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Which Fictional Character Had The Best Onscreen Introduction?

Aaron Sorkin loves a strong entrance, doesn't he?

A movie or show is only as strong as the characters it consists of, methinks.

ABC

However, where there's a strong character, there's an even stronger character entrance.

CBS

Like Will McAvoy's impressive monologue about how America is no longer the greatest country in the world on The Newsroom:

Will McAvoy ranting about how America isn't the greatest country in the world on "The Newsroom."
HBO

You can watch the full scene here.

Or Miranda Priestley's "loin-girding" entrance into the Runway offices in The Devil Wears Prada:

Miranda looking uninterested and unbothered in "The Devil Wears Prada."
20th Century Fox

You can watch the full scene here.

Or President Bartlett's Christ-like end-of-episode arrival on The West Wing:

NBC

You can watch the full scene here.

Or maybe it was Miranda Bailey's iconic list of expectations on Grey's Anatomy:

Bailey looks at her four interns with disgust as she tells them to memorize her rules on "Grey's Anatomy."
ABC

You can watch the full scene here.

So we want to know which character you think had the best introduction — and why. Tell us in the comments below, and your answer could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post and/or video!