Whether it be cliches or the whatnot what are some stuff you love to see in writing? For me it's characters resolving things like adults. I don't know why it's such a trend on american television but characters will have season long conflicts over a small misunderstanding. You'll find it on Sitcoms like Friends or shows that seem like they're written by children like The Walking Dead, honestly I feel like I was done with American drama as a whole, until I watched Season 1 of Daredevil.
Foggy Nelson finally figures out that Matt Murdock is actually 'The Devil of Hell's Kitchen' and he confronts Matt stating that has contradicted himself because of this, since Matt has said he wanted to do this legally. So instead of Foggy just leaving Matt there, he actually listens to matt's story. He gets pissy for a couple days, which is like one episode and then forgives him, because he doesn't think this completely under minds the years of crap they've slogged through together. It's not like Foggy completely forgives Matt outright either though, he still disagrees with what Matt has been doing, and says that even though he disagrees with Matt, that they need to try and move forward. Like an adult! After 10 years of Rachel and Ross, this was amazing for me to see.