When Alicia Silverstone portrayed Cher Horowitz in 1995's "Clueless," a new bar was set for teen characters. Somehow, this ditzy, spoiled, out-of-touch, rich girl also manages to score high on the likability scale. She may be a bit overbearing in attempting to upgrade her new friend, Tai (Brittany Murphy), but viewers never doubt Cher's heart is in the right place. She's aspirational — as in, it's fair to say plenty of teen girls watching kind of want to be her: pretty, popular, sweet, yet oblivious enough not to let her privilege go to her head too much. While aspects of Cher's character may be overdrawn, ultimately she's real. She feels the pain of her own failures and cluelessness in ways only a teenage girl can. And that's all Silverstone, who took on the role from her own perspective.