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14th May '16 1:24:12 PM MrWhipple
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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': Much like what happened in "Moonlighting" above - the two leads Creator/NathanFillion and Stana Katic didn't get along despite their onscreen chemistry - it's rumored that Fillion had his contract rewritten so she and Katic only filmed two days together. Eventually Katic was let go, despite being the lead lady allegedly for budget reasons.

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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': Much like what happened in "Moonlighting" above - the two leads Creator/NathanFillion and Stana Katic didn't get along despite their onscreen chemistry - it's rumored that Fillion had his contract rewritten so she and Katic only filmed two days together. Eventually Near the end of season 8, Katic was let go, despite being the lead lady allegedly for budget reasons.reasons, and the series was canceled before it could make it to season 9.
10th May '16 4:35:39 AM ClatoLawa
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* Discussed in-universe in ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfUs''. Evan, a writer, is explaining UnresolvedSexualTension to Gabrielle, giving a number of examples, the last (and, he says, best) of which is Max and 99 from ''Series/GetSmart''. When Gabrielle points out that the two got married, Evan points out that the show wasn't very good afterwards.
6th May '16 12:42:14 AM Doug86
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* Averted on the anime adaptation of ''Anime/DNAngel'' when 3/4 into it Daisuke starts a relationship with Riku, but it takes time for them to adapt and strengthen their love.

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* Averted on the anime adaptation of ''Anime/DNAngel'' ''Manga/DNAngel'' when 3/4 into it Daisuke starts a relationship with Riku, but it takes time for them to adapt and strengthen their love.
2nd May '16 7:30:30 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': While "Finnchel" are the biggest offenders of this trope, their entry are elaborated in the next section. Blaine/Kurt and Will/Emma have also fallen victim to this from the fandom. The former was the pairing was championed as being the first big mainstream gay pairing. Blaine's CreatorsPet status ended up turning fans sour. While with the latter, Will ended up being a jerk in the second season and it reached the point where fans started to root for Emma to stay with the blatant RomanticFalseLead
she married.

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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': While "Finnchel" are the biggest offenders of this trope, their entry are elaborated in the next section. Blaine/Kurt and Will/Emma have also fallen victim to this from the fandom. The former was the pairing was championed as being the first big mainstream gay pairing. Blaine's CreatorsPet status ended up turning fans sour. While with the latter, Will ended up being a jerk in the second season and it reached the point where fans started to root for Emma to stay with the blatant RomanticFalseLead
RomanticFalseLead she married.
2nd May '16 7:28:17 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': While "Finnchel" are the biggest offenders of this trope, their entry are elaborated in the next section. Blaine/Kurt and Will/Emma have also fallen victim to this from the fandom. The former was the pairing was championed as being the first big mainstream gay pairing. Blaine's CreatorsPet status ended up turning fans sour. While with the latter, Will ended up being a jerk in the second season and it reached the point where fans started to root for Emma to stay with the blatant RomanticFalseLead she married.

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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': While "Finnchel" are the biggest offenders of this trope, their entry are elaborated in the next section. Blaine/Kurt and Will/Emma have also fallen victim to this from the fandom. The former was the pairing was championed as being the first big mainstream gay pairing. Blaine's CreatorsPet status ended up turning fans sour. While with the latter, Will ended up being a jerk in the second season and it reached the point where fans started to root for Emma to stay with the blatant RomanticFalseLead RomanticFalseLead
she married.married.
* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': Much like what happened in "Moonlighting" above - the two leads Creator/NathanFillion and Stana Katic didn't get along despite their onscreen chemistry - it's rumored that Fillion had his contract rewritten so she and Katic only filmed two days together. Eventually Katic was let go, despite being the lead lady allegedly for budget reasons.
7th Apr '16 2:07:17 PM sorako
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* ''Series/That70sShow'' averted this with Eric and Donna. They got together after a LOT of teasing late in the first season, and the show remained just as interesting, if not ''more''. Although they did have a couple of breakups, they spent a large portion of their time on the show as a PowerCouple, and it didn't affect the quality at all.

