TV's Best Confessions of Love Honors the Three Best Words

By: Andrew Robertson - Published: Jun 29, 2012 • References: vimeo and flavorwire
Throughout the decades, TV fans all over the world have grown attached to the characters they relate to and adore, and the TV's Best Confessions of Love supercut video compiles those times in which audience members truly connect with their favorite characters and share a moment of deep, mutual compassion.

With cult classics like Cheers to more contemporary shows like HBO's Girls, the supercut illustrates that regardless of the era, love and affection is something that appeals to all generations.

From funny to sad to just plain emotional, shows of all genres can find a commonality in their dedication towards the portrayal of real emotions. The secret to a good story, according to Andrew Stanton (writer of Toy Story and Finding Nemo), is to make the audience care. It's precisely those moments when the audience forgets about the fact that they are watching a show and become so involved in the story that they become deeply invested.