Because you like Jackie Burkhart in That '70s Show
Short on book smarts but long on compassion, this high school football player secretly has a soulful side. See them in Glee.
Caleb Rivers is a bad boy with a good reason for acting out. See them in Pretty Little Liars.
Gina Linetti views herself as a sort of life coach/influencer to the rest of the office. She's not so keen on the "work" aspect of her job. See them in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Lux Lisbon's flirtatious manner attracts a lot of male attention. She relishes the power that her sexuality grants her. See them in The Virgin Suicides.
Nate Archibald is confident, shrewd and trying to do the right thing. But that isn't always easy on the ruthless Upper East Side. See them in Gossip Girl.
Corpse Bride's dreams were taken from her. But now - now she's stolen them from someone else. See them in Corpse Bride.
What Troy Barnes lacks in common sense, he makes up for with heart. See them in Community.
If anyone can speak truth to power, it's Atticus Finch. With elequent monologues, he forces everyone to face hard truths. See them in To Kill a Mockingbird.
Helena is a mentally unstable, childish, and completely merciless. And most of all, she's an unstoppable killer. See them in Orphan Black.
Blaine Anderson is a put-together prep school boy with the voice of an angel. See them in Glee.
Nick Carraway is the perfect observer: always there for the events, but never too involved. See them in The Great Gatsby.
Veronica Lodge is a quintessential mean girl trying to make a better life, and a better self. See them in Riverdale.