10 most disliked Star Trek couples, ranked

It's almost Valentine's Day! Love is in the air... and so are terrible choices in Star Trek couples.

"Such Sweet Sorrow" -- Ep#213 -- Pictured (l-r): Shazad Latif as Tyler; Sonequa Martin-Green as Burnham of the CBS All Access series STAR TREK: DISCOVERY. Photo Cr: Ben Mark Holzberg/CBS ©2018 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
"Such Sweet Sorrow" -- Ep#213 -- Pictured (l-r): Shazad Latif as Tyler; Sonequa Martin-Green as Burnham of the CBS All Access series STAR TREK: DISCOVERY. Photo Cr: Ben Mark Holzberg/CBS ©2018 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved. /
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5. T'Pol and Trip Tucker (Star Trek: Enterprise)

Ever go on a road trip that's so boring that the only entertainment is watching the universe's most mismatched couple try to figure out if they're in love or just really, really annoyed with each other? Welcome to the T'Pol and Trip Tucker saga from Star Trek: Enterprise, the romantic equivalent of trying to mix oil and water, or better yet, Vulcan logic and human impulsiveness.

On one side, you've got T'Pol, the ice queen of Vulcan cool, whose idea of a wild night is probably meditating a little less rigorously. On the other, there's Trip, the human equivalent of a Labrador retriever: always eager, sometimes slobbery, and with a knack for sticking his nose where it probably doesn't belong.

Fans watched with a mix of fascination and face-palming as these two danced around their feelings, which were about as consistent as a replicator trying to make decent pizza. One minute, they're sharing deeply emotional moments that suggest they might just be soulmates across the stars. The next, they're bickering like an old married couple who can't agree on what to watch on the holodeck. It's like the universe threw them together and said, "Let's see what happens when you mix Vulcan chill with Southern charm." Spoiler: It's a hot mess, but somehow, it's a mess you can't help but watch.

Despite the rollercoaster ride of their relationship, those moments of genuine connection amidst the confusion and the occasional emotional meltdown (looking at you, Trip) gave fans a glimmer of hope that love might just conquer all, even when it seems like it's lost in space.