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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.

Joan Holloway

The original queen bee of Sterling Cooper, Joan ran the secretarial pool with vicious efficiency. Although men concentrate on her va-va-voom image, she’s smarter than she lets on and isn’t above using sex appeal to advance her career. A smart move, it seems, as she’s gotten a partnership in the firm.

Betty Draper

With her Grace Kelly good looks, house in the suburbs, successful husband and two-point-three kids, Betty Draper was supposed to be the epitome of a 1960’s happy housewife. Too bad she and Don made each other so miserable. However, even after leaving him, Betty still struggles within the confines of conservative suburbia.

Phil Robertson

Phil Roberston, better known as “The Duck Commander” is the patriarch of the Robertson family, featured on A&E’s reality TV show, Duck Dynasty. Phil is so devoted to his craft of making duck calls that he even gave up a chance to play in the NFL because it interfered with duck season. With gems such as “She may be an ugly woman but she if cooks squirrel and dumplins, that’s the woman you go after”, who can resist watching to see what he’ll say next.

Jamie Hyneman

Jamie Hyneman co-hosts Mythbusters with Adam Savage, as the more serious and responsible half of the special effects duo. He’s also been a dive master, boat captain, linguist, animal wrangler, and chef, but he’s still best known for looking like a walrus.

Doug Funnie

Relive the 90’s as your childhood pal, Doug. Apart from his big heart and wild imagination, we remember his reliable green sweater vest and oversized khaki shorts.

Peggy Olson

Starting out as Don Draper’s secretary, Peggy at first seemed like a typical shy, Catholic schoolgirl. But it rapidly became clear she had a talent and instinct for copy matched only by Don himself. Taken under his wing, she’s subsequently blossomed into a confident woman willing to pursue her own ambitions.

Michael Ginsberg

Michael Ginsberg is a talented copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Ginsberg has a kooky personality and a kooky wardrobe to match, favoring plaid jackets with print shirts and paisley ties. Alert the fashion police!

Hillbilly Jim

A character like Hillbilly Jim is perfect for a sport whose fans are believed to be predominantly “rednecks.” A popular wrestler of the ’80s, the loveable Hillbilly Jim fits the stereotype well in his bib overalls and horseshoe necklace. Of course, we all know this misconception isn’t true. Lots of intelligent, well-rounded individuals love professional wrestling. We should be more concerned about the people wearing bib overalls who don’t like professional wrestling.