Because you like Brain in Pinky and the Brain
Count Olaf is a traveling actor, except he can't act and his homicidal tendencies make finding work pretty difficult. See them in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
The Grinch's heart is just too small to appreciate Christmas. See them in Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Sideshow Bob is a bitter ex-performer who was forced to do inhumane stunts for slapstick comedy. Now he's exacting revenge on his former boss, a clown. See them in The Simpsons.
C is for cookie, and that's more than good enough for him. See them in Sesame Street.
This bite-sized, power-hungry plankton is determined to uncover the secret recipe for the Krusty Krab burger. See them in SpongeBob SquarePants.
A sarcastic and nosy tomboy, Stephanie Tanner is understandably not crazy about being the middle child. See them in Full House.
Brian Griffin is the most scholarly member of the family—when he's not drunk on martinis. See them in Family Guy.
Anger is a cantankerous hothead whose job is to get others riled up. See them in Inside Out.
Turanga Leela is the daughter of two mutants who live in the sewers below New York City. See them in Futurama.
Charlie Bucket may be down-on-his-luck, but his spirits are always sky high. See them in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
A devoted butler, Alfred Pennyworth is both a fiercely protective guardian and a lethal gunman. See them in Gotham.
Greg Heffley will be famous someday, but now he's stuck in class with morons. See them in Diary of a Wimpy Kid.