Because you like C.C. Baxter in The Apartment

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Mr. Pink
100

Mr. Pink doesn't tip. Enough said. See them in Reservoir Dogs.

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Jack Pearson
113

For Jack Pearson, the best thing about having triplets is giving three times the love. See them in This Is Us.

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Jesse Wallace
141

Talking to a stranger on a train is the best decision Jesse Wallace ever made. See them in Before Sunrise.

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Frank Ginsberg
76

Frank Ginsberg is the number one Proust scholar in the world, but he recently failed at committing suicide. See them in Little Miss Sunshine.

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Ben Linus
76

There can be no doubt that Ben Linus is a huge liar. But one man's lies are another man's necessary steps to protect his people. See them in Lost.

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Ted Logan
78

Ted Logan wants to party on, but if doesn't get an A+ on his history presentation, he'll flunk out and be sent to a military school in Alaska. See them in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.

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Chef
79

Chef is a swinging bachelor and former R&B singer with a leopard-skin upholstered couch and some great stories. See them in South Park.

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James Gordon
83

James Gordon happens to be the one guy in Gotham City with proper morals who doesn't also run around in a cape. See them in DC Extended Universe.

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Tom Wambsgans
86

A neurotic people pleaser, Tom Wambsgans is both ambitious and spineless. See them in Succession.

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Eddie Munson
92

1986 is Eddie Munson’s year, at least until a mysterious force begins plaguing Hawkins yet again and he’s suspected of murder. See them in Stranger Things.

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Kate Austen
93

Don't tell anyone Kate Austen was under arrest when the plane crashed. See them in Lost.

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Tate Langdon
96

All of Tate Langdon's obsessions are dangerous. See them in American Horror Story.