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Remember, Tropes Are Tools: By itself a relationship that doesn't get painstakingly detailed development is not automatically bad, and like any other plot development, there are cases where it just needs to be done with and make place for more important things.
Sadly, the case is often the opposite - the romance the important thing, and, in spite of that, the author just didn't figure the "how it comes to happen" part was very important.
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The couple may have evolved over time at the original work, and the adaption may rush things into the romance, because it's one of the key aspects of the original work and to be included, no matter what. For when the build-up takes place before the series, see New Old Flame.
When this happens to minor characters and is less noticeable, it's a case of Pair the Spares.
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The potential problems are all still there, but at least they're not going to grow out of control throughout the rest of the plot since there's no rest of the plot left.Can crop up when the writers want to quickly counteract Ho Yay, Incest Subtext, or a Relationship Writing Fumble.