Who needs romance anymore?
Forget Leonard and Sheldon, Raj (Kunal Nayyar) and Howard (Simon Helberg) are the true bromance of The Big Bang Theory. They are always cooking up the best schemes together and trying to find Raj his happily ever after.
They're both geniuses but have completely different ways of attacking a problem, which makes their butting heads a battle of wits and barbs that is beautiful to watch.
No bromance is perfect all the time, and Ollie (Stephen Amell) and Diggle (David Ramsey) have definitely encountered hurdles over the years, but they continue to be there for each other in the big moments.
Believing that Damon killed his wife, Alaric initially set out to kill Damon, but over the years, the two men found common ground in their sorrows--and usually at the bottom of a bottle of bourbon.
Together, these boys traversed the New York single life, adopted a chicken and a duck, and won Monica and Rachel's apartment right from under their noses.
Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) never would have met the mother of his children if Marshall (Jason Segel) wasn't there to inspire him and look out for him.
A cartoon talking dog and a baby obsessed with violence may not sound like your typical TV bromance, but who are we to argue?
Tyrion and Bronn's bromance was a match for the ages. They had similar thought processes, always said exactly what we were thinking, and in a world where everyone's always at each other's throats, it's always nice to see some folks having a good time.
Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) and Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) have a high stakes friendship, but it's their ability to have fun while doing it that keeps them on the list.
Turk (Donald Faison) may have been married Carla, but even she knew enough to admit their marriage came in second to Turk's bromance with fellow doctor J.D. (Zach Braff).
Seth was a nerd armed with the perfect sarcastic retort and Ryan was quieter and had a penchant for solving problems with his fists--but these two real life brothers gave us major friendship envy.
Are they a little too co-dependent? Yes. But no other bros on this list have risked it all (and died) to save one another while also fighting off the forces of evil to save the world.
Once they realised that their father was an awful waste of space, Lucas and Nathan had more in common. Their bromance came to be a staple of the long-running teen drama.
Jim's rivalry with Dwight may have been the best thing about The Office, but Dwight's (Rainn Wilson) bromance with Michael (Steve Carell) was definitely second.
Nick (Jake Johnson) and Schmidt's (Max Greenfield) bromance often feels one-sided--like when Schmidt planned an elaborate anniversary party to celebrate 10 years of living together, and Nick dropped the ball because it didn't mean as much to him--but in the end, their friendship evens out because Schmidt feels too much and Nick gives too little.