Because you like Howard Wolowitz in The Big Bang Theory
Oscar Martinez is a national accountant in an office of weirdos. See them in The Office.
Once a handsome prince, the Beast is now a grumpy, furry, monster. It's hard to pinpoint which mammal he resembles the most. See them in Beauty and the Beast.
A sarcastic and nosy tomboy, Stephanie Tanner is understandably not crazy about being the middle child. See them in Full House.
This bite-sized, power-hungry plankton is determined to uncover the secret recipe for the Krusty Krab burger. See them in SpongeBob SquarePants.
Eric Forman's interests include smoking weed, collecting Luke Skywalker memorabilia, eating Fatso burgers, and making his dad mad. See them in That '70s Show.
Ted Mosby is a hopelessly romantic architect in search of someone to be the mother of his children. See them in How I Met Your Mother.
Billy Batson is a troublemaking teen grappling with a pretty weird superhero identity crisis See them in Shazam.
King Schultz is about as color-blind as a man of his era can be. See them in Django Unchained.
C is for cookie, and that's more than good enough for him. See them in Sesame Street.
This cannibalistic villain may be a loner, but Killer Croc doesn't have problems with self-confidence. See them in Suicide Squad.
Though he may be blind, Chirrut Imwe sees the power of the force more than most. See them in Rogue One.
Kesuke Miyagi is a karate expert who thinks the best way a scrawny high schooler can learn how to defend himself is by washing every surface in sight. See them in The Karate Kid.