Love Birds On TV
Do you have a favorite couple on the small screen? Thanks to syndication, we're able to relive some of our favorite TV couple moments. Here are some of our choices for cutest small screen couples.
Phil and Claire
Phil and Claire's marriage on Modern Family provides classic moments each episode. These two, played by Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen, make raising a family look like just how it is — complicated, but full of memorable moments. Though they occasionally bicker and often find each other in trouble with the other, this adorable TV couple is one of our favorites.
Ross and Rachel
What would a list about TV couples be without Friends' Ross and Rachel? Their on-again/off-again relationship captured the hearts of America for 10 years. Thanks to syndication, a new generation of Friends lovers has emerged.
Jason and Maggie
Growing Pains is long remembered for making Kirk Cameron and Tracey Gold household names. But we loved the show for the relationship of their parents, Jason (Alan Thicke) and Maggie (Joanna Kerns) Seaver. These two made parenting look easy despite the antics of their kids — and they still found time to spend quality romantic moments together.
Booth and Bones
Finally! That sentiment was collectively said across America when writers finally put these two together. From the start, Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) were mismatched. But as their professional relationship grew, so did their personal relationship. And audiences have loved their cute moments filled with chemistry ever since.
Jim and Pam
One of the cutest couples of all time by far is Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) and Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer) from The Office. The heart of the show for years, these two shared their lives with viewers, as we watched them fall in love, finally admit to each other they were in love, get married and have two babies.
Pacey and Joey
Dawson's Creek fans remember how at first it appeared Joey (Katie Holmes) would end up with Dawson (James Van Der Beek). But in the end, she found romance with her true love, Pacey (Joshua Jackson) — and we like it that way.
Bo and Lauren
Wildly popular in Canada, Lost Girl has gained a cult following in the U.S. as well. Bo's (Anna Silk) relationship with Lauren (Zoie Palmer) has also gained a lot of attention. We're happy the writers decided to put these two together — making many fans of the show happy as well.
Marshall and Lily
While we've watched for years Ted's adventures in finding the love of his life, it was Marshall and Lily's tender moments on-screen that captured our hearts. Alyson Hannigan and Jason Segel will long be remembered as adorable small-screen love birds.
Tony and Angela
Though their relationship was strictly business at first on Who's the Boss?, the attraction between Tony (Tony Danza) and Angela (Judith Light) was always there. The show's writers knew the sexual tension between this eventual power couple was the talk of the town, and they kept it going for several years before the characters finally admitted their feelings for each other — making for many cute moments between the two that left us wanting more.
Cory and Topanga
Boy Meets World fans rejoiced when we heard the cast would reunite for a new show based on the lives of Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) as parents to a girl. In the '90s show, we followed the lives of these two as they entered the world of high school, eventually falling in love. We're happy to hear their relationship is still going strong.
Kevin and Winnie
If you haven't seen The Wonder Years, find it now. This favorite tween couple captured our hearts in this show about a group of teenagers finding their way through the Vietnam era. Kevin (Fred Savage) and Winnie (Danica McKellar) show us that although many things have changed for teenagers over time, other things never will — including the awkwardness and excitement that comes with young love.
Castle and Beckett
Writer Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) and detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) solve murders on the TV show Castle, but at the end of the 2011-2012 season solved a mystery of their own — their relationship status. Since officially becoming a couple, the two have upped their give-and-take banter with humor and a lot of "ahh" moments.
Cam and Mitchell
Eric Stonestreet (Cam) and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Mitchell) command the small screen as individual actors, but when together, are unstoppable. Their chemistry and loving — and often hilarious — interactions make them a top cute TV couple.
Niles and Daphne
For years, we watched Niles (David Hyde Pierce) swoon over Daphne (Jane Leeves) on the hit show, Frasier. Nothing gave us greater pleasure than when the two finally professed their love for each other — even if it was at Daphne's wedding to another man.
Cliff and Clair
Often the cutest relationships are that of young love, but we think Cliff and Clair Huxtable's marriage was filled with adorable moments as well. Marriage in real life can be challenging, but these two — played by Bill Cosby and Phylicia Rashad — made it look easy by working together to keep romance alive.
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