What Cool TV Girlfriend Are You?

Zoe Samuel

Do your families approve of your relationship?

Do your partners let you get away with things?

How passionate are you in the bedroom together?

Are you the leading light in the relationship?

Do they ever push you around?

Is sex or friendship more important in your relationship?

Do they support your career goals?

Do you work together?

Could you live together?

Do you like their friends?

How do you feel about their family?

What is your number one fear for their future?

How tolerant are you of their flaws?

Do you ennoble each other?

Do you feel like it was fate?

Is it better to be single than with the wrong person?

Have you ever yelled at them for their own good?

Are you embarrassed by them sometimes?

How did you meet?

Do you think you are a good girlfriend?

When there's nothing to do, how do you like to hang out?

Do you cook together?

Do you like most of the same books and movies?

Would you let them style you for an event?

Should they fully trust your fidelity?

When you fight, what sort of fight is it?

Do you dress alike?

Do you approve of their career choice?

Are you in this for the long haul?

What's your number one deal-breaker?

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About This Quiz

We've all seen a couple on TV that makes us think to ourselves, "That's what I want." Indeed, even when a couple is fairly dysfunctional or simply doomed by the troubles of a world filled with strife, a lot of television duos contain at least one woman who inspires us with her integrity, her passion, her smarts, or simply her totally stylin' wardrobe.

The history of TV is replete with fabulous girlfriends. Some of them are like the ferocious and feisty Rachel Zane of "Suits," who never lets her boo get away with anything, overcomes her own fears, and is proud of her biracial heritage. Some of them are like the quiet and loving Tara from "Buffy," who always stands by her woman but never at the cost of her own integrity. 

Some are like the world-conquering Queen of Meereen (and perhaps one day, Westeros), Danaerys Stormborn herself, who demands a great deal from the men in her life, including that their goals are always secondary to hers.  Other girlfriends are not the ones from romantic relationships, but the ones who put the "friend" in girlfriend.

Whatever sort of girlfriend you are, there's a TV model for you to look to for representation. Which is yours?

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