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* ''Series/That70sShow'' averted this with Eric and Donna. They got together after a LOT of teasing late in the first season, and the show remained just as interesting, if not ''more''. Although they did have a couple of breakups, they spent a large portion of their time on the show as a PowerCouple, SuperCouple, and it didn't affect the quality at all.
7th Apr '16 2:03:00 PM sorako
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* Happened in the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' between Korra and Mako. The first season had them at the center of a messy love quadrangle, which concluded with Mako leaving his girlfriend Asami for Korra. When the second season came and the writers had to show them as a couple, Korra and Mako just didn't work. They had no real chemistry together and were constantly arguing over different opinions and expectations, and their respective jobs as the Avatar and a police officer getting in the way of their relationship. At the end of the season, they both acknowledge they just don't work as a couple and break up for good. They following seasons had them as just friends, and although things were a little awkward at first, they did work out fine that way and Korra found another love interest [[spoiler:Asami]] with whom she formed a more functional relationship.

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* Happened in the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' between Korra and Mako. The first season had them at the center of a messy love quadrangle, which concluded with Mako leaving his girlfriend Asami for Korra. When the second season came and the writers had to show them as a couple, Korra and Mako just didn't work. They had no real chemistry together and were constantly arguing over different opinions and expectations, and their respective jobs as the Avatar and a police officer getting in the way of their relationship. At the end of the season, they both acknowledge they just don't work as a couple and break up for good. They The following seasons had them as just friends, and although things were a little awkward at first, they did work out fine that way and Korra found another love interest [[spoiler:Asami]] with whom she formed a more functional relationship.
7th Apr '16 2:01:31 PM sorako
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* Happened in the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' between Korra and Mako. The first season had them at the center of a messy love quadrangle, which concluded with Mako leaving his girlfriend Asami for Korra. When the second season came and the writers had to show them as a couple, Korra and Mako just didn't work. They had no real chemistry together and were constantly arguing over different opinions and expectations, and their respective jobs as the Avatar and a police officer getting in the way of their relationship. At the end of the season, they both acknowledge they just don't work as a couple and break up for good. They following seasons had themas just friends, and although things were a little awkward at first, they did work out fine that way and Korra found another love interest [[spoiler:Asami]] with whom she formed a more functional relationship.

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* Happened in the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' between Korra and Mako. The first season had them at the center of a messy love quadrangle, which concluded with Mako leaving his girlfriend Asami for Korra. When the second season came and the writers had to show them as a couple, Korra and Mako just didn't work. They had no real chemistry together and were constantly arguing over different opinions and expectations, and their respective jobs as the Avatar and a police officer getting in the way of their relationship. At the end of the season, they both acknowledge they just don't work as a couple and break up for good. They following seasons had themas them as just friends, and although things were a little awkward at first, they did work out fine that way and Korra found another love interest [[spoiler:Asami]] with whom she formed a more functional relationship.
7th Apr '16 1:59:01 PM sorako
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* Happened in the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''. The first season had them at the center of a messy love quadrangle, which concluded with Mako leaving his girlfriend Asami for Korra. When the second season came and the writers had to show them as a couple, Korra and Mako just didn't work. They had no real chemistry together and were constantly arguing over different opinions and expectations, and their respective jobs as the Avatar and a police officer getting in the way of their relationship. At the end of the season, they both acknowledge they just don't work as a couple and break up for good. They following seasons had themas just friends, and although things were a little awkward at first, they did work out fine that way and Korra found another love interest [[spoiler:Asami]] with whom she formed a more functional relationship.

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* Happened in the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''.''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' between Korra and Mako. The first season had them at the center of a messy love quadrangle, which concluded with Mako leaving his girlfriend Asami for Korra. When the second season came and the writers had to show them as a couple, Korra and Mako just didn't work. They had no real chemistry together and were constantly arguing over different opinions and expectations, and their respective jobs as the Avatar and a police officer getting in the way of their relationship. At the end of the season, they both acknowledge they just don't work as a couple and break up for good. They following seasons had themas just friends, and although things were a little awkward at first, they did work out fine that way and Korra found another love interest [[spoiler:Asami]] with whom she formed a more functional relationship.
7th Apr '16 1:58:08 PM sorako
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* Happened in the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''. The first season had them at the center of a messy love quadrangle, which concluded with Mako leaving his girlfriend Asami for Korra. When the second season came and the writers had to show them as a couple, Korra and Mako just didn't work. They had no real chemistry together and were constantly arguing over different opinions and expectations, and their respective jobs as the Avatar and a police officer getting in the way of their relationship. At the end of the season, they both acknowledge they just don't work as a couple and break up for good. They following seasons had themas just friends, and although things were a little awkward at first, they did work out fine that way and Korra found another love interest [[spoiler:Asami]] with whom she formed a more functional relationship.
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