TV Show Pet Peeves

Ringgold, Virginia
January 14, 2017 1:56pm CST
As television viewers, we have pet peeves that come with our favorite shows. It can either be something small or something big, but there's a peeve that gets us riled up when watching a show. My TV show pet peeves are when the show kills off a character. I've never been a fan of these, although I know the shows usually do it because of a storyline. Whenever one of my fav characters are killed, I get upset. Another pet peeve I have is when a character leaves and another is created to replace the old one. This is a pet peeve that's been hit or miss with me over the years. Some new characters I like, while others I didn't because I found they didn't work well on the show. What are some of your TV show pet peeves?
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@DianneN (78116)
• United States
15 Jan 17
My pet peeve is when I get caught up in a series for nine weeks, and they leave for a couple of months, then return. It breaks up the storyline.
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• Ringgold, Virginia
15 Jan 17
@DianneN I don't like when they do those breaks. I know they have to take them, but it sucks when they leave the show with a cliffhanger and you have to wait a while to see what happens.
@DianneN (78116)
• United States
16 Jan 17
@dramagirl26 And I always forget what happened. Very irritating.
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• Ringgold, Virginia
16 Jan 17
@DianneN So do I. I usually have to rewatch the episodes to remember what happened.
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• United Kingdom
17 Jan 17
When they kill off characters to make a dramatic ending or beginning, I get it, people die, but don't just massacre them for no reason!
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• Ringgold, Virginia
18 Jan 17
@Clairelouiser That's a huge pet peeve of mine. I understand killing one off to further a storyline, but when they start killing off others that's where I draw the line.
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@AliCanary (1807)
14 Jan 17
I have a whole bunch and have even written about them, but one of the worst ones is how whenever someone needs some blood, like for some supernatural show or to do a "blood brothers" type of thing, they slice across the palm of their hand instead of just a little pinprick. And then in the next scene, they are perfectly okay. What????
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• Ringgold, Virginia
15 Jan 17
@AliCanary I've seen that in a lot of supernatural shows and it creeps me out when they do that.
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