33 TV Couple Moments That Were So Bad People Actually Gave Up On The Show Entirely

We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which TV couple moment caused them to stop watching a show. Here are some of our favorites:

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First, when Rory slept with Dean while he was married in Gilmore Girls.

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“I’ll never be able to forgive the show for this. I don’t think it was all Rory’s fault either — Dean should’ve stopped it from happening. I never liked Dean and Rory together and this solidified it. I can’t even rewatch the show past this episode.”



When Maggie and Jackson started dating in Grey’s Anatomy.


“Their entire relationship is just weird to me. Jackson and Maggie are step-siblings and while she didn’t grow up with Richard being her father, I still think it’s weird. On top of that, Jackson is so clearly still in love with April.”



When Aria and Ezra continued to be together in Pretty Little Liars.


“Aria and Ezra should’ve never continued to date once they learned that he was her teacher. I tried watching the show for a little while, but their relationship was so creepy that I had to stop.”



When Rachel chose Ross over her dream job in Paris in Friends.


“I know it happened in the last episode, but when Rachel got off the plane and gave up her dream job for Ross, the entire series was ruined for me. I can’t even rewatch that last season because of the ending.”



When Jim started treating Pam badly in the final season of The Office.


“I thought Jim treating Pam poorly was really out of character for him. I couldn’t continue the final season.”



When Ted and Robin ended up together in the series finale of How I Met Your Mother.


“I know it happened at the very end, but Ted and Robin ending up together was awful. I haven’t gone back and rewatched the show because I’m still so angry.”



When Jon and Dany slept together in Game of Thrones.


“I’m really not a fan of the whole Jon and Dany pairing at all. I just don’t see any chemistry between them.”



When Lexa was accidentally shot in The 100 right after sleeping with Clarke.

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“Lexa’s death made me stop watching the show for a number of reasons, but Clarke and Lexa were a great LGBT couple and brought so much representation to TV. The way Lexa died was disrespectful to not only her character, but also her relationship with Clarke.”



When Buffy slept with Spike in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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“After Buffy slept with Spike I stopped watching the show. I never wanted them to get together and thought they worked better as friends. I was always Team Angel.”



When Joey and Rachel started dating in Friends.


“Their relationship seemed so forced and awkward. It felt like the writers were running out of ideas and just put them together without thinking it through. I stopped watching the show shortly after this happened.”



When Elena dumped Stefan to be with Damon in The Vampire Diaries.

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“I know that most people were Damon and Elena fans, but I fell in love with the show by watching Stefan and Elena fall in love. Seriously, they were epic. I gave up on the show after Elena jumped right into bed with Damon after breaking up with Stefan. The show basically erased the Stefan/Elena relationship.”



When Lorelai slept with Christopher after arguing with Luke in Gilmore Girls.

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“Luke and Lorelai were so in love and I will never forgive Lorelai for sleeping with Christopher the second she and Luke had a big fight. I never finished the final season because of it.”



When Kara and Mon-El started dating in Supergirl.

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“The show forced Kara into a relationship with Mon-El and it made Supergirl seem weak. It felt like the show was saying that women always need to be in a relationship to be happy. Kara didn’t, and still doesn’t, need a man to define her.”



When Betty and Jughead started dating in Riverdale.

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“As a fan of the comics, I was so excited to see an asexual Jughead come to life on screen. Betty and Jughead had such a great friendship in the comics and the two being romantically together in the show just ruined it for me.”



When Olivia was constantly pushed to be with either Fitz or Jake in Scandal.


“I hated how the show always pushed Olivia to be with either Fitz or Jake. Olivia was supposed to be this strong woman but she melted anytime Fitz so much as looked at her. I couldn’t take it anymore.”



When Michael died in Jane the Virgin, which forced Jane and Rafael together.

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“It felt like the show killed off Michael just so Jane and Rafael could be together without any obstacles. Michael was Jane’s true love, sorry not sorry.”



Just everything that happened between Jackson and April in Grey’s Anatomy.


“I spent forever waiting for Jackson and April to end up together, and then when they finally did they were constantly having problems. It felt like the goal was to create drama and end the relationship. Don’t even get me started on April marrying Matthew and Jackson dating Maggie either.”



When Brandon and Callie slept together in The Fosters.


“When Brandon and Callie slept together that’s when I stopped watching the show. I mean, she was trying to get adopted by Brandon’s family and they slept together anyway. Then, she ended up getting adopted! I couldn’t deal with it.”



When Glenn was killed in The Walking Dead and he couldn’t get his happy ending with Maggie.


