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“The other scenario is when the two characters are so different and often do not get along with one another. They fight and argue constantly but then one thing or a series of “things” happen and they are forced to put up with each other. Eventually the sexual tension builds up so much that they have to either kill each other or sleep with each other. A good example of this is Spike and Buffy in Buffy The Vampire Slayer. From the beginning the sexual tension seemed almost unintentional but fantastic nonetheless.” - Kelly West, Cinema Blend (“The Clicker Examines Great TV Romances”, 11-05)

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