Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Favorite TV couples

Favorite TV couples
Favorite TV couples. In honor of Couple Appreciation Month, we’re taking a look at the small-screen duos whose romances have inspired us over the years. From UFO-chasing FBI agents to a cartoon couple from Springfield, see if your favorites are on the list.

Ross and Rachel
The “Friends” couple went through breakups, one-night stands, marriages, a baby and even an action star before they chose each other once and for all in the final episode.
Cliff and Clair Huxtable
The happily married and successful couple raised a large family. Was there a kid who watched “The Cosby Show” and didn’t want to live in the New York brownstone as a member of the Huxtable family?
Lucy and Ricky Ricardo
The real-life couple – who had an unusual sleeping arrangement on “I Love Lucy” – endured wacky onscreen antics, but sadly their off-screen relationship didn’t last.
Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly
The “normal” couple on “The Office” had one of the more memorable TV weddings of the past few years. What did they name their fictional daughter?
Homer and Marge Simpson
Sure, “The Simpsons” is animated and Homer can be a doofus, but the cartoon couple’s long-running marriage is one of the most romantic on television.
Dan and Roseanne Conner
The blue-collar “Roseanne” couple – along with their three kids – joked their way into our hearts.
Howard and Marion Cunningham
Mr. and Mrs. C were the levelheaded center of the 1950s-set “Happy Days.” Listen to the show’s catchy theme song.
Julius and Rochelle Rock
The hard-working parents of “Everybody Hates Chris” seem to really love each other despite their penchant for yelling.
Buffy and Angel
A death by sword couldn’t keep the star-crossed lovers of the cult hit “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” apart, but sadly, a move to Los Angeles could.
Mike and Carol Brady
The lovely lady and her “man named Brady” were the glue that held “The Brady Bunch” together.
Eric and Tami Taylor
The photogenic football coach and his wife are the heart and soul of the critically acclaimed small-town drama “Friday Night Lights.” When does the final season begin?
Carrie and Big
The show was called “Sex and the City,” but fans were happiest when the fashionable writer was a one-man lady. Viewers finally learned his real name in the finale.
Mulder and Scully
After nine seasons – and a first movie – diehard “X-Files” fans finally got to see the FBI agents become an actual couple in the 2008 sequel.