Shawn and Gus definitely have a yin and yang thing going in the tradition of the greatest pairs of TV pals - each brings his own vibe and everything just clicks (even when it doesn't). And as long as there's TV, there will be TV best friends, because they come in all flavors: Chandler and Joey, Pacey and Dawson, Jerry and George, Seth and Ryan.
Oh, and ladies, we hope you'll forgive us for picking only male TV twosomes. You know how it is with dudes. You need to humor them. So humor us.
Now, how about it? Which duo do you double? Take the quiz and find out. Then, have your best friend take the quiz and compare results.
The two of you go so far back, that neither of you can really recall where and how you met. There simply isn't a time that you can remember the other not being around. Through everything, the friendship has remained a constant, although you sometimes wonder whether you'd hang had you not known each other for so long, because you don't really have a lot in common . But then you remember that there are tons of people who have lifelong bonds despite their differences -- they're called siblings. Like Gus and Shawn, the two of you are truly brothers from another mother.
Your relationship with your best friend might be titled, 'The One with all the Sarcasm' because you and your best friend are constantly bagging on each other. And despite how it sounds, this isn't a bad thing. It's just how you express your feelings for each other, and there's a lot of affection there. When one of you is in a jam, the other one is the first one on the scene -- and the first one to make fun of it later.
You and your best friend -- you're hyperarticulate, you're loquacious, and you know what those words actually mean in real life. For the two of you, there's no issue that can't be beat to a philosophical pulp, even the existential nature of your own friendship, which has definitely had its ups and downs. Ultimately, however, you always find your way back to each other, mostly because there's no one else that can understand what you're saying without having to look it up in their Funk and Wagnalls.
You and your best friend are positively post-modern -- you like pointing out life's little absurdities almost as much as you enjoy participating in them. Pop culture is your religion - bands, movies, TV -- and some of your other friends may think from time to time that the two of you are hard core geeks. It's a compliment of the highest order as far as you're concerned, confirming again that you're ahead of the curve. They'll come around, but by that time, you and your compadre will be on to something new.