What's the biggest argument freddie and Chad have ever had and Jay and evie
The biggest argument Freddie and Chad have ever is because of Chad still being a very casual flirt. He’s much more aware of the effects of his handsomeness and Charming Charm, and is careful not to misuse it in a way that could potentially harm someone or make their life worse than before he walked in, but that doesn’t mean he’s completely opposed to flirting with cashiers, making suggestive jokes, and occasionally checking other people out.
Freddie gets EXTREMELY insecure at this, because on the Isle, that’s one of the first, subtle signs that you’re about to be broken up with and replaced with someone else; normally, she wouldn’t be this freaked out about this, but Chad is not normal: he’s an AK, they’ve already weathered rough periods and gone through all the different signs and habits of VK relationships and are still together, and he legitimately, actually loves her in spite of the lack of practical and sometimes emotional things she can offer to him.
(Going back to the Difference Between AK and VK relationships, AK’s have friends and family to go to to seek comfort, VK’s generally only tend to have their lovers to confide in and will quickly break up with them and find a new, relatively more sympathetic ear in a hurry as they have no choice.)
It stays a hot button issue for the both of them, as Chad feels that not acknowledging his attractiveness and making use of it for good goes against his new philosophy in life (that is, “Polishing up section of the castle,” doing whatever he can to make things inherently better than before if on a limited, personal scale), and Freddie has all manner of lingering personal issues.
As for Jay and Evie, the number one argument they get into is how Jay’s raucous reputation as a rough and tumble Professional Tourney player or what have you negatively affects Evie’s job, as even in Auradon there isn’t too clear a separation of work and your after-work life, and they believe heavily in the saying “Tell me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are.” Her bosses frequently, if incorrectly, worry that Evie’s professional behaviour might just be a very good front put up by a party girl and that she might cause a professional blunder when it really matters.
It’s racist, yes, but it’s also largely unconscious, and Evie has issues separating her emotions and who actually causes them, so her frustrations tend to get dumped on Jay.