Mellie and Olivia — Scandal
Because it would serve Fitz right, wouldn’t it?
Ray and Adam — Girls
I like Girls (and there’s nothing you can do about it), but I am one of those people who (unfortunately) think these boys are the best characters on the show. Give them their own gay show together or transport them over to Looking and I would be delighted.
Sansa and Margaery — Game Of Thrones
There’s a huge fan community out there that is really into this couple and though we don’t think it has a snowball’s chance in Dorne, we don’t mind thinking lasciviously about what HBO would do with those sce-wait what? Sophie Turner doesn’t turn 18 until February? Damnit, well resume this skeevy conversation then.
Thomas and Branson — Downton Abbey
First of all, we like Thomas best when he’s in love, don’t we? Secondly, it would save Branson from the grasping clutches of Edna “I basically roofied you” Braithwaite.
Annie and Britta — Community
The show has made too much fun of this to ever actually go there, but, much like Fitz, it would serve Jeff right.
John and Sherlock — Sherlock
Invalid. Couldn’t POSSIBLY be gayer.
Bobby and Andy — Cougar Town
Ellie with her increasingly vicious streak does not deserve Andy. We all know who his life partner is anyway. HE MADE IT SNOW FOR BOBBY.
Kalinda and Robin — The Good Wife
I’m just saying that this could solve our Kalinda Problem. It looks like the showrunners have other plans on how to do that, but at least their aware of the problem. I would much rather have Robin and Kalinda struggle to have a relationship AND compete as investigators. Sparks and such!
Raylan And Boyd — Justified
No disrespect meant to Ava, of course, but there’s no chemistry finer than that one a bubblin’ between these friendly antagonists. If Boyd, Raylan and their tight tight jeans want to ride off into the sunset together at the end of the show next year, I don’t see how any of us could complain.
Cosima and Sarah — Orphan Black
HEAR ME OUT. It’s not gross. Wait, is it gross? Surely it MUST have occurred to them. We don’t trust Delphine anyway. If the lovely Cosima is going to go out, I’d rather she go out with someone unfailingly loyal.