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14th Apr '16 3:50:26 PM hamza678
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** CANCER, dude!
*** Cancer doesn't make you lose your hair. Chemotherapy and radiation therapy make you lose your hair. And exposure to radiation makes perfect sense considering [[AfterTheEnd the shows setting.]]
** [[{{House}} It's Lupus]].
*** Nah, it's never Lupus.



** ...uh, yeah. He says that's why he's ignoring Finn.
4th Apr '16 11:32:57 PM QueenMeanie
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* Don't look is an elaborate reference to "All is Vanity."
** The [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/adventuretimewithfinnandjake/images/0/02/S7e28_titlecard.png/revision/latest?cb=20160330183026 title card]] of this episode vs. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Allan_Gilbert#/media/File:Allisvanity.jpg the painting]].
** The Legend --> Dead mountain will "Change yourself into the person you always wanted to be."
*** Finn looks at himself (reflection) and wants to be taller (vanity).
*** The surface image Finn has of people is what they turn into. But that ignores the depth of who they are.
*** Finn does this to himself when he wants to be taller (vanity). The people around Finn help him accept himself again. Breaking the curse of Finn's vain desire to be taller.
** Vanity (the definition and synonyms helped round out my understanding of the episode)
*** excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or achievements. synonyms: conceit, narcissism, self-love, self-admiration, self-absorption, self-regard, the quality of being worthless or futile. (when he sees himself as his father)



* Don't look is an elaborate reference to "All is Vanity."
** The [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/adventuretimewithfinnandjake/images/0/02/S7e28_titlecard.png/revision/latest?cb=20160330183026 title card]] of this episode vs. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Allan_Gilbert#/media/File:Allisvanity.jpg the painting]].
** The Legend --> Dead mountain will "Change yourself into the person you always wanted to be."
*** Finn looks at himself (reflection) and wants to be taller (vanity).
*** The surface image Finn has of people is what they turn into. But that ignores the depth of who they are.
*** Finn does this to himself when he wants to be taller (vanity). The people around Finn help him accept himself again. Breaking the curse of Finn's vain desire to be taller.
** Vanity (the definition and synonyms helped round out my understanding of the episode)
*** excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or achievements. synonyms: conceit, narcissism, self-love, self-admiration, self-absorption, self-regard, the quality of being worthless or futile. (when he sees himself as his father)
4th Apr '16 11:13:00 PM QueenMeanie
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* Don't look is an elaborate reference to "All is Vanity."
** The [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/adventuretimewithfinnandjake/images/0/02/S7e28_titlecard.png/revision/latest?cb=20160330183026 title card]] of this episode vs. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Allan_Gilbert#/media/File:Allisvanity.jpg the painting]].
** The Legend --> Dead mountain will "Change yourself into the person you always wanted to be."
*** Finn looks at himself (reflection) and wants to be taller (vanity).
*** The surface image Finn has of people is what they turn into. But that ignores the depth of who they are.
*** Finn does this to himself when he wants to be taller (vanity). The people around Finn help him accept himself again. Breaking the curse of Finn's vain desire to be taller.
** Vanity (the definition and synonyms helped round out my understanding of the episode)
*** excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or achievements. synonyms: conceit, narcissism, self-love, self-admiration, self-absorption, self-regard, the quality of being worthless or futile. (when he sees himself as his father)
1st Apr '16 12:32:24 PM CJCroen1393
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* "Broke His Crown" reveals that whoever puts the crown on will live on in its software. In other words, even if the Ice King were killed [[AndIMustScream Simon still wouldn't be given the sweet release of death]], which his Farmworld counterpart would've suffered until Prismo destroyed that crown.

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* "Broke His Crown" reveals that whoever puts the crown on will live on in its software. In other words, even if the Ice King were killed [[AndIMustScream Simon still wouldn't be given the sweet release of death]], which his Farmworld counterpart would've suffered until Prismo destroyed that crown. Though at least now he has Betty's AI to keep him company...
* This may just be a coincidence, but in Marceline's reprise of "Everything Stays", there's a brief shot of what appears to be Goliad and Stormo's tower. Goliad and Stormo themselves are nowhere to be seen. The ''real'' FridgeHorror is that this appears when Marceline sings "you'll see how it's ''faded''..."
30th Mar '16 2:01:31 AM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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** Confirmed in "Broke His Crown"; it's revealed that there are at least two other people who put on the crown.


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* "Broke His Crown" reveals that whoever puts the crown on will live on in its software. In other words, even if the Ice King were killed [[AndIMustScream Simon still wouldn't be given the sweet release of death]], which his Farmworld counterpart would've suffered until Prismo destroyed that crown.
20th Mar '16 5:45:08 AM bweb
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* In "Stakes", the Heirophant dies explosively after accidentally entering Jake in a house-shape without invitation. Marceline says he was just too old-fashioned for his own good. Earlier she implies that he could eat shades of red, and he while he rejects the idea on principle, he doesn't seem to consider it a physical impossibility. That means that blowing up because he walked into a house-like structure without permission wasn't the result of magic or actual rules, but his own internal logic causing him to basically panic to death.
19th Mar '16 7:34:41 AM zerohelix
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* The episode "James Baxter the Horse" is an allegory for learning animation. James Baxter is a real animator that has worked for both Disney and Pixar. It is not a coincidence the the titular character of the episode is a horse when his best known film is "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimmaron" (obviously about a horse). As for the allegory: Finn and Jake become inspired by a professional James Baxter who is a master at making people happy, so they decide to do it too. They quickly realize that copying him isn't the most effective way to do it, but they must develop their own unique style. After some experiments (and frame by frame analysis), they succeed, and take it further by going to school. After some complex work at the institute, they become good at making people happy, by doing their own thing. This could all be about the animators being inspired by and trying to copy a master's craft at animating beautiful things but make people happy, eventually finding their own style. Not only that, but James Baxter (the horse) has way more fluid animation than everybody else in the show. Also this episode's title card did have James Baxter drawing at a drafting table.



