In Gravity Falls, Dipper Pines (voiced by Jason Ritter) is sent with his twin sister Mabel to spend summer vacation with his great uncle. While he's upset about being in a small boring town at first, he soon finds that many mysteries and adventures await.
In Futurama, Scruff (voiced by David Herman) works as a janitor for Planet Express, if you can call it work. He’s generally apathetic about his job and spends most of his time in the pages of porn magazines.
In The I.T. Crowd, Maurice Moss (Richard Ayoade) works in the IT department of Reynholm Industries. He’s highly intelligent, but struggles to communicate with anything besides a computer keyboard.
In Demolition Man, Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes) is a crime lord who’s been cryogenically frozen for a 22 year sentence in CryoPrison. After being revived for his parole hearing, he escapes to find a utopian society where even profanity is outlawed — perfect for wreaking havoc.
In Justified, Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) is a U.S. Marshal that enforces the law in his Appalachian hometown. Though set in modern times, his tough lawman persona is reminiscent of 1870’s Deadwood.
In Futurama, Amy Wong (voiced by Lauren Tom) is the ditzy, spoiled daughter of wealthy ranchers. She works as an intern at Planet Express, where most of her value comes from having the same blood type as Professor Farnsworth.
In Hey Arnold!, Helga Geraldine Pataki is a 4th grader who can be bossy and a bit of a tomboy. She’s secretly in love with Arnold, but shows it by teasing him as little children do.
In Blade Runner, Rick Deckard is a seasoned police officer who specializes in “retiring” replicants. He’s called in for one last job when a group of replicants escapes a space colony and goes into hiding in Los Angeles. He begins his investigation at Tyrell Corporation where he meets Rachael.