Days Of Our Lives’ 5 Most Annoying Couples
It has been said that love makes the world go round, and this rings even more true when it comes to the world of soap operas. Sure, as fans, we love a solid storyline that can build awareness around an issue, or further develop a character; however, there is nothing better than watching a passionate love story grow between two characters on the small screen. While Days of Our Lives (DOOL) is infamous for their super couples, there have been times this daytime soap simply has not gotten it right. Below is a list of the top 5 most annoying couples in Salem.
5. JJ Deveraux and Paige Larson
It’s the classic recipe for soap opera couple success: add a rule-breaking bad boy, mixed in with the meek, sweet girl next door type, and you have a daytime super couple in the making. The fact that there is a little bad blood between their mothers, with Jennifer Deveaux and Eve Donavon still harboring a rivalry from their high school days, JJ and Paige should have really been DOOL’s top couple by now. Perhaps it was the constant nagging from Paige, the lying from JJ, or simply the lack of passion that landed this couple on the most annoying list. Regardless, it didn’t seem to work for the duo, and is it any surprise that JJ ended up turning to Paige’s mom for some affection in the long run?
4. Jennifer Deveraux and Daniel Jonas
Speaking of Jennifer, Ms. Deveraux experienced years of super coupledom with husband Jack Deveraux in the ’90s, which spanned over twenty years. When hey would split up, they always found their way back to each other. While fans were ecstatic about Jenn’s DOOL return in 2010, her relationship with Daniel Jonas has received mixed reviews. Dannifer has had their fair share of trials and tribulations over the years: returning husbands, conflict around Jonas’ baby mommas, as well as Jennifer’s son JJ. Still, they seem to drift apart, and then sweetly (yet annoyingly), fall back in love. They have all the factors for a solid super couple: both are quite attractive, intellectual, and strong. Still, mix them together (especially under any type of overly dramatic storyline), and they just naturally fall into the annoying category.