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Adventure Time with Finn and Jake
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Official logo
Genre Comedy/Adventure/Surreal humour
Format Animation
Created by Pendleton Ward
Creative director(s) Patrick McHale
Voices of Jeremy Shada
John DiMaggio
Hynden Walch
Tom Kenny
Mark Hamill
Dee Bradley Baker
Olivia Olson
Pendleton Ward
Composer(s) Casey James Basichis
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2[1]
No. of episodes 26[2] (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Fred Seibert
Eric Homan
Producer(s) Derek Drymon
Thruop "Mark Van Orman
Running time 22 minutes approx. (2x11 minutes)
Production company(s) Frederator Studios
Cartoon Network Studios
Broadcast
Original channel Cartoon Network
Original run March 11, 2010 (sneak peek)
April 5, 2010 (official) – present
External links
Official website
Production website

Adventure Time with Finn & Jake is an upcoming American animated television series created by Pendleton Ward, based on the animated short Adventure Time that aired as part of Frederator Studios' Random! Cartoons. The series focuses on the surreal adventures undertaken by two best friends: Finn (a 12-year old boy) and Jake (a wise 28-year-old dog with magical powers) that dwell in the Land of Ooo. The series premiered on April 5th, 2010, with sneak peeks airing on March 11th and March 18th.

The animated short was nominated for an Annie Award for Best Animated Short Subject of 2006.[3] In September 2008, the short was officially greenlighted for a series by Cartoon Network.[4][5][6]

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Plot

Adventure Time with Finn and Jake follows two best friends: Finn (a 12-year old boy) and Jake (a wise 28-year-old dog with magical powers), and the surreal adventures undertaken by the duo as they traverse the mystical Land of Ooo. A world built for adventure, Ooo is filled to the brim with various landscapes for the two buddies to explore and bizarre characters to assist.

Main Characters

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  • Finn (Voiced by Zack Shada in short, Jeremy Shada in series) - Named Pen in the original short, Finn is a boy who is amazingly skilled at combat. Wearing a self-proclaimed "awesome" hat and prone to strange exclamations and outbursts, he has a lust for adventure and will help anyone in need.
  • Jake (Voiced by John DiMaggio) - Finn's shape-shifting best friend, Jake is a dog who inexplicably gained magical powers when he was a pup. Acting at times as a moral compass to his energetic pal, Jake has a laid-back attitude to most situations and often prefers just lazing around to adventuring.
  • Princess Bubblegum (Voiced by Paige Moss in short, Hynden Walch in series) - A hybrid of chewing gum and human DNA, Princess Bubblegum is the ruler of the Candy Kingdom. Incredibly smart, she has a huge interest in science and is the object of Finn's affection.
  • Ice King (Voiced by John Kassir in short, Tom Kenny in series) - The ruler of the Ice Kingdom, the Ice King is an friendless, elderly man who is obsessed with capturing princesses in hopes that one of them may want to become his wife. His magic powers stem solely from the magical crown which rests on his head.
  • Marceline the Vampire Queen (Voiced by Olivia Olson) - Marceline, as her title states, is the queen of all vampires. A musical genius, she has wandered the Land of Ooo for centuries and is a fearless daredevil who has a friendly rival in Princess Bubblegum.

Animated Short

Finn meets Abraham Lincoln when his mind is transported "back in time, and to Mars".

The cartoon begins with Finn (called Pen originally) sleeping under a tree and Jake meditating. After they do a little dance (which Jake downloaded from the internet while meditating), Princess Bubblegum's Rainicorn (a unicorn/rainbow hybrid) flies by in tears. They discover that the Rainicorn is so sad because the princess is being imprisoned by the Ice King. Using snowballs, they battle their way past the Iceclops, Snow Golem, and other monsters that inhabit the Ice Kingdom.

Eventually, Finn and Jake reach the Ice King's mountain lair. Finn and the Ice King fight while Jake remains outside flirting with the Rainicorn, ignoring the battle. Just when Finn seems to be gaining the upper hand, the Ice King uses his "frozen lightning bolts" to freeze Finn in a block of ice. For unexplained reasons, this transports Finn's mind "back in time and to Mars" where he has a short motivational conversation with Abraham Lincoln. After being told to believe in himself, Finn is returned to the present: just in time to see the Ice King fly away with Princess Bubblegum. Chasing after him using Jake's extendable legs, Finn rescues the princess from the Ice King's grasp. Jake pushes the magical crown off of the Ice King's head, thereby removing the King's source of power. The Ice King then plummets off screen, yelling a long list of complex threats of things he will do when he returns.

The story closes with the princess giving Finn a kiss, which embarrasses Finn greatly. He attempts to leave, but Jake claims that they have nowhere else to go and that there are no adventures that need them. Fortuitously, some nearby ninjas are stealing an old man's diamonds, and they both run off in pursuit.

Written and Storyboarded by: Pendleton Ward
Directed by: Larry Leichliter, Hugo Morales, and Pendleton Ward
Original Airdate: December 6, 2008 on Nicktoons

Episodes

Season 1: 2010–present

# Title Airdate Prod. code
1 "Business Time / Evicted!" March 11, 2010 (2010-03-11) ("Business Time")
March 18, 2010 (2010-03-18) ("Evicted!")
692-014 / 692-003

"Business Time" - When Finn and Jake discover a group of businessmen frozen in an iceberg, they unthaw them and hire them to do their work, but they soon become fat and lazy.

"Evicted!" - Finn and Jake try to find a new place to live when their treehouse gets taken over by Marceline the Vampire Queen. 
2 "Slumber Party Panic / Trouble in Lumpy Space" April 5, 2010 (2010-04-05) 692-009 / 692-015

"Slumber Party Panic" - Whilst performing scientific experiments in a graveyard, Finn and Princess Bubblegum accidentally create a horde of candy zombies. It's up to Finn to prevent the candy people knowing about the impending zombie attack.

"Trouble in Lumpy Space" - Finn must travel to the Lumpy Space dimension to find a cure that will save Jake, who has been bitten by the Lumpy Space Princess. 
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Unscheduled episodes

The sixth episode was canceled, so a twenty-seventh episode was made.[7]

Prod. code[7] Title[7]
692-001 "The Enchiridion"
692-002 "Brothers in Insomnia"
692-004 "My Two Favorite People"
692-005 "Prisoners of Love"
692-007 "Ricardio the Heart Guy"
692-008 "Good Buddies"
692-010 "Memories of Boom Boom Mountain"
692-011 "The Jiggler"
692-012 "City of Thieves"
692-013 "When Wedding Bells Thaw"
692-016 "Tree Trunks"
692-017 "What Is Life?"
692-018 "An Ogre Named Donny"
692-019 "Duke of Nuts"
692-020 "Finn the Wizard"
692-021 "Marceline's Henchman"
692-022 "Witches Garden"
692-023 "Dungeon Masters"
692-024 "Gut Grinders"
692-025 "Ocean of Fear"
692-026 "Finn Meets His Hero"
692-027 "Ice King Has a Point"

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