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10 Romantic TV Couples That Will Warm Your Heart This Valentine's Day

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The time of love is in the air, and it's times like these that we like to look back on some of our favorite couples from things we grew up watching. We're not talking about the ones that came and went; these are the ones that were either going to last forever, or if they did end, we openly wept and wondered how it could all go so wrong. Without further ado, here are the 10 best!

Cory and Topanga


If there was ever a greater example of a guy winning over a girl who was way, WAAAYYYYYY out of his league, I haven't found it yet. Cory and Topanga were somehow perfect for each other, even though we were never quite sure how they made it happen in the first place.

Al and Peg Bundy


Sure, they spent most of their time complaining about each other, and Al really did seem like he wanted an excuse to bitch about anything (no matter how good he had it), but at the end of the day, you could tell they really genuinely cared about each other. Not to mention they were one of the few TV couples that actually seemed to have a pretty active sex life.

Zack and Kelly


They were the IT couple for the entire series and we all knew it. Sure, Zack ended up dating practically everyone in the school at first, but in the end they became the envy of high school sweethearts everywhere when they got married. We wouldn't have had it any other way.

Uncle Jesse and Rebecca


These two make the list for basically being the ideal married couple. They weren't just cool and fun, but also full of romance and, most of all, supportive of each other's life and dreams. It doesn't get much more romantic than that.

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