There are those iconic TV couples that you can't help loving even years later. But then there are those that you don't even remember existed, a relationship that happened in the blink of an eye.
It was usually a roadblock or an obstacle on the way to something else, a relationship before the eventual endgame for one or both of the characters.
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In fact, some of these relationships might even be a distant memory that you didn't remember until just now.
It is still nice to look back at what might have been, but what technically never really was for long.
Here is a slideshow of TV couples you probably don't remember even dated, but who knows how many other relationships got lost in the memory vortex.
Andy and Angela - The Office
There have been some ridiculous relationships, but Andy and Angela take the cake for most forgetful. You knew not to get invested so as soon as Andy learned the truth about Dwight's involvement in his relationship, everything burned along with our memory of it.
Raven and Wick - The 100
Wick was rightfully written off the show due to the actor's horrible views that he chose to share on social media. But honestly Wick sucked as a person all on his own, and Raven moved on to bigger and better things. Who even remembers Wick when you are as awesome as Raven and are dating someone who appreciates you as Zeke does?
Clary and Simon - Shadowhunters
This almost feels like a dream, even if it really wasn't. Right? Or is that just me?
Sutton and Alex - The Bold Type
This is more of a what could have been scenario. These two had the potential, the show just didn't want to invest in it. So now they have ended up nothing more than a random thought we have once in a while, which kind of really sucks.
Jonah and Dina - Superstore
Dina would consider this one day or so as them dating, so we will too. It had to happen so we could all move forward, but looking back on it now makes it, even more, cringeworthy. Jonah could never handle someone like Dina and she deserved better than a guy so in love with Amy.
Joey and Rachel - Friends
It was like the writers ran out of ideas and tried to explore something that could have had potential if they actually gave it value seasons ago. Joey cared about Rachel but that ship sank literally, and they ended up making them into a joke and not an actual relationship.