Prof. Simon Petrikoff is driven insane by an ancient magic crown the magic, which is the only thing that keeps him and his adopted demon daughter marceline alive after the human world is destroyed. 1000 years later a new world is formed a kingdom of candy run by a harsh ruler Bonnibel bubblegum and monsters and demons roam the lands. Finn and Jake two adventurers become great friends with Marceline, Bubblegum and Simon and they uncover secrets about their past as Finn (the last human) searches for that of his own. As the evil Lich resurfaces, Simon's time displaced fiance Betty goes insane and Finn's sentient grass arm becomes a conflicted volitle plant clone. Finn, Jake, Simon, Marceline and Bubblegum must do whatever they can to save the world from another apocalypse when Bonnibel's evil uncle declares war.
In every episode, during the opening credits, when we see Jake's portrait with "Jake the Dog" written next to it, Jake winks. This is something a human would do. Similarly, a couple of seconds later, Finn barks and sticks his tongue out in a dog-like fashion, despite "Finn the Human" being displayed next to the picture of his head. See more »
In the Korean dub of the show, Lady Rainicorn speaks English. See more »
I got caught up in this while my daughters were watching it in the other room.
I don't generally watch television, much less cartoons.
I was shocked to find that this children's cartoon is the closest thing to the reality of this existence I have yet seen.
A quantum existence constructed of conscious belief, where everything is nothing more than a test.
This is one cartoon I do not mind letting my children watch. I actually have considered using it to teach adults scientific concepts they have a very hard time grasping. The physical reality of this existence is much stranger than anything fiction can come up with. Gamma wave energy frequencies forming particles half the time, and us creating a reality based upon what we believe, then being constantly tested to learn the lessons we need to.
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