Adventure Time

TV Show • 2010 • Animation  Report
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oreoicecrem
animals die, but no important ones
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Wobbledog
No dogs die on screen, but there is discussion of Jake's dead parents. There is also a scene where Billy says "I used to have a magic dog" and he is next to a dog skeleton.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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juice
In season six, episode 24, a dog is slapped.
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Catking
A dog fights a thing
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Does a cat die?
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Catking
In the episode dentist and also there is a snail in every episode
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Vermoira
In the show, many Dragons are killed on screen.
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Shwoo
The episode Web Weirdos heavily features two giant spiders. At the end of the episode, Finn and Jake are covered by a fountain of baby spiders, and Finn screams.
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Screech
In the episode "The Dentist" Fin is thrown into a well full of Butter and Snakes, weird.
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Catking
The ice king in the episode Simon and Marcy he is addicted to using his crown
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oreoicecrem
finn shaves his head in "davey" but there's no self harm
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Finns arm gets pulled off and he gets a prosthetic arm
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oreoicecrem
people get hurt by fire but no one dies
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lupdelup
candy people eat candy and lemon people eat lemons so kind of
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elli0t
probably they kill things a lot in many different ways
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Shwoo
Finn is seen to have teeth missing throughout the series. In the episode Dentist, one of his teeth is visibly rotten. Towards the end of the episode, he hits his head on a stalagmite and his teeth all shatter.
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andrewbercovitz
In almost every Finn, either previous life, possible future, fantasy, or the real Finn on multiple occasions, will ALWAYS lose their arm. It is sometimes shown, but no gore.
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DoesTheMonsterDie
In "No One Can Hear You", Finn's legs are stomped on by a freak deer. He is then wheelchair bound for most of the episode.
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Catking
Jakes father and mother are dead
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DemetrioZannetti
freak deer kidnaps the entire candy kingdom in one episode and in early seasons ice king does this several times to various princesses
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Does a kid die?
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oreoicecrem
in the episode "all the little people" there's a lot of cheating, there's also lots of other cheating in other episodes
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oreoicecrem
marceline has a toy named hambo that she's had since she was a child, her boyfriend sells it to a witch but she gets it back later in the series. in another episode, we see a little girl playing with a teddy bear on the beach, she spots something scary in the sea and everyone on the beach runs away and she forgets her teddy
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Kiera Todd
There is one episode centered entirely around clowns.
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oreoicecrem
mild ones
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oreoicecrem
lots of episodes with ghosts, there is a whole episode called poltergeist. theres also loads of refrences to tarot cards and stuff
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Shwoo
Many characters are shown farting. In the episode Jake Vs Me-mow, Finn and Jake are startled while eating, and do spit takes into one another's mouths.
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Shwoo
There are multiple instances of vomiting, including a scene in which Jake vomits into a hot tub.
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deergirl909
Lemongrab uses Electro-therapy to recondition" his disobedient citizens.
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Wobbledog
Me-Mow injects Jake with poison in Jake vs. Me-Mow.
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elli0t
marcelines mom dies from an unknown sickness. she was a human living in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world so it couldve been cancer
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elli0t
there are theories about the ice king having an eating disorder. sometimes, when we see his body and he is pretty much just bones. but other times he is shown to be average/overweight. however, this could be a mistake on the animators part.
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AntonellaBunny
There are some episodes where Finn has anxiety attacks, for example: In the episode when Finn is shown to be afraid of the ocean
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missmolly
A candy character attempts suicide after he took hostages and tried to escape. You see him fall to the bottom of the cliff still alive but in pieces.
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DoesTheMonsterDie
In "Hug Wolf", BMO activates a strobe light mode to scare off a lycanthropic Finn. The strobe is black and white and not very intense.
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DoesTheMonsterDie
Lady Rainicorn is pregnant and gives birth to five dog/rainicorn crossbreeds between episodes. The birth itself isnt seen. A spider character graphically releases an egg sac that bursts into thousands of baby spiders. One of several Gunthers (penguins) is eggbound and the episode's sideplot revolves around them laying this egg.
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TaylorJa
No explicit sexual assault is depicted, however in the "Stakes" arc, there is imagery that can be interpreted as very similar to sexual assault and this may bother people who are privy to that specific imagery
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RowanOakley
Lots of innuendo and some censored nudity, but no on-screen sex.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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hyperjenb
The ghost warriors in "Morituri Te Salutamus" were confirmed outside of the show to be gay (one of them calls another ghost his love). They all killed each other prior to this episode and mourn each other as they fight. Also, Princess Bubblegum dies in "Mortal Folly" but she is brought back to life in the next episode. However this is before she was confirmed sapphic.
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Shwoo
In the universe of the show, Santa is real, and a former user of the Ice King's crown.
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kars4kids
Definitely a turbulent ending with mixed emotions. Mostly happy but very heavy
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skos97
Yes, and the fallout is what created the land of Ooo. It's more noticeable in the Simon and Marcy episodes.
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Woog
Nothing explicit is shown, but may be uncomfortable to watch: there are several times when an adult character flirts with Finn/says that they are in love with/“like” him (Tree Trunks for example in Season 2 Episode 8 “Crystals Have Power”). Finn’s voice actor is a minor, Finn ages from 13-17 throughout the show’s run.
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missmolly
A candy person does attempt suicide by falling off a cliff but survives. You see him give up, walk off the cliff, fall and it cuts out when he hits the bottom. You then see him in pieces at the bottom but he is still alive.
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DoesTheMonsterDie
There is no drowning, but Finn's fear of the ocean is a plot point in some episodes.
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stressrepellentmachine
Occasionally characters will be scarred but it never truly goes out of the realm of bruises. Gore is shown occasionally but its always in a tame way such as in the episode Escape from the Citadel when Finn loses his arm and it stretches grossly, desperately trying to hold on. Body horror is used occasionally specifically with antagonists like The Lich, but minimal blood is shown and its usually shown offscreen
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Sierra1
Simon and Marceline push the Clambulance off a bridge in the episode "Simon & Marcy".
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