Because you like Lucy Ricardo in I Love Lucy
Ex-adviser to the king and most powerful sorceress, Yennefer is determined to be even stronger to attain her freedom in a war-torn world. See them in The Witcher.
What Mako Mankanshoku lacks in common sense, she makes up for in sheer optimism and force of personality. See them in Kill la Kill.
King Schultz is about as color-blind as a man of his era can be. See them in Django Unchained.
Years of being the less desirable Vargas sibling have given Romano quite an inferiority complex, as well as the temper to match. See them in Axis Powers Hetalia.
Rue Bennett has been overprescribed and under-supervised her entire life. See them in Euphoria.
Pro tip: the psych ward is not the best place to find a mentor like Lisa Rowe. See them in Girl, Interrupted.
Nozomu's name translates to despair, which is fitting for him. See them in Sayonara, Zetsubo Sensei.
Auggie Pullman is a true wonder depite what some cruel classmates say. See them in Wonder .
For somebody who won't answer questions, the enigmatic C.C. sure asks a lot of them. See them in Code Geass.
A believer in the philosophy of Nietzsche, Dwayne Hoover has taken a vow of silence until he becomes a test pilot for the Air Force. See them in Little Miss Sunshine.
Everyone is just a chess piece, and Izaya Orihara is a master player. See them in Durarara!!.
Gou Matsuoka offers to help as manager of a swim team, believing that they're the only ones who can help her brother. See them in Free! Iwatobi Swim Club.