History Trivia / AdventureTime

12th Jun '16 8:55:25 PM BNSF1995
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** [[http://99u.com/articles/30561/fred-seibert-never-compete-in-the-scrum Fred Seibert]] mentioned that CN tried to get rid of Princess Bubblegum and Marceline.

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** [[http://99u.com/articles/30561/fred-seibert-never-compete-in-the-scrum Fred Seibert]] mentioned that CN tried to get rid of Princess Bubblegum and Marceline.Marceline, most likely due to the amount of LesYay surrounding them and the resulting complaints from hardline conservative MoralGuardians.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: In 2015, the series began getting this treatment for unknown reasons, though ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', its age, or MoralGuardians are most likely to blame. The series wasn't rerun much in 2015, and new episodes are only advertised online.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: In 2015, the series began getting this treatment for unknown reasons, though ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', the saturation of the schedule with ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' reruns (either for financial reasons, or so the network can artificially lower the series' ratings to justify shitcanning it), its age, age (the series premiered in 2010, and is pretty old by industry standards), or MoralGuardians (the show has had alot of violence, some gore, and many GettingCrapPastTheRadar moments) are most likely to blame. The series wasn't rerun much in 2015, and new episodes are only advertised online.



** The staff loves to remind the fans that Fionna and Cake and related characters will never be part of the main AT universe.

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** The staff loves to remind the fans that Fionna and Cake and related characters will never be part of the main AT universe. Hasn't stopped fanfiction writers, though.



** Olivia Olson, the voice of Marceline, revealed that someone on the show's crew told her that PB and Marcy used to date, but that they can't outright say it on the show because of MoralGuardians.

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** Olivia Olson, the voice of Marceline, revealed that someone on the show's crew told her that PB and Marcy used to date, but that they can't outright say it on the show because of MoralGuardians.MoralGuardians and (most likely) the Russian government.
1st Jun '16 5:37:29 PM mrSonic056
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: The show was this back in the day. It was very much adored along with ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' and, to a lesser extent, ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. It would eventually be surpassed by the latter of the three as the network's favorite, and would eventually be dethroned completely by ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', to the point that, as of October 2015, zero ''Adventure Time'' re-runs are on the schedule, meaning the only places the series can be watched are video on-demand, on the official Cartoon Network app, on the DVD and Blu-Ray releases, and on YouTube (if the copyright police haven't taken down the episodes yet). Fortunately, re-runs finally returned on October 25, 2015 in the lead-up to the seventh season and the show now airs on Saturday evenings as part of a block called ''Regular Time Adventure Show'', which features new episodes and reruns of ''Adventure Time'' and ''RegularShow''.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: The show was this back in the day. It was very much adored along with ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' and, to a lesser extent, ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. It would eventually be surpassed by the latter of the three as the network's favorite, and would eventually be dethroned completely by ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', to the point that, as of October 2015, zero ''Adventure Time'' re-runs are on the schedule, meaning the only places the series can be watched are video on-demand, on the official Cartoon Network app, on the DVD and Blu-Ray releases, and on YouTube (if the copyright police haven't taken down the episodes yet). Fortunately, re-runs finally returned on October 25, 2015 in the lead-up to the seventh season and the show now airs season. It used to air on Saturday evenings as part of a block called ''Regular Time Adventure Show'', which Show'' (which features new episodes and reruns of ''Adventure Time'' and ''RegularShow''.''RegularShow'') on March 5, 2016, but now, as of May 5, 2016, has moved back to Thursdays.
30th May '16 12:06:41 AM BNSF1995
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** A lot of the fandom sees the show's writers as this. For example "Fionna and Cake" [[spoiler:basically compares the Ice King to fanfic writers.]] Many fans see "All the Little People" as [[spoiler:a TakeThat and parody of [[{{Shipping}} shippers]] in general]]. And then there's the end of "Mystery Dungeon" where [[spoiler:Ice King didn't get to make the Fionna and Cake world real, which is what many fans wanted.]]

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** A lot of the fandom sees the show's writers as this. For example "Fionna and Cake" [[spoiler:basically compares the Ice King to fanfic writers.]] Many fans see "All the Little People" as [[spoiler:a TakeThat and parody of [[{{Shipping}} shippers]] in general]]. And then there's the end of "Mystery Dungeon" where [[spoiler:Ice King didn't get to make the Fionna and Cake world real, which is what many fans wanted. In particular, many fans advocate a meeting between Finn and Fionna, to the point that the Finn/Fionna ship is rather popular, though many other fans reject the ship for basically being what is referred to as "selfcest".]]
26th May '16 10:50:42 PM BNSF1995
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** In his first appearance, the Cosmic Owl has a feminine-sounding voice provided by Finn's actor, Jeremy Shada. In his next speaking role, M. Emmet Walsh took over the role.

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** In his first appearance, the Cosmic Owl has a feminine-sounding voice provided by Finn's actor, Jeremy Shada. In his next speaking role, M. Emmet Walsh took over the role.role and gave him a much more masculine, older-sounding voice.



** Huntress Wizard is voiced by Maria Bamford in "Reign of Gunters", but in "Flute Spell", she's voiced by Creator/JennySlate, fresh out of ''WesternAnimation/Zootopia''.

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** Huntress Wizard is voiced by Maria Bamford in "Reign of Gunters", but in "Flute Spell", she's voiced by Creator/JennySlate, fresh out of ''WesternAnimation/Zootopia''.''WesternAnimation/{{Zootopia}}''.
** In "Five Short Tables", Prince Gumball is voiced by Creator/KeithFerguson instead of Creator/NeilPatrickHarris, as the latter was likely too busy at the time.
21st May '16 12:39:35 AM BNSF1995
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** At the end of "Hot to the Touch", Finn and Flame Princess were supposed to kiss instead of hug, but this was saved for "Burning Low".

