To impress a band of knights, Finn endures a series of embarrassing trials to find a legendary suit of armor, known as the Armor of Zelderon.
- Accidental Pervert: Finn relentlessly gets a barrage of this.Woman 1: PERVERT!
- Big "NEVER!": When Jake tells Finn to put on the "lady armor".Jake: Put on the armor! It'll protect you from evil, even ghosts!
- Censor Suds: At the Swamp of Embarrassment, Finn has to pass through a multitude of showering old people, who display this trope.
- Continuity Nod: Sir Slicer's minstrel looks like Finn's "imagination man".
- Embarrassing but Empowering Outfit: The Armor of Zelderon, evidently built for a valkyrie. With it, a person can fly, and be totally impervious to injury, while being totally *ker-chick*.
- Foreshadowing: The name "Zelderon" sounds kinda feminine. The armor that Finn goes on a quest for actually turns out to have been built for a woman, much to his cringe.Finn: (To Jake) Dude, this is lady armor!
- Minor Injury Overreaction: Finn's reaction to getting a splinter in his finger, which initiates the plot.
- Offscreen Teleportation: Somehow, Sir Slicer and his pink horse always manage to get to where Finn is.
- Rhymes on a Dime: Choose Goose.
- The scene where the fluffy white monster mistakes Finn for a baby of her own species is visually similar to the trope-naming "And Call Him "George"!" scene in Looney Tunes' "The Abominable Snow Rabbit".
- The mocking Sir Slicer is a parody of Danshaku (or in the English dub, Baron de Ghost) in one of the Unico films.