Because you like John Watson in Sherlock
Lois Lane's journalistic success is the result of her tenacity. She will doggedly pursue her leads until discovering the information she needs. See them in DC Extended Universe.
Cutting ties with her con-artist friends, Sarah Manning is creating a better life for her daughter by taking on the identity of the deceased Beth. See them in Orphan Black.
Arguably the world's worst boss, Michael Scott is desperate for love, praise and a suggestion for an improv scene. See them in The Office.
Cosmo Kramer is an eccentric schemer whom you might know better as the "Assman." See them in Seinfeld.
Spike is punk meets vampire meets romantic poet. See them in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Make sure not to anger the Hulk or else he will transform into a giant green monstrosity and smash anything in his way. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
If you died and came back to life, and then died more times and came back, you might stop battling evil mutants. Not Jean Grey. See them in X-Men Series.
Though he has a brilliant mind for mathematics, Christopher has a much harder time processing the rest of the world. See them in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
While Fantine's gentleness has led others to take advantage of her, it ultimately forces her to become stronger. See them in Les Miserables.
World domination and Superman's demise are next on Lex Luthor's to-do list. See them in DC Extended Universe.
Jim Halpert is a master at the art of making it through the work day, including participating in an office Olympics. See them in The Office.
A daring hacker, Trinity is one of the few rebels who escaped the Matrix, a simulation in which most of humanity is enslaved. See them in The Matrix.