Valentine’s Day Bracket: Who is the Most Romantic TV Couple of All-Time? — DISCUSS

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We choo-choo-choose you to help us determine the most romantic television couple of all-time! As we saunter ever closer to Valentine’s Day, we’re looking to celebrate the very best in television romance. Which couple made you swoon? Whose first kiss led to an audible gasp of delight? Which OTP made you exclaim, “I don’t care! I ship it”? Romance is the name and love is our game!

We listed a few of our favorite television couples from over the past thirty years to help jog your TV viewing memory. These examples are mere suggestions. We encourage you to let your imaginations run free over the buoyant, canned laughter landscape of television romanticism past and present.

1980s: David and Maddie (Moonlighting), Cliff and Clair (The Cosby Show) Sam and Diane (Cheers), Kevin and Winnie (The Wonder Years)

1990s: Ross and Rachel (Friends), Pacey and Joey (Dawson’s Creek), Buffy and Angel (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Chandler and Monica (Friends), Homer and Marge (The Simpsons)

2000s: Seth and Summer (The O.C.), Veronica and Logan (Veronica Mars), Chuck and Blair (Gossip Girl), Jim and Pam (The Office), Eric and Tami (Friday Night Lights)

2010 and beyond: Kurt and Blaine (Glee), Damon and Elena (The Vampire Diaries) or Stefan and Elena (The Vampire Diaries), Maggie and Glenn (The Walking Dead) Nick and Jessica (New Girl), Fitz and Olivia (Scandal)

We want to hear from you! Which TV couple do you find to be the most romantic? What coupling left you with a case of the butterflies?  Nominate your favorite couple from each decade (’80s, ’90s, ’00s and 2010s) in the comments section and we’ll create a poll so we can finally discover who is, far and away, the most romantic television couple of all-time!

Ready, set, COMMENT!

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