They´re known for causing nothing but trouble, but we love them anyway! Check out our gallery for some of the most memorable TV neighbors! Don´t worry, we´ve saved the best for last!
How can you not remember "ALF´s" curious neighbor? "Raquel" nearly exposed "ALF" for who he really was after coming face to face with our beloved extraterrestrial, but as we already know, "ALF" is known for getting himself out of sticky situations.
"Winnie Cooper" is the typical girl next door. Throughout the course of six seasons, audiences witness "Kevin" and "Winnie´s" on and off relationship in which they were always left smiling in the end.
"Steve Urkel" can be considered one of the most memorable TV neighbors of all time. The witty, yet extremely annoying neighbor quickly became the star of Family Matters. Thinking back, all most fans can remember is "Urkel´s" famous catch phrase: "Did I do that?". Moving on to our next neighbor who also hides behind picket fences...
One of the most secretive neighbors in TV history has to be "Wilson" from Home Improvement. "Tim Taylor´s" neighbor always seems to be able to dish out advice through his picket fence, even though we never get to see his actual face. Our next star is a barkeeper, who one reluctant nerd falls in love with...
Ahh. Who can forget the lovely "Penny" from the The Big Bang Theory? She quickly won "Leonard´s" heart after moving in right next door to the group of University scientists.
Annoying neighbors are already hard to deal with, but what if they were your parents? Well this was "Raymond´s" problem in the show Everybody Loves Raymond. Due to the fact the his parents would constantly stop by unannounced, "Raymond" and his wife would continuously get into fights with his relatives being right next door.
They are considered some of the most famous neighbors of all time. "Lynette", "Bree", "Gabby" and "Susan" were always seen causing a ruckus on "Winsteria Lane". Nevertheless, the girls showed us how quickly a neighbor could become a close friend and with their weekly poker nights and coffee get-togethers, they were able to show audiences everywhere that the life of a house wife could be an interesting one. Check out our next slide for even more famous neighbors...
"Monica", "Rachel", "Phoebe", "Chandler", "Ross" and "Joey" are the neighbors that made the show Friends so great! They are the pure definition of great neighbors and great friends!
"Marcy" was always the one badgering "Al Bundy" in Married... With Children. Not only was she the family neighbor, but she was also "Peggy´s" best friend. Even though the two were bitter enemies, "Peggy´s" husband "Jefferson" got along quite well with "Al".
What would The Flintstones be without their neighbors the "Rubbles"? "Fred" and "Wilma" are the perfect compliments to their neighbors "Betty" and "Barney". Together, the two families go on wild and crazy adventures which make the show one of the best animated shows of it´s time.
"Rose" and her girly nature stalked her all the way to the top during her time in Two And A Half Men. After "Charlie" and "Rose´s" one night stand, "Rose" can´t seem to cope with her feelings and begins to stalk the main protagonist, "Charlie". The two eventually decide to settle their differences and become close friends. She begins to take care of "Jake" and even forms a good relationship with "Charlie´s" mother "Evelyn". Sadly, it doesn´t end very well for "Charlie" though...
"Cosmo Kramer" is probably what most people consider a nightmare. He eats your food, he uses your TV when you´re not around and he constantly loses your stuff. Sadly, Seinfeld never could get rid of his pesky neighbor.
The show Full House would only be half as funny if it weren´t for the family neighbor "Kimmy Gibbler". Considered to be "D.J.´s" best friend, the two were always seen causing shenanigans around the "Tanner" household.
What would our 2 Broke Girls be without their neighbor "Sophie"? She is known for getting the two girls out of sticky situations with the help of an occasional check or job offer. She is known for her glamorous performances at the diner and it is there where she meets her future husband "Olek". The two can be considered one of the most flashy TV couples out there, which they make "Max" and "Caroline" constantly aware of that fact throughout the series.