Dec 10, 2018
Across the entire interverse, fans and critics alike have their own preferences about who should end up in a permanent romantic relationship. Some of our favorite, and not so favorite, couples have found themselves involved in awkward love triangles. More often than not, these love triangles have created strong disagreement when it come to viewers. There are opinions about infidelity. And there are opinions stating that infidelity doesn’t matter. That depending on the circumstances, it’s all about what’s best for the couple and what makes them happy. Some think it’s wrong for a friend to marry her best friend’s fiancé, even if she’s dead. Others argue that all’s fair in love and war. When the love triangles are untangled, there will be no happy ending for one or more of the couples. So, when it’s all said and done, someone has to find true romance in the story. Who do you think it should be?
This is the couple I most want to find true romance, again. I know. No one likes Grace. Neither do I. At least not now. She’s at the top of my most disliked character’s list. But she and Ben were together for 15 years. They are the parents of twins. They were once truly in love. That is why I want to see their current dysfunctional relationship manifest once again into a mutual, selfless love. It would be a testament to the brilliance of the skill and imagination of the showrunners and writers if they could pull this off. They would be without question storytelling geniuses.
These two have had a rocky relationship. Especially since the accidental death of Mick’s BFF Evie. Their relationship ran into even more seemingly immovable obstacles when Flight 828 returned after disappearing for more than 5 and a half-plus years with Mick onboard. Jared had married Lourdes, Mick’s other BFF. Jared and Lourdes have planned on becoming parents. I can’t see Mick as a home wrecker, so I don’t really see this romance fully blossoming again. I could be wrong, but there would be serious consequences … infidelity with moral consequences.
I don’t want these two to ever end up in a loving romantic relationship … even if they actually do. And if they do, I want their relationship to be as miserable as humanly possible. I know. Some of you are asking, what’s wrong with me for thinking this way. The answer’s simple. I don’t like Danny, and I don’t like Grace. If the story holds true, their relationship is the result of two psychologically broken people discovering each other in survivor’s group therapy. For Danny and Grace, it’s misery loves company. Beyond that, they both behave completely abnormal. Either that, or the writers haven’t been showing us the real cards. And are dealing from the bottom of the deck. These two are my least favorite couple. The primary reason is I don’t trust Danny … or Grace.
happily married. As I see it, they both stabbed their BFF Michaela Stone in the back. Yes, they thought Michaela was dead. So what? Was the only reason they hooked up because they knew with absolute certainty Mick was dead? Of course, the joke’s on Jared and Lourdes, Mick’s still alive and she’s not going anywhere. Of all the women in the world, Jared, Lourdes was the only one suitable to become your eternal soulmate? And Lourdes, of all the men in the world, you had to have your thought-to-be dead BFF’s fiancé for yourself? If these two find happiness in the future, so be it. But I wouldn’t bet on it.
The couple most want to get together. They both have undeniable magnetic personalities. Their chemistry together oozes off the screen as a perfect mix of passion and sex appeal. So why is this not my most favorite couple to manifest into true romance? For me, it’s something that would be too good to be true. As I see it, Manifest is about redemption … not romance. And there’s something else. When it comes to Ben and Saanvi’s relationship, here’s a little spoiler, courtesy of TVLine.