Good conflicts between television characters are always worth tuning in to see, but sometimes the stories just drag out way too long for our tastes.
In some cases, the fights and disagreements between characters don't even make sense and are ones we don't even want to be witness to.
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In other cases, the olive branch extending may just be temporary, but we'd rather see it be permanent because, after all, who wants to live their lives in perpetual disagreement?
Here are a few characters we think should bury the hatchet once and for all!
Red and Liz - The Blacklist
At the end of The Blacklist Season 5, Liz had (once again) turned on Red. This time it was for a more serious reason -- he's not really Raymond Reddington, but the fact that he's possibly an imposter shouldn't overshadow the fact that the two have been through so much together. She's depended on him more than she probably wants to admit, and for her to team up with Jennifer, a woman she doesn't even know is bothersome. Although we know Liz and Red's new dynamic is the basis of what Season 6 will focus on, we'd rather see these two happy like they were at the beginning of Season 5. Dancing by the pool? We'll take more of that, please!
The Riddler and Penguin - Gotham
We hope that when The Riddler is revived by Dr. Strange that the memories he retains of Oswald will be of the good times they had together instead of the nasty stuff that came later. These two are powerhouses who can wreak more havoc together than they can apart. Isabella should be a distant memory in Ed's mind, and while we realize Nygmobblepot may never become a reality, we can always hope!
Debbie and Ruth - GLOW
It all started when Debbie found out Ruth was sleeping with her husband. That's a pretty bad thing to do to your best friend, but Ruth realized her mistake and tried to repair her friendship. It's understandable that Debbie wasn't interested, but, as she soon found out, Mark wasn't a keeper anyway. Debbie may never completely get over the betrayal, but she needs to realize that she and Ruth make a great team -- both in and out of the ring.
Brian and Quagmire - Family Guy
We have to agree with Quagmire that there are many reasons to hate Brian, but Quagmire needs to realize that he's no saint, either. He needs to get over Brian sleeping with his dad because Brian had no clue. And as far as being a bore, maybe Quagmire could teach Brian a few things and become Brian's mentor. Think of all the fun those two could have if they would set aside their differences and realize they're much more alike than not.
Tom and Jerry - Tom and Jerry
These two have had a love/hate relationship for decades that needs to come to an end. Jerry takes great pleasure in tormenting Tom and vice-a-versa, but there are many more benefits when they actually work together like enjoying a bowl of milk or a great, big ham. They'd be better off channeling their efforts to get rid of Spike who is just a big bully anyway.
Liv and Major - iZombie
On-again, off-again gets boring after a while which is why these two need to come to terms with their differences and be who they're supposed to be -- a couple. Maybe we'll get our wish as the series heads into its final season.