TV and Movies·Posted on 21 Mar 201817 Of The Most WTF Moments From '00s TVSpoilers, obviously.by Hattie SoykanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. When One Tree Hill regularly had world renowned artists performing in town. Warner Bros Television The small town of Tree Hill seemed to be a massive attraction despite its relatively small population and venue. At one point, Peyton even ended up dating Pete Wentz... while she was a high school student... which is pretty weird. 2. When a dog ate Dan's heart on One Tree Hill. Warner Bros Television Lets not even touch on how Dan somehow managed to earn himself a redemption arc on the show after killing his own brother. We're a few seasons in and Dan's long awaited heart transplant falls through when a clumsy nurse drops the heart onto the hospital floor and.... a dog eats it. A dog. This is probably the wildest thing to happen on TV ever. 3. When Marissa shot Trey on The O.C. and "Whatcha' Say" by Imogen Heap played the scene out. Warner Bros Television This one isn't even about the storyline, honestly, it's just the choice of song given the high drama of the moment. We have a winner here for long-lasting memegevity because "mmm watcha say" is a classic. 4. When Landry and Tyra murdered someone on Friday Night Lights and then the show never really brought it up again. NBCUniversal Television Okay, Friday Night Lights is a perfect show and I pretend this storyline doesn't exist. Landry (justifiably) kills Tyra's attacker and obviously chaos ensues when they try to hide the body, yadda yadda. Maybe the writers came to their senses and realised this plot didn't even slightly fit with the shows themes and sense of realism, because they pretty much never talked about it after the initial twist. 5. When Annie committed a hit-and-run in 90210 and got away with a slap on the wrist. CBS Television She later dates Jasper, the nephew of the man she killed, who eventually blackmails her with evidence of the hit-and-run, sets fire to Liam's boat, and I guess just disappears until Season 5. Hmmmmm. 6. When Topanga gave up her college plans for Cory on Boy Meets World. Buena Vista Television This one hurt almost as bad as Rachel giving up Paris for Ross on Friends. 7. When Ross kinda wanted to sleep with his cousin on Friends. Warner Bros Television Sure, Denise Richards is beautiful but hey, I'm allowed to say that because she's not my cousin. But Ross is the worst and we all know this so I'll just leave this be. 8. When Jim kept hiding stuff from Pam on The Office instead of having an open, honest dialogue in their marriage. NBCUniversal Television Earlier on in the show, Jim buys his parents house without consulting Pam. It's meant to be a cute "surprise" but a decision like that should be made together. After this, it shouldn't be surprising that he started a business without involving her, moved away, and created a rift in their marriage. Honestly, I used to be a hardcore Jim/Pam stan but the more I reflect on it, Brian the dude with the nice arms, would never be as much of a manbaby as Jim Halpert. 9. When everyone ended up coming back to life on The Vampire Diaries. Warner Bros Television There was always a unique explanation for each individual case, but it got to the point where you wouldn't grieve someone's death because - unless you googled an actor's contract - you knew they'd be back to life in some shape or form pretty soon. 10. When Morgan got the intersect on Chuck. Warner Bros Television The Morgan-becomes-the-intersect storyline defeated the whole purpose of what made Chuck Chuck. The side effects of the intersect gave him an intolerably swollen ego and made him dye his hair blonde. It made no sense whatsoever. 11. And when Sarah lost her memory on Chuck. Warner Bros Television Four years of angst and will-they-won't-they leads to Chuck and Sarah finally getting married, only to have it all torn away when Sarah has her memory taken from her and ends up trying to kill Chuck. What ever happened to closure and a good old happy ending? 12. When Emily's dad ended up being alive on Revenge. Disney–ABC Domestic Television The ENTIRE premise of the show was that Emily was seeking (dare I say it??) ~revenge~ for her father's death. Tons of people get hurt, even die, in Emily's quest for justice and it ends up being in vain because yep, David Clarke has been alive this whole time. 13. When Dexter and Debra had feelings for each other on Dexter. CBS Television Distribution Okay, I'd argue that was Dexter was never a sociopath but was trained to be a serial killer by his dad, but thats neither here nor there right now. We're here to talk about Deb and Dexter in the last season. Sure, they weren't biological siblings, but they were raised together... as siblings! Their romantic arc was weird and gross. Then, in the series finale, Dexter ends up giving it all up to be a lumberjack. A LUMBERJACK. 14. When Madison on Everwood had Ephram's baby and Andy made her keep it a secret. Warner Bros Television Intentions aside, this is a pretty shitty move for a father to make. Especially a single parent. Things went to shit because she told Ephram about it at the worst possible moment, on the eve of his Julliard audition. Honestly, the whole Madison storyline was a mess and ruined so many previously well written relationships. 15. Whenever someone got pregnant on The Secret Life of an American Teenager. Disney–ABC Domestic Television Okay, I'll take Amy's pregnancy given that it's the premise of the show, but after a certain point, too many teens in the same town were getting pregnant. Come on, you have an epidemic on your hands, the school needed to start teaching about birth control. 16. Literally the whole of Gilmore Girls when Lorelai was bitter and resentful towards Emily for no reason. Warner Bros Television Emily loves her daughter ferociously and would do anything for her. Sure she can be overbearing and difficult, but whose parents aren't? She always just wanted the best for Lorelai, but Lorelai, with the emotional maturity of a 15-year-old, was ungrateful and downright mean. 17. When Dan was revealed to be Gossip Girl on Gossip Girl. Warner Bros Television Leaking details of his sister's sex life, outing himself as a cheater, and telling the world his girlfriend has an STD are just some of the things Dan Humphrey as Gossip Girl would be guilty of. There were plenty of times Dan got a Gossip Girl update and looked visibly surprised. It literally does not add up. Also, why was Kristen Bell the voice of Gossip Girl the whole time?