Because you like Izzie Stevens in Grey's Anatomy
Sue Sylvester has a win-at-all-costs philosophy, a bizarre fixation on a school singing club, and a fashion style that involves a red tracksuit. See them in Glee.
Alex Russo desperately wants to keep her magic – after all, things are so much easier when you can just wave a wand. See them in Wizards of Waverly Place.
A poised, stately man-out-of-time, Ichabod Crane typically faces the modern world with wry quip. See them in Sleepy Hollow.
Samantha Jones is a try-sexual who'll try anything once. See them in Sex and the City.
Talking to a stranger on a train is the best decision Jesse Wallace ever made. See them in Before Sunrise.
Though she has the normal insecurities of a 15-year-old, Aurora is both courageous and empathetic. See them in Maleficent.
Blunt but anxious, Gretchen Ross bonds most easily with those who have lived tough lives like she has. See them in Donnie Darko.
Anya Jenkins has a real harsh bark to go with her demonic bite. See them in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Chef is a swinging bachelor and former R&B singer with a leopard-skin upholstered couch and some great stories. See them in South Park.
Caitlin Snow believes that burying herself in science is the best way to save the day or to mend a broken heart. See them in DC Extended Universe.
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.
Roxie Hart can shoot for the stars even from behind bars. See them in Chicago.