What’s a kiss without some plastic wrap? In one of their earliest and creative kisses (after all, it is kiss or die), Chuck spontaneously takes some Saran Wrap to Ned’s face and plops a killer kiss on him.
After a pesky Facebook campaign, the show’s creators have Mitch and Cam kiss on-screen for the first time in an episode that explores Mitch’s fear of PDA. The kiss is perfect in that — despite the controversy — it’s simple and by no means over-the-top.
A little turbulence is all it takes to spur Danny to action, tracking his fellow doc to the airplane galley for a super hot makeout sesh. Who needs to join the mile-high club when a kiss this good will easily suffice?
Sometimes, the best TV busses are the ones that make us cry; such is the case with Brittany and Santana. After realizing being long-distance will put a strain on their relationship, Santana breaks it off with Brittany and literally kisses her goodbye in one of the show’s more heartbreaking scenes.
We can give you about 100 reasons why we loved the Bones/Booth kisses in the show’s 100th episode, but we’ll just give you the most important: Before one of the more pivotal kisses, Booth tells Bones he knew from the beginning she was the one.
Long before they were “on a break!” Ross and Rachel admit they like each other and then share their first venti-sized kiss in the coffee shop. Of course it was going to happen — after all, as we later learn, he’s her lobster!
Rick and Kate have their first real kiss in the Season 4 finale. “I almost died and all I could think about was you. I just want you,” Kate says before they embrace. Meanwhile, we almost die just watching it on repeat.
After drinking “grape juice that burns” and gazing into each other’s eyes, Sheldon shocks the world and kisses Amy, to both of their enjoyment. There’s no theorizing about this interlude; we know for a fact it was one of the most stellar ones we’ve seen in a while.
Tara consoles a grieving Willow with some kind words, a kiss on the forehead and then — OMG — a kiss on the lips! While at this point the two Wiccans have been an item for a while, it isn’t until Joyce’s death that we see them truly acting like one.