Pick Your Fave From These Famous TV Duos and We'll Guess if You Belong in New York or LA

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Olivia Cantor

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About This Quiz

Television duos come in many forms. Often, these duos are romantic couples, so we see various formations of this kind on television. Some are married for a long time, while some are young couples still trying to find their way in the world. There are also couples who are of the same gender now, because that's how progressive television has already become as well, much like real life.

And of course, there are the buddy tandem types of TV duos. They could be roommates, housemates or even coworkers who are preoccupied with other things than their work. They could also be classmates in high school or college. They could also be partners in crime or crime fighting. 

Speaking of crime fighting, there are these TV duos who follow different kinds of buddy cop narratives. There are same gender cop buddies but their personalities are huge contrasts of each other. Of course, this should just be, because that is where TV conflict comes from.

Depending on which kind of TV duo they are, and depending on where their stories take place, let's see if we can assess where you can be best suited to live, or maybe stay for a short while, depending on how you answer this quiz. 

Curious to try? Let's go, then. And stay tuned!

Do you like following the paranormal or extraterrestrial detective work of FBI agents Mulder and Scully of "The X-Files?"

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Did you also go gaga over the fierce female tandem of Xena: Warrior Princess and Gabrielle?

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Are you happy fans of the funny BFFs Will and Grace?

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Ay ay ay, do you like the antics of couple Lucy and Desi in "I Love Lucy?"

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Do you follow the quirky investigating techniques of Mr. Watson and Dr. Holmes in "Sherlock?"

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Did you like the initial Murtaugh-Riggs buddy cop tandem in the first couple of seasons of Lethal Weapon's TV version?

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Did you boldly go where Capt. James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock of "Star Trek" also went?

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Are you a fan of the combined prison comedy, jail love, and incarcerated drama of Alex and Piper in Netflix's "Orange is the New Black?"

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Were you a fan of young couple Marshall and Lily's relationship dynamics and rules in "How I Met Your Mother?"

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Growing up, did you like the quirky dynamics of puppet besties Ernie and Bert in "Sesame Street?"

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Do you follow brothers Sam and Dean Winchester's dealings with demons and angels in "Supernatural?"

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Did you like the streetwise vs. preppy contrast of cousins Will and Carlton in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air?"

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Did you witness the mini-catfights and sexual tension that brewed between David Addison and Maddie Hayes of "Moonlighting?"

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Did you like the antics of heavy metal-loving teen duo Wayne and Garth as they broadcast their indie show from the house of Wayne's parents, specifically the basement?

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Did you like traveling back a few decades to see the advertising dynamics between Don Draper and Peggy Olson in "Mad Men?"

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Were you one of those Gen X-ers who watched whether Rachel and Ross would end up together, finally, in "Friends?"

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Did you try catching all the high school antics of Zach and Screech in "Saved By The Bell?"

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Did you have drugged out fun in watching how Walter White and Jesse Pinkman of "Breaking Bad" "cooked up" their business?

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Did you follow the dapper detectives Sonny and Rico on "Miami Vice?"

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Were you a fan of the kooky entrepreneurial antics of BFFs Max Black and Caroline Channing in "2 Broke Girls?"

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Are you a nerdy fan of the geeky exchange between theoretical physicist roomies Sheldon and Leonard in "The Big Bang Theory?"

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Did you like the classic character contrast of divorced housemates Felix Unger and Oscar Madison in "The Odd Couple?"

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Were you obviously grossed out but also secretly liked the underachieving teen friends Beavis and Butt-head?

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Were you a police procedural fan of Sgt. Joe Friday and his partner Bill Gannon in "Dragnet?"

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Out of the four BFFs, were you also cool with how writer Carrie's serious flaws were "processed" from time to time by lawyer Miranda in "Sex and the City?"

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Were you also updated on the investigative lives of boss Laura Holt and not-really-the-boss "Remington Steele?"

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Did you also wonder what SpongeBob and Patrick are always up to in Bikini Bottom, in the show "SpongeBob SquarePants?"

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Did you dig the detective duo of "Starsky & Hutch" back in the '70s?

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Were you feeling the progressive vibe of couple Nomi and Amanita in Netflix's "Sense8?"

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Were you down with "Cagney & Lacey's" women power duo as police detectives?

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