History DieForOurShip / LiveActionTV

23rd May '16 2:41:12 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* The official couple of ''{{Garo}}'' is Kouga/Kaoru, which leads to dislike of both for different reasons. On one side, Kouga gets some hate from those who would rather pair Kaoru with Leo or Rei, on account of [[spoiler:his initially using her as bait for Horrors, not telling her that she was going to die, and then in the second series not telling her that ''he'' was going to die.]] On the other, Kaoru gets bashing for being weak/inadequate/supposedly not good enough to be the hero's love interest, especially since [[{{Badass}} Jabi]] had feelings for him as well.

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* The official couple of ''{{Garo}}'' ''Series/{{Garo}}'' is Kouga/Kaoru, which leads to dislike of both for different reasons. On one side, Kouga gets some hate from those who would rather pair Kaoru with Leo or Rei, on account of [[spoiler:his initially using her as bait for Horrors, not telling her that she was going to die, and then in the second series not telling her that ''he'' was going to die.]] On the other, Kaoru gets bashing for being weak/inadequate/supposedly not good enough to be the hero's love interest, especially since [[{{Badass}} Jabi]] had feelings for him as well.
18th May '16 8:20:35 AM LondonKdS
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** Due to the amount of FoeYay in the series, there is a good portion of the fandom that would love to see The Doctor end up with TheMaster. Never mind the fact that The Master really enjoys making The Doctor suffer as much as possible and them being arch-enemies. The new series hasn't helped by, among other things, [[spoiler: introducing a '''female''' Master (Missy) in Series 8 who seems to have a one-sided crush on the Doctor, though in Series 9 she claims it's the continuation of a strange friendship that humans cannot understand rather than romantic love]].

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** Due to the amount of FoeYay in the series, there is a good portion of the fandom that would love to see The the Doctor end up with TheMaster. [[TheMaster the Master]]. Never mind the fact that The the Master really enjoys making The the Doctor suffer as much as possible and them being arch-enemies. The new series hasn't helped by, among other things, [[spoiler: introducing a '''female''' Master (Missy) in Series 8 who seems to have a one-sided crush on the Doctor, though in Series 9 she claims it's the continuation of a strange friendship that humans cannot understand rather than romantic love]].
10th May '16 11:13:57 PM erforce
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* Riley of ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'' catches an inordinate amount of hate from the fandom, and she's only been around for a few episodes. Her crime? Being a ''possible'' future love interest for John who ''may'' get in the way of the popular Cameron/John ship.

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* Riley of ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'' ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' catches an inordinate amount of hate from the fandom, and she's only been around for a few episodes. Her crime? Being a ''possible'' future love interest for John who ''may'' get in the way of the popular Cameron/John ship.
1st Apr '16 5:47:55 AM hollygoolightly
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* The girls who have been teased romantically with either Stiles or Derek of ''Series/TeenWolf'' have received resentment from the more vocal Sterek (Stiles/Derek) shippers. These include Lydia (Stiles' intense crush), Jennifer (who slept with Derek), and Heather and Caitlin (who kissed Stiles). The latest in this list are Malia, who was very unpopular with both Sterek and Stydia (Stiles/Lydia) shippers after she made out/possibly slept with (it's ambiguous) Stiles and became his girlfriend, and Braeden, who entered into a relationship with Derek. After Derek left at the end of Season 4, hatred for Braeden largely cooled down, but the ShipToShipCombat between Stydia and Stalia (Stiles/Malia) fans continues unabated. The lone man singled out for DieForOurShip treatment is Deputy Parrish, who has a supernatural connection with Lydia, and is her first serious potential love interest since Season 3. Stydia shippers regularly turn him into RonTheDeathEater, which is especially hilarious given that Parrish is quite literally the equivalent of a BigFriendlyDog.

