Some TV couples suck.
They just do. They plain old suck, you guys.
There's no getting away from that. Whether it's a lack of creative writing to keep things fresh, or just zero chemistry, these 13 couples tested our pretty little patience.
Have a look below.
Olivia and Fitz - Scandal
These two were teased as this endless romance that would be better than any others on the small screen. However, they will go down as the most toxic couple on all of TV.
Aria and Ezra - Pretty Little Liars
There was no chemistry whatsoever between these two. When you think of the laws that were broken for them to even be together, it leaves a bad taste. Then there's the whole Ezra being obsessed with Aria and her friends.
Ted and Robin - How I Met Your Mother
The final season was all about the wedding of Barney and Robin, a great couple in the eyes of HIMYM fans. The conclusion, however, focused on Robin getting back together with Ted in a bizarre twist that made little sense.
Damon and Elena - The Vampire Diaries
For a show that initially focused on the relationship between Stefan and Elena, it ended as a show about Damon and Elena aka the worst couple on the series. They sucked.
Scott and Malia - Teen Wolf
Scott was supposed to end up with Alison. Stiles was supposed to end up with Malia, but the creative forces went with Scott and Malia. It felt weird and forced.
Emily and Alison - Pretty Little Liars
Emily and Alison's relationship was not built on strong foundations. They ended Pretty Little Liars together, but it was revealed on spinoff PLL: The Perfectionists that they were getting divorced. They weren't great together.
Jon and Daenerys - Game of Thrones
They seemed like a great pairing initially, but they quickly became toxic when the power started to drive them apart. Oh, and they didn't seem to care about the incest.
Jackson and Maggie - Grey's Anatomy
They have absolutely nothing in common, zero chemistry, and seem to argue over the silliest of things.
Jane and Rafael - Jane the Virgin
These two should not have ended the series together. Their relationship had more negatives than positives and they seemingly loved to annoy each other.
Veronica and Piz - Veronica Mars
If you were a diehard Veronica Mars fan, then you probably think Veronica and Logan were endgame, but the powers that be thought it would be fun to throw Piz into the mix along the way. There was nothing about Piz that was redeeming. He was bland.
Peyton and Lucas - One Tree Hill
Peyton and Lucas were the couple at the heart of the show's first six seasons, but their relationship was so one-dimensional that it felt forced.
Violet and Tate - American Horror Story
Tate was an unhinged loser who killed a lot of people, and Violet was a loner who struggled to make sense of her family moving to Los Angeles. They bonded, but for all the wrong reasons and should have steered clear of each other.
Penny and Leonard - The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory survived 12 seasons based on the hilarious one-liners alone. The couples were not the show's strong point, however, with Penny and Leonard suffering as a result of terrible writing.