Because you like Sheldon J. Plankton in SpongeBob SquarePants
Jack Skellington is a nightmare-man with a soft heart and smooth voice. See them in The Nightmare Before Christmas.
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.
Kenny McCormick is a boy of few words who likes nudie mags, NASCAR, monster trucks, origami, and Peruvian pan flute bands. See them in South Park.
Donkey is proof that if you're annoying enough you can change the world; he's the reason that his friend Shrek does, well, anything. See them in Shrek.
The chronically bizarre Dwight Schrute is the world’s most dependable assistant to the regional manager. See them in The Office.
Somehow all of Lara Jean Covey's past crushes know everything she's ever felt about them. Embarrasing? Yes, but hey, now she has a boyfriend. See them in To all The Boys I've Loved Before.
Eddie Brock is a big-hearted investigative journalist who is going through the world's weirdest identity crisis. See them in Venom.
K-2SO is a blunt and sarcastic reprogrammed Imperial droid who is always up for an adventure. See them in Rogue One.
Although she's the queen of killer comebacks and one-liners, Janis Ian is honest about her feelings and cares deeply about her friends. See them in Mean Girls.
The self-described "ghost with the most" knows the ins-and-outs of specter life like no other. Just ask him. See them in Beetlejuice.
Jim Hopper is a weary and beaten down police officer who numbs his pain through beer, pills, and cigarettes. See them in Stranger Things.
Growing up is hard for Carl Grimes. Growing up in a zombie apocalypse is even harder. See them in The Walking Dead.