Though daytime’s Tracy and Hepburn are by far the wittiest couple to make the list, the feelings beneath the legal eagles’ banter were no laughing matter.
Sorry, Bill. No matter how many (dozens of) other people come between the exes, we’ll always consider them exactly what Brooke long did: one another’s destiny.
So popular were daytime’s premier African-American supercouple that, before Jesse came back from the dead, ABC moved his “widow” to Loving/The City and paired her with his look-alike.
Since the Bradys’ romance survived everything from Lisa Rinna to the Cruise of Deception, we find it hard, nay impossible, to believe that it was really ended by a plain old brain tumor.
As hot as the mobster and the model were together, their affair was always bound to crash and burn. But, while it last — as he once said — “It was a great ride.”
No wonder it’s never gotten stale between the Blacks: Since they first hooked up in the mid-’80s, he’s been everything from a secret agent to a priest!
The Newmans have divorced and remarried so often that by now, they consider weddings foreplay. But after three decades, hey, whatever works!
The scheme team circled one another for less than a decade but were so beloved that John Oliver reunited them on Last Week Tonight as a gift for a fan who fled Syria.
Aside from AMC‘s Erica Kane, the Spencers — arguably daytime’s first supercouple — remain the only soap characters that absolutely everybody knows.
Legend has it that A Martinez and Marcy Walker’s chemistry was so undeniable that the much-missed soap had no choice but to pair them. Frankly, we believe it.