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Which TV couple defines your “work spouse” relationship?

To commemorate Valentine's Day, we're honoring some of the best TV work couples to have graced our screens.

To commemorate Valentine's Day, we're honoring some of the best platonic TV work couples to have graced our screens. Some of these innocent relationships blossomed into romances, but that's not unlike what happens in real life. A new CareerBuilder survey reveals that more than 1 in 3 (37 percent of) workers have dated a co-worker.

Think of your work spouse as your other half — in the workplace. You confide in each other, you share insider jokes and you always have each other's back. Which of these TV work spouses most resembles your relationship with your work spouse?

Jim & Pam from "The Office"

They may have become actual spouses, but Jim and Pam are the epitome of a great work spouse relationship. They just get each other, and it's obvious to everyone around them. Not only are they playful and share a unique sense of humor, but they can also finish each other's sentences and are supportive of each other no matter what.

Jake and Amy from "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"

Jake and Amy couldn't be more different from each other. She's a teacher's pet and he's always taking the unconventional route and getting in trouble. They balance each other out perfectly because Jake pushes Amy to draw outside the lines sometimes, while she keeps him in line and bails him out of trouble.

Harvey and Donna from "Suits"

Donna may be Harvey's assistant on the hit USA Network show "Suits," but she can be best described as his right hand lady. There's a great deal of inherent faith and trust, which is essentially the foundation of their relationship. Harvey and Donna are like mind readers — they don't even have to say what they're thinking for the other to know what to do. At the end of the day, they both have each other's best interest in mind.

Neil and Peter from "White Collar"

On the surface, this relationship doesn't seem ideal: Peter's an FBI agent and Neil's a criminal-turned C.I. who partners with Peter on cases. The great thing about this relationship is that even though one person (Peter, in this instance) has significantly more power in the relationship, he treats Neil as a partner and often trusts his intuition more than his own.

Castle and Beckett from "Castle"

Beckett, a detective, and Castle, a mystery writer who helps the NYPD solve cases, started their working relationship off on the wrong foot because he was always getting in the way. But as they spent more time working together, they became inseparable. Both have very different skill sets, and once they learned to rely on each other's strengths, they used team effort to break even the toughest of cases.

Mindy and Peter from "The Mindy Project"

Mindy and Peter are the definition of work BFFs. They confide pretty much everything to each other — as in, there are no secrets (even outlandish personal ones) left to tell. There is no such thing as TMI when it comes to this type of work spouse as personal boundaries are pretty much non-existent. From faking an attraction to each other at the holiday party to exchanging up-to-the-minute gossip, they run to each other the minute they receive news that makes them go: "Ex-squeeze me?!"

Mike and Harvey from "Suits"

Not only do Mike and Harvey share a similar penchant for music and movie quotes and jokes, they feed off each other creatively and push each other to be the best. Their claws do come out amidst the cutthroat competition of the legal world, but at the end of the day it's them against the world. They may be brilliant individuals, but as a team they're virtual unstoppable.

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