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Those Were The Days
Sweethearts on the Tube
Television has alwayshad its share of romance.But some couples just seemto cling to our memoriesthrough the years.
Do you remember.......
Maddie HayesandDavid Addison
When ex-model Maddie Hayes(Cybill Shepherd) loses most of her money in a bad investment,all she has left is a rundown de-tective agency run by the irascibleP.I. David Addison (Bruce Willis).He convinces her to come in as thenew boss rather than sell it, andthe two begin to work together. Amatch made in heaven? Dependson how you look at it.
Jonathan andJennifer Hart
(“Hart to Hart”)
As the Harts, Robert Wagnernd Stephanie Powers have just theight chemistry, the Nick and Noraharles of television. They are a
un-loving, lthy rich couple who
ike to solve crimes in between jet-etting all over the world.
Mac andSally McMillian
(“McMillian & Wife”)
San Francisco attorney Stewart“Mac” McMillan (Rock Hudson)is named Commissioner of the SanFrancisco Police Department, andalong with his sharp-witted, butsomewhat kooky, wife Sally (Su-san Saint James), Mac manages tosolve some of the city’s most baf-
ing crimes. A favorite of the clas
-sic Sunday night mysteries.
Rob and LauraPetrie
(“The Dick Van DykeShow”)
As another classic TV couple,Laura (Mary Tyler Moore) knows just the right thing to say to calmher neurotic husband Rob (DickVan Dyke) down — except whenit’s his turn to calm her down. “Oh,Rob...”
Lucy and RickyRicardo
(I Love Lucy)
Lucy and Ricky were one of the
rst TV couples to ght and argue
like normal couples. Ricky’s clas-sic “Lucy, you’ve got some ‘splai-nin’ to do,” said it all. She alwayshad some whacky scheme that ul-timately needed to be explained.
Ralph and AliceKramden
The classic sit-com, The Hon-eymooners, introduced America toRalph and Alice Kramden. Thesetwo probably enjoyed the bestchemistry of any TV couple in his-tory. Virtually all the scenes tookplace on a tiny set depicting a smalldining room and kitchen with hard-ly any furnishings or decorations,and the rest of the cast consisted of two people. Ralph’s physical com-edy and facial expressions, pairedwith Alice’s acerbic wit and tautcomedic timing, formed the per-
fect TV couple in America’s rst
Clark Kent andLois Lane
Lois and Clark provide an exam-ple of iconic characters not limitedto any particular show. Whetheryou watched Lois & Clark in the1990s or Smallville in the presentdecade, Lois and Clark’s timeless
chemistry is difcult to match.
Combine a pushy reporter withan unassuming hero and you getentertaining television. Lois Laneand Clark Kent, in either version,form one of the most famous cou-ples not only in television history,but in the history of American popculture.
Morticia andGomez Addams
(The Addams Family)
When Gomez (John Astin) wooshis beloved wife Morticia (Caro-lyn Jones), he begins by recitingFrench, kissing her hand, then herwrist. All the while keeping their“different” kind of family out of trouble.
Claire andCliff Huxtable
Claire (Phylicia Rashad) andCliff (Bill Cosby) represent oneof the hippest married TV couplesof all time, juggling successful ca-
reers with raising their ve kids.
Others popularcouples include:
Kevin and Winnie:The Wonder Years’
Sam and Diane: ‘Cheers’
Bobby and Pam: ‘Dallas’
Ross & Rachel: ‘Friends’