s Show.
Andrew Glouberman is trying to make it through puberty with his sanity intact. See them in Big Mouth.
This barber doesn't cut hair. Sweeney Todd sends his clients down a chute to be baked into his partner-in-crime's pies. See them in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Roger is a pansexual alcoholic non-human who will happily lie, cheat and steal to get what he wants. See them in American Dad!.
Just like half of L.A., Mia Dolan is working a dead end job until she hits the big screens. See them in La La Land.
Through raised to be a gentleman, Laurie has a mischievous sense of humor. See them in Little Women.
Susan Pevensie is sensible, practical, and fiercely protective of those she loves. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.