Seth is sure he has lost Summer forever… until she shows up at his house and they reenact the iconic movie moment. (Something tells us Seth’s spidey sense isn’t the only thing tingling after that kiss.)
Tony and Ziva must say goodbye, but not before they confess their feelings to each other: “Tony, you’re so –” Ziva says before Tony interrupts, “Handsome? Funny? What…?”. “Loved.” she replies before kissing him. Don’t mind us, we’re just crying all over our keyboard.
With SD-6 literally crumbling around them, Syd and Vaughn <I>finally</I> get to act on a season-and-a-half’s worth of USST (unresolved spy sexual tension).
TVLine reader Betsylovestv offered an honorable mention from “Double Agent”: “Sydney and Vaughn in the kitchen against the oven with Coldplay in the background. Wore out my VCR tape on that one (literally).”
Mulder plants one on his long-suffering baby mama – and this time she doesn’t have cancer, they’re not in 1939, there’s no bee lurking anywhere and no mistletoe in sight, so you know it’s the real deal.
TVLine reader ShockPop08: “What about Scully and Mulder?!”
It was the (same-sex) kiss for which <I>Glee</i>ks had been waiting an eternity. Baby-faced Kurt Hummel — having transfered to Dalton Academy and fallen for dapper Blaine Anderson — finally had his feelings reciprocated. That Blaine’s romantic realization occurred as a result of Kurt’s performance of “Blackbird” made the moment all the more special. As did this adorable kicker — Blaine pulling back and noting, “We should practice.” Kurt grinning slyly and responding, “I thought we were.” We still swoon to this very day!
“You are the nuttiest, the stupidest, the phoniest fruitcake I ever met!” After all that sweet talk, are you as turned on as we are?
TVLine reader Matt: “How the @#*! is Sam and Diane’s first kiss on <I>Cheers</I> (in Sam’s office) not on this list? No way you’re going to tell me that a <I>Gossip Girl</I> kiss was more memorable than the two marquee characters on one of TV’s most successful sitcoms.
As Season 2 comes to a close, Peter discovers the true purpose of the machine, his role in activating it and Walternate’s evil agenda. When he feels more than ever adrift and not belonging to either world, Olivia (in Fauxlivia’s guise) asserts that he belongs back on “our” side, that he belongs with her — and the kiss that follows rocks every possible universe.
TVLine reader Katherine215: “Peter and Olivia’s first kiss – She traveled through time to find him!”
In a truly precious moment between the two, Lorelai holds still just long enough for Luke to kiss her. (Editor’s note: It was a toss-up between this and the “Man That Got Away” porch smooch. L&L certainly have their moments, no?)
TVLine reader Allyson: “Oh I can never get enough of Luke/Lorelai’s first kiss at the Dragonfly.”