10. Corey Matthews on Topanga Lawrence
It would be impossible to begin talking about these two without first acknowledging the current plans to release a Boy Meets World sequel series about Cory and Topanga's daughter. As unbearably exciting as this is for all of us, we mustn't lose sight of this union's origins as an on-again-off-again love-hate teen couple. Here's to Cory and Topanga, the only people to ever be happy after marrying straight out of high school.
9. Ross Gellar on Rachel Green
Ross and Rachel will perhaps forever be the benchmark for any successful TV relationship, but that doesn't mean it came easy for them. Save for the occasional storyline, Ross spent pretty much the entire series pining over Rachel no matter who he was getting married to that year. And that's true commitment.
8. Scott Pilgrim on Ramona Flowers
Few crushes are as quantifiable as Scott's over Ramona Flowers, who watched her beau fight off 7 villains to finally be with her. That's not only a super romantic story, but also one that'll be really easy to hold over her head for the rest of their lives. "Oh, you want to rent 'I Don't Know How She Does It?' well, I guess one of us doesn't remember that time I was stabbed to death just to get you to date me. That's what I thought. 'Zookeper' it is."
7. WALL-E and EVE
WALL-E's wooing of EVE plays out entirely silently. We rely only on movement and expression to believe in the love the two of them share. It's a testament to both the writing of these moments and of the characters themselves that a love story between two robots and not a word of dialogue can be so viscerally moving, as well as an opportunity for a timely parody: "You had me at BEEP BEEP BEEP."
6. Ted Mosby on Robin Scherbatsky
By now we're pretty sure that Robin isn't the mother we've been hearing so much about. Considering it'd be absolutely impossible that, accounting for the information we've been given about her by now, and they fact Robin looks set to be marrying another man, there's just no way the two are one and the same. Still, there's that tiny part of you that just knows it's going to be her. Either way, Ted's hopeless longing for Robin throughout the series has been a highlight, and that's saying something in a show that frequently involves Jason Segel slapping people.