Milton is a meek employee of Initech. He's walked all over by the management, with VP Bill Lumbergh taking his cherished red Swingline stapler and moving his cubicle into the roach-infested basement. But Milton will have his payback.
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October 18, 2013 by Tom
In Trailer Park Boys, Bubbles (Mike Smith) is instantly recognizable from his coke-bottle glasses, western shirts, and entourage of kittens. He might have child-like mannerisms, but he’s probably the smartest of the bunch. And let’s get one thing straight: Bubbles might live in a trailer park, but he doesn’t live in a trailer. No, he lives in a tool shed.January 17, 2013 by Jaime
Not the brightest crayon in the box, Beavis spends most of his time watching TV and doing whatever Butt-head tells him to do. Although, if you put enough caffeine in him he becomes an entirely different person known as “Cornholio.” Don’t worry, this look is easy to achieve as well. You just have to pull your Metallica shirt over your head. It’s almost like two costumes in one.
November 8, 2013 by Jaime
Despite countless failed attempts at dating Butt-head still believes he’s a stud when it comes to women. Like his best friend, Beavis, he keeps his look simple with a band shirt and shorts. This leaves him more time to think about girls and complain about things that suck.June 6, 2013 by Jaime
Sometimes enough is enough and for William “D-Fens” Foster that point was reached in Falling Down. Dressed in his business casual work attire the disgruntled former engineer went on a rampage stealing weapons and confronting anyone that looked at him funny. That’s not really what you would expect from a man with a pocket full of ballpoint pens and a briefcase.
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