We all have a few embarrassing exes in our closet—it doesn’t mean you can’t hold your head high and go on to better places.
A recent survey shows what couples are actually doing together in the car.
Here is something TLC does not do well: challenge traditional roles within traditional families and/or couples, as evidenced by their horrific new show, “Honey, Do.”
Though uptight office tattletale Angela and absurdist beet farmer Dwight finally made it work in the long run, they’re not the only mismatched TV couple who made us laugh, smile, and wonder what in the heck those two saw in each other.
Whether they’ve been married six months or 25 years, all of these pairs show that love, humor, and honesty can build a relationship that survives anything – even fame. Everybody all together now: awwww.
“Felt,” a new Logo series reveals what happens in actual couples therapy — without revealing the identities of the participants. How can you create an entertaining reality show based around an event where no one wants to show his/her face? The answer? Puppets.
You don’t get to be America’s Sweetheart by playing dumb. Witherspoon instantly knew to spin the situation to win maximum brownie points from the couple-loving public.
Happiness as a couple is all relative, especially on Mad Men. We take a look at all the romantic pairings on the show, and see who is happy(ish) this week, and who is headed for heartache.
As the famous song goes: is she really going out with him? Here are a few star couples who seem strange on paper but are quite happy in real life.
FOBU doesn’t just afflict the average guy and gal; it also permeates the lives of celebrities. Here are a few couples, past and present that have had, or are still having, a serious case of FOBU.