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8 TV Boyfriends You Wish You Were Dating

We all know that feeling of lounging on the couch on a Saturday night watching “New Girl,” stuffing cheese curls into our faces and thinking, “Man, Nick would make such a sweet boyfriend.” Yup, television has set the bar really high for the ideal relationship but here are 8 TV boyfriends that are so perfect, you wish you could date them.

1. Ben Wyatt from “Parks and Recreation”

Who doesn’t want a boyfriend that makes calculator puns? Math class would be a whole lot more fun with him around.

2. Scott McCall from “Teen Wolf”

The savior of Beacon Hills! If Scott was your boyfriend, he’d always have your back whether you’re fighting chimeras of the Dread Doctors or chimeras in AP biology.

3. Criss Chros from “30 Rock”

If you’re dating Criss Chros, then not only have you found your soulmate who’ll go stationery shopping with you when you’re in a slump, but you also get free hot dogs from his hot dog van. Just ask Liz Lemon.

4. Dong Nguyen from “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”

By day, a Vietnamese immigrant earning his GED and U.S. citizenship. By night, a lover of “Friends” and tea with milk and two roads — I mean, sugars.

5. Nathan Scott from “One Tree Hill”

Super jerk bad boy turned loving husband to Haley and father to Jamie and Lydia. There’s nothing he wouldn’t do for them, which is why we’ll always (and forever) love Nathan.

6. Stefan Salvatore from “The Vampire Diaries”

Yeah, there have been quite a few bumps in his road (his 171 years long road) but he’s quite the man now. Lucky Caroline.

7. Chandler Bing from “Friends”

“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”‘s Dong probably learned how to be a great guy from watching Chandler all the time.

And last, but certainly not least…

8. James ‘Jimothy’/’Jim’ Halpert from “The Office”

The best of the best. Pam is really lucky to have him.

Which TV character would you want to date?

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