9 Relationships We Totally Wish We Could Be In

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Dysfunction runs rampant on television. After all, turmoil makes things interesting.

That makes the few nuggets of happy and strong relationships something to be admired.

Check out 9 relationship that we'd be lucky enough to be emulate.

1. Hodgins and Angela (Bones)

Hodgins and Angela (Bones)
Angela and Hodgins are a case of opposites attract. They met while working together at the Jeffersonian. She's a free-spirit artist, while he loves bugs, plants and rocks. Their differences only make their relationship stronger.

2. Lena and Stef (The Fosters)

Lena and Stef (The Fosters)
Lena and Stef's love for each is as pure as it gets. They have the biggest hearts on television. They love each other and their children. They've created a beautiful life together.

3. Peter and Elizabeth (White Collar)

Peter and Elizabeth (White Collar)
Mr. and Mrs. Suit have an unbreakable bond. Through danger and kidnappings, their love only gets stronger. They have a near perfect marriage.

4. Nora and Josh (Being Human)

Nora and Josh (Being Human)
Nora and Josh fell in love when she was human and he was a werewolf. When he accidentally scratched her, her new werewolf status only brought them closer together. Through Full Moons and every day life, they make it work.

5. Elizabeth and Phillip (The Americans)

Elizabeth and Phillip (The Americans)
Elizabeth and Phillip have an arranged marriage, but after all their years together they found love. A short separation made their devotion indestructible.

6. Glenn and Maggie (The Walking Dead)

Glenn and Maggie (The Walking Dead)
Glenn and Maggie's romance has been a respite from the dangerous world. She risked her life to be by his side when he was near death. Their love is powerful.

7. Castle and Beckett (Castle)

Castle and Beckett (Castle)
Castle and Beckett took their time getting together, but it's been fireworks ever since. They're fun, passionate, and inseparable.

8. Kristina and Adam (Parenthood)

Kristina and Adam (Parenthood)
Kristina and Adam show how to make a marriage work. Through challenges with their kids and a fight with cancer, they survived and even thrived. Funky town FTW!

9. Lord and Lady Grantham (Downton Abbey)

Lord and Lady Grantham (Downton Abbey)
Robert and Cora are the heart of Downton. Their love is old-fashioned, but bright and full of life. A simple kiss shows their affection.

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Bones Quotes

When Hodgins and I were buried alive, we each wrote a message to someone we loved in case our bodies were ever found. Hodgins wrote to Angela. I wrote to you. 'Dear Agent Booth, you are a confusing man. You are irrational and impulsive, superstitious and exasperating. You believe in ghosts and angels and maybe even Santa Claus. And because of you, I've started to see the universe differently. How is it possible that simply looking into your fine face gives me so much joy? Why does it make me so happy that every time I try to sneak a peek at you you are already looking at me? Like you, it makes no sense. And like you, it feels right. If I ever get out of here, I will find a time and a place to tell you that you make my life messy and confusing and unfocused and irrational and wonderful.' This is that time. This is that place.


Booth [to Brennan]: What makes us human bones is that we can feel compassion and regret.
Brennan: I can tell this is really important to you, why?
Booth: Because I know what kind of person you are, and I think it's time you let other people in on your little secret.

Bones Music

  Song Artist
Fearless Fearless Cyndi Lauper iTunes
The world is The World Is... Matthew Ryan iTunes
Song Rain Or Shine Matthew Perryman Jones