The 2x02 fight
By - Suvilerb
They’re both quick to forgive and there’s a limited time in episodes to show all the relationship stuff, usually everyone’s trying not to die! Plus it seems safe to assume they probably did discuss it, it’s just not shown.
This type of question has been asked quite a bit on this page recently and there’s a bunch of people who have given much better replies than this one, that go quite in depth. If you get a spare 5 minutes have a scroll down :).
I actually wrote something in response to a post a little while ago that suggested wayhaught had nothing in common besides broad personality traits that I think kind of fits here. Please excuse the copy/paste!
> I know it's really tempting to look for this kinda stuff on TV, but the reality is that stuff people have in common outside broadly compatible personalities... tends to be too boring or specific to include in most TV shows (that are already struggling to shave seconds off the run time, that's why people never say bye on the phone on TV). Especially in shows where the point isn't just 'main character desires relationship - gets one', looking at you HIMYM.
> We saw multiple times in season 1 quick things to say they were hanging out (not yet together) where they were presumably doing stuff and talking. Personal favourite:
> "I said I'd see Nicole before the Poker Spectacular"
"Are you and Nicole best friends now?"
> We don't need a scene of them like, theorising about what's gonna happen in The Doors of Stone, playing WoW or arguing about which season of Buffy is best (it's season 5 do NOT @ me). That's what fanfic fluff is for!
> Having said that I hope Waverly picked up an interest in The Golden Girls
I know OP asked about making up but I think my point still stands, tv shows ain't always got time to fully hash out every conversation between two characters. You just have to trust the writers that the characters they have created are behaving in a way that is authentic to them. It's totally reasonable and expected that wayhaught would make up and even though I'm personally a sucker for fluff, I still think having the full argument/conversation wouldn't work in a high octane show. You know these characters love each other and would forgive each other. We don't need to see every second of their lives together to trust that to be the case.
There's plenty of shows that do the full shebang (geddit?) and script out every verbal interaction in luxurious and laborious detail but needless to say those characters aren't also killing demons!
OP, if you're looking for the long conversations about feelings from wayhaught I can confirm there is plenty of great fanfic! As I said, I'm keen on fluff lol. Sorry for the essay, it's just something I've given a fair bit of thought to.
Wish I could up vote you twice, once for the comment and once for the use of ‘she-bang’, but you’ll have to make do with one.