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Amy Pond

After first meeting the Doctor when she was seven, Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) thought for years he was an imaginary friend. Until he showed up again the day before her wedding and it turned out her Raggedy Doctor was really an alien Time Lord (tangentially, what is up with the Doctor and redheads’ weddings?).

Rory Williams

Amy Pond’s beau and eventual husband, Rory Williams wasn’t initially invited to hopscotch around the universe with the Doctor. But once he got a taste of it, nothing could stop him from joining Amy: not a wedding, not death and not an unfortunate two-thousand-year stint as a Roman centurion.

Dale Gribble

In King of the Hill, Dale Gribble is Hank Hill’s friend and neighbor. Dale enjoys driving around in the Bug-e-bago and spraying things with toxic chemicals, an exterminator by trade. At least that’s what they’d like to you believe…

Ned Flanders

Nedward “Ned” Flanders Jr. is next-diddly-door neighbors with the Simpsons. He’s a highly devout Christian who annoys Homer with his perfect family, his goody two-shoes kindness, and his stupid sexy body.

The Blues Brothers

Ex-con Jake “Joliet” Blues (John Belushi) and his brother Elwood (Dan Aykroyd) are the Blues Brothers, a band on a mission from God to save a Catholic orphanage. In their quest, they must face the police, neo-Nazis, and worst of all, a country and western band.

Duke Silver

Duke Silver is Ron Swanson’s smooth-talking alter ego on Parks & Recreation. He spends his evenings in Eagleton’s hottest bar playing jazz sax to the delight of elderly women. He likes to keep his act on the down low, so if you catch him at Cozy’s in his signature fedora, don’t call him “Mr. Swanson.”

The Governor

In The Walking Dead, the Governor offers survivors refuge from zombies in his idyllic town of Woodbury. But things are not all as they seem. Especially in the aquarium room.

Daryl Dixon

Daryl Dixon is a fan-favorite Walking Dead character played by Norman Reedus. He’s a quiet southerner whose survival skills shine through in the zombie apocalypse. And like a proud redneck, his outfit is low key… aside from the crossbow and animal pelts.

Daria Morgendorffer

While Daria’s style was seen as unfashionable by her classmates at Lawndale High School, her brains before beauty was something to which many real life teenage girls could relate. Keeping it simple with pleated skirts and boots, Daria had better things to do than worry about her appearance. You know, like a crush on her best friend’s brother.

Jane Lane

When she isn’t painting or sculpting Jane Lane can usually be found hanging out with her best friend, Daria. While she is just as cynical as her friend, Jane’s style is a little more outgoing. Wearing tights with shorts, she isn’t afraid to put on a little red lipstick and dye her hair on occasion.