You don’t have to be a body language expert to think that Bowman, his arms folded protectively over his chest, his eyes dead, horrified or distracted, is not as into this whole thing as Van Camp, who looms over him, lips mashed against his face, sucking with desperate determination. Then again, that could just be a terrible photo, taken at a weird moment.
If a recent photo of the couple is anything to go by, their real-life relationship may have been concluded by the time tonight’s new episode starts. If they aren’t very good at acting and/or their breakup is especially acrimonious, that awkwardness will be obvious. We do not want to see real-life problems on our guilty pleasure fun show.Perhaps history can be our judge: let’s take a look at on/off-screen couples of TV shows past, from Ozzie and Harriet to Billy and Allison; from Sydney and Vaughn to Dexter and Debra, to see just how well that worked out for everyone.The 50s In the beginning, there were old married people.Here are 15 couples whose real-life romances ruined their shows.While their characters dated on The Vampire Diaries, Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder dated in real life., but according to the hunky actor himself, it was hard to get a date as a teenager.