They just made dumb comments about how people weren't moving on and stuff. It was inane and childish to be honest. I've never seen a show where that happens. Honestly. I've seen show runners complaining about shippers (and that's the NICE term for their behavior). Basically they said that they were forced to have the characters together (this is about the X Files and Mulder and Scully), which is the biggest load full of baloney I've ever heard, since that seemed to be done since audience members were leaving the show and they had to keep people around some how, keep money flowing in. So they went in the direction most likely to help with that. Combine it with Frank Spotnitz saying that Chris Carter never wanting the characters to grow or evolve and it says a lot. The show outgrew its creator. Nothing wrong with that. Shippers wanted M and S together and by s10 and 11, Chris lashed out by having the characters broken up. Then in 11 they had a one night stand that meant nothing as it was shallow and insulting. It came down to the show runners behavior there along with the lack of quality in the writing.