One of the best parts of watching television is the television couples. From the parents of the main characters, to the main characters themselves, the couples that you watch grow make watching a t.v. show that much better. So, here’s my list of my top favorite television couples.
1. Topanga Lawrence (Matthews) and Cory Matthews
No couple is cuter than Cory and Topanga. An item since they were 2, all Boy Meets World watches were able to see their relationship grow and bloom (from diapers to wedding bells) and become the most enviable relationship in history. No one was more darling than Corpanga.
2. Kitty and Red Forman
From Kitty’s ridiculously adorable nature to Red’s irritable, rude personality, this couple definitely deserves the number 2 spot. They make you laugh like no couple before and, although they may not teach you a life lesson by the end of the episode, they always show you that opposites attract. And that’s really what That ’70s Show was all about, right?
3. Monica Geller (Bing) and Chandler Bing
For all beloved Friends fans, you all know that the real, true couple with Monica and Chandler. There was no doubt. We always knew that these two (OCD Monica and goofy Chandler) would always end up together through their friends hard ships. They were wonderful together. Truly.
4. Pam Beesly (Halpert) and Jim Halpert
We saw it from the beginning and were not even close to surprised when Pam and Jim got married. Not even Pam and Jim. This couple, with their kookiness and surprising normality, have made romance history and The Office favorites.
5. Rory Gilmore & Logan Huntzberger
Although plenty of Gilmore Girls fans will disagree with me, Rory and Logan worked for so many reasons. He helped her become more outgoing and get some life experience for her journalism. She helped him become more grounded and grow up. They were adorable together and I was so sad when it didn’t work out.
6. Leonard Hofstadter and Penny
Even though he is a major geek and she is a blond acting bombshell, Leonard and Penny were able to make their love last, if only for a short while. They are a living proof that two different stereotypes can fall in love and be pretty darn happy. Oh, The Big Bang Theory, it’s like you planned to make ‘chemistry’.
7. Betty Suarez and Daniel Meade
As Ugly Betty went from ugly Betty to pretty Betty, her relationship with Daniel changed to. With her originally being his secretary so he won’t hit on her, the two embark on a story of friendship and, later, love. Those two are the real meaning of office romance, and it’s pretty darn adorable.
Can’t you feel the coupleness?