5. Eric Foreman and Donna Pinciotti "That 70's Show"
The 70s were a time of bright colors, abstract music, and, probably more importantly, sexual freedom. Why did these two young, attractive 70s teens get together? It is a mystery that will plague us until the end of time.
When you put smart, sexy, stressed people in a room together, you know they're going to do it. It was inevitable that J.D. and Elliot were going to fall for each other, because nothing spells inevitable love like sharing the threat of seeing death every day and a workplace seemingly comprised 100% of psychotic colleagues.
3. Homer and Marge Simpson "The Simpsons"
It's getting harder to accept that Homer and Marge aren't in a real, loving marriage. Perhaps some of the success of their marriage can be put down to physical attraction: 25 years later and neither looks to have aged a day. You can try your best to have a marriage as good as these two, but you'll fail miserably. The lesson is, never try.
2. Jim and Pam Halpert "The Office"
The ultimate "will they/won't they?" story of the 21st century was so good it's now been done in 8 different versions of the same show. Jim and Pam danced around each other for three years before realizing, duh, they were meant to be from the get-go.
1. Marshall and Lily Eriksen "How I Met Your Mother"
It's impossible to imagine that, without the consistently happy and adorable Eriksens, How I Met Your Mother would be anywhere near as enjoyable as it is now. Since season 2's tiny fight, the pair have remained steadfast, their love for each other match only by their mutual love for the film Tommy Boy. While Ted, Robin, and Barney cycle endlessly through disastrously mismatched partners, it's wonderful to have these two characters always reminding us that love is out there in a world where a grown man can hold his children hostage in a room for SEVEN YEARS and tell them a story which still doesn't look like ending any time soon.