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5 Iconic TV Couples We’re Still Jealous About

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Television couples define relationship goals. Some are childhood sweethearts while others begin as enemies. We watch their romance blossom and they keep us on the edge of our seats through breakups and makeups. We envy their relationships, especially these five television sweethearts. These iconic couples make us believe love is real.

Monica Geller And Chandler Bing, “Friends”

Ross and Rachel might be the most iconic couple from Friends, but many fans agree Monica Geller and Chandler Bing have a better relationship. The wisecracking Chandler and type-A Monica are friends for four seasons until they unexpectedly sleep together in London at Ross’s wedding. The rest was history, and their relationship is sweet and has us believe you can fall in love with your best friend.

Cory Matthews And Topanga Lawrence, “Boy Meets World”

Everyone wanted to have a childhood sweetheart relationship like Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence from Boy Meets World. From the very beginning, they’re destined to end up together. While they have their struggles, everyone agrees they were better together than apart. They have one of the sweetest relationships on television, making all of us jealous.

Jim Halpert And Pam Beesly, “The Office”

Jim Halpert loved Pam Beesly from day one on The Office. They have a playful friendship at the Dunder Mifflin office, and they eventually start a memorable relationship. They get married, have children, and live happily ever after. Their relationship is the type of office romance we all dream about.

Zack Morris And Kelly Kapowski, “Saved By The Bell”

Similar to Jim Halpert, Zack Morris loved Kelly Kapowski from day one on Saved by the Bell. He even has a full-size poster of her in his bedroom, which isn’t as creepy as it sounds. He pined for her until she finally realizes he’s “the one” for her. They’re high school sweethearts and eventually get married in a special episode, Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas.

Joanie Cunningham And Chachi Arcola, “Happy Days”

Chachi Arcola loves his “blue eyes” girl Joanie Cunningham in Happy Days. At first, she ignores his advances, but he doesn’t give up on her. She eventually realizes Chachi is the best person for her. They got married during the show’s finale in one of the best television weddings of all time. Joanie loves Chachi and we don’t blame her. We all love Chachi.

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Lucille Ball Deserves More Credit When You Realize This

If you’re anything like us, the name Lucille Ball makes you think of a kooky, clumsy redhead that took Hollywood by storm thanks to her comedic genius on I Love Lucy. But behind all the cue cards and laugh tracks lies the harsh reality of the actress’ real, unscripted life. Read on to find out more.

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The Last Living Stars From Hollywood’s Golden Age Aren’t Done Yet

Some stars seem as though they’d live forever. These screen icons got their starts during the Golden Age (and silent film era) of Hollywood, and now, as some of these living legends celebrate their 100th birthday, they aren’t showing any signs of slowing down. What’s the secret to their success? And how did they maintain their careers in Hollywood for decades? Read on to find out!

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Blast From The Past: Celebrities With Famous Historical Ancestors

As the old saying goes, maybe the apple really doesn’t fall that far from the tree. Though we’re used to seeing celebs on screen and in the news, what most of us never realize is that a lot of them descend from even more famous historical ancestors. Read on for a surprising list of current-day celebrities with awe-inspiring family trees – How many of them did you already know trace back to some of history’s most influential figures?

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