Because you like Lucy Ricardo in I Love Lucy
Ron Swanson is the man's man's man's man. See them in Parks and Recreation.
Napoleon Dynamite loves tater tots, mythical beasts, and reveling in his awkwardness. See them in Napoleon Dynamite.
As the White House Press Secretary, C. J. Cregg is a master of verbal karate and the best damn basketball player in Ohio Valley history. See them in The West Wing.
Calling Alicia Florrick a "good wife" is damning this smart, capable, thoughtful woman with too-faint praise. See them in The Good Wife.
When it comes to dancing and life, nobody puts Frances Houseman in the corner. See them in Dirty Dancing.
A champion of chivalry, Don Quixote is dutifully bringing good to the world—even when others think he's out of his mind. See them in Don Quixote.
More of a sex symbol than a crime-stopper, the original Silk Spectre has now become the ultimate superhero stage mom. See them in Watchmen.
Much more than just "Coach Taylor's wife," Tami Taylor is making herself known in town as a caring, persistent guidance counselor. See them in Friday Night Lights (TV).
Topanga Lawrence has been a put-together intellectual since basically the moment she could talk. See them in Boy Meets World.
Captain Spock is on a five-year mission exploring the final frontier and boldly going where no man has gone before. See them in Star Trek.
Sydney Bristow is a kick-ass double agent on a mission for revenge. See them in Alias.
Leslie Knope can accomplish anything, literally anything, with a little grit and help from her office. See them in Parks and Recreation.