Sometimes we all need a reminder of just how important our female friends are, and sometimes seeing a healthy friendship between two women (even if they're on TV) can be just that. So, whether you're the Ann to your friend's Leslie, or the Snooki to your friend's JWoww — we're paying tribute to the 20 TV BFFs who defined #FriendshipGoals.
Ann keeps Leslie grounded and calm... since she’s always on the brink of completely losing it. Plus, they help each other out in their careers, relationships and parks-related catastrophes. That's friendship.
Even though Veronica is struggling financially, she is always willing to drop everything to give Fiona a hand, lend her a few bucks and help raise the younger siblings. Plus, through it all, they know when to run away for a few hours and party insanely hard. That's how we do it.
We could all relate to the teenage pressure to conform, but Lizzie and Miranda always keep each other in check and make sure they’re being true to themselves. While the Lizzie and Miranda dynamic is obviously incomplete without Gordo, there are certain things you just need your girl BFF for and even Gordo knew it.
Die-hard 30 Rock fans know that this pair’s lifelong friendship started when they were both struggling to find work as part of an improv troupe and found success together on The Girlie Show, written by Liz and starring Jenna. They may disagree constantly, but they wouldn’t be able to function without each other.
Raven is always up to some sort of ridiculous scheme, and Chelsea is always down to get involved, no questions asked. Chelsea can be a bit of an airhead, but she’s totally unwavering in her support of Raven aaaaand she’s also not afraid to call her out when she’s being a little bit selfish. Plus, Raven’s drive and intense diva attitude come in handy if anyone treats Chelsea wrong; they will get put in their place.
While one of the more iconic duos from the show was obviously Cory and his girlfriend, Topanga, or Cory and Shawn, we think that the friendship between Topanga and Angela was just as (if not, more) important. Seeing this duo go from being high schoolers to real, grown-up people was one of the most formative experiences of our young lives. They were flawed and had their fair share of hardships and ~heavy stuff~ that a lot of other teen shows didn't bother discussing, making them two of the most important TV BFFs of all time. When Angela returned to Girl Meets World married and ready to have babies, we all basically died on the inside.
If you're not familiar with the show, they basically are forced to come together and cope when they learn that their husbands aren't just work partners, but have been romantically involved for years. Yeah, ~unique~ circumstances. But the lesson we can take from this is that girlfriends > boyfriends. Always.
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In addition to the constant demons, vampires and other monsters they have to fight, these TV BFFs never hesitate to help each other when it comes to schoolwork and their ever-complicated love lives.
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