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Top 11 Strangest (Yet Best) Couples

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'''NC (vo):''' Number 2: Homer and Marge from ''The Simpsons''. ''The Simpsons'' are definitely role models for the dysfunctional family, in that... they show exactly how to be a dysfunctional family. And at the center of it is Homer always getting into stupid hair-brained schemes, and Marge always being there trying to rationalize and to keep things together. Both have their very obvious faults, Homer being naive and often very selfish, and Marge being ''too'' protective and not always opening up to the real world. Between them, though, they do show that, within all this insanity, there's a connection that only they can forge. Homer always gets into trouble, and any rational woman would have left him years ago, but Marge sees that very much like a big child, he just doesn't know any better. And when he does make an effort, even if it backfires, she does see that he is trying very hard to make that effort. When he does feel bad that he let somebody down, he feels legitimately sad. Nothing about him is phony, it's just not very intelligent. And for Marge to see that in Homer, especially when most people would leave him in a millisecond, shows a very kind and devoted heart. Does she forgive him too many times? Probably. Does Homer get in more trouble than it's worth? Definitely. But still, at its core, you see a couple that's constantly trying. Why? Because they love each other that much. Neither one ever wants to give up on the effort. Neither one says, "Oh, it's only my spouse, they're not important." Even at times when they're pushed to the breaking point, when they think they might not love each other anymore, all they have to do is look in each other's eyes and realize there was never truly any doubt.
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'''NC (vo):''' Number 2: Homer and Marge from ''The Simpsons''. ''The Simpsons'' are definitely role models for the dysfunctional family, in that they show exactly how to be a dysfunctional family. And at the center of it is Homer always getting into stupid hair-brained schemes, and Marge always being there trying to rationalize and to keep things together.
 
'''Homer:''' ''(embracing Marge)'' Who am I kidding? I love you more than ever!
 
 
'''Marge:''' I love you, too!
 
 
'''Homer:''' Sorry to scare you like that, babe! ''(they kiss)''
 
 
'''NC (vo):''' Their marriage is constantly put into jeopardy, but surprisingly, every time it is, we don't want to see them break apart. Despite all the insane stuff that happens, we do find they work very well together. It is dysfunctional and it is flawed, but there's so much effort, and there's so much caring to try and make it work that you realize that's the most important element in all of this. It's totally ludicrous and doesn't always make a lot of sense, but hey, neither does love all the time. For all the hell that these two have put each other through, you realize the only reason they could stay together must be out of true love.
 
 
'''Homer:''' ''(sighs, as Marge drives)'' I got a problem. Once you stop this car, I'm gonna hug you and kiss you and I'll never be able to let you go.
 
   
 
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