Top 5 Weirdly Incestuous Performances in Television That Creeped Us Out
Have you ever fallen in love, or just supreme hump fever with someone you worked with? It makes sense, you're around them a lot, you share a lot of the same experiences, maybe it's not allowed so there's the danger aspect, and most of all work is boring so you have to find something to occupy your mind while you unjam a printer. Sometimes it even leads to happily ever after. I exist because two coworkers got together.
The same holds true for Hollywood. People meet on set all the time and end up couples. It's so expected now that we've been force fed a fake relationship between Robert Pattison and Kristen Stewart in the tabloids since the first Twilight film came out, with people actually getting mad at one or the other for supposedly cheating as if we had any kind of stake in the subject at all.
At least Pattinson and Stewart were playing a couple, though. Sometimes the spark happens between people playing family members, and they can't quite turn the sex thoughts off no matter how good of actors they happen to be. Here are the one's that really creeped us out.
If you haven't read Barry William's memoir I Was a Teenage Greg then you really should. It's a good book and Williams has an easy to like style. During his run on The Brady Bunch he developed crushes on both his onscreen sister played by Maureen McCormack and mom played Florence Henderson.
McCormack briefly reciprocated William's feeling, even almost losing her virginity to him before her parents walked in. Henderson was more restrained, but did still agree to go on a single date with Williams. Nothing further ever occurred, but as you can in the video above where Greg and Carol react to the news that Greg is moving out that doesn't mean she never thought about it. It's worse than watching Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham eye-fuck each other on stage.
The Doctor briefly acquired a daughter named Jenny in Season 4 of Doctor Who when he was forced to contribute a DNA sample to a cloning machine that breeds soldiers. Jenny started out as a gun-toting badass, but eventually came to accept her father's ways of pursuing non-violent methods to end conflicts. Unfortunately, she died in his arms after being shot by her former superior officer. Unknown to The Doctor, she regenerated after birth and flew off on her own adventures.
Jenny was played by Georgia Moffett, the daughter of the Fifth Doctor Peter Davison, who had auditioned earlier for the part of Rose Tyler. Sometime after filming "The Doctor's Daughter" her and David Tennant began dating and eventually married. (Yes, the daughter of the Fifth Doctor married the Tenth Doctor and had a daughter with him, who we can only hope will grow up and marry the Fifteenth Doctor). Tennant keeps his cool throughout the episode, though Moffett is a bit more openly flirty.
That hug at the end of the video though... it's a little handsy for a dad.