The Best Bromances Of TV & Film

We love it when guys are fools for love! Nothing is cuter than a gentleman who is cool and sensitive enough to show his best friend he cares. So we totally freaked out when we picked up this week’s TV Guide and saw the stars of Fox’s medical drama “House,” Dr. Wilson with his arm around Dr. House under the caption “Isn’t It Bromantic!” Aww, they’re the cutest couple of cover boys! But they’re not the only television show slated to capture all the dudely devotion this Fall. “The Hill’s” Brody Jenner will also be looking for a fella he can be fond of in his upcoming MTV reality show, “Bromance”. Is this the season of buddy shows? We sure hope so! So in honor of the guys who have added some man love to Television and Film, here are The Best Bromances, after the jump…

Joey and Chandler from “Friends” Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc were totally nesting in their NY apartment. Nothing says man love quite like sharing a foosball table.
“Charles In Charge” Charles’ BFF, the aptly named Buddy, was more like a side dish than a sidekick. Scott Baio hasn’t had as good a friend on TV since Willie Ames!
“Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid” Paul Newman (RIP) and Robert Redford were paired up for this wild Western. After taping the classic story of camaraderie, they remained life-long best friends.
“Bosom Buddies” In the frigid early ’80s, Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari got their start keeping each other’s secrets. They sported women’s clothes just so they could live together in an all-girl hotel with cheap rent and lots of ladies, but mostly they got each other’s backs.
“The Odd Couple” Opposites attract in this unlikely pairing of a slob and a neat freak both going through divorces. First written for stage by Neil Simon, then adapted for television, Art Carney and Jack Klugman are the original bromantics.
“The Blues Brothers” Dan Aykroyd and the late John Belushi play soul-brother besties since their childhood days in an orphanage. They’re might have been on the run form the law, but they’d never loose each other.
“Harold & Kumar” Kal Penn and John Cho give best bud a whole new meaning. Mmm, you can get the man munchies just thinking about their dedication to each other and White Castle. We can’t wait for the 3rd movie helping!
Kid ‘N Play Rappers and flat top enthusiasts Chris Reid and Chris Martin spun their brand of bromance into gold records, a kid’s show, and the “House Party” movie series.
“Dumb and Dumber” Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels were stupid for each other in their hit comedy. They even made a prequel which spoofed a romcom called “Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd.”
“House” As doctors, Hugh Laurie and Robert Sean Leonard save a lot of lives, but they really take care of each other.