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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.

Sue Sylvester

Sue Sylvester is the conniving coach of the William McKinley cheerleading squad. She’s willing to win at any cost, and that includes bullying students and teachers on a daily basis. Sue’s closet has a tracksuit for every occasion.

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.

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.

Andre Nowzik

“Child, please!” Andre Nowzik is perhaps the most lovable member in The League. His buds always rag on him for his flashy taste, but we can’t help but love all those hats!

Captain Hammer

In Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, Captain Hammer is the arch-nemesis of Dr. Horrible and hero to the city. His super strength and good looks are topped only by his cockiness.

Finn the Human

Finn is a 14-year-old human boy who loves nothing more than saving the day, accompanied by the shape-shifting Jake the Dog. He wears a hat that covers his extremely long flowing golden hair. He is prone to exclamations and outbursts including “Mathematical!” and “Algebraic!”.

Dr. Horrible

Dr. Horrible is an aspiring supervillain who ends each day by reflecting on his personal blog while cheesy synth music plays overhead. Remember to address him properly, because he “didn’t spend 6 years getting a PhD in Horribleness to be called mister.”

Cee Lo Green

Musician, producer, actor Cee Lo Green turns heads wherever he goes. With his one-of-a-kind wardrobe, he’s certainly not one to shy away from feathers, fur (in the form of a Persian lap cat) or bedazzles.

Wendy Testaburger

Wendy Testaburger is Stan Marsh’s main squeeze. She’s mature for her age and not afraid to go against the grain. Her refined look, especially for a 4th grader, includes a pink beret, a purple coat, and yellow trousers.