Because you like Drusilla in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Peter Venkman's "research" projects are designed to get undergraduate students to sleep with him. Though it turns out he can bust ghosts. See them in Ghostbusters.
A librarian and aspiring Egyptologist, Evie O'Connell would rather have her own adventures than just read about them. See them in The Mummy.
Count Olaf is a traveling actor, except he can't act and his homicidal tendencies make finding work pretty difficult. See them in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
For Jack Pearson, the best thing about having triplets is giving three times the love. See them in This Is Us.
You wouldn't know it by looking at her, but beneath Sheila Jackson's sweet, motherly exterior lies a sex addict. See them in Shameless.
People make more sense to the hyper-logical Temperance Brennan after they're dead. See them in Bones.
Part archaeologist, part philosopher, part politician, Jean-Luc Picard is an unashamed intellectual who runs a tight ship. See them in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Dee Reynolds is selfish, narcissistic, and a target of extremely cruel ridicule. See them in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia .
Losing her soul frightens Vanessa Ives the most. See them in Penny Dreadful.
Roxie Hart can shoot for the stars even from behind bars. See them in Chicago.
Izzie Stevens is a model-turned-med student who can do it all, even if people underestimate her. See them in Grey's Anatomy.
This lab mouse has one thing on his huge brain: trying to take over the world on a nightly basis. See them in Pinky and the Brain.