Best TV Couples That We Love And Adore

We can't get enough of these classic and current TV couples

We can't get enough of these classic and current TV couples

Edith and Archie Bunker of All In The Family may have not been the most romantic couple, but they were definitely made for each other.

Scroll through to see some of our favorite CBS lovebirds, past and present, and here's to hoping your Valentine's Day is heartfelt and happy... even if your loved one is a bit of a Meathead. 

Photo Credit: CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images. (Pictured above, Jean Stapleton as Edith Bunker and Carroll O'Connor as Archie Bunker.)
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Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz

At first, CBS did not think that viewers would accept Lucille Ball’s real-life husband, Desi Arnaz, as her Cuban-American bandleader hubby. The year was 1951, after all. Of course, I Love Lucy rose to the top of the charts, and Arnaz was the perfect straight man to Lucy's constant comical hijinks.

All together now... "Lucy, you got some 'splaining to do!"

Photo Credit: CBS Entertainment.

Stream I Love Lucy on CBS All Access.
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Jamie Reagan and Eddie Janko

Jamie Reagan and Eddie Janko

Initially patrol partners and then lovers on Blue Bloods, Jamie Reagan (Will Estes) and Eddie Janko (Vanessa Ray) took their relationship to the next step, engagement, after Jamie averted a dangerous situation. No longer partners professionally, the pair nonetheless are preparing for their future as husband and wife.

Photo Credit: Richard Boeth/CBS.

Watch Blue Bloods on Fridays 10/9c on CBS and stream on CBS All Access.
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George and Louise Jefferson

George and Louise Jefferson

We first met George (Sherman Hemsley) and Louise, aka "Weezie" (Isabel Sanford) as the Bunkers' neighbors on All In The Family. "Weezie," like Edith, was unusually understanding, and what might have been an odd match (Hemsley was 37 years old in real life when The Jeffersons began versus 57 years of age for Sanford) resulted in another match made in TV heaven.

Photo Credit: CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images.
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Ralph and Alice Kramden

Ralph and Alice Kramden

Gruff but lovable, Jackie Gleason as bus driver Ralph Kramden on The Honeymooners was never short of get-rich schemes. And then there was Audrey Meadows as Ralph's wife Alice, the sharp-tongued voice of reason. Together, in that humble adobe at 328 Chauncey Street in Brooklyn, they remain one of television's most beloved couples. Baby... you're the greatest!

Photo Credit: CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images.
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Marty Deeks and Kensi Blye

Marty Deeks and Kensi Blye

"I want to marry you, and if you marry me, I swear to God, I will give you everything I have in this life," said Eric Christian Olsen as Marty Deeks upon his proposal to Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) from his hospital bed in this fall's season-opener on NCIS: Los Angeles.

The beloved pair had been engaged before but called it off after disagreeing about their future. But, when tragedy almost struck they realized how much they needed each other.

Photo Credit: Erik Voake/CBS.

Watch NCIS: Los Angeles on Sundays at 9/8c on CBS and stream on CBS All Access.
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James and Florida Evans

James and Florida Evans

Debuting in 1975, James (John Amos) and Florida Evans (Esther Rolle) of Good Times were one of television's great married role models. With three children living in a housing project in inner-city Chicago, it was not easy "keepin' your head above water." But there was lots of love in the home and good times too. As that classic catchphrase goes... Dy-No-Mite!

Photo Credit: CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images.
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George and Mary Cooper

George and Mary Cooper

The early days of Young Sheldon, played by Iain Armitage, dealt with much guidance and support from his often bewildered (and awfully patient) parents George (Lance Barber) and Mary (Zoe Perry).

Photo Credit: Richard Foreman, Jr./CBS.

Watch Young Sheldon on Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS and stream on CBS All Access.
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Marshall Eriksen and Lily Aldrin

Marshall Eriksen and Lily Aldrin

It was love at first sight when How I Met Your Mother couple Marshall (Jason Segel) and Lily (Alyson Hannigan) met in college. They dated, got engaged, and then broke up. And, upon Lily's return to New York, got back together and eventually married. Despite Marshall's initial doubts and insecurities about meeting the right person so soon, it was a TV marriage meant to be.

Photo Credit: CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images.
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