You’ve seen the scene countless times again and again. Our hero goes on one job interview after another or is giving one job interview after another. The prospects and HR managers are just terrible and bring home the point that our hero is in trouble. Maybe, they are on a date, and we follow them as they burn through Tinder after the breakup halfway in the movie. There are no good men or women out there. Perhaps, they are at a party, and every single person there is not interesting, completely self-absorbed, or petty. All of these roles are co-star roles filled by actors, or star actors looking to make a cameo. These scenes are usually rooted in comedy, with strong opinions from your character, and about your character. They are there to make a point, and our hero is faced with a decision on how to move forward. Keep going the route they’re on now, or change course? Here are the traits you’ll find in these roles, and how to effectively audition for them. If you’re fortunate enough to book one of these, you could become involved in a classic scene, become a meme, snag a catchphrase, or all of the above.