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Hopper: What are you gonna do? You gonna walk back to Hawkins?!
Joyce: I will do anything if it gets me away from you!
Murray: CHILDREN, CHILDREN, CHILDREN! This interminable bickering was amusing— at first. But it's getting very stale, and we've still got a long drive ahead of us. So, why don't you two cut the horseshit and get to the part where you admit your sexual feelings for one another?
Hopper: WOAH!
Joyce: You are way off base, buddy!
Murray: Oh, spare me, spare me, spare me! (to Joyce) Yes, yes, he's a brute, I know. Probably reminds you of a bad relationship, and gosh, you'd really like a nice man to settle down with, but admit it, you're real curious to know what he's like in the sack! (to Hopper) And you. Ha! Well, you're just a big manbaby who'd rather act tough than show his true feelings because the last time you opened your heart, you got hurt! Owie. And now, rather than admit these feelings, you're dancing around one another with this mind-numbing and frankly boorish mating ritual. So please, for my sake, either quit your bickering or pull over, tear off those clothes, and GET IT OVER WITH ALREADY!
Alexei: (in Russian) What was that?
Murray: (in Russian) I told them they should have sex.
Alexei: (in Russian) They have not had sex?
Stranger Things, "The Bite"

"We've wasted too much of our lives ignoring the fact that we. Belong. Together."
Dwight to Angela, The Office (US), "Moving On"

"Well, as you know, I've been studying comedy, learning what's funny. I'm watching Friends right now. What happens with Ross and Rachel? No, no, don't tell me..."
Jack, 30 Rock

"What is wrong with the two of you? Seriously! He likes you and you like him and just ... just ... just be together! Geez Louise, happiness is not that difficult."

Janitor: For three years I've been watching you pine after Blonde Doctor, and I gotta tell you, everyone is sick of it! "Will they? Won't they? Looks like they're going to! Ooh, the last second, something might — ooh ooh ooh!" Come on! Enough already! I mean, you guys aren't exactly Ross and Rachel.
J.D.: Who?
Janitor: Dr. Ross, and Rachel from bookkeeping.

Rachel: Just so you know, with us? It's never off the table. (leaves)
Ross: Dammit, it's never off the table!

"Oh hello, I'm Rachel. I love Ross, I hate Ross, I love Ross, I hate Ross!"
Monica Geller, Friends

For the interest of the ordinary romance centres in the question, 'What will happen?' - unless you include the modern sex novel, where the interest centres in the question, 'Will anything ever happen?'
— Ronald Knox, introduction to Best Detective Stories (the origin of Knox's Decalogue)

"Fufufu, can great detectives deduce the emotions and feelings between men and women? They can't, right? Figuring out the feelings of the opposite sex is an even more advanced art than exposing the tricks in difficult crime cases. If you ask me, romance novels have much deeper mysteries than masterpiece mystery novels."
Kyrie Ushiromiya, Umineko: When They Cry