'Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke and Kit Harrington Hang Out & More TV Co-Stars Whose Friendships We Love

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A few days ago, Emilia Clarke and Kit Harrington, who play Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, respectively, on HBO's Game of Throneswere seen hanging out together outside of Westeros, and the Internet exploded. Besides the fact that it's a thrill anytime we see Thrones stars out of costume, it's awesome to find out that our favorite TV stars actually get along. Theirs isn't the first real-life friendship between TV co-stars that we're excited exists, though - read on for 5 more we love. 

Friends Forever

A few days ago, Emilia Clarke and Kit Harrington, who play Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, respectively, on HBO's Game of Throneswere seen hanging out together outside of Westeros, and the Internet exploded. Besides the fact that it's a thrill anytime we see Thrones stars out of costume, it's awesome to find out that our favorite TV stars actually get along. Theirs isn't the first real-life friendship between TV co-stars that we're excited exists, though - read on for 5 more we love. 

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul

Are any current TV co-stars more in love than Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul? The Breaking Bad stars are practically inseparable at awards shows and premieres, and in interviews, they spend more time praising each other than talking about themselves. Their show may end this fall, but their friendship will (hopefully) live on forever.

The entire cast of 'Friends'

It's hard to believe that it's been nine years since Friends went off the air, but thankfully, frequent reunions between the show's cast have kept our love for the series alive. We all know that Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox are friends, but it's great when Cox and Lisa Kudrow, or Aniston and Matthew Perry, or Kudrow and Matt LeBlanc remind us that those close-knit bonds weren't totally faked for TV.

John Stamos and Lori Loughlin

It's wonderful that all of the Full House gang (except for the Olsen twins, of course) are friends in real life, but it's especially heartwarming to see Stamos and Loughlin, who played married couple Jesse and Becky on the show, together so frequently. The duo recently reunited on Fallon, where Loughlin kissed Stamos after his Full House band, Jesse and the Rippers, reunited onstage. Swoon.

Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak

On The Office, Kaling and Novak's characters had a tumultuous relationship, but in real life, their friendship couldn't be sweeter. The duo met when writing for and acting on the NBC comedy, and began an on-again, off-again romance for several years. Now, though, it seems they've settled into a close friendship, a disappointment to fans but probably a necessary move; Novak is a consulting producer on Kaling's hit show, The Mindy Project, and has appeared in several episodes, and starting a romance up again might make for some uncomfortable days at work.

Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton

The actors responsible for the best marriage ever on TV may not be quite as close in real life, but they do have a friendship that makes us very, very happy. If you need any proof, this EW article should clear up any doubts: they talk about drinking champagne together, discuss 3 a.m. phone calls, and call each other "Sugar." Full hearts, indeed.