Their relationship would have never worked, and after several seasons of unsuccessful hook-ups and a failed attempt at rekindling his marriage to Caroline, Sonny should have been like, "Babe, you're hot and all, but seriously, you're going to end up dead or leaving the country, soooo ... let's bang for now and go about our ways." Actually, if the writers were going to be true to character, that's what he would have done. Tubbs has a brief moment of sanity after Crockett tells him about his and Caitlin's plans to wed, but he immediately goes out of character and is all smiles. Gina is initially cold but then is all, "It was MY idea to get you guys tickets for your honeymoon!"
And privacy. Hahahahahaha. That's Sonny and Caitlin's entire backup plan for keeping his undercover work safe. Because we all know how private the lives of pop stars are, even back in the 80s. All that explodes in their faces a few episodes later, when reporters discover that Crockett (as Burnett, because going by his undercover name was such a good fucking idea, guys) has deep ties to the underworld of Miami. Caitlin supposedly has this wholesome, good girl image, and then she married a drug dealer. ALLEGEDLY. I appreciate that this was brought up, but it never really has any consequences on Caitlin's career or Sonny's. Well, except she dies at the end, but that had to do with an asshole who accidentally shot his wife but blamed it on Sonny.
Yeah, I'll just leave it at that. Everything about that last sentence just frustrates me.
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* ANGELA'S. HAIR. I love her outfit, but that weird Pebbles-esque topknot insanity gets me. EVERY. TIME.