In homage to the ghosts of our relationships past, this Valentine’s Day let’s discuss the TV breakups that were able to thaw our icy hearts. It might be morbid and masochistic, but so is everyone’s love life at some point. Get your Kleenex and ice cream ready, we’re starting the countdown:
Corey & Topanga
In the eyes of the TGIF Generation, Topanga and Cory were the ultimate soulmates. However, during his senior class ski trip, Corey becomes attracted to another girl and doesn’t know how to react. There are more red flags in his inappropriate relationship with Lauren than there are on an Olympic slalom course. But that’s the thing about young love, these kids are little newborn babies in the dating game. Part of youth is figuring out what you want and learning how to handle the twists and turns without sliding off a cliff. Boy Meets World reminds us that sometimes learning those lessons is painful. That and skiing is the worst. Seriously, take these 2 sticks and propel down a mountain? No thank you.
Did we forget any golden couples?
Ugh break my heart why don’t you. Do you know how many years it took me to forget this happened?
Call me when they’re paying Taylors Lautner or Swift that much.
"New Line Cinema paid Roberts $3 million up front against 3 percent of the gross for what is little more than an extended cameo. That comes out to an astonishing $8,333 per second of screen time, or roughly $500,000 a minute. Verbally, it’s a minimum of $11,952 per spoken word."
WTF. She was probably there for one day of shooting so its still $3 million for a 12 hour work shift. That’s $250,000 an hour. Also, did you know Runaway Bride grossed $309 million? Yeah, me either.