Because you like Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad
Claire Underwood is scary intimidating, and she knows it. See them in House of Cards.
Lucille Bluth doesn't understand the question, and she won't respond to it. And you're probably better off. See them in Arrested Development.
Mr. Blonde is the undisputed leader of his pack of suited-up outlaws, with a stoic and serious demeanor, and a penchant for bloodshed. See them in Reservoir Dogs.
Known as the "rat king" of Paddy's Pub, bartender Charlie Kelly spends most of his time drinking at his bar instead of serving drinks to customers. See them in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia .
Blake Henderson is happiest smoking weed on the roof ‘til the end of time, but the real world just has a way of killing his vibe. See them in Workaholics.
Beware! Anton Chigurh carries a coin with him, which he forces his victims to flip to decide whether they will live or die. See them in No Country for Old Men.
Roger Kint is a nervous, weak, ham-handed criminal. We think. See them in The Usual Suspects.
Riggan Thomson is a washed-up movie star running from his inner demons. Alas those inner demons look just like the superhero he used to play. See them in Birdman.
Sterling Archer is a fun-loving, car-driving spy extraordinaire. But one can tell his mother didn't hug him as a child. See them in Archer.
Just call Jeff Lebowski The Dude. Or His Dudeness, Duder, or El Duderino if you're not into that whole brevity thing. See them in The Big Lebowski.
John Locke is an eerily calm, confident believer in the magic of the island that gave him his legs back. See them in Lost.
Major Marquis Warren is a talkative, sharp-eyed, and cold-hearted Civil War soldier-turned-bounty hunter. See them in The Hateful Eight.