14 Relationships We All Wish We Were in This Valentine's Days: TV Edition
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14 Relationships We All Wish We Were in This Valentine's Days: TV Edition

Can you say relationship goals?

14 Relationships We All Wish We Were in This Valentine's Days: TV Edition

The best relationships are the ones that come from television. And, of course, they give us unrealistic expectations about love. But no matter how unrealistic some events are that doesn’t mean that we don’t still wish some of it could happen to us…doesn’t it?

1. Ben and Leslie from ‘Parks and Recreation’

They are too cute for words.

2. Jim and Pam from ‘The Office’

Sometimes it’s too realistic.

3. Caleb and Hanna from ‘Pretty Little Liars’

A 'PLL' favorite.

4. Monica and Chandler from ‘Friends’

The best was the one where everyone finds out.

5. Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky from ‘Full House’

Probably an all-time favorite for everyone.

6. Andy and April from ‘Parks and Recreation’

Opposites attract.

7. Derek Morgan and Penelope Garcia from ‘Criminal Minds'

OK, technically they are not in a relationship, but who wouldn’t want this?

8. Meredith Grey and Derek Shepherd from ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

I wouldn’t complain if they were my doctors.

9. Emma Swan and Captain Hook from ‘Once Upon A Time’

Remember when Hook used to be seen as the villain?

10. Lily and Marshall from ‘How I Met Your Mother’

“That’s love, b*tch.”

11. Ross and Rachel from ‘Friends’

The real rollercoaster of relationships.

12. Lilly and Oliver from 'Hannah Montana'

We were all Miley when we found out about this.

13. Fran Fine and Maxwell Sheffield from 'The Nanny'

One of the funniest.

14. David and Snow from ‘Once Upon A Time’

You are never too old for a fairytale.

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