Because you like Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby
Daphne Blake's unfailing enthusiasm keeps the team's morale up even as they're battling evil spirits and other ghouls. See them in Scooby-Doo.
Self-described as half-Slytherin, half-Ravenclaw, Molly Davidson has a big, demanding personality that doesn’t always leave space for other people’s emotions. See them in Booksmart.
Nozomu's name translates to despair, which is fitting for him. See them in Sayonara, Zetsubo Sensei.
A former child mayor fallen from grace, Ben Wyatt is still trying to pick up the pieces years later. See them in Parks and Recreation.
Adults call him troubled and kids call him crazy, but Donnie Darko is too busy following the instructions of a giant bunny rabbit to care. See them in Donnie Darko.
Kayla Day is externally shy, but internally spirited Gucci! See them in Eighth Grade.
Andrea Sachs' boss is not happy unless everyone around her is panicked, nauseous or suicidal. See them in The Devil Wears Prada.
This android may not have emotions, but Lt. Commander Data's curiosity about humanity is endless. See them in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Alyssa Foley is a blunt and crass teenage runaway. See them in The End of the F World.
The Kid doesn't talk. He just acts with determination. See them in Bastion.
Jonathan Byers is a kindhearted outcast who tends to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. See them in Stranger Things.
How is angel Aziraphale supposed to stop the apocalypse when Hell's forces misplaced the Antichrist somewhere? See them in Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch.