Yes, yes, aliens and whatnot. But how hot were Mulder and Scully on X Files right?!
Big put Carrie's heart through the wringer on Sex and the City, but those two crazy kids still wound up together.
There are some complex factors keeping Richard and Kate apart on Castle, but their mutual prettiness drives them right back together.
They've made a baby together, but Brennan and Booth are still doing the will they, won't they dance on Bones.
Settle your rage: Ted and Robyn did wind up together on How I Met Your Mother, after about a trillion break-ups.
The fiery intensity between Elena and Damon on Vampire Diaries wasn't just for the screen, of course. Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder dated in real life as well.
The Office was a whipsmart, hilarious comedy, but the relationship between Pam and Jim was the giant, beating heart of the show.
Seth's crush on Summer is apparent right away on The OC, and they got married in the series finale. Awww.
Their sexual tension is palpable, but Benson and Stabler stayed friends throughout their time together on Law and Order: SVU.
New Girl got their central couple of Nick and Jess together right in the second season, rejecting fan expectations that it would be drawn out forever.
Joan and Roger have a baby's paternity to hide, which will keep them locked together forever on Mad Men.
They were very pretty together on Lost, but other problems (and people) kept getting in the way of Kate and Jack.
The love song of Meredith and Derek continues to drive the Grey's Anatomy engine.
It took a long time for Luke and Lorelai to get together on Gilmore Girls, but it was totally worth it—and worth it again, when they reunited in the series finale.
She impulsively moved to New York City to follow him, but Felicity and Ben mysteriously worked despite the creep factor on Felicity!
On-screen chemistry doesn't get much better than that between Blair and Chuck on Gossip Girl. Damn that mother chucker.
From crushing to courtship to a wedding to a memory problem, Chuck and Sarah kept fans swooning on Chuck.
There was plenty of coupling on Friends over the years, but it was Ross and Rachel that kept fans guessing from the pilot to the finale.