24 Terrible TV Relationships People Got So, So Sick Of Seeing On Their Screens

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Please just break up already.

We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community which TV show couples stayed together way too long. Here are some relationships they think should have ended much earlier:

Warning: spoilers ahead!!!

1. Archie and Veronica from Riverdale:

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"I could not care less about Varchie if I tried. It’s one of the most boring lead romances I’ve ever seen."


"They're by far the worst romance on the show. Sure, they have physical chemistry, but that's it. Their solution to everything is to hook up. They hold each other back and are just annoying to watch."


2. Hope and Landon from Legacies:

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“One of the things I’ve always loved about Hope is how strong, confident, and courageous she is and her storylines have always been a perfect reflection of that. But lately, her storylines are revolving solely around Landon, and I’m getting so bored. Every single one of her actions has been centered on Hope finding Landon, Hope protecting Landon, and so on, and I miss when Hope just got to be Hope, an independent character that wasn’t so reliant on her love interest. Honestly, I think it’s time to move past this couple just for the sake of getting the Hope we know and love back.”


3. Rafael and Jane from Jane the Virgin:

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"Jane and Michael's relationship was the dream — they were so loving and supportive. Meanwhile, Rafael and Jane fought all the time. He was a great co-parent, but as a lover? No way. Jane and Michael forever."


4. Emily and Paige from Pretty Little Liars:


"They were so toxic and their relationship was totally dragged out. It started under murky circumstances (Paige kissing Emily after bullying her, Emily kissing Paige while drugged) and honestly shouldn't have happened at all. They should have quickly realized it wasn't healthy. Emily deserved better!"


5. Rory and Dean from Gilmore Girls:

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"Dean was awful and it made no sense for Rory to go back to him when he was married."


6. Kurt and Blaine from Glee:


"Even before Blaine cheated, it was obvious the relationship had taken a backseat in Kurt's head. I was definitely relieved when they cut each other loose — they needed to grow on their own."


7. Stefan and Elena from The Vampire Diaries:

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"The whole time they were together, I was just rooting for Damon and Elena to happen already."


8. Ted and Robin from How I Met Your Mother:


"It dragged on for so long and was so one-sided. What did they even have in common?"


9. Jackson and Maggie from Grey's Anatomy:


"They just happened out of the blue and made zero sense. Not only did they have zero chemistry, they were literally stepsiblings. I was so glad when they finally broke it off after all those seasons."


10. Rory and Logan from Gilmore Girls:


"I hated them together. Rory became such a brat, and Logan was already a spoiled brat. I was happy when she rejected his proposal, but then they had an affair in the revival."


11. Aria and Ezra from Pretty Little Liars:


"It was literally a student dating their teacher. Plus, Ezra used her to write a book. Somehow, they still ended up together."


12. Fitz and Olivia from Scandal:


"They annoyed me more and more as the show went on. I had to stop watching because I couldn't stand their relationship anymore."


13. Jackie and Kelso from That '70s Show:


"They dragged the relationship out WAY too long, and by the end, I just did not care at all. Jackie was annoying, but Kelso was a straight-up terrible person. Jackie should have been done with him way earlier."


14. Sabrina and Nick from The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina:


15. Veronica and Duncan from Veronica Mars:


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I never understood why they got back together. I know Duncan was supposed to be her perfect first love, but Veronica and Logan had way more chemistry and were so much more interesting to watch. I was glad when Duncan left the show for good.

16. Carrie and Big from Sex and the City:


"They got together, then broke up, got back together, broke up again, and then got married. The relationship was exhausting, unrealistic, and way too much damn drama."


17. Emily and Alison from Pretty Little Liars:


"I was waiting for them to end the second they got together. It felt like a forced relationship and I don’t think they were ever good together."


18. Miles and Tristan from Degrassi: Next Class:


The relationship was so incredibly forced and clearly outran its course, but the show insisted on keeping them together for some reason, even making them go to 'prom' together after they finally broke up. They never had a real conversation or genuine connection and it felt like they only stayed together because of the bus crash.

19. Matt and Gabby from Chicago Fire:


"They were absolutely toxic for each other. They were together for like six years, but they never once talked to each other about their feelings. It just got boring. When Gabby eventually left, it was more of a relief than anything."


20. Blair and Chuck from Gossip Girl:

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"They should’ve been done for good after he literally traded her for a hotel like she was a piece of property. Chuck was toxic and Blair deserved better."


21. Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter from BoJack Horseman:


"I get why the show kept them together for as long as it did and they were integral to each other’s character development, but by the time they broke up, I was honestly just relieved because I’d been waiting for that moment for four seasons. I love them both individually, but they were just not a good fit for each other."


22. Clark and Lana from Smallville:

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"They were always on and off and it just frustrated me. It was just a really boring relationship. Plus, Clark was clearly always going to end up with Lois."


23. Ginny and Hunter from Ginny & Georgia:


Ginny clearly didn't really like Hunter and was pining after Marcus the whole time. They had no chemistry, Hunter never stood up for her, and Ginny cheated on him. They should have broken up much sooner.

24. And finally, Ross and Rachel from Friends:


"They weren't good for each other. I really think Rachel and Joey were a better fit."


"I really liked what Ross and Emily had and couldn't stand Ross and Rachel together ever since. Rewatching the show now, the constant 'will they/won't they' just pisses me off. Ross and Rachel were so much more tolerable when they were just friends."


Note: Submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity. Not all submissions were from Community users.

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