Fall is a time for us to remember what we’re thankful for. In addition to the return of sweater weather, you can also give thanks to television writers for creating couples we’d love to watch while snuggled up with a blanket and a cup of hot chocolate.
So, get the coffee pot going and enjoy some of our favorite TV lovebirds.
Rainbow and Andre from Blackish
We hope to have a long as strong (and as silly) as these two. Sure, humor is a huge part of their marriage, but the love keeps them together. Wrestling with parenting hurdles and cultural divides, Rainbow and Andre take on all the hurdles with a chuckle.
Ross and Rachel from Friends
This yin and yang couple makes us thankful that we can be goofy, and still find someone who laughs at our jokes or feel like we’re completing failing at life, but still find someone successful who can love us anyway. Ross and Rachel are TV royalty, and we give thanks that we had them around for 10 years…and then 10 years after that via reruns.
Buffy and Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Talk about TV royalty–Spike and Buffy from BTVS are two of TV’s most passionate and crazy couples ever. From their house-shaking nights to the glorious end, we are thankful Joss Whedon gave us Spike and Buffy to fawn over for decades to come.
Buffy and Angel from Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Where there’s Spike and Buffy, there’s Angel and Buffy. The OG romance of the series still gives us major romantic feels. If you ship this couple, then you’re still waiting to find each other in their warped afterlife.
Masters and Johnson from Masters of Sex
We’re thankful for Masters and Johnson for a couple of reasons, one being that these two waltz around each other and their love (and possible disdain) for each other. This makes us believe that if these two can end up together, we can end up with our SO who can’t make up their damn mind.
April and Andy from Parks and Recreation
Finally, we are thankful for April and Andy this Thanksgiving because they are the beacon of light that makes us believe that we can be a little dark and still find a goofy soulmate who can love us no matter what–even if we ramble on about the end of the world at bedtime.
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