Because you like Celty Sturluson in Durarara!!
Rory Gilmore usually can be found with her nose in a book and coffee in hand, talking with her mom as quickly as the words can spill out. See them in Gilmore Girls.
This high school queen bee has everything, including a genius-level IQ—a fact Lydia Martin keeps hidden to maintain her image. See them in Teen Wolf.
A natural leader, Clarke Griffin dispenses both justice and mercy, and she does it all while being selflessly humble. See them in The 100.
Socialite-turned-runaway-turned-waitress, Rachel Green is the legendary story of riches to rags, trying to work her way up again with the help of her friends. See them in Friends.
Ron Burgundy is a news anchor who signs off with "Stay classy, San Diego" or whatever his teleprompter says. Bonus: he plays the jazz flute. See them in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
Nadine Franklin likes to wallow in her misery almost as much as she likes to torment her mother. See them in The Edge of Seventeen.
Whether he's fighting or flirting, Jace Wayland is all swagger. See them in City of Bones.
Tiffany Maxwell wishes people would stop reminding her about her dead husband. See them in Silver Linings Playbook.
Cinder has been beaten down by the world, but she's learning that her cyborg abilities are pretty helpful. See them in Cinder .
Regina Mills is a cold evil queen turned chilly town mayor. See them in Once Upon a Time.
A formerly timid caterpillar, Kurt Hummel is transforming into a glamorous, confident butterfly. See them in Glee.
Clary Fray's philosophy: dive into the supernatural underworld first and ask questions later. See them in City of Bones.