If the two of them wind up getting married, it's even worse — chances are that the Love Interest won't even make it to the honeymoon, or even through the ceremony! If they're together at the end of an arc, be prepared for Sudden Sequel Death Syndrome in the next one.
If the show has any amount of spy intrigue, there is at least a 50% chance that the new love interest is working for the other side and/or milking the relationship for intel; on intrigue-heavy shows such as , this probability approaches 100%, and odds are good that the hero will be required to personally contribute to his or her sweetie's demise.
However, if the character is enhanced by the presence of their beloved, the opposite can happen, where they really are Happily Married, usually after a drawn out period of toying with the idea, and the two go on to have children who have their own challenges ahead of them, thus breaking the curse.
In TV series, this is often caused by the closely related trope Status Quo Is God.
Fatal Attractor is a variation of this, except that the love interests in question usually survive, but prove to be woefully unsuitable for the hero in some way, if they don't turn out to be bad guys.
' Logan asked a man, who appeared to be guiding them through the forest, at the start of the shocking video. According to Forbes, Logan makes 0,000 per Facebook post and ,000 for sponsored content on Instagram. The Ohio native now lives in Los Angeles after he dropped out of Ohio University to pursue a career in social media entertainment. If a video is graphic, it can only remain on the site when supported by appropriate educational or documentary information and in some cases it will be age-gated.'We partner with safety groups such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to provide educational resources that are incorporated in our You Tube Safety Center.' Logan, 22, racks up over 20 million views on some of his daily vlogs.You Tube released a statement to Twitter Tuesday in response to vlogger Logan Paul's disturbing 'suicide forest' video.The video sharing company was criticized for their silence since Paul posted the 15-minute clip showing what appeared to be a man hanging from a tree at Mount Fuji on December 31.'Many of you have been frustrated with our lack of communication recently. You deserve to know what's going on,' the statement read.'Like many others, we were upset by the video that was shared last week.' Youtube went on to condemn Paul's irresponsible and careless behavior, while explaining their plans to take action.'Suicide is not a joke, nor should it ever be a driving force for views.