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* ''Series/TeenWolf'': The girls who have been teased romantically with either Stiles or Derek of ''Series/TeenWolf'' have received resentment from the more vocal Sterek (Stiles/Derek) shippers. These include Lydia (Stiles' intense crush), Jennifer (who slept with Derek), and Heather and Caitlin (who kissed Stiles). The latest in on this list are Malia, who was very unpopular with both Sterek and Stydia (Stiles/Lydia) shippers after she made out/possibly slept with (it's ambiguous) Stiles and became his girlfriend, and Braeden, who entered into a relationship with Derek. After Derek left at the end of Season 4, hatred for Braeden largely cooled down, but the ShipToShipCombat between Stydia and Stalia (Stiles/Malia) fans continues unabated.
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The lone man singled out for DieForOurShip treatment is Deputy Parrish, who has a supernatural connection with Lydia, and is her first serious potential love interest since Season 3. Stydia shippers regularly turn him into RonTheDeathEater, which is especially hilarious given that Parrish is quite literally the equivalent of a BigFriendlyDog.
31st Mar '16 5:00:27 PM hollygoolightly
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* The girls who have been teased romantically with either Stiles or Derek of ''Series/TeenWolf'' have received resentment from the more vocal Sterek (Stiles/Derek) shippers. These include Lydia (Stiles' intense crush), Jennifer (who slept with Derek), and Heather and Caitlin (who kissed Stiles). The latest in this list are Malia, who was very unpopular with both Sterek and Stydia (Stiles/Lydia) shippers after she made out/possibly slept with (it's ambiguous) Stiles and became his girlfriend, and Braeden, who entered into a relationship with Derek.

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* The girls who have been teased romantically with either Stiles or Derek of ''Series/TeenWolf'' have received resentment from the more vocal Sterek (Stiles/Derek) shippers. These include Lydia (Stiles' intense crush), Jennifer (who slept with Derek), and Heather and Caitlin (who kissed Stiles). The latest in this list are Malia, who was very unpopular with both Sterek and Stydia (Stiles/Lydia) shippers after she made out/possibly slept with (it's ambiguous) Stiles and became his girlfriend, and Braeden, who entered into a relationship with Derek. After Derek left at the end of Season 4, hatred for Braeden largely cooled down, but the ShipToShipCombat between Stydia and Stalia (Stiles/Malia) fans continues unabated. The lone man singled out for DieForOurShip treatment is Deputy Parrish, who has a supernatural connection with Lydia, and is her first serious potential love interest since Season 3. Stydia shippers regularly turn him into RonTheDeathEater, which is especially hilarious given that Parrish is quite literally the equivalent of a BigFriendlyDog.
27th Mar '16 5:40:28 PM nombretomado
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* Fan reaction towards Lavinia Swire and Sir Richard Carlisle was mixed in the second series of ''DowntonAbbey''. Despite Carlisle being the one of more questionable morals, Lavinia is the one that received the most dislike and in the end had to [[spoiler: die from Spanish Flu]] for the good of the Mary/Matthew ship. What made it most unbearable for non-shippers who liked Lavinia was the Christmas special when she sends a message from [[spoiler: beyond the grave through a Ouija board]] that she wants them to be happy.

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* Fan reaction towards Lavinia Swire and Sir Richard Carlisle was mixed in the second series of ''DowntonAbbey''.''Series/DowntonAbbey''. Despite Carlisle being the one of more questionable morals, Lavinia is the one that received the most dislike and in the end had to [[spoiler: die from Spanish Flu]] for the good of the Mary/Matthew ship. What made it most unbearable for non-shippers who liked Lavinia was the Christmas special when she sends a message from [[spoiler: beyond the grave through a Ouija board]] that she wants them to be happy.
19th Mar '16 1:54:18 AM Hossmeister
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6th Feb '16 11:04:39 PM nombretomado
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* Sometimes this thing happens very nebulously when there are no true factions, especially in non-hardcore fandoms like those of sitcoms. Example: on ''{{Frasier}}'', most [[AmicablyDivorced Frasier/Lilith]] and [[BetterAsFriends Frasier/Roz]] shippers think [[LastMinuteHookup Frasier/Charlotte]] was a terrible pairing. On the other hand, they don't hate each other much at all. And then there's a group of fans, who have a small overlap with both the Frasier/Lilith crowd and the Frasier/Roz crowd, who commit themselves to despising every single GirlOfTheWeek Frasier has. Then there's those who think both the Frasier/Lilithers and the Frasier/Rozers are deluding themselves and take the potential of Frasier's [[ForegoneConclusion obviously doomed]] girls of the week too seriously, (especially Claire). It's nigh impossible to get any sort of lock on what the majority of the viewers is gunning for. Then again, Frasier was never part of the show's OfficialCouple anyway...

