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Chinese Eddie Haskells?

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Not so much that particular character of course, but characters from Chinese television shows or movies that have entered popular culture as representing a personality type. In America, certainly, say someone's a real Eddie Haskell or Archie Bunker and you'll be understood immediately. Any equivalent widely used and understood names in China that a foreigner should know? For example, extending this to literature, we'd have 阿Q.

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诸葛亮 is the first one that comes to my mind.

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