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TV First Kisses

posted by Nell Minow

A Valentine for my readers — this YouTube compilation of 10 great first kisses from recent television series, including “The O.C,” “One Tree Hill,” “Veronica Mars,” and “Gilmore Girls.”



  • John

    Thank you for putting this together!! There is nothing better than a sweet tender thrilling innocent kiss, and all of your choices reflect the wonder and unforgettable charm of it. WOW! XXXX to you!

  • jestrfyl

    I think one of the greatest first kisses on TV, though not a first kiss for either character, is when Kirk and Uhuru were compelled to kiss by a hypercontrolling alien. There was even in their resistance a release from their otherwise thinly cloaked infatuation and desire. This one moment caused some relief from over-pent inter-racial anxiety. It was a wondrous moment, betraying the notion that Star Trek was both a prophetic work as well as a romantic fantasy for guys.

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