Tree Trunks finds love but her public displays of affection nauseate everyone around her.

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Finn / Candy Mother / Gingerbread Actor (voice)
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Jake (voice)
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Princess Bubblegum / Candy Person (voice)
Polly Lou Livingston ...
Tree Trunks (voice)
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Cinnamon Bun / Candy Person (voice)
Cole Sanchez ...
Jam Jam / Candy Cane Guy (voice)
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Mr. Pig (voice)
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Tree Trunks finds love but her public displays of affection nauseate everyone around her.

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23 April 2012 (USA)  »

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Near the beginning of the episode Pig says he 'never really left' Tree Trunks' place. However, when Finn tells the two they have to be 'affectionate' in her own home out of sight she states she can't because two unmarried people living together would be indecent. Yet, they've kind of been living together already. See more »

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Dream of Love
Written by Patrick McHale
Performed by Polly Lou Livingston and Ron Lynch
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Cute, but overly tacky and completely lacking adventure.
18 August 2014 | by (Canberra, Australia) – See all my reviews

Generally, viewers of Adventure Time like myself have come to expect the generally vibrant, fantastically incoherent and imaginatively playful scenarios which each and every episode generally creates, but this episode largely takes away from such expectations by overly focusing on an awkward love entanglement between Tree-trunks and Mr. Pig. Of course it is not without its moments, but unfortunately most viewers of this episode were probably left cringing and not with the general levels of adrenaline and awesome they would come to hope for despite the premise that the title might suggest. The constant making out between Mr. Pig and Tree-trunks became so overdone to the extent that I found myself cringing whenever I saw Tree-Trunks in future episodes.


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