Make a list of all the characters in your icons. (Although you may have more than one icon of a single character, they only go on the list once.) Alphabetize it. Take the first two people on the list; that's your first pairing. Second two people; second pairing. etc.
I mis-applied the rules once or twice, so these results are not all strictly accurate, but having discovered them, some were too tempting to drop.
- J S Bach and Sherlock Holmes (Jeremy Brett).
I suspect Mycroft would be more Johann Sebastian's cantata of coffee, but I imagine the Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin would help things along, and The Well Tempered Cocaine-Bottle could be fun, too.
- The Doctor (Tom Baker) and Kim and Aggie (from How Clean Is Your House).
Let's be honest: this isn't a relationship, it's a Dead Ringers sketch.
Kim: Doctor, there are so many rooms here, when did you last clean any of them?
The Doctor: Oh, I think it must have been sometime in the last 800 years or so.
Aggie: Well, Doctor, the results are back from the lab. I can tell you that we've found traces of crystals from Metebelis Three. Now these can be very dangerous ...
The Doctor: Would you like a jelly baby? They're very good, you know.
- Vila and Wally.
A stable relationship, mainly because neither character could be bothered to change that. There might be the occasional discussion about whose turn it is to refill the coffee. They could have a wild time gambling in Vegas, if they could make the effort for the trip.
- The Wire and Harold Zidler (from Moulin Rouge).
The opposite of the previous one, perhaps the ultimate high-energy relationship. But I think it would end with a bang and a whimper.