20 Of Your Favorite Characters Who Should Star In Spin-Offs Together
For years, Tumblr has romantically shipped actors, musicians and characters from film, television and literature to our ultimate, creepy, voyeuristic delight.
Last week, Reddit changed the game by shipping beloved existing characters they'd kill to see star together in spin-off series. User deployedinspiration asked fellow Redditors,
Which two fictional characters from a different movie/tv show should have their own series together?
DEAR HOLLYWOOD, SOMEONE NEEDS TO MAKE THESE SHOWS HAPPEN.
Burt Macklin (FBI) from "Parks and Recreation" and Agent Michael Scarn from "The Office"
Tagline: "They're armed and danger -- OH MY GOD! EVERYONE OUT! THIS IS ACTUALLY VERY DANGEROUS! SOMEONE DISARM THOSE IDIOTS! WHO THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA?!"
Cersei Lannister from "Game of Thrones" and Claire Underwood from "House of Cards."
It's actually just a reboot of the original "Parent Trap." Again.
Dumbledore from "Harry Potter" and Gandalf from "Lord of the Rings"
Dumbledore joins Gandalf for a raunchy road trip comedy and, uh, yeah, there's a makeover montage!
Jean-Ralphio Saperstein from "Parks and Recreation" and Kramer from "Seinfeld"
This show is mostly about hair but also about failed schemes/big entrances and exits.
Frank Reynolds from "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" and Frank Gallagher from "Shameless"
The theme song is just a chorus of vomit sounds.
Ron Swanson from "Parks and Recreation" and Dwight Schrute from "The Office"
Tagline: "Trust nothing and no one... but each other."
Fran Fine from "The Nanny" and Janice from "FRIENDS"
Their show? "Franice." The premise? Each episode, the duo attempts to break the sound barrier using only their laughter.
Doctor Who from "Doctor Who" and Doc Brown from "Back to the Future"
Elevator pitch: TIME TRAVEL! CONCERNED STARES! YOUNG APPRENTICES! EXPLOSIONS!
Veronica Mars from "Veronica Mars" and Buffy Summers from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
Join ~Ronnie & The Buff~ as they take down rich and famous vampires with
wooden stakes snarky one-liners.
Dennis Reynolds from "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" and Sterling Archer from "Archer"
"The Fuckboy Chronicles" is a dramatic miniseries following two relentless fuckboys whose behavior leads them down a road of emptiness, hopelessness and shirtlessness. Emmy-bait at its finest.