Welcome to another edition of Fan Video Friday, where we aim to bring you all the procrastination tools you need for your work day. This week we’re spotlighting Mat Kearney’s “Ships in the Night”, the anthem for all the ships that very often just can’t quite get themselves together. “Ships” tends to be much more friendly to our favorite Sitcom Couples with its upbeat track and driving beat. Don’t get me wrong though…some of these will still kill you with feels. Sorry not sorry.
Jeff and Annie – Community
Aside from “Gravity”, I declare this to be their theme song. I will NEVER understand why Dan Harmon and the writing staff had SUCH resistance to them. Talk about ignoring what’s right in front of your face.
Ben and Leslie – Parks and Recreation
“But Kim,” you say. “Ben and Leslie are happily married and perfect together! No angst or passing each other by for this ship!” Sure…NOW they are happy and nothing will break them apart. But they weren’t always this way, so.
Nick and Jess – New Girl
All of their UST in Seasons One and Two was DELICIOUS. I like Nick and Jess BETTER when they are yelling at each other because there is just something about Jake and Zooey’s chemistry when that happens that makes me scream “MAKE OUT” at my television. I’m sure these crazy kids will find their way back to each other, but in the meantime…more fighting please!
Ross and Rachel – Friends
Sage may be pro Joey/Rachel (and I promise to find a good video to showcase them one week), but even she can’t argue with the accuracy of this one.
Barney and Robin – How I Met Your Mother
Kirk and Spock – Star Trek
Because we wouldn’t be us if we didn’t work a little slash into this post
Dean and Castiel – Supernatural
I’m only in S1 of SPN and Sage is in S2 and the one thing we both agree on is that the show isn’t NEARLY gay enough yet.
The Doctor and River Song – Doctor Who
I mean, this was WRITTEN about them, right?
The Doctor and Rose Tyler – Doctor Who
Because we wouldn’t be us if we didn’t include them.
The Doctor and his Companions – Doctor Who
Can’t stop, won’t stop.
That’s it for this week. Join us next week for a celebration of Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years” where we will prove to you that it is so much more than a stupid song for Edward and Bella.