TV

John Luther

Detective Chief Inspector John Luther (Idris Elba) works for the Serious and Serial Crime Unit on the BBC show Luther. He’s a brilliant, gritty detective who often toes the line between following the law and breaking it. Either way, tweed’s never looked better than it does on him.

Abraham Ford

In The Walking Dead, Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) is a former Army sergeant who travels the post-apocalyptic wasteland in search of a zombie cure. Any resemblance to Duke Nukem is purely coincidental.

Ghostbusters

When ghosts, poltergeists, and other spirits come a haunting, who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters! Coveralls are essential work attire when the possibility of being covered in slime or marshmallow puff is a real job hazard.

Patty and Selma

Patty and Selma Bouvier are Marge Simpson’s spinster twin sisters who share a fondness for cigarettes and a disdain for Homer, which they never fail to remind him of.

Beth Greene

In The Walking Dead, Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) is a teenage girl surviving the zombie apocalypse. Despite her shy and soft spoken nature, she’s quite tough and maintains her optimism. She’ll even sing you a song once in awhile.

Chris Griffin

Chris is the socially awkward and mentally immature son of the Griffin family who’s tormented by an evil monkey that lives in his closet.

Lois Griffin

Lois Griffin is the ever-patient matriarch of the Griffin family. She’s often the voice of reason when her husband, Peter, launches himself into every impulsive idea that he has.

Linda Belcher

Linda is the enthusiastic and supportive mother of the Belcher family. Her loud and outgoing personality compliments her quiet husband’s personality as they work together in the restaurant. Her day-to-day wear consists of a red long sleeve shirt, blue jeans, and big red glasses.

Meg Griffin

Meg Griffin is the black sheep of the Griffin family. She is often the butt of Peter’s jokes and is neglected by her family but for some reason Quagmire seems to have an interest in her.

David Van Driessen

There are few people who have hope for the future of Beavis and Butt-head. However, David Van Driessen believes everyone has good in them. You just have to give them a second, third or fourth chance. From a classic peace sign T-shirt to Birkenstock sandals, Mr. Van Driessen is a true hippie with so much peace, love and understanding to give.