History Fridge / AdventureTime

1st Feb '17 1:56:02 PM Monolaf317
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* Jake saves [[spoiler: the Multiverse]] by ''simply being a dog.'' Think about it. He acts like a typical golden retriever - friendly, simple, no attention span - and he wins over the lonely Prismo to the point where Prismo is willing to bend the rules ever so slightly and suggest a wish.
** And the title of that episode? Jake the Dog.
** Slight correction: Jake is a bulldog, just throwing that out there.

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* Jake saves [[spoiler: the Multiverse]] by ''simply being a dog.'' Think about it. He acts like a typical golden retriever bulldog - friendly, simple, no attention span - and he wins over the lonely Prismo to the point where Prismo is willing to bend the rules ever so slightly and suggest a wish.
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wish. And the title of that episode? Jake the Dog.
** Slight correction: Jake is a bulldog, just throwing that out there.
Dog.
7th Jan '17 12:20:32 PM LazerAbe78
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** And his parents are dead, so he wouldn't even have mature guidance through all of this.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has a really huge one. The series is implies that Finn and Jake are running around in post-apocalyptic Earth. Multiple times throughout the series, they reference a great war that took place many years ago. Finn is apparently the only human left in this multicolored world riddled with artifacts of human life, like broken down cars, computer stuff, and the occasional human skull. Now if you look at the opening sequence to every Adventure Time episode, there are three nukes, embedded into the hillside. The entire world of Adventure Time is full of sentient candy, giant monsters, evil creatures, and humanoid animal crosses. What kind of horrible radiation storm took place to make all of that?

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** And his parents are dead, so he wouldn't even have mature guidance through all of this.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''
*''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has a really huge one. The series is implies that Finn and Jake are running around in post-apocalyptic Earth. Multiple times throughout the series, they reference a great war that took place many years ago. Finn is apparently the only human left in this multicolored world riddled with artifacts of human life, like broken down cars, computer stuff, and the occasional human skull. Now if you look at the opening sequence to every Adventure Time episode, there are three nukes, embedded into the hillside. The entire world of Adventure Time is full of sentient candy, giant monsters, evil creatures, and humanoid animal crosses. What kind of horrible radiation storm took place to make all of that?
30th Oct '16 6:48:15 PM AntMan
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* Finn's depression in the episode "Music Hole" over the broken Finn Sword makes alot of sense when one remembers the origins of it and his connection to it. Because of the crack on the gem, it is kinda broken and Finn feels similiarly like that.

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* Finn's depression in the episode "Music Hole" over the broken Finn Sword makes alot of sense when one remembers the origins of it and his connection to it. Because of the crack on the gem, it is kinda broken and Finn feels similiarly similarly like that.that.
* Ice King's obsession with Bubblegum even more so than the other princesses all makes perfect sense when we meet Betty. Intelligent, determined, tough... the two are very much alike.
22nd Oct '16 4:09:26 PM N8han11
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-->''Okay. Why did the merman'' sea ''the movie?''
*** That's not it. The line is, '''"What did the mermaid... sea? A movie?"'''

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-->''Okay. Why did the merman'' sea ''the movie?''
*** That's not it. The line is, '''"What
-->'''"What did the mermaid... sea? A movie?"'''movie?"'''
13th Oct '16 12:45:58 PM RaisenRhaasen
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** Some theorize that this moment is why [[http://media.tumblr.com/64b574bae23922870a009cc56c363adc/tumblr_inline_mmt183rLfY1qksxpg.png Jake Jr.]] [[doesn't have a face, and her horn is on the wrong side of her body.]]

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** Some theorize that this moment is why [[http://media.tumblr.com/64b574bae23922870a009cc56c363adc/tumblr_inline_mmt183rLfY1qksxpg.png Jake Jr.]] [[doesn't [[spoiler: doesn't have a face, and her horn is on the wrong side of her body.]]
12th Oct '16 2:12:42 PM RaisenRhaasen
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*** And then you realize about how often [[ThisLoserIsYou how often you do the]] [[TakeThatAudience same things]] when playing ''VideoGame/TheSims''.

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*** And then you realize about how often [[ThisLoserIsYou how often you do the]] [[TakeThatAudience same things]] when playing ''VideoGame/TheSims''.
10th Oct '16 7:44:02 PM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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* "Gold Stars" reveals that [[spoiler:the Lich]] still exists in Sweet Pea, albeit with little influence on the outside world and a prisoner of his own fleshy body. Sweet Pea seems to age, meaning that he'll eventually die. Meaning it's likely that once this happens [[spoiler:the Lich will be free]], and given his host's [[CheerfulChild age]] will probably outlive Finn and Jake.
26th Aug '16 11:03:19 AM Anarquistador
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* In "Bonny and Neddy," we learn that the Candy Kingdom is basically powered by ''dragon poop.'' To be more precise, there's a candy dragon living in a chasm under the cavern whose excretions are the source of the magical candy river that makes the Kingdom responsible. The only thing that stops it from crossing over into PoweredByAForesakenChild territory is that Neddy seems to be okay with sitting in a cave and sucking on a root for all eternity.

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* In "Bonny and Neddy," we learn that the Candy Kingdom is basically powered by ''dragon poop.'' To be more precise, there's a candy dragon living in a chasm under the cavern whose excretions are the source of the magical candy river that makes the Kingdom responsible. The only thing that stops it from crossing over into PoweredByAForesakenChild PoweredByAForsakenChild territory is that Neddy seems to be okay with doesn't really mind sitting in a cave and sucking on a root for all eternity.
26th Aug '16 11:02:24 AM Anarquistador
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* In "Bonny and Neddy," we learn that the Candy Kingdom is basically powered by ''dragon poop.'' To be more precise, there's a candy dragon living in a chasm under the cavern whose excretions are the source of the magical candy river that makes the Kingdom responsible. The only thing that stops it from crossing over into PoweredByAForesakenChild territory is that Neddy seems to be okay with sitting in a cave and sucking on a root for all eternity.
16th Aug '16 6:42:29 AM ading
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* In "Princess Monster Wife", when listing the body parts he used to make Princess Monster Wife, Ice King mentions that he took Doctor Princess' '''heart and intestines'''. Ice King '''[[NotSoHarmlessVillain murdered someone]]''' to make his perfect wife. Making this even worse is that he mentions it so casually-has he killed people before?
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