Because you like Philip J. Fry in Futurama
Milhouse Van Houten is happy to be second banana. See them in The Simpsons.
Gene Belcher dreams of a future in the limelight, and he doesn't let his lack of talent hold him back. See them in Bob's Burgers.
Relentlessly cheery Ned Flanders enjoys a nice piece of bread with water on the side for dipping See them in The Simpsons.
Marge Simpson is a mostly happy housewife and subscriber to Sponge and Vacuum Magazine. See them in The Simpsons.
Sideshow Bob is a bitter ex-performer who was forced to do inhumane stunts for slapstick comedy. Now he's exacting revenge on his former boss, a clown. See them in The Simpsons.
Roger is a pansexual alcoholic non-human who will happily lie, cheat and steal to get what he wants. See them in American Dad!.
For Wreck It Ralph, it's not easy being the bad guy. Especially when you've been designed to destroy but really desire love. See them in Wreck-It Ralph.
Krusty The Clown somehow makes life sillier and more somber at the same time. See them in The Simpsons.
Moe Szyslak is the crabby owner of the grimiest bar in Springfield. See them in The Simpsons.
Illiterate and oblivious, Crash Bandicoot is still a hero. See them in Crash Bandicoot.
Brian Griffin is the most scholarly member of the family—when he's not drunk on martinis. See them in Family Guy.
Chuckie Finster is a baby afraid of everything from clowns to closets, unless his best friend's by his side. See them in Rugrats.