“Maggie and Glenn were the best couple on the show and I was devastated when Glenn was killed. I know it happened in the comics, but Lauren Cohan and Steven Yeun brought so much heart to those characters and the show. I stopped watching right after Glenn’s death and haven’t looked back.”



When Nancy and Jonathan slept together for the first time in Stranger Things.


“I felt like Steve had such a great redemption arc and was changing for Nancy, but then the writers pushed Nancy to be with Jonathan. I didn’t like it at all.”



When Jackie and Hyde didn’t end up together in That ’70s Show.


“I will never forgive the writers of That ’70s Show for Jackie and Hyde breaking up. They made so much sense and changed each other for the better. I still pretend the last season doesn‘t exist TBH because Jackie and Fez were awful. Hyde and Jackie were soulmates.”



When Barry and Iris started dating in The Flash.

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“I stopped watching The Flash after Barry and Iris got together. They were raised together as siblings and I feel like Iris didn’t even like Barry romantically until she found out that he was The Flash. I don’t like them together at all.”



When Caroline ended up with Stefan instead of Klaus in The Vampire Diaries.

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“I loved Klaus and Caroline and their storylines together were always so interesting. Their chemistry was incredible and I was always rooting for them. When Klaus left the show to join The Originals, I stopped watching. I hated how Caroline ended up with Stefan in the end too.”



When Ian broke up with Mickey because Mickey just wanted to take care of him in Shameless.


“The argument that led to Mickey and Ian’s break up just made no sense to me. I felt like they were breaking up just for some conflict. I stopped watching the show not long after.”



When Emma decided to be with Hook instead of Neal in Once Upon a Time.


“I know I’m in the minority with this but I always liked Emma and Neal more than Emma and Hook. I think Emma and Neal made more sense and they could’ve been a really cute family.”



When Oliver and Felicity started dating in Arrow.

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“Putting Oliver and Felicity together completely changed the show for me. I liked Felicity as an independent character and then the show made her character all about her relationship to Oliver.”



When Arizona cheated on Callie with Lauren in Grey’s Anatomy.


“When Arizona cheated on Callie, I couldn’t take it anymore. That was the first bad decision that ultimately led to Callie and Arizona never getting back together fully. I couldn’t watch the show anymore.”



When Dan and Blair started dating in Gossip Girl.

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“When Dan and Blair started dating I just had to stop watching. It didn’t make any sense for the show and it felt like the writers didn’t know what to do anymore.”



When Kurt and Blaine broke up after Blaine cheated in Glee.


“When Kurt and Blaine broke up it felt so out of character for both of them. It felt like the writers did it just to create drama and I hated it.”



When Rory and Logan started dating in Gilmore Girls.

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“Whenever I rewatch the show, I always stop when Rory meets Logan. Maybe they were right for each other, but it just seemed so unnecessary for her to meet a rich socialite and become a completely different person. Rory was down-to-earth and driven, but once she started dating Logan she wanted everything handed to her. They were a weird and obnoxious couple.”



When Clara started dating Danny in Doctor Who.


“I always skip the season of Doctor Who when Clara dated Danny. Their relationship was awkward and forced. It made no sense within the context of the show.”



When Mindy and Danny continuously got back together in The Mindy Project.


“Danny was such a horrible person and was so bad for Mindy. Mindy had so many great love interests, but the writers decided to drag her back to Danny time and time again. I couldn’t deal with it.”



When Rebecca got together with Josh after dating Greg in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.

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“I know the show started with Rebecca trying to be with Josh, but I loved Greg and Rebecca so much that I couldn’t deal with Rebecca dating Josh afterwards.”


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You Can Actually Experience “Ralph Breaks The Internet” IRL — Here's What It's Like

For anyone who’s ever wanted to live inside a Disney movie, I have some really amazing news for you. Thanks to ILMxLAB and The VOID you can literally step inside the world of Ralph Breaks The Internet in a WILD hyper-reality experience called Ralph Breaks VR.

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Now, this isn’t any ol’ strap-your-phone-to-your-face VR experience, either. Like, you will literally wear some ~heavy duty~ gear and WALK through a maze-like space in a totally immersive environment with three other people (you go in, in groups of four).

The experience will start off with you picking your very own “Netizen” (internet citizen, get it?! Lol).

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Each character card has different tips on the back, BTW!

Your card will get scanned before you enter and, once you’re in, you will actually LOOK like that character inside the VR experience!

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Basically, you’ll be able to see your Netizen’s arms from your POV and then everyone else will actually see you AS that character you chose. You’ll even have a “watch” on your arm that will keep track of your score throughout the game portions of the experience. Yes, I said SCORE — because there are games in this experience. More on that in a minute!

