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There are certain relationships in television and film that have stood the test of time, becoming lasting love stories we all watch with full-on emoji-level heart eyes.
They can make you feel warm and fuzzy, totally heartbroken, or even a little bit better (or worse, if it's a rom-com, because we all know nothing ever works out like it does in the movies) about the state of your own romantic life.
resize=768:*" /Through all her mile-a-minute banter and his gruff, faux-grouch vibes, Luke and Lorelai had what we all aim to find in a best friend/partner: someone who is there for you through everything and accepts you for exactly who you are—annoying quirks, caffeine addiction and all.
Their real-life relationship may have been rocky, but their TV romance as the quirky, mischievous redhead and her hot-headed Cuban husband was comedic gold unlike anything else in its time.
It's so sad, but sometimes that's the kind of love story you need.
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resize=768:*" / Their relationship is hardly what you'd call smooth sailing—in fact, most of the time it's downright turbulent—but Rhett Butler and Scarlett O' Hara are probably the only people in the world who can understand and handle each other's difficult nature.
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resize=768:*" / Sure, Rose may have taken up way more than her fair share of that floating door and guaranteeing an icy fate for poor Jack in the end, but these two star-crossed lovers are as iconic as they come.