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See all the duos we and our readers want to see go to the next level

1 of 16 Doug Hyun/HBO


Sookie and Eric (Anna Paquin and Alexander Skarsgard), True Blood Bill just keeps on hurting Sookie. He abandoned her. He let Eric and The King drink her blood. Isn't it time she got hers elsewhere? And who better than Eric? Tall, dark, smoldering Eric. Season 4, we say, "Bring it!"
2 of 16 Monty Brinton/CBS

Ziva and Tony (Cote De Pablo and Michael Weatherly), NCIS

"Tony and Ziva on NCIS! But I would hate for their dynamic to change, so [I want] one hookup of awesome sex and then [they can go] back to friends when they realize they make better friends than lovers. :)" — MarlaB
3 of 16 John Paul Filo/CBS


Alicia and Will (Juliana Margulies and Josh Charles), The Good Wife They're old friends, who've kissed. Passionately. They seem to have some history. And he's an understanding fellow. (Recall when he said, "We've always had... bad timing.") Listen Alicia, Will never cheated on you, unlike other lying husbands. Isn't it time to move on?
4 of 16 Greg Gayne/Fox


Booth and Brennan (Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz), Bones "A must ... but not anytime soon. I enjoy the writers playing around with the aspects of their relationship, and getting together too soon would probably kill the show. It worked for Mulder and Scully, so it should work for them!" — inemorrigan
5 of 16 Bob Mahoney/The CW


Damon and Elena (Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev), The Vampire Diaries So what if Elena is happy with Damon's brother, Stefan? And so what if Damon and Elena's first kiss was actually a smooch between Damon and Elena's evil doppelganger, Katherine? The liplock only proved one thing: These two have some serious chemistry that needs to be explored right away.
6 of 16 Michael Courtney/The CW


Lois and Clark (Tom Welling and Erica Durance) and Clark and Chloe (Welling and Allison Mack), Smallville "Lois and Clark! Any sex between these two would set televisions on fire around the world!" — Scarysecrets "Chloe and Clark. Unresolved sexual tension needs to be explored. I don't care about mythos, it's about the amazing chemistry and history between the characters and seeing truth and justice prevail in the end. They really are the Mulder and Scully of my generation." — SmallvilleFan01
7 of 16 Randy Tepper/Showtime


Quinn and Deb (Desmond Harrington and Jennifer Carpenter), Dexter Come on, this one's obvious. Their frustrated hostility toward one another is just one moment of weakness away from turning into full-on passion. And since they both lost their significant others last season, we'd say the timing couldn't be any better.
8 of 16 Adam Larkey/ABC

Castle and Beckett (Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic), Castle

"Castle and Beckett. I think that may be coming." — eriegirl
9 of 16 AMC


Joan and Roger (Christina Hendricks and John Slattery), Mad Men OK, we know that they already have a history of hooking up, but doesn't the screen just crackle every time these two share a scene? More of that, please!
10 of 16 Virginia Sherwood/NBC


Stabler and Benson (Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay), Law & Order: SVU "I can't wait for Stabler and Benson!!!!" — Campferncliff
11 of 16 Sonja Flemming/Showtime

Nancy and Andy (Mary-Louise Parker and Justin Kirk), Weeds

Yeah, they're technically brother and sister. But only in law. And she's already, er, breast fed him, which is not too far off from "doing it." Business or pleasure? We say, "Why not both?"
12 of 16 Michael Yarish/Fox

Will and Emma (Matthew Morrison and Jayma Mays), Glee

These two have a connection that cannot be denied. Will's marriage is over, and after all that transpired last season, we think it's time he and Emma get a little closer.
13 of 16 Fox

Olivia and Peter (Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson), Fringe

"Not anytime soon, but I wouldn't mind seeing a "slow burn" start to build between these two. A very understated attraction would probably be most interesting right now." — MiniMarie
14 of 16 CBS


Penny and Sheldon (Kaley Cuoco and Jim Parsons), The Big Bang Theory "There is so much comedic potential in that pairing it is ridiculous. I kinda wish people weren't so violently against it." — guypatterson
15 of 16 Fox

Cal and Gillian (Tim Roth and Kelli Williams) Lie to Me

"This is the pair I'm dreaming to see [have] love scenes and a happy ending. I agree with his daughter." — Narenika
16 of 16 USA Network

Shawn and Juliet (James Roday and Maggie Lawson), Psych

"[They've] kept me waiting and crawled at the slowest pace ever. I'm ready for them to hook up and pay off the tension now." — chiriru