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    I've been told Kyle Broflovsky. He tempered morality, smarts, and (relative) kindness with the mischievousness of an eight-year-old.

    ... before he got demoted to "stick-up-the-ass moral crusader."
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    I never really watched the show but people used to tell me I was like Eric from That 70s Show. Also, the Matthew Modine character in full Metal Jacket and the main character from Can't Hardly Wait. Whatever.

    Personally I find it easiest to identify with characters who are "almost human" yet not quite there. Data, Bishop, Seven of Nine, Cameron (Sarah Connor Chronicles)
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    I have been compared to:

    Baymax from Big Hero 6

    Nayuki Minase from Kanon

    Mayushii from Steins;Gate

    Doc from Red vs Blue

    And a couple of those guys from that one swimming thing

    but not like this, it won't be by your hand
    not this way, not today
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    "An upsidedown wire heart
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    The perfect fit.
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    Anime must be a mostly Gen-Y-and-later thing?; I have no idea about any of it.

    The only two characters I can relate to decently, and I think I'm similar in demeanor/thoughts, is Angela from 'My So-called Life' and Charlotte in 'Lost in Translation'. Though when I was Angela's age (right when the show was airing!!), I didn't have the social life she had, and I think I was less daydreamy. Probably a little less angsty at that point in my life. But the overall elements of her I found relatable. With Charlotte, I could just relate to quite a bit, and also think her demeanor and how she engages with people and dialogues, her introvertedness and processing, life questions, is pretty similar to me.
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    Non-sciencey friends have compared me to Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory. Only having a passing knowledge of the character I consider that an insult.

    Friends from graduate school have compared me to Wednesday Addams, Temperance Brennan and Maura Isles (never watched any of the shows).

    Personally, from current TV I probably relate to aspects of Sameen Shaw and Harold Finch (person of interest) the most. Though my icon is Root, and I like her the best from the show.

    Ah, oh yes, Clarice Starling (Silence of the Lambs, not Hannibal) is pretty close too. Also Daria.
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    Jane from Happy Endings
    Debra Morgan from Dexter
    Elaine from Seinfeld
    Female Stan Smith from American Dad

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