These two fall passionately in love and it’s adorable. It’s also hilarious as they try to hide it from all of their friends. They had to go through different proposals to make things official, though. First, there was the much less conventional bet at shooting dice in a Vegas casino, saying they would get married if they win. And then, as traditional as Chandler could get, down on one knee, “Monica, will you marry me?”. Of course, there were the obligatory mutual cold feet to handle too.
The relationship tension seesaws back and forth like this until the official, traditional romantic proposal. It’s hard not to love these two.
Jon & Ygritte – Game of Thrones
Jon Snow and Ygritte have one of the more unusual meetup stories. It happens in the midst of a bloody battle. Ygritte nearly confronted Jon in an ax fight. In time, they turn into one of the most passionate TV couples ever.
When they fight, Jon may end up with an arrow in his back, but when they love, it’s equally fierce. Forbidden and fateful, the love of Game of Thrones characters Jon Snow and wildling Ygritte captured audiences worldwide.
Doug & Carrie – King of Queens
Carrie and Doug are a cute married couple. No drama, no romantic tension, the Heffernans are just a working-class couple chilling at home in their Queens, New York apartment. Their banter is clever and entertaining as the two make their way around married life.
Carrie’s always looking for ways to improve their relationship while Doug’s set on ways to maintain the status quo.
Doug & Carol – ER
There’s probably only one word to describe this pair: Soulmates. ER was an astounding ’90s show and this couple was a memorable audience favorite. The nurse and doctor duo are adorable, funny, and perfect together.
Their dialog spars sweetly with quick-witted quips. They get together, have twins, break up and get back together again. Exactly as fans would have it.
Mitchell & Cameron – Modern Family
This hilarious sitcom would not be the same without Mitch and Cam. Their nontraditional matchup is just adorable. Mitch and Cam’s mutual love is uber-apparent, however, criticism from the LGBT community complained the two weren’t affectionate enough.
The writers of the show eventually responded, and the episode, “The Kiss,” appeased the critics. All good things must end. Modern Family ended after its eleventh season.