Looking for love in all the wrong and right places
By Mekeisha Madden Toby Special to MSN TV
Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli seemed like the perfect TV boyfriend once upon a
time. His leather-jacket coolness, pompadour and groovy catchphrases "Ayyy"
and "Sit on it" gave girls -- ... more and probably a few boys -- goose bumps when
watching "Happy Days." But times have changed, and we want
more from our dreamy, small-screen beaus than promises of endless motorcycle
rides and burgers at Arnold's. We want smart, funny, charming men who inspire
us, understand us and accept us for who we are. Just like in real life, the
challenge is separating the winners from the losers. In honor of the Fonz, we
give the thumbs-up to winsome dudes such as Will Schuester on "Glee" and the thumbs-down to womanizers like Don Draper of "Mad
Men" fame. Read on for an extended list of TV's best and worst boyfriends.