Taking a page from our partner in crime theREELaddict, theTVaddict.com has caved to the conspiracy perpetrated by the greeting card, flower and chocolate companies by proudly presenting [the obligatory] Valentine’s Day post highlighting [in no particular order] television’s most romantic moments.
Feel free to post your own favorite moments complete with YouTube links [honestly, what was life like before YouTube?] in the comments below.
Like all good romances, it wasn’t easy. But after Paulo, Julie and that silly pro and con list, Rachel finally realized what the rest of us had known since the moment she ran into Central Perk sans wedding dress. Ross was her lobster. Who knew it would take eight more seasons of ‘breaks’ for them to live happily ever after?
Why steady-cams were invented. Sydney and Vaughn’s panoramic smooch capped off what was quite possibly ALIAS’ most exhilarating episode ever and most definitely the finest use of the Post-SuperBowl time-slot.
The brilliance of EVERWOOD’s final scene almost makes up for the fact that its lifespan was ridiculously and painfully cut short by the now defunct WB. We can only hope that somewhere out there someone’s working tirelessly to get this show released on DVD for future generations to enjoy. Someone? Anyone?
SEX AND THE CITY
After six remarkable seasons, what else can be said about SEX AND THE CITY except, here’s hoping the movie doesn’t ruin one of television’s most romantic endings.
BEVERLY HILLS 90210
For better or worse, BEVERLY HILLS 90210 is responsible for this TV Addict’s addiction to TV. Dylan and Kelly’s long awaited hook up was one of those quintessential TV moments that an impressionable thirteen year old will never forget. That and of course, Donna Martin Graduate!