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In All the Little People, Finn mentions some C-listers and says "don't worry, they'll get involved eventually".
It just so happens that two of the people he specifically mentioned (Xergiok and Tiffany) got involved in the show. Anyone else think that was foreshadowing the idea that old, small characters are going to get involved in the show?
What about when Party God was in Party's Over?
Or how about the squirrel that shot an arrow at Jake?
I dunno, just a theory.Read more >
I really feel like analysing something but I'm not sure what I should analyse. Suggestions?Read more >
All of them
I know this makes no sense because these are relative terms but whatever, all AT episodes are amazing in my opinion.Read more >
Even if you don't love a character, you might still love their appearance and how well they're designed. So who's your favorite character, in terms of design?
My favorite would probably have to be the Lich but I also love FP's design and Marceline, depending on what episode.Read more >
Wow, you know, I always thought a Flinn break up would be forced, emotional, and lame, but this episode actually looks really fun and PB looks awesome xD I'm not sure how I feel about Finn chasing after PB again but I'm sure he'll fail so it's fine by me. Can't wait for this. The creators seem determined to just make this season the greatest season to ever exist in television history xD Thoughts?
Let's talk about that comics continuum preview, huh? So lemongrab 2 is still alive but is missing legs and a chunk from his head. So obviously Lemongrab didn't eat Lemongrab 2 whole but he ate some of him, I assume. However, there's no way he could've gotten so fat from just legs and a chunk, so how could he have gotten so large. I still think…Read more >