13 TV Crime-Solving Duos We'd Want to Solve a Relative's Murder

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Which of these duos would you most want to solve an important crime?

Click through and decide now!

1. Rust and Marty (True Detective)

Rust and Marty (True Detective)
Rust and Marty don't always get along. But they stave off their personal demons by focusing on the professional ones at work.

2. Gus and Shawn (Psych)

Gus and Shawn (Psych)
One is sort of a psychic. The other totally cracks us up. We'd trust Shawn and Gus on any case that mean a lot to us.

3. Tony and Ziva (NCIS)

Tony and Ziva (NCIS)
They didn't always work together... but the screen sizzled every time they did! We miss Ziva more and more every week.

4. Callen and Hanna (NCIS: Los Angeles)

Callen and Hanna (NCIS: Los Angeles)
It's safe to say it doesn't get any cooler than Callen and Hanna from NCIS: Los Angeles.

5. Castle and Beckett (Castle)

Castle and Beckett (Castle)
Castle and Beckett stand out for a reason: they click in the bedroom and at the crime scene.

6. Peralta and Boyle (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)

Peralta and Boyle (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)
Like some kind of food duo Boyle would know better than we do, these two complement each other perfectly.

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