TV Pairs Who Should’ve Gotten Together

February 25, 2013 ‐ By Iva Anthony

What’s better than watching a long, drawn out courtship and budding romance between two characters? Whether they’ve flirted with each other but never gave in to temptation, or briefly hooked up for a moment, here are 15 television pairs we wished would make it last.

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Who wouldn’t root for childhood sweethearts finding true love with each other as adults? After almost 20 years apart, “Revenge’s”Amanda/Emily VanCamp and Jack Porter still harbor feelings for each other. Unfortunately, Amanda/Emily is on a quest for revenge and not love. We secretly hope she’ll forget the whole “My Dad is dead thing” and ride off into the sunset towards a happy and violent-free life with Jack.

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  • Ms_Mara

    Of all the shows listed, I only watch 3. I agree completely about Benson and Stabler on L&O:SVU. They had a great chemistry and it would have been interesting to see them take that next step.

    I like the (mostly one-sided) flirting between Garcia and Morgan on Criminal Minds. I don’t want to see it go further than that. Same for Sookie and Sam on True Blood. Those friendships would probably be ruined by attempts at romance.

  • Me

    WTH? How old is this? Castle and Beckett are together. Kinda gross if you ask me. Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley have gotten married, had a kid, and I won’t tell you the rest. I liked the relationship between Benson and Stabler because it showed that men can be faithful to their wives, and that men and women can be friends without sleeping with each other.

  • Gigi

    I was really looking forward to the analysis of this particular slide how, but after the author, on the second slide, missed the fact that Castle and Beckett have indeed gotten together and are actively dating, I could not trust the validity of the rest.