So many fictional couples end up in tragedy, it's almost hard to keep track. But many shouldn't have gotten together in the first place.

Take Romeo & Juliet, for example - two teenagers who killed themselves because their parents disapproved of their relationship. Really? Go on Maury. Or Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidallah - they had to have known it wasn't going to end well.

brokendowndryer asked, What fictional couple should never have gotten together?

Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.


Is there anything Zeus didn't do?


Zeus and most of the animals he ends up banging.


Oh, "That 70's Show..."


Jackie and Fez. So f*cking awkward! She should have stayed with Hyde.


This was messy.


Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan.


Suicide? Really?


Romeo and Juliet... Stupid kids.


We know which one wears the pants.


Kermit and Miss Piggy. He has depth and is kind and observant and she's a superficial, abusive narcissist. And they're interspecies so reproduction is impossible/ high stakes.


History's thirstiest couple.


Paris and Helen of Troy!


Take your pick.


The Lannisters.


Tammy betrayed everyone.


Bird Person and Tammy.

It was a huge mistake. F*ck Tammy.


It was super illicit, so we get the appeal.


Anakin and Padme.


They were perfectly toxic.


House and Cuddy.


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