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* Sometimes this thing happens very nebulously when there are no true factions, especially in non-hardcore fandoms like those of sitcoms. Example: on ''{{Frasier}}'', ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', most [[AmicablyDivorced Frasier/Lilith]] and [[BetterAsFriends Frasier/Roz]] shippers think [[LastMinuteHookup Frasier/Charlotte]] was a terrible pairing. On the other hand, they don't hate each other much at all. And then there's a group of fans, who have a small overlap with both the Frasier/Lilith crowd and the Frasier/Roz crowd, who commit themselves to despising every single GirlOfTheWeek Frasier has. Then there's those who think both the Frasier/Lilithers and the Frasier/Rozers are deluding themselves and take the potential of Frasier's [[ForegoneConclusion obviously doomed]] girls of the week too seriously, (especially Claire). It's nigh impossible to get any sort of lock on what the majority of the viewers is gunning for. Then again, Frasier was never part of the show's OfficialCouple anyway...
2nd Jan '16 12:40:04 PM Sapphirea2
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** In fact, though he's reluctant to be a "boyfriend" and HatesBeingTouched, tender subtext and chemistry continued into the Twelfth Doctor and Clara's relationship even as she took up a romance with Danny Pink central to the Series 8 story arc. After [[spoiler: Danny was effectively killed three times over]], over the 2014 Christmas special and Series 9 they truly became PlatonicLifePartners. There is a smaller-but-devoted anti-River Song and anti-Danny Pink crowd that supports the 12/Clara pairing, and suffice it to say this group was '''not''' happy to learn that River Song was appearing in the 2015 Christmas special...right after Clara departed at the end of the season. In that final stretch, [[spoiler: Clara is Killed Off For Real; he manages to rescue her from the moment of her death, but this threatens to ''tear apart the universe''. Both realize they '''cannot''' stay together because their relationship is too strong for everyone else's health! His mind ends up wiped of memories of her, though not of their adventures, and they go separate ways]].

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** In fact, though he's Although the Twelfth Doctor is reluctant to be a "boyfriend" and HatesBeingTouched, tender subtext and chemistry continued into the Twelfth Doctor with his and Clara's relationship even as she took up a romance with Danny Pink central to the Series 8 story arc. After [[spoiler: Danny was effectively killed three times over]], over the 2014 Christmas special and Series 9 they truly became PlatonicLifePartners. There is a smaller-but-devoted anti-River Song and anti-Danny Pink crowd that supports the 12/Clara pairing, and suffice it to say this group was '''not''' happy to learn that River Song was appearing in the 2015 Christmas special...right after Clara departed at the end of the season. In that final stretch, The circumstances of all this turned out to be as follows: [[spoiler: Clara is Killed Off For Real; he manages to rescue rescues her from the moment of her death, but this threatens to ''tear apart the universe''. Both realize they '''cannot''' stay together because their relationship is too strong for everyone else's health! love brings out the worst in each other. His mind ends up wiped of memories of her, though not of their adventures, and they go separate ways]].ways. After this, having accepted that all happiness ends sometime, he becomes the Doctor who spends a last night with River Song at the Singing Towers of Darillium...a night that lasts '''twenty-four years''']].
27th Dec '15 2:29:07 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Skins}}'', the UK version, has this with Michelle, for getting in the way of everyone's {{OTP}}, Sid/Cassie. Even when it was clear from the start that Michelle was Sid's RomanticFalseLead. It got particularly bad in Season 2 when [[spoiler: Sid and Michelle actually were together for a short while, though with it still clear that their true loves were Cassie and Tony, respectively]]. People started accusing Michelle of being a "slut," even when Cassie was ''actually'' engaging in some extremely promiscuous behavior. In Season 3, JJ also got some hate from the Naomily shippers when he slept with Emily, though it was minimal - probably helped by the fact that ''Skins'' writers had learned their lesson and made it even more abundantly clear that Emily/JJ wasn't going anywhere. (Emily comes out to him as gay at the beginning of the episode, and right before they sleep together, she tells him it's a "one-time-only charity event.")

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* ''{{Skins}}'', ''Series/{{Skins}}'', the UK version, has this with Michelle, for getting in the way of everyone's {{OTP}}, Sid/Cassie. Even when it was clear from the start that Michelle was Sid's RomanticFalseLead. It got particularly bad in Season 2 when [[spoiler: Sid and Michelle actually were together for a short while, though with it still clear that their true loves were Cassie and Tony, respectively]]. People started accusing Michelle of being a "slut," even when Cassie was ''actually'' engaging in some extremely promiscuous behavior. In Season 3, JJ also got some hate from the Naomily shippers when he slept with Emily, though it was minimal - probably helped by the fact that ''Skins'' writers had learned their lesson and made it even more abundantly clear that Emily/JJ wasn't going anywhere. (Emily comes out to him as gay at the beginning of the episode, and right before they sleep together, she tells him it's a "one-time-only charity event.")
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