leslie knope and ron swanson in parks and recreationAs someone who has definitely watched my fair share of television, I can say that one of the best parts of watching any show is falling in love with the characters. Sure, the drama, one-liners, and hilarious situations are great, but they would be nothing without the characters we love. And what's better than one amazing character? Two of them! I'm pretty sure that most of us can agree that these BFF pairs are some of the greatest.

1. Chandler and Joey, "Friends"
Can you say "bromance"? Chandler and Joey stole our hearts early on in the iconic "Friends" series. They always had each other's backs, no matter what. Joey kept Chandler's secret when he started seeing Monica. Chandler forgave Joey when he lost all of their furniture. I mean, they even had matching flashy best friend bracelets! There is no doubt that Chandler and Joey deserve to be on this list. Don't believe me? This hug montage should change your mind.

2. Rory and Lorelai, "Gilmore Girls"
Yes, these two make up the iconic, unstoppable mother-daughter team. However, there is no denying that they are the closest of friends, too. They seriously tell each other everything, have a million inside jokes, and speak their own fast-paced language filled with old movie references. Heck, they even have the same name. These two definitely take the prize for Best Biological Buds.

3. Troy and Abed, "Community"
As I'm sure many of you were, I was absolutely heartbroken when Donald Glover left the incredible comedy "Community" because it meant there would be no more Troy & Abed. With their wild imaginations, and their love for all things nerdy, viewers couldn't help falling in love with Troy and Abed's friendship. They not only have their own handshake, but also their own talk show, "Troy and Abed in the Morning". There is no doubt that Troy and Abed's bromance is cool. Cool, cool, cool.

4. Leslie and Ron, "Parks and Recreation"
To be completely honest, I have still not recovered from the "Parks and Recreation" series finale. To say that I "shed a few tears" would be a complete understatement. Out of all the episodes in the final season, the fourth episode, titled "Leslie and Ron," made me cry the most. Why? Simply because the friendship that Ron and Leslie have is the best. Emotional, enthusiastic, government-loving Leslie and stoic, detached, government-hating Ron are the perfect (and extreme) compliments to each other. Their friendship is so important in the show, and Leslie always brings out the best in Ron. (Although, to be fair, Leslie brings out the best in everyone on that show.)

5. Jim and Pam, "The Office"
Jim and Pam are the perfect example of marrying your best friend. Right from the beginning of the show, you can't help but adore these two characters both individually, and together as a couple. They never fail to make each other (and the audience) laugh, what with all the office pranks they pulled together. And, to be completely honest, if you didn't squeal when Jim finally asked Pam out on a date, then you must be heartless.

Congratulations to the, in my humble opinion, top five best friend television duos. Honorable mentions: George and Jerry ("Seinfeld"), and Kenneth and Tracy ("30 Rock").

Abigail Drueke is a first year telecommunications major at the University of Florida and a contributor to Moviefone's Campus Beat. Are you a current college student with a love for all things movies and TV? Contribute to Campus Beat!