Creepy Gestures IRL Are Actually Romantic Dates On TV: Standing outside of someone’s window holding a stolen blue French horn is creepy.
Ann and Leslie were the true love story of the show. Their friendship challenged them and helped them grow. And, Leslie’s love and admiration for Ann was displayed through epic gift-giving and amazing compliments; for example, “Ann, you poetic, noble land-mermaid.”
When the privilege and lack of self-awareness doesn’t make these women children (the feminine plural of man child) appear blissfully ignorant and awful, their juvenile actions are what’s unappealing.
Dean Forester, Gilmore Girls. The collective dating history of the Gilmore Girls were, to quote Phoebe Buffay, a who’s who of human garbage. And, Dean is the most garbage.
Dana Brody, Homeland. Dear Dana, you ran away with some guy for a season and still no one cared. Please grow up. Love, Homeland fans everywhere.
“I don’t care. I’ll start my own group. Rejection from society is what created X-Men!” Liz Lemon
Frankie Bergstein from Grace & Frankie. To quote Frankie, “Personal lubricant is for everybody!”
Couples from Ross & Rachel to Nick & Jess Totally Understand.
5. Friends: Rachel & Joshua, (OK, this relationship was mostly in Rachel’s head, but still, no one really cared about Joshua.)
“I am no ordinary woman, my dreams come true.”
–Daenerys Targaryen, Game of Thrones