Famous bromances in entertainment
J.D. & Turk from Scrubs
They’ve shared everything from clothes to secrets to beds. They even sung a song together called “Guy Love.” They put the needs of a bro before anything else – these two were meant for each other, so watch out ladies: buy one, get the other one free, whether you want him or not.
Shawn & Corey from Boy Meets World
We’ve seen this bromance flourish since they were little kids awkwardly learning about girls to college where they awkwardly learned to be adults. They’re so different: Shawn being the bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks and Corey being the sweet guy next door, but somehow they make it work.
Seth & Evan from Superbad
After a very eventful night, these two best friends ended the night sleeping side-by-side. Neither is afraid to tell the other he loves him and they know to look out for a bro, even when things are getting hairy.
Sam & Frodo from The Lord of the Rings
Even after being separated from their original team, these two stuck together. Sure, they had some shaky patches along the way, but when your bud follows you into a volcano to help you destroy the ultimate evil, even after you’ve been a jerk, you know he’s a bro.
Joey & Chandler from Friends
These two guys have been through a lot. They’ve been between girls, between apartments, but whatever the case, they always end up back together. Monica and Chandler even promised a special Joey room for their new home. It is inevitable for two guys to become bros when they’ve lived together that long.
Han Solo & Chewbacca from Star Wars
One is a space rebel, the other is a walking bag of fur. But even though Chewie’s language consists of a series of growls, Han always knows what his best buddy means. That’s not the kind of connection that happens over night. It takes years to get on the same bro-wavelength.
Bert & Ernie from Sesame Street
A relationship that’s been around longer than most MRU students, Bert & Ernie are one of the greatest surviving bromances. Polar opposites in personality, taste and skin colour, these two have been teaching kids the values of bromance for decades, will do continue to do so for years to come.
— Aaron Chatha