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Glee is an American musical-comedy-drama television series that aired on the Fox network in the United States from May 19, 2009 to March 20, 2015.


GLEE is a musical comedy about a group of ambitious and talented young adults in search of strength, acceptance and, ultimately, their voice. Over six years the series followed a dynamic group of high school students from the halls of McKinley to the mean streets of New York City, as they embarked on life after high school.[1]


Chris Colfer as Kurt Hummel
Kevin McHale as Artie Abrams
Lea Michele as Rachel Berry
Naya Rivera as Santana Lopez
Jenna Ushkowitz as Tina Cohen-Chang
Amber Riley as Mercedes Jones
Mark Salling as Noah Puckerman
Heather Morris as Brittany Pierce
Chord Overstreet as Sam Evans
Darren Criss as Blaine Anderson
Harry Shum Jr. as Mike Chang
Cory Monteith as Finn Hudson
Jayma Mays as Emma Pillsbury
Dianna Agron as Quinn Fabray
Jonathan Groff as Jessie St. James



Brochel - the ship between Brody Weston and Rachel Berry
Finchel - the ship between Finn Hudson and Rachel Berry
Fuinn - the ship between Finn Hudson and Quinn Fabray
Hummelberry - the ship between Kurt Hummel and Rachel Berry
Puckleberry - the ship between Noah Puckerman and Rachel Berry
Quick - the ship between Quinn Fabray and Noah Puckerman
Rydique - the ship between Unique and Ryder Lynn
Samcedes - the ship between Sam Evans and Mercedes Jones
Sebtana - the ship between Sebastian Smythe and Santana Lopez
St. Berry - the ship between Jesse St. James and Rachel Berry
Tartie - the ship between Tina Cohen-Chang and Artie Abrams
Wemma - the ship between Will Schuester and Emma Pillsbury


Blam - the ship between Sam Evans and Blaine Anderson
Huntbastian - the ship between Hunter Clarington and Sebastian Smythe
Kadam - the ship between Adam Crawford and Kurt Hummel
Kam - the ship between Sam Evans and Kurt Hummel
Klaine - the ship between Blaine Anderson and Kurt Hummel
Kurtbastian - the ship between Kurt Hummel and Sebastian Smythe
Kurtofsky - the ship between Kurt Hummel and David Karofsky
Pinn - the ship between Noah Puckerman and Finn Hudson
Seblaine - the ship between Sebastian Smythe and Blaine Anderson
Sinn - the ship between Sam Evan and Finn Hudson


Brittana - the ship between Brittany Pierce and Santana Lopez
Faberry - the ship between Quinn Fabray and Rachel Berry
Pezberry - the ship between Santana Lopez and Rachel Berry
Quinntana - the ship between Santana Lopez and Quinn Fabray


Furt - the ship between Finn Hudson and Kurt Hummel


Anderberry - the ship between Rachel Berry and Blaine Anderson



Numerous and often, ship wars are arguments between fans who support different ships, and are especially common when two pairings have a character in common. A recent example of this is the ship war between the "Klainers" (who support Kurt/Blaine) and the "Kum" shippers (who support Kurt/Sam). Ship wars are particularly vicious within the Glee fandom, and can last quite a long time. Many occur on Tumblr, and can quickly turn personal.

One reoccurring ship war topic involves the "Kurtofsky" (Kurt/Karofsky) ship, which has attracted negative attention due to some fans' perception that Dave Karofsky was a sexual predator.



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# portmanteau characters type
16653 Klaine Kurt Hummel/Blaine Anderson slash
2654 Brittana Brittany Pierce/Santana Lopez femslash
2242 Faberry Rachel Berry/Quinn Fabray femslash
1978 Kurtbastian Kurt Hummel/Sebastian Smythe slash
1808 Seblaine Blaine Anderson/Sebastian Smythe slash
1205 Puckurt Kurt Hummel/Noah Puckerman slash
1169 Finchel Rachel Berry/Finn Hudson het
880 Kurtofsky Kurt Hummel/David Karofsky slash
790 Blam Blaine Anderson/Sam Evans slash
655 Kadam Adam Crawford/Kurt Hummel slash

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