The TV Fanatic staff is back with another year-end Round Table.
What was the Best Couple of 2012?
Kate Brooks: Aiden and Emily!!! Even if they pushed Nolan and Emily to the side to keep these two together on Revenge, I love it and I love them.
Miranda Wicker: Damon and Elena!! Even if I have to endure this stupid sire bond nonsense
Leigh Raines: Olivia and Fitz from Scandal. Even though they technically aren't together and it's cheating, you can't help but love them together. Especially after that gut wrenching scene in the rose garden from "Happy Birthday Mr. President."
Dan Forcella: I typically don't like to repeat someone's answer, but there is no better response to this than Damon and Elena. Is there better chemistry on television? Or anywhere?!?!
Carla Day: Zoe and Wade on Hart of Dixie are steamy hot down there in Alabama. Despite a small detour, they are on track to be a the power couple of Bluebell.
Steve Marsi: Booth. Brennan. Emily Deschanel's deadpan quirkiness and David Boreanaz's panache make these two a perennial treat to watch, no matter how determined Fox is to ruin Bones' scheduling.
Matt Richenthal: How has no one mentioned Charming and Snow on Once Upon a Time yet?!? Their romance has driven a season-plus of one of 2012's most popular shows.
Gabrielle Moss: Ben and Leslie on Parks and Recreation! Though the show has been wildly uneven this season, watching their romance finally work out has been one of 2012's greatest televisual pleasures for me.
Christine Orlando: Rick Castle and Kate Beckett on Castle. FINALLY, fans get all of the sweet, fun, sexy, romantic moments we've longed to see for over four seasons. It was definitely worth the wait.
Christina Tran: Jake and Addison from Private Practice! Addie finally gets her happily ever after. They're just so right for each other.
Jim Garner: Amy and Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory. Look no further than last week's episode where Amy got "disciplined" for proof.
Carissa Pavlica: Cat and Vincent on Beauty and the Beast. I know, I wouldn't have believed it either, but their chemistry is fantastic. Being forced apart by circumstance makes their moments together even more bittersweet and beautiful. They could be perfect, if only...
Nick McHatton: The Bromance of Arrow's Colin Donnell and Stephen Amell on Twitter is rather adorable, but best couple of 2012 goes to Parenthood's Adam and Kristina. They have been absolutely amazing this season, as the two people who provide the most support and stability to the family are rocked with the emotional hurricane of cancer. This could be the year of the Emmy for Parenthood thanks to their amazing performances.
YOUR turn, TV Fanatics: Who do you think was the best on-screen couple of 2012?