Reacting to Finn slapping him on the hand
Although not pictured, his pajamas have snaps on the butt!
Reaction to spicy carrots
Lemongrab's entrance into the castle, with a beady-eyed Lemon Horse.
Lemongrab met by confused reactions from other candy people.
He seems rather disturbed when he sees candy people smacking each other with pillows.
Lemongrab's original design, which included eyebrows, nipples, a gap-tooth, and a belly-button. Note the look of sheer horror on Princess Bubblegum's face.
The earl demonstrates the policy of a logical, benevolent ruler.
Unused storyboard illustrating the earl as being unintentionally frightening
Lemongrab's pudgier design in the storyboards
Full unused "rice cake" scene.
Unused scene, which would have been the only moment of genuine happiness for LG
Lemongrab's appearance when he's in a good humor, (which is exceedingly rare for him.)
Storyboard depicting the post-spicebombing
Too Young promo art by the episode's storyboarders, Jesse Moynihan and Tom Herpich, depicting the Earl of Lemongrab surrounded by many unacceptable things.
The title card of Lemongrab's starring episode, "You Made Me!." It is the first title card to depict Lemongrab.
Lemongrab making strange noises.
Deleted scene showing Lemongrab's stubborn desire to be correct at all times.
Rough concept sketch by Jesse Moynihan for the promo art of "You Made Me."
Disdainfully (and surprisingly calmly) assessing the condition of the Candy Castle.
Lemongrab with Lemon Camel
Declaration of unacceptability
Lemongrab dismounting Lemon Camel, upset about the castle's uncleanliness.
Trying to get the place cleaned up
Frustrated LG yelling at Cinnamon Bun.
Princess Bubblegum telling off Lemongrab. "You can't give orders like that! I'm in charge here, Lemongrab!"
LG surprised by the thought of a 13 year old in power
Lemongrab yelling at his mom.
Finn slapping LG's hand.
Irked when Finn slaps him on the hand
Clean this place up or 3 Hours Dungeon
Newborn, unconscious LG, seconds before his very first screaming fit.
It's a boy!
Doing what most newborns do; freaking out and screaming. (And he's a bit pudgy in the midsection!)
The sheer terror of LG's first moments resulted in this.
"THREE HOURS DUNGEON!" The earl demonstrating his impeccable people skills.
LG taking a nap after the long trip. He actually looks calm for once.
YOU REALLY SMELL LIKE DOG BUNS
He seems to dislike Pepbut a LITTLE less than everyone else, probably because he makes good food.
"Sooo WHICH one of you WAS it?! Who did THE THING?!"
"Hey, man- calm down!"
Whether he's genuinely in a good mood, or just confused, is up to speculation.
Lemongrab laughing and unintentionally creeping everyone out (moving GIF image, click to view)
The Ghost Prank. Step 1: Punch LG in the gut. Step 2: Push him onto the floor. Step 3: He cries.
Lemongrab smiling through the pain. "Ha, ha! Good one!"
A royally ticked-off LG screaming at P-Buts
Projectile vomiting all over Peppermint Butler! Not fun for either party.
This scene is removed in some dubs.
As is this one.
Lemongrab's finest hour.
Extremely good jump, or maybe just a weird camera angle.
It's exactly what it looks like.
Muttering to himself sadly, on his way back to Lemongrab
Finn with a face uncannily similar to the Earl's.
I AM NOT GREASE!
THIS IS UNACCEPTABUUUUUUUUUUUUU—
Put you in my oven!
I think I'll use mah sound sword again
This is his thinking face!
Finn stealing Lemon Camel away from a barefoot Lemongrab
"Mild or Spices?"
Sketch by Ian J Q, depicting LG holding the character Rigby from Regular Show.
Sketch by Ian J Q, depicting LG's birthday. "It's the day you remember someone tried to play God and messed up," according to Ian.
Sketch by lead character designer Andy Ristaino
Silly sketch by production assistant Patrick Seery, of our beloved Earl defending the sanctity of his majestic buttocks.
Very silly sketch by production assistant, Patrick Seery. Rough translation of Italian: "Twenty years pizza-dungeon!" (A dungeon made of pizza, which Lemongrab is presumably in the process of constructing.)
Extremely silly art by lead character designer, Andy Ristaino, of Lemongrab's face drawn on several containers of limoncello, a popular Italian lemon liquor. Rough translation: "Not quite normal."
Art by production assistant Patrick Seery, of the nervous earl addressing his fans.
Sketch by production assistant Patrick Seery, of the earl being observant.
Extremely disturbing sketch by production assistant Patrick Seery, of a slightly smiling Lemongrab standing beside an unknown, dismayed woman in a parody of American Gothic.
Sketch by Patrick Seery of "Hollywood Lemongrab" addressing a kind message from a fan.
Lovely sketch by Patrick Seery, depicting Lemongrab's reaction to the idea of a gender-bent version of himself.
Breathtaking sketch of Lemongrab by Pen Ward.
Mildly unsettling drawing by Andy Ristaino.
Group shot by lead character designer Andy Ristaino of the Adventure Time main cast... and Lemongrab, who seems disapproving.
Painting by Thomas Herpich entitled "Lemon Tree"
A portion of Andy Ristaino's drawing entitled "Can You Name Them All?"
Lemongrab's description in the first issue of the Adventure Time comic. Apparently, he has anger issues and prefers to be alone.
Princess Bubblegum's beach party.
Finn hitting Lemongrab in the head with a hockey puck in the comic.
The Duke of Limesnatch, of the "Adventure Tim" universe in the comics. Lawful neutral.
LG's chibi-fied appearance in the Gaia Online Adventure Time CI, minus his belt/sword.
Interesting things you can do with Lemongrab on Gaia Online. Chibi-fy him, or put him in a dress!
LG appeared in the live action promo along with several other minor, and major, characters.
LG and Lemon Horse in the Adventure Time Dude-It Yourself Journal. Different outfit, and a smile.
A fabulous polo shirt with Lemongrab's face on it.
Lemongrab screaming in a pile of people. Exactly what it looks like.
Shots from the incredibly uninformative long preview of "You Made Me!."
, storyboard artist for Adventure Time and one of the two writers of Lemongrab's eisodes, dressed as Lemongrab at an Adventure Time art show.
A poster designed by Pen Ward, featuring Lemongrab among the main cast, oddly enough.
Lemongrab barfing magical rainbows in Cartoon Network's 20th Anniversary poster.
A work of art by Liz Prince
to promote "Fruit Salad Days."
Lemongrab getting harassed at the release party of "Fruit Salad Days."
Drawing by production assistant, Patrick Seery, of the Emmy award holding Lemongrab's head.
Drawing by Patrick Seery of a weird, confused, and amused Lemongrab.
From WeLoveFine's website
From the cover of an upcoming issue of the Adventure Time comic
Drawing for a fan by Thomas Herpich