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Which Onscreen Conflicts Could Have Been Wrapped Up In Five Minutes If The Characters Literally Just Talked?

The Kissing Booth 2 would have been five minutes long if Elle and Noah actually knew how to communicate.

Conflict is obviously essential for storytelling. If all of the characters got along and nothing juicy ever happened, nobody would care!

However, there are times when a TV or movie conflict is reallyyyy frustrating to watch unfold. Like, this whole thing could have been easily resolved — or even prevented — if the characters just had a single conversation!

Constance Wu and Henry Golding as Rachel and Nick in "Crazy Rich Asians"

So, we want to know: What TV or movie conflict could have been solved if the characters had literally just talked?

A guy pulling a young girl away from another guy who has his hands raised

Perhaps you found Happiest Season wildly frustrating because Harper could have avoided the whole mess with Abby by just being honest about her family situation in the first place.

Abby and Harper in "Happiest Season."

Maybe you thought it was ridiculous that all of Annie's friends on 90210 immediately assumed she slept with Liam and shunned her for it instead of just...talking to her.

Two girls yelling at each other in "90210"

Or maybe you'll never understand why Luke didn't just TELL Lorelai that he had a secret daughter on Gilmore Girls instead of letting her find out on her own.

Lorelai telling Luke, "That's a hell of a long time to go without telling me"

Tell us what dumb TV or movie conflict could have been easily solved if the characters just talked, and WHY it was so frustrating to you. Your response could be featured in a future BuzzFeed Community post!