Chris is the socially awkward and mentally immature son of the Griffin family who’s tormented by an evil monkey that lives in his closet.
In the Hangover, the boys are headed to Vegas for the weekend — and the bride’s socially awkward brother Alan Garner (Zach Galifianakis) is tagging along. The wolf pack, as Alan dubs them, have one hell of night and sober up to a baby, a tiger, and a Mike Tyson.
In a cast of awkward characters, Deb takes the cake. Dressed most often in pastel, this monotone sweetheart’s fashion sense is stuck in the ’80s with sideways ponytails and bangle bracelets. Perhaps after college she’ll earn a career that’s not selling handicrafts door-to-door, and update her wardrobe.
You should probably take everything Napoleon says with a grain of salt because more than likely it’s not true. However, you can’t deny that the kid has a big heart, some entertaining dance moves, and cleans up rather well. His all brown suit with matching vest made him look rather dapper. Well, as long as you don’t pay attention to the green socks.
In Arrested Development, Buster was and continues to be the baby of the Bluth family. He enjoys giving backrubs to his mother Lucille, having photo shoots in matching outfits with his mother, and dating women named Lucille who are his mother’s age.
Steven Q. Urkel, played by Jaleel White, lives next door to the Winslows on the TGIF show Family Matters. Urkel is the ultimate nerd with his awkward fashion, high-pitched voice, and unrequited love for Laura Winslow — at least until he drinks his cool juice and transforms into Stefan Urquelle.
George Michael is the reserved teenage son of Michael Bluth, with an equally reserved sense of style. Despite his family’s wild antics, he just wants a normal life for himself. Oh, and to have his cousin Maeby love him back.
Max Fischer’s life revolves around Rushmore Academy, but not for the academics, what with model UN, kung fu, calligraphy, beekeepers club, and what not. Oh, and he saved Latin — what did you ever do?
In Superbad, Fogell (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) uses a fake ID to buy alcohol for a party. On the downside, the fake ID is not too subtle, issued by the state of Hawaii to a man named simply “McLovin”. On the upside, it makes a great accessory for his not too subtle “grown-up” clothes.