1.In Parks and Recreation, it was never made clear who was actually filming the cast, nor what their interviews were being used for.
2.In Grey's Anatomy, Izzie's brain tumour went undetected for months despite her being a doctor, working in a hospital with other doctors and having vivid visual and auditory hallucinations.
3.In the final season of The Office, Angela told Dwight that he was the biological father of her child despite him undergoing a DNA test in a previous season which ruled him out.
4.In Glee, Quinn made a miraculous recovery from a major car accident — which left her in a wheelchair for most of the third season — to perform at the nationals.
5.In season five of Brooklyn Nine Nine, Jake magically grew a beard and moustache despite having said in season three that he was "physically incapable" of doing so.
6.In Gilmore Girls, Lorelai managed to run away aged 16 by leaving a note for her parents simply saying she'd left, and no one did anything about it.
7.In Riverdale, Jason and Cheryl Blossom — a set of twins — are different ages.
8.In Teen Wolf, Malia was able to hop straight into senior year of high school with little to no problem, despite having been trapped as a werecoyote from the ages of nine until 17.
9.In The Walking Dead, it's known that large noises can draw and keep hordes of zombies in one place, yet no one has used it to their advantage.
10.In Game of Thrones it's clearly stated that the white walkers can't swim, but somehow they're able to wrap large chains around Viserion at the bottom of a frozen lake.
11.In Pretty Little Liars, Hanna's college counsellor thinks she has the intelligence and enough extra-curricular interests to apply to top universities despite Hanna spending all of her free time stalking people and trying not to get killed.
12.Oh, and while we're on the theme of Pretty Little Liars, why did the girls not immediately go to their parents, the police or literally any other authority who could easily have helped them when the stalking began?
13.The last few episodes in season seven of Rules of Engagement revolve around Timmy being on the brink of deportation after his visa expires, despite him finding out in season four that he's been a US citizen for years.
14.In The OC, the characters were juniors in season one and didn't graduate high school until the end of season three...with two summers in between.
15.The timeline in Orange is the New Black is so screwed that the characters constantly mention real-life events that haven't happened in their universe yet.
16.It seems impossible that Dan was Gossip Girl given the number of times he appeared alone and shell-shocked after reading an update. And there were also several times when GG Blasts went out that he couldn't have conceivably sent.
17.Also on Gossip Girl, there was a long and drawn out plotline which climaxed with Dan and Serena discovering they shared a half-sibling who was then never mentioned or seen again.
18.There's a major inconsistency in Sex and the City which blows apart Samantha's whole backstory.
19.In the first season of Supernatural, it's discovered that a demon can be identified by its specific response to the word: "Christo." But from season two onwards, it's never used.
20.In Friends, Phoebe claims more than once that her father left before she was born, yet when she eventually meets him it's revealed that he not only sang her lullabies as a baby, but they inspired "Smelly Cat."
21.And, finally, in the Friends pilot, Chandler and Rachel are introduced as if they'd never met despite them having hung out multiple times as teenagers, spent a memorable Thanksgiving together during which Monica cut off Chandler's toe, and, you know, MADE OUT.
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