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  • Roy Anderson on Random Most Memorable Ex-Boyfriends In TV History

    (#13) Roy Anderson

    • The Office

    Roy from The Office is the perfect archetype of an ex-boyfriend. He gave you just enough glimpses of why Pam would stay with him, and plenty of signs for why he wasn't right for her. 

  • David Puddy on Random Most Memorable Ex-Boyfriends In TV History

    (#8) David Puddy

    • Seinfeld

    As Elaine Benes's on-again, off-again boyfriend on Seinfeld, Puddy kept coming in and out of the show, but there was always something new about him each time he appeared. Plus, he was a really big New Jersey Devils fan! 

  • Michael Kelso on Random Most Memorable Ex-Boyfriends In TV History

    (#5) Michael Kelso

    • That '70s Show

    That '70s Show's dopey man-child Michael Kelso was the boyfriend to Jackie Burkhart even though they had multiple breakups (although both characters were jealous whenever the other was seeing somebody else). As an ex-boyfriend in real life, Kelso would be unbearable, but on a half-hour sitcom, he was highly entertaining. 

  • Ryan Howard on Random Most Memorable Ex-Boyfriends In TV History

    (#15) Ryan Howard

    • The Office, The Office: Subtle Sexuality, The Office: The Girl Next Door, The Office: The 3rd Floor

    The Office's Ryan Howard is the best at being the worst ex-boyfriend. He stayed in Kelly Kapoor's head throughout the series' run, whether he was employed at Dunder Mifflin, in prison, or even in the country. 

  • Axl Heck on Random Most Memorable Ex-Boyfriends In TV History

    (#16) Axl Heck

    • The Middle

    The Heck family's oldest son on The Middle had his fair share of girlfriends during the show's nine seasons and all of them would be recurring characters and on good terms with him. If that doesn't make him good ex-boyfriend material, what would? 

  • Andy Dwyer on Random Most Memorable Ex-Boyfriends In TV History

    (#2) Andy Dwyer

    • Parks and Recreation

    Parks and Recreation's Andy Dwyer went from loser ex-boyfriend of Ann Perkins to perfect husband of April Ludgate. His dim-witted demeanor actually kept him from being a completely unlikeable character during in the early seasons of the show when he lived in a pit to be closer to Ann.

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Breaking Up is almost a necessary part of the long journey of love; but breaking up also requires art, from the moment you break up to the brave step into a new relationship, is an irreplaceable experience in life. When the end of the relationship, how to extract the courage to wave goodbye, the pain of the past, no longer wax torch ashes, tears began to dry.

After the breakup, your ex-boyfriend became an unforgettable memory. In this random generator tool, we collated 18 entries and took a look at some of the most memorable exes in the history of television. With this tool, you can see things like Steve Harrington, Andy Dwyer, Joey Tribbiani, Ross Geller, Michael Kelso, etc.. Do you have any idea what classic TV shows they’re from?

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