X,Y,Z have acted in W with their real life husbands, but NOT as loving couples
- X is often insulted & comically strangled by her dude
- Y is stalked & harassed for years by her dude despite repeated NO's
- Z is gaslit & manipulated into sex by her dude

Name X,Y,Z,W.
Clue - the husbands are the writers of all these characters and setups
Seems like a stumper, so another clue.

Two of the couples were together before they acted on the show together.

The third couple got together early while shooting the show, but their characters have never had even a hint of romantic interest. They hate each other on screen.
Ok this stumped everyone so far and I have to sleep so.

W - It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
X - Kaitlin Olson (married to Rob McElhenney)
Y - Mary Elizabeth Ellis (married to Charlie Day)
Z - Jill Latiano (married to Glenn Howerton. Was the target in the D.E.N.N.I.S system.) twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Among those who watch #AlwaysSunny, almost everyone knows that Mac & Dee are married in real life. Some know that Charlie & the waitress are married in real life. But very few know that the woman in the classic D.E.N.N.I.S system episode was played by his then new bride, lol.

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