Dating fictional character

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Particularly if it’s a series by the same author and Hero 2 is Hero 1’s brother or best friend.

(Not naming any names here…Alaskan Courage series.) Five: You have, on multiple occasions, worried about and/or prayed for a fictional hero before remembering that he was fictional. Yes, please.) Eight: You have actually thought about how his last name would fit with yours.

Similarly Han Solo’s (Star Wars) frequent aggressive outbursts make him a bad match with Mary Jane Watson (Spiderman), and Eastenders’ Kat Slater’s coldness means she’s a poor pairing with Neighbours’ kind-hearted Harold Bishop.

When looking at characters that have been fictionally coupled together, Jack and Vera Duckworth of Coronation Street fame were found to be the most compatible with each other, followed by Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger.

Rochelle, Rochelle is a film referenced many times during the series.