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Fictional Characters from the Midwest

Based on the clues, name these fictional characters from the Midwestern United States.
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First submittedFebruary 15, 2014
Last updatedFebruary 15, 2014
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Captain ... of ... the starship ... Enterprise
Riverside, Iowa
James T. Kirk
Cyborg law enforcer
Teenage truant who had a fun day in Chicago
Shermer, Illinois
Ferris Bueller
Best friend of Tom Sawyer
Hannibal, Missouri
Huckleberry Finn
She rode a tornado to Oz
Dorothy Gale
Dog who wants to "take a bite out of crime"
Scruff McGruff
"Cheerios" coach and glee club antagonist
Lima, Ohio
Sue Sylvester
Working class mother of Becky, Darlene, and D.J.
Lanford, Illinois
Roseanne Conner
Nerdy neighbor who asked "did I do that"?
Steve Urkel
Shoe salesman who is married with children
Chicago area
Al Bundy
"Happy Days" character who had a magic touch with jukeboxes
Arthur Fonzarelli
Cartoon cat who loves lasagna
Muncie, Indiana
Parks department bureaucrat who admires Hillary Clinton
Pawnee, Indiana
Leslie Knope
Alien from Krypton
Clark Kent
"Tool Time" host who wants "more power!"
Detroit area
Tim Taylor
Best friend of Rocky the Flying Squirrel
Frostbite Falls, Minnesota
Bullwinkle J. Moose
Big green mascot of frozen vegetables
Le Sueur, Minnesota
Green Giant
Unintelligent "70's Show" character who gets by on his looks
Point Place, Wisconsin
Michael Kelso
The baddest man in the whole town, according to Jim Croce
Leroy Brown
"American Pie" character with a hot mom
Great Falls, Michigan
Steve Stifler
level 72
Apr 22, 2014
Should accept kalel for alien from krypton.
level 82
May 25, 2014
Accepts too short answers. Writing "Steve" for Stifler gave me Urkel as well. Should require some part of the surname for those at least. Also just "Al" for Al Bundy could be just a typo or lucky guess. And a couple of more like that too.
level 76
May 25, 2014
I detest Glee, which kept me from a perfect score. Yet one more reason to hate it...
level 39
Mar 21, 2017
level 66
Feb 16, 2016
I had no idea that anybody knew where kirk was from on earth. I guess I shouldn't underestimate trekkies. but I definitely wasn't expecting that one.
level 70
Sep 1, 2017
Willie McCoy, aka "Slim", from South Alabama in Jim Croce's "You Don't Mess Around With Jim".
level 40
Mar 1, 2019
I type Al, for Al Bundy, and Steve Stifler pops up.