* The episode "James Baxter the Horse" is an allegory for learning animation. James Baxter is a real animator that has worked for both Disney and Pixar. It is not a coincidence the the titular character of the episode is a horse when his best known film is "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimmaron" (obviously about a horse). As for the allegory: Finn and Jake become inspired by a professional James Baxter who is a master at making people happy, so they decide to do it too. They quickly realize that copying him isn't the most effective way to do it, but they must develop their own unique style. After some experiments (and frame by frame analysis), they succeed, and take it further by going to school. After some complex work at the institute, they become good at making people happy, by doing their own thing. This could all be about the animators being inspired by and trying to copy a master's craft at animating beautiful things but make people happy, eventually finding their own style. Not only that, but James Baxter (the horse) has way more fluid animation than everybody else in the show. Also this episode's title card did have James Baxter drawing at a drafting table.
19th Mar '16 7:32:44 AM zerohelix
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* [[spoiler:Finn's dad]] is a major source of FridgeHorror. He was banished to the Citadel, which is where the worst criminals in the multiverse are imprisoned. No other villains of the Franchise/AdventureTime universe have committed a serious enough crime before [[spoiler:the Lich kills Prismo.]] Keep in mind this includes the [[OmnicidalManiac Lich]](who's tried to kill all life, and heavily implied to have killed off most of the survivors of the Mushroom War), Magic Man(who's a RealityWarper that has screwed around with both the deity-level Martians and citizens of Ooo for over 200 years) and [[SatanicArchetype Hunson Abadeer]](who has an iron-fisted rule over the Nightosphere in constant state of disarray and chaos). This means that whatever [[spoiler:Finn's dad]] did, [[EvillerThanThou it's worse than anything we've seen or will ever have seen the other Adventure Time bad guys accomplish up to now.]]

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* [[spoiler:Finn's dad]] is a major source of FridgeHorror. He was banished to the Citadel, which is where the worst criminals in the multiverse are imprisoned. No other villains of the Franchise/AdventureTime universe have committed a serious enough crime before [[spoiler:the Lich kills Prismo.]] Keep in mind this includes the [[OmnicidalManiac Lich]](who's tried to kill all life, and heavily implied to have killed off most of the survivors of the Mushroom War), Magic Man(who's a RealityWarper that has screwed around with both the deity-level Martians and citizens of Ooo for over 200 years) and [[SatanicArchetype Hunson Abadeer]](who has an iron-fisted rule over the Nightosphere in constant state of disarray and chaos). This means that whatever [[spoiler:Finn's dad]] did, [[EvillerThanThou [[EvilerThanThou it's worse than anything we've seen or will ever have seen the other Adventure Time bad guys accomplish up to now.]]



* So far, everyone who royally screws over the Lich [[spoiler:they die-Billy(who threw him in amber) and Prismo(aka [[PhysicalGod a wish-granting genie)]] You know who also royally screwed over the Lich? [[spoiler:Jake.]] And considering [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar how much]] [[AdultFear they've]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath got away]] [[HeroKiller with]], there's a good chance that if [[spoiler:the Lich returns, ''he'll kill Jake.'']]

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* So far, everyone who royally screws over the Lich [[spoiler:they die-Billy(who die. Billy (who threw him in amber) and Prismo(aka Prismo (aka [[PhysicalGod a wish-granting genie)]] genie]]).]] You know who also royally screwed over the Lich? [[spoiler:Jake.[[spoiler: Jake.]] And considering [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar how much]] [[AdultFear they've]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath got away]] [[HeroKiller with]], there's a good chance that if [[spoiler:the Lich returns, ''he'll kill Jake.'']]
17th Mar '16 4:52:27 PM Prfnoff
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* Combine HeyItsThatVoice to get what happened in "The Lich". Booko, the hologram in the Enchiridion, explains everything about the Enchiridion's hidden power. Who better to explain the new key factors of Adventure Time than the creator himself, Pendleton Ward. It's also interesting when you bring into count that people compare Adventure Time to a game of TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons. Ward essentially ended one chapter and went to the next game, explaining what's different and how to succeed with the Enchiridion.

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* Combine HeyItsThatVoice to get what What happened in "The Lich". Booko, the hologram in the Enchiridion, explains everything about the Enchiridion's hidden power. Who better to explain the new key factors of Adventure Time than the creator himself, Pendleton Ward. It's also interesting when you bring into count that people compare Adventure Time to a game of TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons. Ward essentially ended one chapter and went to the next game, explaining what's different and how to succeed with the Enchiridion.
18th Feb '16 4:59:23 PM QueenMeanie
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* The creature that bit Joshua has the same voice as Jake, further cementing that it is his real "father" (I guess Joshua would be his "mother"?).
* P.B. was right, Jake isn't a magical dog, but has a genetic mutation that allows him to stretch and shape shift.
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