These two are definitely going strong after the credits–but at a cost. He for sure lost his job because he pursued a relationship with a “student” in his classroom. And yes, she was an adult, but he didn’t know that at first.
These two would not work out. Steve basically cheated on his fiancée with Mary, and as they say, “Once a cheater, always a cheater.” I give them a maximum of five years before he leaves her for someone younger.
This should not and would not work out for Josh and Cher after the credits. She’s only sixteen. These two are at different stages of life, so it wouldn’t work even if they weren’t family at one point.
In the first option, they divorce without a prenup, so Vivian gets half of Edward’s money and lives the rest of her life in a fancy penthouse. Alternately, they stay together despite her past, but the much-older Edward ends up passing away.
They’re a pretty sweet couple at the end of Mean Girls, but it’s a high school relationship. Those rarely work out in the long run. I think once they leave for different colleges, they’d make it a semester or two before breaking up.
Troy and Gabriella would never work out in the real world. I feel they’d try to make it work but eventually break up because of their separate interests. On a happy note, Gabriella would probably meet someone in college who appreciated her more.
This is the only high school couple on my list that I see making it, if only because of when Grease takes place. Danny would propose soon after graduation, and they would get married within a year.
If you think these two would be the power couple of the legal world, you’d be right. Emmett is always supportive of Elle and would help her achieve her goals. And from the beginning, Elle brought light and humor into Emmett’s otherwise dull world.
Jenna and Matt were made for each other, and nothing will break these two apart. She fought for him when she was a 13-year-old stuck in a 30-year-old body, and she will fight for him forever. You can’t convince me they aren’t soulmates.