Men

Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson is one of the most recognizable country singer songwriters today, equally famous for his hit records and his activism for legalizing marijuana. The government can sell his things, but they best not touch Trigger, his beloved guitar.

Steve Urkel

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 Bluth

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.

Annyong Bluth

Annyong is the adopted Korean son of Lucille and George Bluth. Knowing no English, he repeats only “annyoung” — the Korean word for “hello” — and the name sticks. He quarrels with his brother Buster and is revealed to be a mole seeking revenge on the Bluth Family.

Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski

Jeffrey Lebowski (Jeff Bridges), or as he would prefer to be called, the Dude, is an avid bowler and otherwise total slacker. He gets caught up in a kidnapping scheme after getting confused with millionaire Jeffrey Lebowski. That sweater really ties the outfit together, Dude.

Anton Chigurh

In No Country for Old Men, Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) is a cold-blooded killer with a strange appearance and stranger weapon of choice. He also plays a mean game of heads-or-tails. Call it, friend-o.

Silent Bob

If you’re interested in chain smoking and silence then Silent Bob is your man. The other half of Kevin Smith’s duo, Jay and Silent Bob, he is one of the few people that has managed to make wearing a duster look kind of cool.

Jay

With his foul mouth and fondness of marijuana, Jay made his presence known in many Kevin Smith films as one half of the duo Jay and Silent Bob. His style is much like his attitude, laid back with no concern of what others think about him. Snoogans!

Eli Cash

The crickets and the rust beetles scuttled among the nettles of the sage thicket. “Vamanos, amigos,” Eli Cash whispered and threw the busted-leather flint craw over the loose weave of the saddle cock. And they rode on in the friscalating dusk light.

Pagoda

Pagoda is the ever loyal servant to the Tenenbaums household. When Royal’s scheming gets him fired, Pagoda pulls out a tiny Swiss Army knife and stabs him — and then promptly disinfects the wound.