While it might be a bummer that a couple of our favorite on screen BFFs are actually enemies off screen, we can cheer up with these co-stars who became real-life best friends after starring alongside each other. Shout out to TV shows for bringing these actors together and creating some of the most adorable off screen relationships!!!!
Remember when they looked like this?! Some of the oldest (and weirdest) best friends, Seth Rogen and James Franco met on the set of Freaks and Geeks in 1999. Since then, they've been pretty much inseparable, writing together, guest starring in each others movies and hosting comedy roasts of one another, like true BFFs.
Bring it on down to Wrappinville!!! The two immediately became best friends when Justin proved his comedic ability on SNL. They've been some of the funniest friends ever since. My favorite part of this friendship is when they're both on SNL, but neither one can keep a straight face during their sketches together.
You've got to be best friends to do such a spot on impression.
I'm telling you, this is the original bromance (hot tub, glass of wine...amirite?). They might be the best example of on screen and off screen BFFs. On screen, they're roommates and co-workers, off screen they're in each other's weddings.
Amy and Tina are #friendshipgoals and #careergoals for me. Imagine being successful enough that you and your best friend could just spend time making funny movies and shows together. I also just read somewhere that Tina wants her two daughters to marry Amy's two sons, meaning this friendship is going to last a lot longer. Thank God.
Without a doubt my favorite celebrity friendship!! The dysfunction in Ryan and Kelly's relationship on The Office definitely doesn't exist in BJ Novak and Mindy Kaling's real life relationship. Their friendship is so perfect that they're writing a book about it together. I personally hope they end up getting married (they have dated before), nothing would make Kelly Kapoor happier.