Because you like Selina Meyer in Veep
Erlich Bachman is an overconfident wannabe mentor blowing all types of smoke around the tech industry. See them in Silicon Valley.
Calling Alicia Florrick a "good wife" is damning this smart, capable, thoughtful woman with too-faint praise. See them in The Good Wife.
Abbi Abrams is the ultimate wingwoman because she wants nothing more than to have a good time for its own sake. See them in Broad City.
In charge of stocking the office's supply of cigarettes and liquor, Joan Holloway could run the whole company if they would let her. See them in Mad Men.
Lucille Bluth doesn't understand the question, and she won't respond to it. And you're probably better off. See them in Arrested Development.
Liz Lemon is a lover of comedy, geek stuff, and night cheese. See them in 30 Rock.
As the White House Press Secretary, C. J. Cregg is a master of verbal karate and the best damn basketball player in Ohio Valley history. See them in The West Wing.
CIA operative Carrie Mathison is on a self-assigned mission to follow a lead, whether it be the truth or just her delusions playing tricks. See them in Homeland.
Free-spirited Annie Hall goes through life saying "La-di-da, la-di-da, la la." See them in Annie Hall.
Yes, she's an "older" woman, but that just makes Mrs. Robinson sexier and more seductive. See them in The Graduate.
Blunt, petty, neurotic, Larry David can never live and let live. See them in Curb Your Enthusiasm.
If this slick ad man doesn't like the conversation, he changes it—while drinking and smoking. See them in Mad Men.