Because you like Ned Flanders in The Simpsons
It's hard to tell if Dean Winchester cares more about saving the world or his 1967 Chevy Impala. See them in Supernatural.
When a half-breed breaks the rules, John Constantine deports them straight back to hell. He's trying to buy his way into heaven. See them in Constantine.
Smart, sarcastic, and loyal, Stiles Stilinski doesn't just want to be the sidekick in someone else's life. See them in Teen Wolf.
Good fashion? Check. Snarky quips? Check. Supernatural evil-fighting powers? Also check. See them in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Liv Moore is a sarcastic high-achiever turned morally conflicted zombie. See them in iZombie.
When Jessica Jones is not throwing back drinks, she's taking down bad guys with her strength, detective skills, and foul-mouthed insults. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Melinda May is a woman of few words and many talents. Most of them martial. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Clary Fray's philosophy: dive into the supernatural underworld first and ask questions later. See them in City of Bones.
They say Babydoll has lost her mind. But why does it seem like she's the only sane one in her institution? See them in Sucker Punch.
Smart but insecure, Tally Youngblood is torn between what she wants and what her society demands. See them in Uglies.
Noah Calhoun is lost without Allie, who seems to have moved on. See them in The Notebook.
Despite the undeniably awful turn her life has taken, Rachel handles herself with remarkable grace. See them in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl .