We all have those TV couples that make our hearts happy whenever they are on screen together.
Their love makes the show that they are on that much better.
But it is their love confessions that stay with the audience, because those admissions can make or break the way a couple is recieved. Some of our favorite ships have shared some of the most amazing confessions.
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A really good love confession though is the kind that makes you jealous, it will make a fan want to have a similiar journey themselves and there are quite a few of those.
Here is a slideshow that highlights some emotional and iconic love confessions, all of which are meant to make you just a tiny bit jealous at the same time.
Rebecca and Greg (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend)
Rebecca spent a whole episode going on different dates, with Josh and Nathaniel trying to create the best idea for her. But there was something about Greg and Rebecca being on the same page, choosing not to go on an extravagant date and then still ending up spending time together. Then the way Greg just slipped into a conversation about how much Rebecca means to him, it is simple and yet meaningful in all the best ways.
Clarke and Bellamy (The 100)
Clarke being told that love is a weakness, and then immediately sending Bellamy away even though she didn't want to before because she was weak was a lot to handle. Bellamy might not have known what was going on, but it was the fans that got the message. Clarke loved Bellamy, even if she revealed it in the most unconventional way.
Liz and Max (Roswell, New Mexico)
Liz might not have been ready to say it back, but Max exposing his whole heart, again and again, is iconic at this point. Getting to see a male lead talk so openly about his feelings isn't always the default, so the more Max did that, the more his confessions won everyone over. Including Liz.
Barry and Iris (The Flash)
These two have enough confessions that it is hard to choose from. The jealousy here comes from how open Barry and Iris are about their love for one another.
Chidi and Eleanor (The Good Place)
This was a glimpse into the life Chidi and Eleanor got to live, and the domestic and soft tone of it all is just too much. It is angsty for them at the moment, but who doesn't want an adorable love confession like this from their significant other?
Wyatt and Lucy (Timeless)
It can be a bit distracting to pick up on any love confessions with Wyatt and Lucy's epic kiss sequences, but somehow it all works out. These two have been through a lot, and so have their fans, so it is only fair to have some exceptional love confessions to end the show with.
Alec and Magnus (Shadowhunters)
We are going to pretend that the recent episodes of Shadowhunter haven't aired yet, and instead, everyone should look back at how meaningful the love that Alec and Magnus share is.
Jonah and Amy (Superstore)
This love confession was in character for Jonah and Amy, it might not be the sweetest but it is the funniest. Sometimes love confessions aren't about the romance, and that can add to the relationship instead of taking away from it.
Fallon and Liam (Dynasty)
Fallon and Liam are always looking to mess with our hearts, so obviously, any love confessions between them aren't any different.
Stiles and Lydia (Teen Wolf)
It took way too long, maybe that is why fans treasured that confession even more. When you don't expect to get what you've been waiting for all this time, it means much more and you're jealous that you only get to watch it and not live it.
Wade and Zoe (Hart of Dixie)
Hart of Dixie was always going to bring Wade and Zoe together, but it was still a heavy-handed journey for them. Having Wade finally admit how he felt, and would always feel, about Zoe was a resounding scene that still screams iconic to this day.
Jeff and Annie (Community)
Community took its sweet time giving Jeff and Annie their love confession, but they got it and so did we.
Kate and Seth (From Dusk Till Dawn)
Kate was telling Seth that she loved him, no one can take that away from us. It was a crumb compared to what fans should have gotten, but it was a very dramatic crumb that we appreciate regardless.
David and Patrick (Schitt's Creek)
Patrick singing Simply The Best was simply ... the ... best. But when you have a character like David, getting to see him talk about his feelings is the real treat. David is relatable in many ways, one of which is him choosing to keep most emotions away from public consumption. So when he was this happy that he couldn't even contain it, isn't this what everyone wants in their love lives?
Logan and Veronica (Veronica Mars)
Logan and Veronica went through quite a history, but it is scenes like this that don't hesitate to take our breath away. Their love was epic, and it will only continue to be.
Klaus and Caroline (The Vampire Diaries)
It's a bold move to announce to your crush that you plan to be her last love, right after her graduation when you allow her boyfriend to come back to town. But Klaus was a bold guy and it made so many people jealous to find someone that was so certain about their future together too.
Ted and Tracy (How I Met Your Mother)
To this day this scene will make anyone who watches it cry. Despite its final missteps, How I Met Your Mother won when it had Ted run to Tracy as a montage. The audience didn't meet her yet, and they didn't need to. The love and adoration that Ted had for her was breathtaking, it built up what having someone love you looked like.
Beth and Randall (This Is Us)
This Is Us stands out for a multitude of reasons, most of which though come back to Beth and Randall. These two characters are in a healthy and loving relationship, many fans wish for exactly that and a love confession only rounds that our perfectly.
Meredith and Derek (Grey's Anatomy)
You know a confession of love is epic when there is actual merchandise out there with those words. This hurts way more than it should, but back then Meredith displayed such courage that it made us jealous that we didn't have the same.
Jake and Amy (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)
Jake and Amy (and Charles) just know how to bask everyone in their happiness. Getting to see these two say I love you to each other is an example of a healthy relationship that everyone should be striving for.
Sutton and Richard (The Bold Type)
Sutton proved to us that you really can have it all, a successful career and a person who you love. Her romance with Richard is finally working out, and getting to see how much love they have for each other is the cherry on top of this dessert.
Sabrina and Nick (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina)
There's nothing quite as epic as having your boyfriend working for you (evil) father, only for him to then sacrifice his own life to make sure yours doesn't crumble. There's a reason Sabrina is willing to go into the Gates of Hell for Nick, a confession like this has that influence on all of us.
Cheryl and Toni (Riverdale)
These two are so precious, so getting to see them talk about their feelings is the real gift. Even if you don't watch Riverdale, at least look at the Cheryl and Toni scenes because they scream true love.