Because you like Boyd Crowder in Justified
Socialite-turned-runaway-turned-waitress, Rachel Green is the legendary story of riches to rags, trying to work her way up again with the help of her friends. See them in Friends.
What Ron Weasley lacks in motivation and book smarts, he makes up for in loyalty and street smarts. See them in Harry Potter Series.
Damon Salvatore used to miss being human. Now he can't think of anything more miserable. See them in The Vampire Diaries.
A fun-loving jokester, Alistair isn't ready for the responsibilities he faces. See them in Dragon Age Series.
Equal parts klutzy and clever, Ella is not afraid to take her fate into her own hands. See them in Ella Enchanted.
An escaped convict on a mission, Sirius Black is brooding, brave, and reckless. See them in Harry Potter Series.
The Warden of the camp says that digging holes in the desert builds character, but Stanley Yelnats suspects there's more to it. See them in Holes.
Gru's more misunderstood than evil, and if he'd rule over the world like he takes care of his three daughters, we'd be in good hands. See them in Despicable Me.
Mabel Pines loves sparkles, animals, friendship, and fun. See them in Gravity Falls.
This high school queen bee has everything, including a genius-level IQ—a fact Lydia Martin keeps hidden to maintain her image. See them in Teen Wolf.
WALL-E is a quirky little romantic robot cleaning the wasteland known as Earth. See them in WALL-E.
Teddy Sanders loves his frat brothers so much he might never leave school. See them in Neighbors.