In a world where all the characters are different genders, the adventurer Fionna gets advice from her cat-friend Cake on her date with Prince Gumball.

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Finn (voice)
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Fionna (voice)
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Cake (voice)
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Ice King / Jelly Kinder (voice)
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Ice Queen (voice)
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Prince Gumball / Additional Voices (voice)
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Female Cinnamon Bun (voice)
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In a world where all the characters are different genders, the adventurer Fionna gets advice from her cat-friend Cake on her date with Prince Gumball.

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5 November 2011 (USA)  »

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The dress Fionna wears to Gumball's party bears a very striking resemblance to Princess Serenity's dress in the Sailor Moon anime. It should also be noted that Fionna wears rabbit ears and has a feline companion.... In Sailor Moon, Princess Serenity is reincarnated as Usagi (Japanese for Rabbit) a girl with a talking feline named Luna. See more »

Quotes

Fionna: What? Hey, is this your bedroom?
Prince Gumball: Fionna...
[starts to take his shirt off]
Fionna: Heh, woah...
[Water drips onto her shoulder. Fionna looks up and sees the real Gumball frozen to the ceiling]
Fionna: WHAT?
[the fake Gumball laughs evilly, eventually turning into the Ice Queen]
Ice Queen: This was so much easier than I thought it would be!
[attacks Fionna]
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Oh, Fionna
Written by Rebecca Sugar and Ian Jones-Quartey
Performed by Neil Patrick Harris and Madeleine Martin
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Clever spin
10 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Take a cursory look at 'Fionna and Cake' and it's just a simple gender-swap episode - which, at present, feels like it's been done to death. But this is one of my very favorite episodes, partly because it's so well constructed, and also because of the voice cast. Madeleine Martin makes Fionna an endearing character; same for Roz Ryan as Cake (and I'm not even a cat person). And it's topped off with a meta ending that's very clever. It just works in every sense.

As soon as I saw this for the first time, I wanted more Fionna and Cake

  • which is why we only get one every so often. As good as this is, it's


still a gimmick, and its welcome should never be worn out.

But damn, gimmicks are rarely this good.

10/10


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