Because you like Lindsay Weir in Freaks and Geeks
Susanna Kaysen is an aspiring writer, despairing young woman who struggles with suicidal thoughts. See them in Girl, Interrupted.
Donna Pinciotti is strong, independent, and empathetic. No one messes with her. See them in That '70s Show.
After having his mind altered after a bad breakup, Joel Barish is not convinced that ignorance is bliss. See them in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Jackie Burkhart is a privileged princess with a healthy dose of self-confidence. See them in That '70s Show.
When he’s not working at the banana stand or awkwardly hitting on his cousin, George Michael tries his best to appease his father. See them in Arrested Development.
An opinionated pothead with a passion for conspiracy theories, Steven Hyde is secretly more sensitive than he lets on. See them in That '70s Show.
Oliver Tate is extremely articulate but hopelessly awkward. That's not a recipe for teenage happiness. See them in Submarine.
Timid and a bit insecure, Amy Antsler has big dreams of activism and meeting new people. She's learning it's easier said than done. See them in Booksmart.
Audrey Horne may seem inquisitive and charming, but she can turn on a dime. See them in Twin Peaks.
Marshall Eriksen is a lawyer in love who is enjoying life. See them in How I Met Your Mother.
Lily Aldrin is a flaky but supportive kindergarten teacher and painter. See them in How I Met Your Mother.
Underneath his preening narcissist exterior, Schmidt is, well, still kind of a preening narcissist. But he has a good heart too. See them in New Girl.