15 TV Moments That Were Actually Kinda Toxic Now That I Watch Them Again
Never trust a man who buys a house without telling you.
1. On Parks and Recreation, when Ann broke up with Andy, and instead of moving out, he lived behind her house in a tent so he could "keep an eye on her."
2. On Friends, when Ross lied to Rachel about getting their marriage annulled.
3. On Jane the Virgin, when Rafael acted like he was the victim when Jane chose to be with Michael, and then he repeatedly undermined their relationship.
4. On Glee, when Rachel cheated on Finn with his best friend, because Finn had slept with someone else way before he even started dating Rachel.
5. On Grey's Anatomy, when Derek dated Nurse Rose because he wanted to make Meredith jealous.
6. On Gilmore Girls, when Dean cheated on his wife, slept with Rory, and blamed everyone but himself for ending his marriage.
7. On How I Met Your Mother, when Ted lied about being in love with Robin and ruined his healthiest relationship because of it.
8. On Brooklyn Nine-Nine, when Amy demanded that Jake decide on the spot if he wanted to have kids with her, even after they never had this conversation once before they got married.
9. On The Office, when Jim made the huge financial decision to buy a house and never once consulted his wife, Pam.
10. On Sex and the City, when Carrie guilted her newly divorced friend Charlotte into giving her an old engagement ring just so Carrie could pawn it, buy her apartment, and never pay Charlotte back.
11. On The Mindy Project, when Mindy refused to prescribe a teenage patient birth control until she got to meet the prospective boy first.
12. On Riverdale, when Alice revealed she read Betty's diary and found birth control during a search through Betty's room, then proceeded to slut-shame her, proving she has no boundaries.
13. On Shameless, when Debbie decided to get pregnant on purpose because she "knew what" she wanted.
14. On Boy Meets World, when Cory allowed Topanga to turn down a scholarship to Yale just so she could be with him at a community college.
15. And finally, on The Office, when Michael tells the Scott's Tots students that he actually can't pay their college tuition.
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