Quotes: Strangled by the Red String

Crow: [as the Queen] I'm going to be your love interest whether you like it or not.
Mystery Science Theater 3000, "Colossus and the Headhunters"

It's just a bit more sophisticated than the usual approach to romance in games, which is to say 'Here is your woman, you love her because A) We say you do, B) She's the only thing in this plot with an X chromosome, and C) She's built like two shrink-wrapped bowling balls arguing over a sandwich.'

Hey, remember back when Fandango was THE hot act in the company for, oh, three weeks? When fans sang his theme song…one that has NO WORDS? Those days being long gone, the plan was to have two hot women feud over him. WWE once again showed their ability to make everyone not care about said honeys and also kill an act folks actually, you know, liked.

"At the 50-minute mark the kid worries about how "all of this might end" even though he had literally spent less than 2 MINUTES with the girl throughout the ENTIRE FILM! That, my friends, is HORRIBLE relationship development. Don't believe me? Try this. Imagine that you're on a first date. You meet this person at a restaurant, introduce yourself, and then sit at the table. While waiting for the server to bring you your drinks you say, "Gee sweety, I don't know how I'd live without you." Rest assured that you'll never get a second date."
A review from IMDb of My Beautiful Girl Mari

Zed says, "You have given me what no other gave. Love." What? Since when? So, chasing him around with torches, that was love? Coming at him with a knife, that was love?

Alright lady, you've known the guy for less than 3 minutes total of screentime. You're not exactly at the NOOOO! stage of a relationship yet.
Spoony's reaction to Xiaoyu's Big "NO!" moment during his review of Tekken: Blood Vengeance

"I knew you wouldn't leave Olivia. Not after your whole whirlwind romance... Hee hee... Turn my back one minute and you're married. The next minute? A baby!"
— Lissa (if Chrom marries Olivia, whom he can marry at the end of the chapter she is recruited), Fire Emblem: Awakening

...However, Wilson circumvents one plot foible that irks the crap out of me most of the time: the idea that because the narrator and the story proclaim person A and person B “soul mates” and that they are Meant to Be Together, they are hereby exempt from all normal awkward process of getting to know the other person – even though they are for all intents and purposes complete freaking strangers.
— Reviewer S.B Sarah here