11 Of Our Favorite Fictional Gay Marriages On Film And Television (So Far)
In honor of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of gay marriage, we've rounded up some of the best fictional gay marriages in pop culture.
Kevin and Scotty, 'Brothers & Sisters'
On-again, off-again couple Kevin and Scotty tied the knot in the show's second season. From then on, their relationship wasn't perfect, but it was worth all the drama.
Leon and Scott, 'Roseanne'
In its eighth season, "Roseanne" showed the marriage of recurring character Leon Carp and his boyfriend Scott when Roseanne agreed to plan the event. But more importantly, the wedding was a big moment for television given that the episode aired in 1995.
Susan and Carol, 'Friends'
Airing just one year after the "Roseanne" wedding, Susan and Carol's walk down the aisle probably wasn't the best day for Ross, but it made for a fan-favorite episode of "Friends." (And Ross survived.)
Stanford and Anthony, 'Sex and the City 2'
They had to wait until the second "Sex and the City" film, but Stanford and Anthony were finally given the big, glamorous wedding that they deserved.
Kurt and Blaine and Brittany and Santana, 'Glee'
The only thing better than one marriage is two, and leave it to "Glee" to marry Kurt and Blaine AND Santana and Brittany in one unforgettable ceremony.
Callie and Arizona, 'Grey's Anatomy'
In the seventh season of "Grey's Anatomy," Callie and Arizona said "I do" in a beautiful ceremony performed by none other than Miranda Bailey. Sure, they had to split screen time with Meredith and Derek's wedding, but they didn't seem to mind.
Cyrus and James, 'Scandal'
Cyrus and James had a complicated marriage, to say the least. But at the end of the day, they loved each other, and that's what made it worth watching. (We miss you, James.)
Cameron and Mitchell, 'Modern Family'
Five seasons into "Modern Family," Cameron and Mitchell made their union official with a wedding ceremony that wasn't seamless, but it was pretty darn perfect.
Stefon and Seth, 'Saturday Night Live'
What better way to send off Seth Meyers than to have the love of his life, Stefon, leave Anderson Cooper at the altar to marry him?
David and Keith, 'Six Feet Under'
After five seasons of being on-again and then off-again, David and Keith built a life together with their two adopted sons. However, it wasn't until a flash-forward in the show's series finale that they officially tied the knot.
Jules and Nic, 'The Kids Are All Right'
The couple at the center of the moving 2010 tale is Jules and Nic, and it's their marriage that is tested (and that we're rooting for).
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