Because you like Claire Underwood in House of Cards
A good-natured and academically minded superhero, Dan Dreiberg can still get his hands dirty in a fight. See them in Watchmen.
John Locke is an eerily calm, confident believer in the magic of the island that gave him his legs back. See them in Lost.
For Dana Scully, sometimes looking for extreme possibilities makes you blind to the probable explanation right in front of you. See them in The X-Files.
Cynicism is his armor and words are his weapons, but what Tyrion Lannister would really like is some nice wine. See them in Game of Thrones.
Free-spirited Annie Hall goes through life saying "La-di-da, la-di-da, la la." See them in Annie Hall.
Cutting ties with her con-artist friends, Sarah Manning is creating a better life for her daughter by taking on the identity of the deceased Beth. See them in Orphan Black.
Terence Fletcher is a brutal and unflinchingly strict music teacher hell-bent on whipping his students into shape. See them in Whiplash.
Cosmo Kramer is an eccentric schemer whom you might know better as the "Assman." See them in Seinfeld.
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.
Don't worry about this forensic scientist offing you unless you're a serial killer yourself. (You're not, right? Just checking.) See them in Dexter.
Celie Johnson says she's poor, black, and may even be ugly. But dear God she's here. See them in The Color Purple.
Bedside manner is for chumps, not the brilliant Dr. Gregory House. See them in House M.D..