The 15 Greatest Bromances In Television History

There is no finer love in this world than good bromance. Yes, men are historically seen as having difficulty showing their affection toward their fellow guys. But when they do, it’s a wonderful thing. It’s sweet, it’s funny, it’s sometimes awkward, but it’s always heart-warming. You know, just two bros being bros, bro-ing out like the two bros that they are. Although somewhat scarce in real life, we have television to thank for some of the greatest bromances of all time!

  • J.D. and Turk

  • B1 and B2

  • Captain Kirk and Spock

  • Joey and Chandler

  • Bret and Jemaine

  • James Wilson and Gregory House

  • Tim Taylor and Al Borland

  • Troy and Abed

  • Tyrion and Bronn

  • Don Draper and Roger Sterling

  • Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza

  • Brian and Stewie Griffin

  • Danny Tanner and Joey Gladstone

  • Michael Scott and Dwight Schrute

  • Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton

Whether it’s hospital bros like Dr. House and Dr. Wilson in House and Turk and J.D. on Scrubs, or fantasy bros like Kirk and Spock of Star Trek and Tyrion and Bronn from Game of Thrones, these best buds keep us glued to the screen. They’re just as good as any will-they-won’t-they we’ve ever seen! Cohabitation between bros (Joey and Chandler, Bret and Jemaine, Bert and Ernie) may lead to some tension and fights, but that just means more opportunity for glorious make-up bro-ing activities.

Head up to the gallery above for 15 of the most beautiful bromances in TV history!

[Photo: FOX/HBO/CBS/NBC]

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