Because you like Drusilla in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Although Theon Greyjoy is treated well, he's still essentially a hostage. And that isn't so easy for him to forgive. See them in Game of Thrones.
Hank McCoy is a quintessential nerdy scientist but with a few rather unconventional physical attributes. See them in X-Men Series.
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.
Chris Chambers is from a family of social outcasts and criminals, and he wants more than anything to avoid ending up like them. See them in Stand By Me.
Sometimes being a supportive girlfriend like Ophelia doesn't work out too well. See them in Hamlet.
For Jack Pearson, the best thing about having triplets is giving three times the love. See them in This Is Us.
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.
Ultron is security software turned evil mastermind. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
There's nothing "demi" about this demigod's massive ego. See them in Moana.
Toby Cavanaugh has trouble avoiding being manipulated. See them in Pretty Little Liars.
Anastasia Steele's new boyfriend Christian might as well come with a warning label that reads "Beware: Severe Issues That Might Warrant a Trip to Dr. Phil." See them in Fifty Shades of Grey.
Claire Standish is a popular, perfect princess who's deeper than she seems. See them in The Breakfast Club.