Why do shows end the episode or do something to make two characters who should`ve kissed not kiss?

Why do shows end the episode or do something to make two characters who should`ve kissed not kiss?

This question has been bugging me for a while. Why do shows interfere with two characters when they are about to kiss? They did it in Teen Titans Go when Robin was about to kiss Starfire, they ended the episode. And in Steven Universe, Steven and Connie were about to kiss until Connie got a headache. They also did that again in Lion 3: Straight to Video when Rose Quartz and Greg were about to kiss until the videotape ended. I want to know why shows do that!

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AlterEgo
Because they don't want to create any definite canon pairings.
It is better for marketing if they have the suspense of an "unrequited" romance or something of that sort.
on July 30, 2015
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Parabolic
Younger viewers shouldn't see it I guess idk? Make you think something is so shippable then never have actual stuff
on July 15, 2015
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RpgGamer
I think SpinnerFTW is correct.
on July 14, 2015
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SpinnerFTW
Three words: Dick you off
on July 14, 2015
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hesitantalien
bc they're assholes
hesitantalien
-3 votes nice
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on October 28, 2015
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on July 18, 2015
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