TV

Commissioner Gordon

James Gordon (Gary Oldman) is the commissioner of the Gotham City Police Department and confidante to Batman. He should be managing from police headquarters, but he’s always the first to don a SWAT vest and down into the sewers.

Hulk Hogan

From feather boas to apparel bearing his own name, Hulk Hogan’s ring attire has varied throughout his career but he has stayed true to the colors red and yellow. No matter which variation of his outfit you choose, unless you’re built like the Hulkster you want to make sure to include a pair of black wraparound sunglasses. Otherwise you could end up looking like a walking McDonald’s advertisement.

Ernie Roth, The Grand Wizard of Wrestling

Known as “The Grand Wizard of Wrestling” Ernie Roth was a sight to behold. The manager of several wrestling heels, he often wore clashing patterns and sequined jackets. However, his flamboyant look doesn’t stop there. If you want to be a true version of The Grand Wizard you need a brightly colored turban. You can add a few feathers and jewels to take it one step further. Ernie would approve.

Wednesday Addams

Wednesday Addams is in an inspiration to goth girls everywhere. With her pale skin and all black clothing, the most color you will see on the grim little girl is red nail polish. Although, who has time for make-up when you’re plotting ways to kill your little brother?

Bill Nye the Science Guy

Bill Nye the Science Guy was an educational TV show that taught scientific topics through a fun-filled, fast paced, and humorous way. The show did so well that it won 19 Emmy Awards during its run.

Bob Ross

Bob Ross is the lovable personality who brought the joy of painting to millions. On his public television show, he taught us how to use oil paints to create happy little clouds, happy little trees, and other happy little accidents. He often brought squirrels and other little rascals on the set.

Billy Mays

Most people know Billy Mays as the spokesperson for the cleaning products OxiClean, Kaboom and OrangeGlo but he also promoted miscellaneous items like The Ding King, What Odor?, and Zorbeez. We all miss seeing his amped up pitches on T.V. and hearing his famous catch phrase “Hi, Billy Mays here for the…”.

Deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes

In The Walking Dead, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) is the deputy sheriff of King’s County, Georgia when it becomes overrun with zombies. He leads a small group of survivors, but becomes a bit unhinged when his wife Lori is killed.

Merle Dixon

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) is Daryl’s charismatic, rough-around-the-edges older brother in The Walking Dead. He’s quick to antagonize others, which costs him a hand, but he finds a solution for that.

The 11th Doctor

Change is good. The 11th Doctor knows this. That’s why he wears a bowtie now. Bowties are cool. And sure, his regeneration was a little rocky and maybe the TARDIS needed a new desktop theme anyway, but he’s got everything under control. Really. You can stop laughing at any time.