7 TV Couples That Will Make You Believe In Love Again
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7 TV Couples That Will Make You Believe In Love Again

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7 TV Couples That Will Make You Believe In Love Again

If you're like me, you throw WAY too much of your time in TV. Specifically, the couples that come from TV shows.

(I will go and rewatch their "pivotal moments" episodes whenever I feel sad.)

So here's some TV couples that help you believe in love once again:

1. Andy Dwyer and April Ludgate

This is basically like a cat and a dog ended up falling in love, and crazy enough, it works. They never take life too seriously and are always doing something crazy together. From being Janet Snakehole and Burt Macklin trying to rescue the President's rubies to helping each other figure out what to do next in their lives, you can clearly tell they care for each other deeply.

2. Chandler Bing and Monica Geller

One of the most iconic TV episodes, "The One Where Everybody Finds Out," came about with this couple. Where a hook-up in London led to so much more. I mean, who didn't love all those candles in the apartment when she proposed to Chandler and he had to finish proposing? I MELTED.

(Also Ross and Rachel did not make this list because they're actually terrible for each other. Sorry not sorry.)

3. Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago

One of the best TV couples out there currently. Nothing ever tops their banter between each other in every episode. They are an unlikely couple since they are such polar opposites, yet they came together beautifully. They're honestly so unproblematic and it's so nice to watch them love each other.

Also I am Charles Boyle when it comes to their relationship

4. Schmidt and Cece

Another hook-up that ended in marriage. Who would've thought that terrible Schmitty would actually land the model? And how did their personalities even work? With a little time, I guess since they're now married, expecting a baby, and doing life GREAT. Bring on season 7!

5. Jim Halpert and Pam Beesley

This OG couple definitely had to make this list. The writers took a very cliche story line, where the boy is in love with the girl that's already taken, and made it work. They also made the fans suffer for so many seasons of them just missing the chance to get together and it just hurt.

Luckily, fate did bring them together and all was right in the Office world.

Then flash forward from a beautiful proposal, wedding, having TWO kids together, and the Office writers pulled on our heartstrings ONCE AGAIN when we thought Jim and Pam weren't going to make it in season 9, but they ended up pulling through and all was right in the world.

6. Mike Wheeler and Eleven

Yes they are middle schoolers but I have not seen a boy love a girl so much as Mike loves Eleven. He called her for 353 DAYS thinking she might be DEAD. And she couldn't even respond to him (other than visiting him in the Void.) His reaction to her at the Snow Ball LITERALLY CHANGED MY LIFE. Ugh season 3 needs to come out now.

7. Ben Wyatt and Leslie Knope

Back to Parks and Rec because there are just too many good couples from that show. Ben and Leslie are both such nerds in their own different ways, and they mesh so well together. Watching them not be able to be together for so long physically HURT me and the way that Ben sacrificed his job to save Leslie's? And then have Ethel come over to Ben's house to read the transcript of Leslie saying "I love you" to Ben? I don't know about you, but that is literal goals.

Also, who doesn't want a man who will make mac and cheese pizza without you asking him? Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go cry for awhile because this is too much perfection for me to handle.

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