When it comes to the best guy friends on television, the competition is tough. Plenty of bros have won audiences over with their unbreakable bonds and witty banter. And what about those special moments when guys don’t adhere to silly gender stereotypes and instead have deep conversations about their hopes and feelings? Swoon. The friendship between two guys is certainly worth celebrating, so this comprehensive list of bromances from TV shows does just that. It'll make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
What makes these friendships so great? The fact that the guys all have incredible chemistry, for starters. Some of the bros on the list started on rocky terms, but eventually left their differences behind and forged a deep connection. Most importantly, they all give you a case of the giggles when they bicker, and they make you tear up when they’re getting emotional.What are your favorite TV bromaces? Vote up the ones that give you the most feels.
Chandler Bing and Joey Tribbiani
TV show: Friends
These two raised a chick and a duck together, and no one’s ever going to take that away from them. We were happy when Chandler decided to move in with Monica, but it was truly the end of an era. No more J-man and Channy!
John 'J.D.' Dorian and Christopher Turk
TV show: Scrubs
Their bromance was the stuff of legends. They had their traditions, their quirks, and a bond so special others thought it was plain weird. These two were as close as bros get, and the ladies in their lives just had to deal with it. There’s no breaking them up, ever.
Cory Matthews and Shawn Hunter
TV show: Boy Meets World
Cory and Shawn’s love was very real, so much so that they often seemed more like an old married couple than teenage buddies. Not that anyone's complaining, especially since we all got the chance to see them together again in Girl Meets World.
Gregory House and James Wilson
TV show: House M.D.
Wilson stuck by House’s side through thick and thin, and Greg more than made up for his shortcomings in the end. Faking your own death to be by your buddy’s side during the last months of his life? That’s true devotion.