Jon and Daenerys - Game of Thrones
This seemed so perfect for so long! The King in the North and the Khaleesi?? Fire and ice?? But of course, it couldn't last because Game of Thrones fans just can't have nice things. Why do the creators of Game of Thrones have to make everyone related, why??
Jesse and Jane - Breaking Bad
This is probably one of the most tragic Starcrossed Lover pairings on television. Jesse has so much darkness in his life and the minute he finds one spark of light in Jane it's taken from him. Walter deserved everything that happened to him just for what he did to Jane.
Scott and Allison - Teen Wolf
The wolf and the werewolf hunter is such a classic pairing made even better by the reversal of the expected gender roles. Scott has it bad for Allison but as the Huntress, it is really her who pursues Scott. Bonus points for the scene where she literally dies in his arms ::sobs::
Emma and Neal - Once Upon A Time
Neal will always be my favorite of Emma's love interests just because of the history between the two of them. However, it is that same history that made it impossible for this to work out even without Neal's character death. There were just too many years of distrust and silence between them to be endgame.
Sara and Oliver - Arrow
Unpopular opinion but I always felt that Sara was a better match for Oliver than Laurel. Obviously, he and Felicity are the warm heart of this dark show, but Sara was really the first person to match Oliver in everything. She was just as tough, accomplished and ruthless. However, perhaps that's why he needed someone more lighthearted in his life, like Felicity.
Jim and Lee - Gotham
At this point, Gotham has gone so far off the rails that it's becoming possible that Jim won't even end up with Barbara in the end. In fact, it makes much more sense for him to be with Lee. The chemistry between these characters must be in part because of actors Ben McKenzie and Morena Baccarin's real-life marriage.
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