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Recap / Adventure Time S 7 E 16 Angel Face

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BMO convinces his friends to join him in a live action cowboy role-playing game.

  • Abnormal Ammo: Me-Mow shoots live rattlesnakes as poison darts.
  • Anthropomorphic Food: The sentient sandwiches that BMO makes for Jake, as well as the ingredients that go into them.
  • Bottomless Magazines: Me-Mow's blowgun seems to contain an endless barrage of rattlesnakes.
  • Bribed With Food: BMO uses the sandwiches to get Jake to be his horse and Finn to be his opponent, "Jack Rabbit Johnson".
  • The Bus Came Back: Me-Mow returns since her first appearance in Season 3.
  • Butt-Monkey: NEPTR spent three months out in the desert building a model city that gets wrecked by BMO and then he gets roughed up by BMO and sent off into the desert again.
  • I Got Bigger: Me-Mow, who was only a few inches high in her first appearance, is now taller than Finn.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Finn's costume, which is basically just two eye-patches and a fake mustache, is enough that Me-Meow can no longer recognize him as Finn (although to be fair, a few years have passed since they last met).
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  • Rule of Three: Jake's transforms into a horse three times, putting more effort in with each time (though he doesn't look exactly like a horse as in the title card).
  • Sapient Eat Sapient: The sentient sandwiches that get eaten by the other characters.
  • Satiating Sandwich: And sentient, to boot.
  • Shout-Out: Me-Mow's second cell looks like a very cramped version of Magneto's Tailor-Made Prison meets Syndrome's computer station.
  • Tastes Like Purple: According to Jake, sentient sandwiches taste like alive.
  • Tempting Fate: Me-Mow declares at the end that the puny cell (where the bars are about three feet apart) won't hold her, so they throw her into a much more secure one — a solid cage with only a few air holes suspended by a rope a few feet away from the end a narrow walkway inside a sealed dome.
  • "Wanted!" Poster: BMO posts some as part of his game. Me-Mow thinks they're real and nabs Finn thinking he's a real outlaw. At the end of the episode, another bounty hunter tries to catch Finn.
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  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Played for laughs with the sentient sandwiches.
    Jake: They taste so alive!

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