Top 13 Friend Zones in TV and Movie History

It's easy to get caught up in your feels while watching any TV show or movie. Here are the top 13 wannabe relationships that stirred up emotions.

1. Jorah Mormont and Daenerys Targaryen (Game of Thrones)

Let’s disregard the age difference and focus on the way he looks at her (heart eyes). Bonus points for the fact he isn’t related to her!

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2. Shoshanna Shapiro and Ray Ploshansky (Girls)

While they did go out in the series’ beginnings, the scene where Ray turns her down is a true tear-jerker, even though they did end up being friendship goals.

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3. Snape and Lily (Harry Potter)

Did Snape’s undying love justify his attitude for the entire series? Real question. But, his loyalty to her ends up saving the wizarding world, so thumbs up for that.

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4. Archie Andrews and Cheryl Blossom (Riverdale)

I have never been so thankful for a friend zone.

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5. Tinkerbell and Peter Pan (Peter Pan)

It was obvious why Tinkerbell hated Wendy so much if you think about how into Peter Pan she was.

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6. Quasimodo and Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Sticking with the Disney theme, this one was a little sad to watch.

7. Maddie Ziegler and Gino Cosculluela (Dance Moms)

Their facial expressions make this cringe-worthy and awkward moment worth it.

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8. Maddie Fitzpatrick and Zack Martin (The Suite Life of Zack and Cody)

Okay, age would definitely be an issue in this case, as Maddie actually mentioned in one episode.

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9. Toby Flenderson and Pam Beesly (The Office)

So uncomfortable to watch.

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10. Manny Delgado and various girls (Modern Family)

This happened too many times. 

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11. Jacob Black and Bella Swan (Twilight)

It all worked out because he ended up imprinting on her daughter in a not-so-creepy way!

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12. Miley Stewart and Rico Suave (Hannah Montana)

That face says it all. Shout out to Rico for going for it though.

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