|Introduced in||"The Witch's Garden"|
|Latest appearance||"All the Little People"(as a toy)|
|Voiced by||Maria Bamford|
The Witch appears in the episode "The Witch's Garden." In the episode, she strips Jake of his powers from his body because he had eaten a donut from her garden. She casts magic spells with her cane, though Finn accuses her of making them up because of the spells' silly names. She has a newsletter, which is mentioned when she told Jake to dance with his subconscious. She wanted to film them dancing saying that it would be a hit.
She has wild mood swings frequently. This is shown in that when she was planting a cupcake plant, she first stated that she loved her cupcakes but immediately follows this by saying "I hate you." She also seems to be quite paranoid, and hates liars.
The Witch wears a long-sleeved black robe with a brown ring in the middle, and red boots. She is incredibly tall and thin, and this likely caused poor balance, which may explain her outrageous hunchback and her need for a cane. She has a long chin, and long black hair which covers her left eye. Despite her stature, she has tiny feet.
As she is a witch, she possesses many magical powers. She initially demonstrates that she can move an object or entity through space using the spell Razzamafoo. She uses this spell to trade places with Finn and Jake. She also has the power to strip anything of its abilities or special attributes, apparently removing its clothes in the process.
- She can tell when people are lying.
- She repeatedly insists that she's not married as shown when Jake mistakingly refers to her as "Mrs. Witch."
- Her magic comes from her cane just like a magic wand.
- For some reason, she can see Jake's subconscious while Finn cannot.
- The spell "Magicusnomoreicus" can be used on people (dogs), and bagels.
- Like the Bufo from "Wizard," she uses "Razzamafoo" to bring and swap places with Finn and Jake.
- Her garden fence, from the outside, resembles a monster face.
- In her garden are: donut-bushes (with occasional bagels), cupcake-flowers and croissant-trees.