Just out of pure entertainment, and because I know you have spent sleepless nights wondering, I decided to share with you my top five television crushes.
(Warning: These are random. I am not a typical girl.)
Brandon Walsh (Beverly Hills, 90210)
Oh, Brandon, Brandon, Brandon. The nicest boy in Beverly Hills. This Minnesota native is just an honest, wholesome boy-next-door who can make your heart melt with a smile, but also race with a kiss. What girl wouldn't want to gaze into those liquid blue eyes all day? Plus, he just wants to do the right thing, gosh darn it. In Every Freaking Episode. Because all that matters in life is that everything is fair. Sigh.
Bonus: His family is rich.
Drawback: Would you be able to concentrate on Mr. Nice Guy when his hot bad-ass friend Dylan is around?
Jack Tripper (Three's Company)
This adorable chef is so goofy and hilarious. I've seen every single episode of this show (my parents own the DVD collection) and in each one Jack makes me giggle like a 13-year-old school girl. How can someone so handsome and funny be such a sweetheart? Well, it helps that in real life the actor, John Ritter, was said to be pretty comparable to his famous character. So not much acting was required. That makes me love Jack Tripper even more!
Bonus: He's a man who COOKS. Need I say more?
Drawback: He lives with two gorgeous girls.
Mike Delfino (Desperate Housewives)
Forget the gossip. Forget the fact that Gabrielle Solis is my soulmate. Forget the delicious scandals. Mike Delfino is the main reason I want to move to Wisteria Lane. Move over, Susan. He's mine. Well, in my dreams. Haha. But since I can't be on the show, I guess she can have him. But what a lucky, lucky woman she is. I personally don't see what harm there would be in letting him do each episode shirtless. But apparently ABC doesn't agree and they've ignored my petition. Shame on them.
Bonus: He will never cheat on you.
Drawback: He's a plumber.
Jim Halpert (The Office)
Every time this paper salesman gives a wary or amused glance to the camera, our eyes meet and my heart skips a beat. He's the most normal guy at Dunder Mifflin and probably one of the silliest and cutest guys on television these days in general. And puh-lease, don't tell me you haven't spent restless nights fantasizing that it was you, not HER, he was marrying...right? You have done that? Right???
Bonus: Your parents will love him.
Andy Griffith (The Andy Griffith Show)
Don't laugh. I know he's like a bazillion years old right now, but back in 1962 this guy was quite the catch. Plus, who wouldn't want to cuddle on the porch with a dashing southern gentleman, while he plays the guitar and Aunt Bea brings you a cup of freshly squeezed lemonade?
Bonus: He has an adorable and well-behaved son named Opie. If you're going to be a stepmother, that's the kid you want.
Drawback: Andy's closest companion, Barney, is kind of a nut job.
So what television studs (or female hotties) are YOU crushing on?