After a quick intro video, comes the GEAR — which basically consists of a pretty heavy body pack and state-of-the-art helmet.

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All the equipment has a pretty wide range to adjust to just about every body type, although you have to be at least 48 inches tall and 10 years old to do the experience (more FAQs can be found here).

And here’s what it looks like once you get all the gear on, for the record.

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LOL, I know. Lookin’ super cute, aren’t I?

Once you’re in, the experience takes off right away. And you’ll interact A LOT with the world, too — like, hitching a ride with Ralph and Vanellope INTO the internet…

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The best guides ever.

…playing a GIANT Space Invaders-like game…

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Here’s where you’ll start racking up points that show up on that WATCH I talked about earlier.

…and even shooting PANCAKES AND MILKSHAKES at the Bunny and Kitty from the “Pancake Milkshake” game in Ralph Breaks the Internet.

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And you can get even more POINTS if you figure out the secret to knocking out the kitties and bunnies.

There are also a lot of cool Easter eggs throughout the experience you can keep you eyes out for — like “Wanted” posters for Ralph and Vanellope (you’ll get why once you see Ralph Breaks the Internet), Star Wars references, and funny billboards taken directly from the film.

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Speaking with BuzzFeed, ILMxLAB’s Lead Experience Designer Jose Perez III explained, “There are so many Easter Eggs. We used a lot of the assets from the film. For example, all of the billboards you’ll see are directly from the internet city in the film, so there are a ton of jokes. And they range from like Ralph jokes to really obscure nerd jokes. I’m still seeing new ones when we go through, because we randomize them!”

This wild VR experience will be available at all North American VOID Experience Centers starting Nov. 21 (yup, the same day Ralph Breaks the Internet comes out)!

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The current VOID locations are:

* Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, FL

* Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA

* Glendale Galleria in Glendale, CA

* The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian | The Palazzo in Las Vegas, NV

* Cinemark West Plano in Plano, TX

* The Rec Room West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

* The Rec Room Toronto Roundhouse in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Prices range from $29.95 to $36.95 per person and vary per location.

And you can buy tickets now for Ralph Breaks VR here.

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Here Are 17 TV Moments From This Week That We Can't Stop Thinking About

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First, in Grey’s Anatomy, Schmitt and Nico finally got together after Schmitt poured his heart out.


Also in Grey’s Anatomy, DeLuca professed his love for Meredith and in typical Grey’s fashion they then got stuck in an elevator together.


In How to Get Away With Murder, we finally learned Gabriel’s real identity — he’s actually Sam’s son from his first marriage. You know, the marriage Annalise broke up years ago.


And in How to Get Away With Murder, Bonnie’s boyfriend and D.A. Ronald Miller was revealed to be the dead body — we also learned that Nate was the one who killed him.


Can’t Bonnie be happy for TWO SECONDS?!


American Horror Story: Apocalypse came to an end this week and man, it was amazing. First, Angela Bassett returned as the fierce Marie Laveau and reclaimed her place as the voodoo queen.


Also, in a scene a season in the making, Cordelia faced off against Michael Langdon and ended up sacrificing herself so Mallory could rise as the new supreme.


And finally, AHS: Apocalypse brought back Jessica Lange one more time when Mallory traveled back in time to vanquish Michael once and for all.


The Walking Dead aired its first episode without Andrew Lincoln and Lauren Cohan this week. The series jumped ahead six years and the characters’ new looks are insane.


While there were a few surprises in The Walking Dead this week, the biggest one came at the end of the episode when it was revealed that Michonne and Rick have a son.


In Riverdale, Veronica and Betty mounted a rescue mission to break Archie out of juvie — TBH, this scene between Archie and Betty was ADORABLE.


In The Good Place, Janet kicked some serious ass when Sean and his demons arrived on Earth to sabotage Team Cockroach.

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Also, Eleanor told Chidi about the reboot where they fell in love AND she said she’s currently falling for him too.


In Outlander, Jamie and Claire arrived in River Run and faced one of their greatest challenges yet when Aunt Jocasta’s views on slavery drove a wedge between them.


This Is Us showed us Jack and Rebecca’s relationship in the early stages and we finally saw Jack break down over his time in Vietnam.


Making Milo Ventimiglia cry should be a CRIME.


Black-ish celebrated its 100th episode with an epic tribute to Prince.


Doctor Who delivered another emotional episode when Team TARDIS time traveled to the past in order to learn more about Yaz’s grandmother and a family watch.

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And finally, Season 1 of You ended with the biggest twist this TV season, when Joe ended up murdering Beck after she attempted to escape.

What were your favorite TV moments this week? Sound off in the comments below!