Because you like Mrs. Hudson in Sherlock
Li Shang will make a man out of you—even if you're a girl. See them in Mulan.
A dedicated hedonist, Jack Harkness appreciates raunchy stories, stiff drinks, and excellent bottoms. See them in Doctor Who.
Hank McCoy is a quintessential nerdy scientist but with a few rather unconventional physical attributes. See them in X-Men Series.
Klaus Baudelaire's photographic memory saves the lives of his siblings many times over. See them in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Merlin is half awkward teenager, half super-powerful wizard. He serves Prince Arthur of Camelot during the day and illegally learns magic at night. See them in Merlin.
Chloe Decker's case should be open-and-shut. But something seems to be troubling her, something about Palmetto Street. See them in Lucifer.
A bloodsucker, Carlisle Cullen is actually more likely to give you a blood infusion. See them in Twilight.
A meek schoolteacher, Mary Margaret Blanchard can't remember her past as a spirited, swashbuckling Snow White. See them in Once Upon a Time.
Molly Weasley runs a household teeming with magic: gnomes run around the garden, dishes wash themselves, and noisy ghouls rule the attic. See them in Harry Potter Series.
A stylish agent, Agent J would rather improvise than play by the rules. See them in Men in Black.
Leonard "Bones" McCoy is passionate, moral, and ready to stitch you back together. See them in Star Trek.
Terry Jeffords (and his muscles) may look ferocious, but inside he's just a caring mama hen. See them in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.