Because you like Selina Meyer in Veep
Amber Holt is perpetually caught between forging her own path and stumbling around in the dark. See them in Parenthood.
On the football field, Tim Riggins has it together. But off the field, he sports bloodshot eyes and broken hearts. See them in Friday Night Lights (TV).
A master manipulator, Frank Underwood has a tight grip on Washington DC. Plus who doesn't like having a leader who frequently tosses off Shakespearean asides? See them in House of Cards.
George Costanza is short, stocky, bald, neurotic, and the self-proclaimed "king of the idiots." See them in Seinfeld.
Once described as a "beautiful, tropical fish," Ann Perkins exudes warmth, and unlike most of her friends she also has common sense. See them in Parks and Recreation.
A suave proprietor of an upscale nightclub and gambling den, Rick Blaine is dealing with World War II and a broken heart. See them in Casablanca.
It's impossible to say whether Winifred Burkle is cuter than she is smart, or vice versa. See them in Angel.
Oscar Martinez is a national accountant in an office of weirdos. See them in The Office.
Kara "Starbuck" Thrace will beat you in cards, drink you under the table, then fly circles around you in her fighter plane. See them in Battlestar Galactica.
A Washington DC fixer, Olivia Pope can make roadblocks disappear with a single phone call. "It's handled" is her life motto. See them in Scandal.
Sometimes being a supportive girlfriend like Ophelia doesn't work out too well. See them in Hamlet.
Though cynical about the world, Shuya Nanahara is caring and protective towards his friends. See them in Battle Royale.