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His character, Mike Seaver, started dating some girl named Kate, played by Chelsea Noble, who was also big into Christianity.

It was a match made in their unshakable belief in Heaven, and the actors were married the summer before the show’s final season. The Camerons are still married today, so that could be considered an on/off-camera success in terms of relationship longevity, but Kirk Cameron is so annoying about it, refusing to kiss anyone on-camera except his wife, thus forcing anyone who wants to work with him (which, these days, is relegated to a few fundamentalist Christian filmmakers) to either cast her as his love interest or have her body double in kissing scenes with anyone other than his wife. Also, you’d think that anyone who was that happily in love would be open to letting other people find that same happiness with and make those same commitments to their partners, regardless of gender.

Their fictional counterparts certainly had their arguments, but they always made up by the end of the episode.

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Then they broke up, but Billy and Allison were still together. The viewers at home knew all of this at the time, so their scenes as a fake couple had that extra awkward layer of tension, made all the more obvious because Shue was never a good enough actor to close his mouth during a scene, let alone hug his now-ex-girlfriend convincingly.

Thorne-Smith has commented on the weirdness of it all in interviews since, but considering she would go on to spend eight seasons playing Jim Belushi’s romantic interest, she really has no right to complain about her “Melrose” days.

“Alias”: Jennifer Garner’s history of dating her co-stars went back to at least “Felicity,” where she fell in love with Scott Foley.

They married and things seemed great until disaster struck and Garner got a role on another TV show with another male co-star: Michael Vartan.

As it happens, the on/off-screen relationship existed before screens did.

In the 40s, married couple Ozzie and Harriet had their own radio sitcom, “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,” in which they played a married couple named Ozzie and Harriet Nelson.

You don’t have to be a body language expert to think that Bowman, his arms folded protectively over his chest, his eyes dead, horrified or distracted, is not as into this whole thing as Van Camp, who looms over him, lips mashed against his face, sucking with desperate determination. Then again, that could just be a terrible photo, taken at a weird moment.

Perhaps things are just fine between Van Camp and Bowman and dating your co-star is a really terrific idea with no foreseeable downside.

Tonight, “Revenge” returns from its (too-long) hiatus with a crop of new episodes, sure to be full of awesomeness. You see, Emily Van Camp and Josh Bowman, who play engaged couple Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke (she has two names, it’s complicated) and Daniel Grayson, are together off-screen as well. And then we’ll all have to watch their characters in romantic scenes together and think about how awkward that must have been to film.

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