I never said any of that shit. I never said it couldn't be grounded in reality if the "cute relationship" (and I'm the faggot?) works out. How about you learn to read nig nog.
It would help ground the show in reality. Unrequited love is common IRL. By including it in the show, you add an aspect audiences can relate to. Even the most outlandish (good) shows have characters and themes that audiences can relate to. I'm sure you can relate to it. You want it to work out, you want them to be happy. It helps you related to the characters and the world they live in, and adds to the suspension of disbelief.
It would be different. Suddenly being different is a bad? Why the fuck do anything different then? Why try and sail west in search of India, rather than taking the known route? Why go to the moon, when you can just look at it through a telescope? Why go into space, when you can stay on Earth? Sure, not every show should just throw away cute relationships. However, being different adds something to the show. It makes it stand out, makes it different, and gives it some integrity, rather than caving in to fans wanting the cute, perfect couple ending up together.
It adds to the plot and characters, providing more room for tension. Really, most stories are based around tension. They generally have a conflict, and a resolution. If they end up together, you remove all potential tension and plots centering around the unrequited love. Do you really want everything to be perfect? What does it add to the show?>>89059341>Going against the status quo must mean you are being contrarian