The final vote is in and a new reigning couple of television has been crowned. Kurt and Blaine of “Glee” fame defeated iconic couple Lucy and Ricky of “I Love Lucy” in our All-Time television bracket poll.
WINNER: Kurt Hummel and Blaine Anderson - "Glee"
Of all the McKinley High students who hooked up on "Glee" from 2009-2015, few seemed to resonate with viewers as much as Kurt and Blaine. And that's despite real-life couple Lea Michele and Cory Monteith also being on the show.
Lucy and Ricky Ricardo - "I Love Lucy"
Viewers were first introduced to Lucille Ball and real-life husband Desi Arnez on the hit show that aired from 1951 to 1957. No matter her antics, from squashing grapes with her feet to falling behind on the candy assembly line, you could you could always count on hearing that familiar refrain "Lucy, I'm home" from Ricky.
James and Florida Evans - "Good Times"
They were raising three kids in the projects and money was always tight. But that didn't matter as James and Florida Evans found the good times in the most dire situations.
Sam Malone and Diane Chambers- "Cheers"
One of the original "Will they or won't they?" couples. Of course, they eventually did. Sam and Diane found each other in the bar where everyone knows your name. "Cheers" ran from 1982 to 1982, but Shelly Long left after only five seasons, leaving the relationship forever unresolved for many fans.
Jack and Rebecca Pearson – "This is Us"
We haven't known this couple long, but Jack and Rebecca have made a huge impact with viewers. Is it because their relationship feels so real? Or is it because we know their fairytale romance is doomed to end in heartache?
Rob and Laura Petrie - "The Dick Van Dyke Show"
Before she flew solo on the "Mary Tyler Moore Show," she was Laura to his Rob on "The Dick Van Dyke show" from 1961 to 1966.
Pacey Witter and Joey Porter – "Dawson's Creek"
Dawson or Pacey? Pacey or Dawson? Joey's back-and-forth with her two leading men went unresolved until the closing seconds of the WB hit that ran 1998-2003. In the end, Dawson didn't get the girl. And that was a good thing.
Carrie and Mr. Big - "Sex and the City"
Carrie and Mr. Big fumbled their relationship through six seasons from 1998 to 2004 and then tacked on two big screen films before finally realizing they were meant to be together.
Homer and Marge Simpson - "The Simpsons"
If you think Homer Simpson is a lost cause now, imagine what he'd be like without Marge by his side. The cartoon couple have walked hand in hand since 1989. Well, except when Homer is at Moe's Tavern.
Ralph and Alice Kramden - "The Honeymooners"
While Ralph Kramden's "TO THE MOON, ALICE" bellow might not play well today, everyone knew Alice had Ralph wrapped around her little finger when the "The Honeymooners" aired from 1955 to 1956.
Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper: "The Wonder Years"
If you ever fell in love with the girl next door — or in Kevin's case across the street — then you've got something in common with young Mr. Arnold. His coming-of-age romance with Winnie Cooper in "The Wonder Years" from 1988 to 1993 kept viewers glued to their seats to see if they'd eventually wind up together. Spoiler alert: They didn't.
Glenn and Maggie - "The Walking Dead"
If they could find true love amidst the zombie apocalypse, then what's your excuse? Their romance would end tragically, but Glen and Maggie were a really good thing while they lasted.
Ross Geller and Rachel Green - "Friends"
Rachel and Ross survived an infamous "break," an ill-planned wedding to a third party and an unplanned pregnancy during the 10-year-run "Friends" made from 1994-2004.
Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly - "The Office"
This couple made the idea of workplace romances cool. From courtship to wedding to baby, viewers got to see their relationship blossom before their eyes from 2005 to 2013.
Roseanne and Dan Conner - "Roseanne"
It takes a big man to be the other half in a marriage with Roseanne Arnold. And John Goodman was more than up to the task. Has blue-collar love seemed as real as it did when "Roseanne" aired from 1988 to 1997?
Eric and Tami Taylor - "Friday Night Lights"
Even when they fought, which was rare, Coach and Tami Taylor depicted the best case scenario for a married couple. They loved and respected each other through wins and losses. Clear eyes, full heart indeed.