Confident, intense and SUPER obsessive, Will Truman (Eric McCormack) is the kind of passionate lover every guy thirsts after -- until you screw him over.
Highly motivated, on top of everything at the office and at home, Sarah Walker (Rachel Griffiths) is the definition of Scorpio woman goals in the ways she's sharp and direct and insightful. Those self-destructive streaks though? Well, let's just say Sarah would sometimes never let a good deed go unpunished.
Charlie Brown's personality is an area of study into itself, but without getting too deep, he's a model neurotic with pent-up sexual frustration toward the young ladies in his sphere, thanks to his constant over-analyzing and rejection. We all love us some Charlie -- like most Scorpio men he's intelligent and emotional, soft and tough at the same time -- but let's not act like we don't see that moodiness or those fits of jealousy.
Creed Bratton, famously played by the musician of the same name, was Scorpio to the core but especially in one specific area: mysteriousness. Creed was always up to something -- and something nobody would ever suspect even if he dropped a hundred clues, as he often did. You know the phrase "knows where the bodies are buried?" That phrase was actually invented by a Scorpio specifically for Creed on The Office.*
*It was not, but it totally could've been.
This Sesame Street character's appreciation of cookies is clearly past the point of mere love; it's literally driven him mad, which is right in line with the Scorpio man's well-known voracious appetites and tendencies for obsessive behavior. He might be mostly harmless -- he's felt, and not very scary after all -- but nobody wants to be in his path during one of his episodes, something every pal to a Scorpio can attest to.
Jack Arnold (Dan Lauria) was caring but also constantly frustrated with the rapid changes taking place in the 1960s -- a type of stubbornness Scorpio's loved ones know all too well.
Known for his fantastical tirades and insane fits of jealousy on Married...With Children whenever his wife Peggy (Katey Sagal) got within two feet of another man (or even ventured to do anything without his approval), Al Bundy (Ed O'Neill) is one of those Scorpios who really puts the sting in stinger.
If there was ever a TV Scorpio who literally wrote the book (or at least, texted out the book to a breathless audience), it's Ms. Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester), Queen Bee of Gossip Girl. She is fascinating, complex and charming, but Lord knows that one can keep -- and expose -- a secret, as many of her peers on the Upper East Side found out the hard way.