%%* '''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints:''' Both Shandala's adoptive parents--Mama and Papa Tui--and her biological parents - [[spoiler: Lear Dunham and [[TheGhost Mariko]] ]] - have marriages like this
%%* DCNation tends to run with this, despite being based on Franchise/TheDCU, with the Garricks and the Dibnys being the examples other heroes aspire to.
* [[RuleOfFunny In a world where the Critic was never born]], WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick would have been a sweet, well-adjusted, hugely successful director with a baby and a husband.
* Persephone and Hades in ''Literature/ThaliasMusings''. Persephone faked her own abduction to [[MarryForLove elope with Hades]] against [[MyBelovedSmother Demeter's]] [[ParentalMarriageVeto orders]].
* Vlogger and [[RealLife musician]] Robert (aka [[http://www.youtube.com/user/rpeek rpeek]]) and his wife Trish are an adorable, goofy, happily married [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgbnSW0z9RY&feature=relmfu couple of cut-ups]].
* Several parents of Team Kimba in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse. Chaka's parents are still happy together even with five kids, the oldest of which is about college age. Tennyo's parents have been together ever since they met while both working [[spoiler: as mutant agents for the C.I.A.]] Phase's parents are in their fifties with about six kids and still together, even though Phase's father runs Goodkind International and is the richest man on the planet.
* Literature/TheJournalEntries contain a surprising number of these, considering most of the characters are immortal bisexuals who either don't have a real concept of monogamy or abandoned it long ago [[note]] (the stable, core character grouping is actually a trio, one of whom is a male exclusive homosexual, which doesn't stop him from having occasional sex with females, it just means he doesn't normally do so even if he has been sleeping in the same bed with one for the last 600 years).[[/note]] The implication in universe is that so many characters have stable long-term relationships because the culture does not expect anything specific beyond not being evil; not being able to handle it when your lover beds someone else is seen as a failing on your part.
* Frank and Sadie Doyle in the "Beyond Belief" segments of ''Podcast/TheThrillingAdventureHour'' are very much in love. The only thing they love nearly as much as they love each other [[http://youtu.be/2JZVycJhJYU is a good martini]].
* Two ''WebVideo/GameGrumps''/''WebVideo/SteamTrain'' personalities are married: [[Creator/{{Egoraptor}} Arin Hanson]] to Suzy "Mortem3r" Berhow and Ross O'Donovan to effects artist/Creator/{{Polaris}} Community Manager Holly Conrad.
* Dan and Marc in ''WebOriginal/YouCouldMakeALife'' are a married couple in all but name long before they officially tie the knot. They do face their share of obstacles, but their love for each other always remains the greatest constant in their lives.
%%%%%%%* Scotty and Beulah from ''LooneyTunesIntroBloopers''. They became HappilyMarried in Episode 72.
* [[WebVideo/CartoonDriveThru Deadly Space Action]] features Saige and Orton, who always seem to be happy around each other and do almost everything together as equal partners.
%%%%%%%%%%%%* Ethan and Hila of ''{{WebVideo/H3h3productions}}'' are married and very happy.
* Part of the charm of ''LetsPlay/TheBowlingotterShow'' is seeing how {{Adorkable}} the married hosts, Matt and Lissy, are.
* This is painfully subverted and possibly even deconstructed with ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged''. Goku is a complete and total idiot who disappears at the drop of a hat and only thinks of food and fighting. Unlike his anime counterpart, this causes incredible strain towards his family, especially since he tends to treat Gohan as a non-entity and puts Chi-Chi through incredible strain by his child-like actions. It finally reaches a head with [[Recap/DragonBallZAbridgedM11 "Broly The Legendary Super Saiyan"]], where an exasperated Chi-Chi, having paid Gohan's College tuition through the nose and upset at the fact that Goku both left her and ''doesn't seem to care at all'', tells him that she wants a divorce.
* Rod and Karen, co-hosts of ''Podcast/TheBlackGuyWhoTips'', are high-school sweethearts who have been married since 2002. Their on-air interactions can veer into SickeninglySweetHearts (sometimes on purpose).
* ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'': About four and a half years after they met, Cecil and Carlos get married in episode 100. Although their relationship has had its ups and downs, it's ultimately very stable and loving.