Because you like Sandy Cheeks in SpongeBob SquarePants
This cannibalistic villain may be a loner, but Killer Croc doesn't have problems with self-confidence. See them in Suicide Squad.
Topanga Lawrence has been a put-together intellectual since basically the moment she could talk. See them in Boy Meets World.
James Gordon happens to be the one guy in Gotham City with proper morals who doesn't also run around in a cape. See them in DC Extended Universe.
Amy Farrah Fowler deserves sainthood for putting up with Sheldon Cooper. See them in The Big Bang Theory.
Esmeralda's street wisdom is unparalleled. See them in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Linda Belcher doesn't prescribe to what society deems as "normal." She narrates her life through song, much to the alarm of everyone nearby. See them in Bob's Burgers.
Velma Dinkley is all about getting results, not taking credit. She is the unsung hero of Mystery Inc. See them in Scooby-Doo.
Driven and straightforward with high-technology parts, EVE was sent to Earth to see if it is habitable. See them in WALL-E.
A scary monster on the outside, James P. Sullivan is really a softie on the inside. See them in Monsters, Inc..
Others see him as the town nutcase, but Flint Lockwood knows his inventions will change the world someday. See them in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
Lord Farquaad is a tiny man with big, evil aspirations. See them in Shrek.
A short-tempered guy, Bowser is determined to wreak havoc on the Mushroom Kingdom. See them in Super Mario Bros..