1. Kenan & Kel
From All That to Kenan & Kel, and of course Good Burger, Nickelodeon’s golden boys spent six years making sure that we’ll never forget who loves orange soda. Who loves orange soda? Kel loves orange soda! Is it true? Mmhmmmmm.
3. Eric Matthews and Mr. Feeny
The ultimate test to see if your heart is still functioning properly is to watch the last 5 minutes of the Boy Meets World finale. If you still cry like you did when you were 10 then you’re good. If water isn’t pouring from your face when Eric and Mr. Feeny say their final goodbye after seven seasons of a mentor/mentee relationship then you should consult your physician.
4. Bill & Ted
Bill & Ted changed the game when it comes to buddy road trip movies by traveling in time using a phone booth. Calling the trip an “Excellent Adventure” is the understatement of the century. Two years after Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure the dynamic duo returned in Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey. But more importantly, there’s a third Bill & Ted film currently in the works!
5. Wayne & Garth
Live from the most hillarioust basement in any parent’s house it’s…Wayne’s World! Wayne’s World! Party time! Excellent! After premiering on the 13th Saturday Night Live episode of 1988, the recurring sketch spawned two feature films.
7. Neal Schweiber & Bill Haverchuck
Though the show only lasted one season, Neal & Bill started the revolution of geek being chic. No duo will ever measure up to the lovable dorks that made even the biggest high school nerd feel cool in comparison.
8. Steve Urkel & Carl Winslow
The funniest love/hate relationship in the history of television belongs to this unlikely pairing. Urkel’s clumsiness coupled with Carl’s short temper is the perfect formula that kept audiences laughing for nine years.
10. DJ Tanner & Kimmy Gibbler
It’s hard to tell what’s more impressive in this BFF comedy duo’s chemistry; the sass that flew out of Kimmy Gibbler’s mouth, or the fact that DJ was able to keep a straight face for eight seasons.