Because you like Kyle Broflovski in South Park

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Philip J. Fry
361

Philip J. Fry accidentally cryogenically froze himself for a millennium. See them in Futurama.

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Marge Simpson
243

Marge Simpson is a mostly happy housewife and subscriber to Sponge and Vacuum Magazine. See them in The Simpsons.

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Meg Griffin
141

Awkward and anxious. It's not easy being Meg Griffin. See them in Family Guy.

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Jake
562

Ahape-shifting dog, Jake is the last man's best friend. See them in Adventure Time.

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Brian Griffin
235

Brian Griffin is the most scholarly member of the family—when he's not drunk on martinis. See them in Family Guy.

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Krusty The Clown
298

Krusty The Clown somehow makes life sillier and more somber at the same time. See them in The Simpsons.

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Turanga Leela
223

Turanga Leela is the daughter of two mutants who live in the sewers below New York City. See them in Futurama.

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Moe Szyslak
248

Moe Szyslak is the crabby owner of the grimiest bar in Springfield. See them in The Simpsons.

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Morty Smith
501

Thanks to the contributions of this 14-year-old, the world is only occasionally destroyed by his grandfather. See them in Rick and Morty.

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Cookie Monster
238

C is for cookie, and that's more than good enough for him. See them in Sesame Street.

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Wreck-It Ralph
335

For Wreck It Ralph, it's not easy being the bad guy. Especially when you've been designed to destroy but really desire love. See them in Wreck-It Ralph.

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Sandy Cheeks
224

A karate master/rocket scientist/squirrel, Sandy Cheeks is the only one who can clean up the other resident's messes in Bikini Bottom. See them in SpongeBob SquarePants.