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Princess Monster Wife 

The Ice King steals various body parts from all the princesses to construct his own perfect princess bride.


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Episode cast overview:
Finn (voice)
Jake / Muscle Princess (voice)
Princess Monster Wife / Turtle Princess (voice)
Princess Monster Wife / Lumpy Space Princess (voice)
Princess Monster Wife / Princess Bubblegum (voice)
Wildberry Princess / Skeleton Princess / Hot Dog Princess (voice)
Ice King / Gunter / Penguins (voice)


All the princesses of Ooo aren't all there when they come to Finn and Jake for help. That's because someone has been going around stealing princess parts! They'd practically give their arms and legs to get their arms and legs back. Of course when it comes to princesses, the Ice King is bound to be involved, but he has a surprise for the two adventurers. This particular episode raises some interesting questions, like what does it mean to be a monster and what is the real definition of beauty? Written by The Xone of No Return

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28 May 2012 (USA)  »

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Written by Patrick McHale
Performed by Tom Kenny
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The horror!
17 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, this episode certainly jacks up the disturbing levels. The princesses of Ooo are missing key body parts, out of which Ice King (who else?) constructs a wife for himself. He's sure as hell not going to get a date, so clearly his best option is . . . this. That alone is creepy, but so is the eponymous patchwork monster - who'd have thought that hearing the various princess voices integrated as one would sound so unnerving? And then you see the serene domesticity that Ice King craves, and you can't help but feel pity. It's a testament to funny lines and Tom Kenny's voice work that I like this guy, even as the writers aggressively turn him ever weirder.

But it's not all disquieting. It's still got the same humor we've come to expect. Finn and Jake can't look at her without fainting, and hearing LSP flipping out over someone else getting fresh with her lumps is funny.

But damn, Ice King is messed up.


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