You can't have Bert without Ernie, Laverne without Shirley, Mulder without Scully, Kirk without Spock. And to the voters who created TV's Most Dynamic Duos list, you really can't have Jerry without George.
Seinfeld's duo took the top spot on the list of TV's Most Dynamic Duos, which was presented by The Paley Center for Media and announced by Robin Roberts in a two-hour pre-taped special Sunday night on ABC.
Many of the actors playing the characters were interviewed to talk about their relationships, with some guest commentary — like Dancing With the Stars co-hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke-Charvet talking about Pat Sajak and Vanna White (#20) and Dan and Roseanne Conner (#14).
Take a look at the list and see if you agree with their order. Is there anyone you would add or remove or just put in a different spot?
TV's Most Dynamic Duos list
30. David Addison & Maddie Hayes, Moonlighting
29. Sam Malone & Diane Chambers, Cheers
28. Laverne & Shirley, Laverne & Shirley
27. Wayne & Garth, Saturday Night Live
26. Ralph Kramden & Alice Kramden, The Honeymooners
25. George Jefferson & "Weezy" Jefferson, The Jeffersons
24. Jack Donaghy & Liz Lemon, 30 Rock
23. Johnny Carson & Ed McMahon, The Tonight Show
22. Kevin Arnold & Winnie Cooper, The Wonder Years
21. Cliff Clavin & Norm Peterson, Cheers
20. Pat Sajak & Vanna White, Wheel of Forture
19. Tony Soprano & Carmela Soprano, The Sopranos
18. Jack McFarland & Karen Walker, Will & Grace
17. Bert & Ernie, Sesame Street
16. Jack Shephard & John Locke, Lost
15. Beavis & Butt-head, Beavis and Butt-head
14. Dan Conner & Roseanne Conner, Roseanne
13. Meredith Grey & Derek Shepherd, Grey's Anatomy
12. Archie Bunker & Mike "Meathead" Stivic, All in the Family
11. Cameron Tucker & Mitchell Pritchett, Modern Family
10. Kermit the Frog & Miss Piggy, The Muppets
9. Richie Cunningham & The Fonz, Happy Days
8. Dwight Schrute & Michael Scott, The Office
7. Dana Scully & Fox Mulder, The X-Files
6. Captain Kirk & Mr. Spock, Star Trek
5. Chandler Bing & Joey Tribbiani, Friends
4. Homer & Bart Simpson, The Simpsons
3. Cliff Huxtable & Clair Huxtable, The Cosby Show
2. Lucy Ricardo & Ethel Mertz, I Love Lucy
1. Jerry Seinfeld & George Costanza, Seinfeld
Do you think Meredith Grey & McDreamy deserved to take spot #13? What about Laverne & Shirley at #28, six spots lower than Kevin & Winnie and waaaaay below Lucy & Ethel? (Why not Lucy & Ricky?) Why did they put Bert & Ernie at #17, lower on the list than Jack & Locke, Beavis & Butt-head and Cameron & Mitchell? (They're Bert and freakin' Ernie!) Are Dwight & Michael Scott of The Office really a more dynamic duo than Kermit & Miss Piggy? And Chandler & Joey over Mulder & Scully and Kirk & Spock? Come on, now.