Who doesn't want to be with a person who can make them laugh?
There are characters who are funny on their own, but when matched with their significant other they somehow manage to become even more hilarious.
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And who doesn't love the bland characters that somehow become a hoot when they're around the right person? Or the couple who can always make us LOL without even trying?
We created a slideshow below of 31 couples who inspire each other's inner comedian!
Lucifer and Chloe - Lucifer
Lucifer and Chloe are complete opposites. Lucifer is the life of the party, while Chloe always tries to remain diligent and focused on the task at hand. Somehow, Lucifer manages to bring out a sillier side of her.
Simon and Isabelle - Shadowhunters
Who makes pinky promises not to fall in love ever again, and then end up falling in love with each other? Simon and Isabelle had a handful of funny scenes, but the irony makes us laugh more than anything else.
Jackson and Rocki - Fuller House
Jackson is a ball of sunshine, while Rocki is the complete opposite. Their differing personalities make their interactions fun for both them and fans of the show.
Stiles and Lydia - Teen Wolf
These two got on each other's nerves more than anyone else in the pack. It was hilarious to watch their endless banter, and even funnier how obvious their love for each other was.
Michael and Holly - The Office
Holly Flax was Michael's soulmate in every sense of the word. It seemed impossible that any character could resemble a sense of humor as weird as his, but their relationship proved that there's someone out there for everyone.
Blair and Dan - Gossip Girl
Blair and Dan are straight out of a rom-com. Privileged girl from the Upper East Side who has a feud with a "lonely" boy from Brooklyn? Are we sure that no ones made a movie about this yet?
Finn and Rachel - Glee
Finn and Rachel were funny characters in general. Glee was always a comedy, but Finn's goofiness matched with Rachel's over the top personality made them one of the best duos on the series.
Fitz and Simmons - Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
If Fitz is smiling, it's probably because he's around Jemma. From best friends to husband and wife, this relationship provided an opportunity for the audience to smile, even if it did come with its fair share of angst.
Chuck and Sarah - Chuck
There's something extraordinarily goofy about Chuck that always gets goofier when he's around Sarah. While it would seem that she would tone down his personality, she does the complete opposite.
Josh and Liza - Younger
Josh brought out a whole different side to Liza that she didn't even know still existed. Whether they were doing secret handshakes or skateboarding on the streets of New York City, they spent almost all their time together laughing.
Oliver and Felicity - Arrow
Felicity's quirkiness mixed with Oliver's mysterious persona changed the entire tone of Arrow. Instead of being another action-packed DC series, Olicity's interactions made it into something more.
Jonah and Amy - Superstore
Jonah and Amy are funny on their own, but put them together and they'll have you literally rolling on the floor laughing. They both have outgoing personalities that can't be contained.
Bell and Voss - The Resident
Bell was just an angry stick in the mud until he and Voss started forming a real connection. Now, we actually catch him smiling for reasons other than peoples' misery.
Jake and Amy - Brooklyn Nine-Nine
There are very few married couples who are as funny as Jake and Amy. Jake's lack of maturity goes surprisingly perfect with Amy's Type A personality, and they're both extra competitive, so their home life is never dull.
Elena and Syd - One Day at a Time
It's impossible not to smile when Elena and Syd are on the screen. Their both bubbly, intelligent, and are always happy when they're in each other's presence.
Ben and Leslie - Parks and Recreation
Ben and Leslie didn't just crack each other up, but they made viewers lose it as well. They both had the same sense of humor, and their personalities mixed together perfectly.
Seth and Summer - The OC
Seth and Summer's relationship was the best thing about The OC and most fans will collectively agree. You can try to watch their scenes without a smile on your face, but trust me, you'll fail.
Michael and Maria - Roswell, New Mexico
Michael and Maria always find themselves bickering as a way to deflect how they feel about each other. Watching them roam around the desert making funny quips gave us reason enough to ship them.
Magnus and Alec - Shadowhunters
Throw a warlock and a Shadowhunter together and you get comedy gold. We're still lol'ing over the time Magnus and Alec acted like they were on an episode of CSI.
Jane and Michael - Jane the Virgin
Jane and Michael win the award for dorkiest couple in the universe. They were the definition of couple goals and they always had fun when they were around each other.
Jason and Janet - The Good Place
Putting Jason and Janet together seemed like an insane idea at first. But since Jason and Janet are the two most ridiculous characters on the show it made sense in a weird sort of way.
David and Patrick - Schitt's Creek
The real reason David and Patrick are on here is that they always manage to put a smile on our faces. They're too precious for the world and we hope that Schitt's Creek's final season will deliver their happy ending.
Lucas and Maya - Girl Meets World
Maya's jokes at Lucas's expense weren't just amusing to the audience, but to him as well. No one else could ever make Lucas smile like Maya could, and we still can't believe they didn't end up together.
Hannah and Clay - 13 Reasons Why
In a rather dark show, Hannah and Clay were a ray of light. 13 Reasons Why deault with a multitude of heavy topics, and despite Hannah's tragic end, her relationship with Clay was always full of cute and funny moments.
Phoebe and Mike - Friends
All of the pairings on Friends had funny moments, but there was something about Mike and Phoebe's relationship that made them more unique. Maybe it's because Mike was so different from the rest of the characters. Why did Friends wait so long to introduce him, again?
Barney and Robin - How I Met Your Mother
Evil attracts evil and Barney and Robin are the proof. They both have relatively dark senses of humor and their knack for troublemaking seemed to intensify when they were around each other.
Murphy and Emori - The 100
It's hard to find someone to laugh with when you're fighting for your life in a post-apocalyptic world. But, somehow, Murphy and Emori always manage to make each other laugh. The 100 is a rather serious show, to begin with, and the two characters help to lighten the mood.
Nick and Jess - New Girl
It's very possible that Nick and Jess are the funniest couple on this list. No one gets on each other's nerves like they do, and no one loves each other like they do. Both Nick's proposal and their wedding turned into a giant joke, but as always it still remained romantic.
Jane and Ryan - The Bold Type
Ryan has a bit of an obnoxious personality, but when he's around Jane we get to experience a more genuine and heartfelt side of him. His arrogance goes away and he becomes a happier and more fun person.
April and Andy - Parks and Recreation
The funniest thing about April and Andy's relationship is that they shouldn't work, and yet they do. April loves the darkness, and Andy is a huge ball of sunshine. It doesn't make sense, but we can't think of anyone better suited for each other.
Kara and Mon-El - Supergirl
Kara and Mon-El were always up to some sort of shenanigans. It was comedic to see two incredibly unsubtle characters try to pull off elaborate schemes.