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Mr. Pig is a character who first appears in "Apple Thief." In this episode, he is referred to simply as "Pig" until later in the episode when Tree Trunks calls him "Mr. Pig." In that one, Jaybird orders Finn, Jake, and Tree Trunks to be executed by having the Pig eat them alive. Even though he worked with villains, Pig appears to have a nice personality. He was probably forced to do what he did, as he said, "they're making me do this." He has a developed an acute sense of hearing, shown when he identified Tree Trunks' lost apples by their "sound." This is fitting since pigs in real life have excellent hearing. As a result he was very helpful to Tree Trunks, Finn, and Jake. He's also seen in "Holly Jolly Secrets Part II," when Tree Trunks is walking up to him. In "The Cooler," he appears on one of Princess Bubblegum's surveillance monitors.
Mr. Pig is in most ways a normal looking pig. He is about the same size as Tree Trunks. Interestingly, his feet are hoof shaped, but there are no hooves.
- "Holly Jolly Secrets Part II" (cameo)
- "All the Little People" (as a toy)
- "Love Games" (no lines)
- "Bad Timing" (no lines)
- "Escape from the Citadel"
- "Thanks for the Crabapples, Giuseppe" (no lines)
- "Jake The Brick" (cameo)
- "The Cooler" (cameo)
- "The Pajama War"
- "Gold Stars"
- "Be Sweet"
- "The Comet" (cameo)
- "Summer Showers"
- "High Strangeness"
- "Skyhooks" (as Piñata Pig)
- "Hero Heart (as Piñata Pig)
- "Skyhooks II"
- "Whispers" (flashback, no lines)
- "Always BMO Closing"
- "Seventeen" (flashback)
Pig makes a major appearance in "Dream of Love" as Tree Trunks' lover. In this episode it is revealed that he stayed at Tree Trunks' house and is secretly in love with her. Tree Trunks again refers to him as "Mr. Pig," which is now his official title. Mr. Pig confesses his affection for Tree Trunks, and she admits she loves him back, which results in the two publicly displaying their affection for one another. The citizens of the Candy Kingdom become disgusted by their displays of affection, which resulted in Finn and Jake trying to separate the two. Later, Jake asks him where he lives and Mr. Pig reveals that he is homeless and would eat criminals (odd considering that in his previous appearance he appears to be working for diamond thieves). Finn and Jake eventually accept Mr. Pig and Tree Trunk's love for one another. Then in the episode "Apple Wedding," Mr. Pig and Tree Trunks were married.
- In "Apple Thief," he says that "they" were making him eat criminals, but in "Dream of Love" he said that he used to do it as a profession.
- He has a gender-swapped version of himself named Ms. Pig.
- He calls Tree Trunks "little dove" and she calls him "sweet meat."
- In "Apple Wedding," he and Tree Trunks get married.
- In "Escape from the Citadel," Tree Trunks almost divorces Mr. Pig, but the arrival of the baby Lich changes her mind.
Uh, I'm sorry y'all. They're making me do this... I'll try to make it quick.
Jake: Wait, you mean apples as diamonds?
Jake: Apples as apples?
Finn: You mean apples that we eat?
I'm just telling you the facts, ma'am. What I hear is a whole pigload of apples inside that closet. They sound scared.
When I see you, my heart beats like a choo choo train. When you stand near me, I get so nervous I cannot move.