Because you like John Watson in Sherlock
Stan Marsh is a fourth grader who is the ladies man of his classroom. See them in South Park.
Gordie Lachance never had any friends later on like the ones he had when I was twelve. See them in Stand By Me.
From secret organizations to alien attacks, Kyon's life has been one weird, unexplainable thing happening after another. See them in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.
Despite being at the bottom of the social hierarchy in school, Eric Effiong is an upbeat student who loves makeup and fashion. See them in Sex Education.
Talking to a stranger on a train is the best decision Jesse Wallace ever made. See them in Before Sunrise.
Tom Haverford is set on being a world-renowned entrepreneur who dates models. Problem is, he's stuck in Indiana with a lazy business partner. See them in Parks and Recreation.
When you live your life in public, like Mima Kirigoe, it's hard to know who you really are. See them in Perfect Blue.
Tamaki Suoh is always the star of the scene because he's the one making a scene. See them in Ouran High School Host Club.
Reclusive, quiet, and seemingly emotionless, Lain Iwakura feels like an outsider in her hyper-connected world. See them in Serial Experiments Lain.
Summer Roberts is privileged and preppy but also surprisingly open-minded and fiercely loyal. See them in The O.C..
Elizabeth Harmon loves to win at chess, but competitive pressure and her past are taking a toll. See them in The Queen's Gambit.
Evan is a sensible kid, but being sensible isn't going to help him lose his virginity. See them in Superbad.