Downplayed: Bob is a normal guy with positive as well as negative qualities, but sometimes the show uses Bob to deliver a Take That or Space Whale Aesop at specific problems the creator sees with the audience.
The author is a Jerkass who feels that he has the right to target on less fortunate people that he hates in real life.
The author is just looking for an excuse to insult the audience to make himself feel superior.
Inverted: Bob is a sympathetic and/or admirable character whom the audience is meant to identify with—e.g., a comic book character who is a big comics nerd, who is hardworking, intelligent, cool, and his knowledge and passion about comic books help him defeat the challenges and villains he is faced with.
Double Subverted: ???
Zig Zagged: ???
Averted: Bob isn't shown to neither negatively nor positively represent the audience.
The author: "Since I have a lowly opinion about some people, I want to make a character who is as pathetic as they are."
Defied: The author chooses not to create a character representing the fans since this will cause them to not watch the show.
Conversed: "What is the author thinking about having Bob representing us? Is he like misanthropic or something?"