Husband and wife Scott and Catherine Kohanek remember how they met.
93-year-old Paul Wilson tells his daughter Marty Smith about meeting her mother at the building... more.
93-year-old Paul Wilson tells his daughter Marty Smith about meeting her mother at the building where he worked in the ...
Colleen Collins and her husband, Shaun Kaufman, talk about becoming private investigators.
Rebia Mixon-Clay remembers her late husband, Frank Mixon.
Ben Finn, 82, and his wife, Bernice Finn, 79, remember meeting on a blind date... more.
92-year-old Martin Levin tells his granddaughters Jennifer Goebel (L) and Zoe Crowe (R) about a... more.
92-year-old Martin Levin tells his granddaughters Jennifer Goebel (L) and Zoe Crowe (R) about a college classmate he didn't like.
Florence Aaron tells her granddaughter, Julia Pilowsky, about meeting her husband.
Peter Headen and his wife, Jacqueline, tell the story of their 40-year courtship.
Elliot Reiken remembers how he and his identical twin brother, Danny, met and married another... more.
Elliot Reiken remembers how he and his identical twin brother, Danny, met and married another set of identical twins, Hunny (...
Bobbi Cote-Whitacre and her wife, Sandi, talk about their relationship.
Bob Chew talks to his wife, Jo Ann.
Miriam Cruz-Colon and her husband Oscar Colon remember meeting as acting students in 1959.
Walter Sonneborn and Babette, his wife of 67 years, remember the summer they first met.
Andy Linares of Bug Off Pest Control talks about his work.
Tomas Kubrican and his wife, Carol Mittlesteadt, remember how they met.
Newlyweds Anne and George Bleckman remember how they met.
Monique Ferrer remembers her ex-husband, Michael Trinidad, who was killed in the World Trade Center... more.
Mala Fernando tells her daughter Ashanthi Gajaweera about the early days of her marriage in... more.
96-year-old Anna Wise remembers dating her husband in an interview with her daughter, Mary.
Seymour Gottlieb, who has Alzheimer's disease, and his wife, Marcia, talk about their 60-year relationship.