Men

Raj Koothrappali

In The Big Bang Theory, Raj Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) works with Sheldon Cooper and maintains a bromance with Howard Wolowitz. His game suffers from his inability to talk to women sober, as well as his garish sweater vest and jacket combos.

King Vitaman

King Vitaman might be royalty, but he’s not nearly as popular as the Count or Cap’n. No one’s had breakfast with the king in many years, yet he somehow manages to stay on the shelves.

Howard Wolowitz

Despite a highly successful career as an engineer and astronaut, Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) gets mocked constantly by his friends in The Big Bang Theory. He considers himself a ladies man, but that female attention comes mainly from his mother.

Alistair Hennessey

Alistair Hennessey is arch-nemesis to Steve Zissou in The Life Aquatic. True, Hennessey was once married to Zissou’s wife, but the animosity is more that he’s more handsome, rich, fashionable, and all-around successful than his counterpart.

Steve Zissou

Steve Zissou, played by Bill Murray in The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, is an oceanographer who makes documentaries from aboard the Belafonte. He corresponds on Steve Zissou stationery and sports Steve Zissou special edition Adidas.

Dirk Calloway

Dirk Calloway, played by Mason Gamble, is loyal sidekick to Max Fischer. Their friendship hits a rough patch though when Dirk finds out Max has been coming onto his mom and talking about it at Rushmore. With friends like that who needs friends?

Fred Savage in The Wizard

Fred Savage as Corey Woods co-stars with Rilo Kiley in The Wizard, a 100-minute Nintendo commercial for Super Mario Bros 3 and the Power Glove. I love this outfit. It’s so bad.

Sheldon Cooper

In The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) has a genius IQ and photographic memory, though he spends most of those brain cycles on comic books, sci-fi, and sci-fi comic books. He himself enjoys costumes, even dressing up as Raggedy C3P-O one Halloween.

Max Fischer

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?

Steve Jobs

As Steve Jobs changed the face of computing with the Macintosh, iMac, iPod, iPhone, and iPad, his outfit always remained the same. Presented here are the exact same brands that filled the closet of the late, great Apple CEO.