Ending a relationship is difficult enough in real life, but when you're watching a relationship take place on a TV show or in a movie, emotions tend to run pretty wild. How are you supposed to deal with all these feelings you have once the series is over? Or, even worse, how are you supposed to deal if your OTP breaks up, or if one of them is tragically murdered and the other has to move on with their life without their beloved? (It happens pretty often, let's be real)
But the good thing about fictional relationships is that even when they're over, usually the people who brought them to life are still alive and totally willing to hang out with each other -- and we've rounded up some of the best times that's happened over the years. Grab some tissues, because we're taking a trip down memory lane and there are going to be happy tears.
Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo
As Emilia Clarke noted on Instagram, "I guess the sun rises in the west and sets in the east then," because she and Jason Momoa met up this weekend in Paris and made us fall in love with the Khal and Khaleesi all over again.
DJ Tanner and Steve
Scott Weiner will appear on Cameron Candace Bure's new "Full House" reboot on Netflix, and we can't wait to see the two rekindle their relationship.
Monica and ChandlerJustin Lubin/NBC
Courteney Cox had a featured role on an episode of Matthew Perry's show "Go On" in 2011, and he later joined her on "Cougar Town" in 2014. Could they be any cuter?
The Tenth Doctor and Rose TylerGilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images
David Tennant and Billie Piper appeared together at the Wizard World Comic Con in Philadelphia earlier this year, and everything was perfect forever and we all stopped thinking about how they'll never really actually be together without the help of cloning. Sob.
Kevin and WinnieEsther Horvath/Getty Images
The two lovebirds from "The Wonder Years," as played by Fred Savage and Danica McKeller, came together last year to celebrate the release of the 26-DVD collector edition.
Hazel and Gus -- And Their BenchJason LaVeris/FilmMagic
Okay, so Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort are so tight and star in so many movies with each other that you could basically call any time they're out together a reunion. But the two really broke our shipper hearts when they came out to unveil a replica of their beloved Amsterdam bench from "The Fault In Our Stars" on the Fox Studios lot.
Luke and Lorelei
Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson reunited at this year's ATX television festival, along with the rest of the "Gilmore Girls" cast. Also, they're both pretty sure Luke and Lorelei are totally married now.
Jack and Rose
These days the star-crossed lovers from the "Titanic" frequently cross paths at award ceremonies, such as the 69th annual Golden Globes in 2012 (above).Every time we see them together, "My Heart Will Go On" starts playing in our heads.
Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers
During Hayley Atwell's epic Dubsmash War with Clark Gregg and the rest of the cast of "Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.," she and co-star James D'Arcy brought out the big guns -- in other words, Chris Evans' arms.
Cher and JoshGetty Images
Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd came together at a screening of Rudd's movie, "Our Idiot Brother." It had us, like, totally buggin'.
Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley
Lady Crawley (Michelle Dockrey) may have lost her husband last season on "Downton Abbey," but luckily she found him again at this year's BAFTA party.
Shawn and AngelaDisney Channel/Ron Tom
Trina McGee and Rider Strong, our other favorite couple from "Boy Meets World" met one another again in a heartbreaking episode of "Girl Meets World" this past season.
JD and TurkNBC
Sure, JD ended up with Elliot and Turk married Carla, but let's be real -- their broship is the true OTP of that show, and it was excellent to see them sipping Appletinis together in an episode of "Undateable."