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** At the end of "Hot to the Touch", Finn and Flame Princess were supposed to kiss instead of hug, but this was saved for "Burning Low". It's perhaps this reason that the latter episode is the highest-viewed episode in the series.
13th May '16 2:30:46 AM emeriin
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** According to Jesse Moynihan, Lemongrab was not originally a socially awkward, dysfunctional, brain-damaged, unadjusted JerkassWoobie in the original outline. He was originally conceived by Pen to be a one-shot, one-dimensional {{Jerkass}} "like Xergiok." However, Jesse stepped in, and decided to give Lemongrab the puzzling amount of depth he has, by making him "weird, isolated, angry, off-putting, with an inability to read social cues." Part of Lemongrab's appeal appears to be his many [[TheWoobie woobie-ish and sympathetic]] traits. If Jesse hadn't fleshed out Lemongrab's character, LG wouldn't have the zealous fanbase he has (after the hatedom he received due to being the primary reason the Fubblegum ship was sunk), and he probably wouldn't have been considered to make a return in the series after his exit from "Too Young".

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** According to Jesse Moynihan, Lemongrab was not originally a socially awkward, dysfunctional, brain-damaged, unadjusted JerkassWoobie in the original outline. He was originally conceived by Pen to be a one-shot, one-dimensional {{Jerkass}} "like Xergiok." However, Jesse stepped in, and decided to give Lemongrab the puzzling amount of depth he has, by making him "weird, isolated, angry, off-putting, with an inability to read social cues." Part of Lemongrab's appeal appears to be his many [[TheWoobie woobie-ish and sympathetic]] traits. If Jesse hadn't fleshed out Lemongrab's character, LG wouldn't have the zealous fanbase he has (after the hatedom he received due to being the primary reason the Fubblegum ship was sunk), has, and he probably wouldn't have been considered to make a return in the series after his exit from "Too Young".
13th May '16 12:09:35 AM BNSF1995
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** According to Jesse Moynihan, Lemongrab was not originally a socially awkward, dysfunctional, brain-damaged, unadjusted JerkassWoobie in the original outline. He was originally conceived by Pen to be a one-shot, one-dimensional {{Jerkass}} "like Xergiok." However, Jesse stepped in, and decided to give Lemongrab the puzzling amount of depth he has, by making him "weird, isolated, angry, off-putting, with an inability to read social cues." Part of Lemongrab's appeal appears to be his many [[TheWoobie woobie-ish and sympathetic]] traits. If Jesse hadn't fleshed out Lemongrab's character, LG wouldn't have the zealous fanbase he has, and he probably wouldn't have been considered to make a return in the series after his exit from "Too Young".

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** According to Jesse Moynihan, Lemongrab was not originally a socially awkward, dysfunctional, brain-damaged, unadjusted JerkassWoobie in the original outline. He was originally conceived by Pen to be a one-shot, one-dimensional {{Jerkass}} "like Xergiok." However, Jesse stepped in, and decided to give Lemongrab the puzzling amount of depth he has, by making him "weird, isolated, angry, off-putting, with an inability to read social cues." Part of Lemongrab's appeal appears to be his many [[TheWoobie woobie-ish and sympathetic]] traits. If Jesse hadn't fleshed out Lemongrab's character, LG wouldn't have the zealous fanbase he has, has (after the hatedom he received due to being the primary reason the Fubblegum ship was sunk), and he probably wouldn't have been considered to make a return in the series after his exit from "Too Young".
13th May '16 12:07:25 AM BNSF1995
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** Cosmic Owl has a more masculine voice than his original voice.

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** In his first appearance, the Cosmic Owl has a more masculine feminine-sounding voice than provided by Finn's actor, Jeremy Shada. In his original voice.next speaking role, M. Emmet Walsh took over the role.


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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: In 2015, the series began getting this treatment for unknown reasons, though ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', its age, or MoralGuardians are most likely to blame. The series wasn't rerun much in 2015, and new episodes are only advertised online.
20th Apr '16 2:30:47 PM ParkedCarAnne
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: The show was this back in the day. It was very much adored along with ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' and, to a lesser extent, ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. It would eventually be surpassed by the latter of the three as the network's favorite, and would eventually be dethroned completely by ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', to the point that, as of October 2015, zero ''Adventure Time'' re-runs are on the schedule, meaning the only places the series can be watched are video on-demand, on the official Cartoon Network app, on the DVD and Blu-Ray releases, and on YouTube (if the copyright police haven't taken down the episodes yet). Fortunately, re-runs finally returned on October 25, 2015 in the lead-up to the seventh season.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: The show was this back in the day. It was very much adored along with ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' and, to a lesser extent, ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. It would eventually be surpassed by the latter of the three as the network's favorite, and would eventually be dethroned completely by ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', to the point that, as of October 2015, zero ''Adventure Time'' re-runs are on the schedule, meaning the only places the series can be watched are video on-demand, on the official Cartoon Network app, on the DVD and Blu-Ray releases, and on YouTube (if the copyright police haven't taken down the episodes yet). Fortunately, re-runs finally returned on October 25, 2015 in the lead-up to the seventh season.season and the show now airs on Saturday evenings as part of a block called ''Regular Time Adventure Show'', which features new episodes and reruns of ''Adventure Time'' and ''RegularShow''.
22nd Mar '16 12:08:42 PM mrSonic056
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* MissingEpisode: Some of the early episodes from season 1 aren't re-run much.
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