13 Partners in TV Crime: Choose Your Favorite!

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TV is filled with characters who like to get into a little mischief now and again. 

These 13 duos come together whether they're on the right side of the law ... or not. 

Not all of them are in a relationship, but when they work together, they get $hit done. 

Have a look below. 

1. Sherlock & Joan - Elementary

Sherlock & Joan - Elementary
Sherlock and Joan solve crimes on the CBS procedural drama, and they do it very well. They're probably one of the best partners in crime on the small screen.

2. Lucious and Cookie - Empire

Lucious and Cookie - Empire
These two hate each other most of the time, but the moment their family or company is in peril, they will get themselves into lots of trouble just to keep everyone close to them safe.

3. Veronica and Keith - Veronica Mars

Veronica and Keith  - Veronica Mars
This father and daughter duo solve crimes in the terrible town of Neptune, and they're very good at it. They always get into scary situations, but somehow come out the other side in one piece.

4. Murphy and Emori - The 100

Murphy and Emori - The 100
Murphy and Emori could be fighting one minute and then helping each other the next. It's tiring, but it shows that they can have fun ... even at the end of the world.

5. Raj and Howard - The Big Bang Theory

Raj and Howard - The Big Bang Theory
These friends get into some of the craziest situations, but their friendship is always stronger when they save themselves.

6. Jessica and Trish - Jessica Jones

Jessica and Trish - Jessica Jones
They were best friends, they argued a lot of the time, but one thing is for certain: They were perfect when it came to solving mysteries.

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