We weigh the pros and cons of one of 's most controversial couples. fans have been all about the 'shipper names since Day 1.

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) and the writers have given Overstreet ample time to show off his knack for impressions.

In the wake of this season's romantic bloodbath in "The Break-Up" episode, why not put these two together and bring some cheer? Check out the most dramatic celebrity makeovers CON: They're the comic relief of the show Then again, is it wise to have two of the show's strongest comedic talents paired up with each other?

Maybe if Brittany turned her attention to Joe (Samuel Larsen) she could actually get him to smile.

Or maybe she and Artie could get back together and Artie could get some lines again!

Ever since co-creator Ryan Murphy first tweeted a picture of Brittany (Heather Morris) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) in wedding-like garb with the caption "wedding of the year" last month, some fans have been waiting in eager anticipation for the new Mc Kinley couple to get together.

Meanwhile others have been bracing for what they have since dubbed the "Brampocalypse".

Even Brittany herself — in a hilarious fourth-wall-breaking incident — admitted she was hesitant to commit to Sam for fear the lesbians of the nation would turn on him, "get really violent and hurt your beautiful face and mouth," as Brittany so eloquently put it. PRO: Sam gets Brittany That may sound cheesy, but Brittany is a hard nut to crack, no matter how dim she may (or may not) be.

After watching Brittany fall head over heels for Santana (Naya Rivera), is now the time for her to move on — and with a member of the opposite sex? When Brittany suffered her sententa coffee-fueled downward spiral in "Britney 2.0," Sam was the only who was able to convince her to put down the cheesy puffs and get her act together.

(Kevin Mc Hale's comedic chops have been greatly underused this year.) And although it might sound like an odd match, if there is anyone that could get Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) out of her b----y phase, it would be Sam.

PRO: Santana needs to move on As much as Santana's biting one-liners and beautiful vocals are missed in the choir room, the show needs to stop conjuring up convoluted ways to drag her back to Mc Kinley.

As much as she hated to admit it, Santana loved being in glee club, but is there really any college freshman, especially one on a full cheerleading scholarship, who would jump at the chance to stay home with mom and dad and act in the high school musical? The Lima Heights Adjacent native is way too cool for that, and if Brittany finally moves on with Sam, maybe Santana can also move on and start worrying about more important things like following her dreams and moving to New York City.