Duke Nukem

When most people hear ‘The Duke’ they might think of a posh gentleman who drinks tea and plays polo. Well, this ain’t England. Duke is a smart-mouthed, wise cracking ladies’ man sent by the CIA to save the planet. And he does it all with a cigar in his mouth. No big deal.

Walter White

High school chemistry teacher, Walter White, went from collecting homework to collecting cash in the critically-acclaimed series, Breaking Bad. Often referred to as “Heisenberg” in the drug world, it has become harder to tell if the former cancer patient is the protagonist or the antagonist. This could have something to do with the pork pie hat and the menacing stare or perhaps the increase in greediness.

Marie Schrader

While Marie Schrader supposedly holds a job as a technician at a radiology center, she is best known for being a kleptomaniac with a penchant for all things purple. From her home decor to her wardrobe, if it is purple Marie probably owns it. Whether or not she obtained it lawfully is debatable.

Jack Harkness

Time agent, conman, companion – Jack Harkness has been all of that and more over the course of his long, strange life. If he’s not off adventuring with the Doctor, this omnisexual, immortal flirt can be found running the Torchwood Institute on Earth, defending the planet when the Doctor can’t.

Rose Tyler

Rose started out as a normal nineteen-year-old shopgirl until the Doctor blew up her shop (there were Autons inside at the time – don’t ask). But given the choice between an ordinary life and adventure through all of time and space, Rose chose the latter. Hey, who wouldn’t?

The 9th Doctor

What can you say about the Doctor that hasn’t already been said over his show’s fifty-year history? He’s nine hundred years old, he’s an alien and he travels through time and space in a 1963 blue police call box. Also, sometimes he looks like Christopher Eccleston and that’s pretty fantastic.

Marty McFly

Michael J. Fox plays Martin “Marty” Seamus McFly, the main character in the Back to the Future series. When he hits 88 mph in Doc Brown’s DeLorean, he accidentally goes back in time, and must do everything in his power to avoid wiping out his own existence.

Clementine Kruczynski

In Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, free spirited Clementine, played by Kate Winslet, decides to have her memory erased of her former lover, Joel Barish. They unknowingly rekindle their relationship on a train ride when they decide to “meet in Montauk”.

Peggy Bundy

Peggy is the matriarch of the dysfunctional Bundy family on Married with Children. Her likes include bonbons, talk shows and shopping. Her dislikes include taking care of her children, cooking, cleaning, and Al.

Interview with Maggie from Costumer’s Guide

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