Serving as Bo's sidekick, sneaky Kenzi has more to offer than most people give her credit for. This gal has delved headlong into the Fae world and hasn't looked back since.
In Caddyshack, when the upscale Bushwood Country Club is overrun with a gopher infestation, it’s the unhinged Carl Spackler (Bill Murray) who’s called in. And when flooding them out of their holes doesn’t work, he embarks on a scorched earth campaign.
Channeling Elvis Presley, beefcake Johnny Bravo is all looks and no brains. Clad in a tight T-shirt and jeans, Bravo is often combing his hair and failing to get the current woman of his dreams.
In Wet Hot American Summer, McKinley (Michael Ian Black) may not be the best camp counselor but he’s pretty good at matching his wardrobe. Whether you’re feeling nostalgic for the ’80′s or your own summer camp experience, McKinley’s ringer T-shirt and matching red shorts are sure to take you back to a carefree time.
Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock), better known as Miss Congeniality, proves you don’t have to turn in your badge to wear a tiara. Dressed to impress, this FBI agent’s attire combines the key accessories of a beauty queen and crime fighter.
In Frozen, the regal and kind Elsa appears poised but struggles with a deep secret — her ability to create ice and snow. When she accidentally harms her little sister Anna, she begins to isolate herself. As her powers grow and her emotions run high, she unintentionally sets off an eternal winter.
Maggie Greene has come a long way since the start of the zombie apocalypse. Once a rebellious young farm girl, she has quickly turned into a machete wielding bad ass, taking down walkers left and right. Donning combat boots and a utility belt with the required weapons, Maggie is not to be messed with.
Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris) is known for his love of suits, laser tag, and elaborate schemes for picking up women. He’s forced to wear the ducky tie after he loses a bet to Marshall and Lily that involves teppanyaki cooking and breasts, of course.
Farmer owner and veterinarian Hershel Greene held firmly to his belief that the walkers could be cured. A full grown beard and one foot amputation later, Hershel is questioning everything he believes but at least he’s still staying true to his fashion choice of suspenders.