In honor of Valentine's Day, we rounded up ten of our favorite on-screen smooches.
Kevin and Winnie on The Wonder YearsAside from the fact that Kevin looks prepubescent in this episode, his first kiss with Winnie really was pretty special.
Roseanne and Sharon on RoseanneABC almost didn't run this episode—filmed in 1994—because of this kiss between Mariel Hemingway and Roseanne Barr. But 30 million viewers tuned in to watch the important television moment, which turned out to be a small but important step toward the acceptance of same-sex couples on television.
Angela and Jordan on My So Called LifeThe first kiss they shared turned out to be not-so-magical, so this lip-lock was a nice and romantic follow-up.
Buffy and Spike on Buffy the Vampire SlayerAs the entire town of Sunnydale falls under a spell of truth-telling and sing-song, the slayer kisses a rebel vampire who actually has the capacity to love.
Kate and Sawyer on LostPerhaps the most frustrating yet gratifying kiss on the island.
Chuck and Sarah on ChuckWatching this one makes this week's episode even more depressing.
Matt and Julie on Friday Night LightsWinning the game and the undying love of your girl? Matt, you've totally got it made.
Maggie and Joel on Northern ExposureWho started it? Who cares?
Bones and Booth on BonesThank you, mistletoe, for making it happen.
Ross and Rachel on FriendsHe's her lobster!
Happy Valentine's Day! Which TV kisses (good, bad, or otherwise) would be on your list?