Adventure Time

TV Show • 2010 • Animation  

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Hook up with Finn and Jake as they travel the Land of Ooo searching for adventure. But remember, adventure isn’t always easy. Sometimes you’ve got to battle fire gnomes that torture old ladies, save a smelly hot dog princess from the Ice King, and thaw out a bunch of frozen businessmen. What the cabbage?!
This tv show contains 117 potentially triggering events.
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Season
Episode
Your Triggers
Does the dog die?
216 supporters
Yes
48
No
14
3
Anonymous
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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Abandonment
0
KankriVantas
S7
 E24
Finn leaves Jake and BMO in the middle of the night to find a dungeon.
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Yes
21
No
5
4
Pantalones
Finn was abandoned by his father. Finn later finds his father, who is a terrible person, and asks why he was abandoned.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
6
No
7
0
KankriVantas
Gunter gets abandoned a couple of times, but he always comes back
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Abuse
Yes
15
No
5
4
Pantalones
There are several bad or abusive parents. Finn's father abandoned him as a baby, and when they reconnect, he runs off again with a group of criminals. Marceline's father, who is a demon king, tricks her into putting on a cursed magic amulet. He also steals her fries and tries to suck the souls from her friends.
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Yes
4
No
6
Is someone stalked?
22 supporters
Yes
38
No
3
2
kokirii_ko
yes, in a few episodes it is seen that princess bubblegum hides cameras all over the candy kingdom and essentially sees her subject’s every move. she eventually gets rid of the surveillance system, though
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2
BuboPeli
In an episode about a spider couple with a bad marriage, the couple constantly verbally assault each other and the wife starts beating the husband and says she's going to eat him. It's depicted in a joking manner
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-1
Maktopus
S7
 E6
Marceline is restrained in the sunlight during the Stakes arc. A couple times
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4
ConsternatedSheep
S6
 E24
In a very literal way. In the episode "Evergreen," Gunther puts on a crown that grants the wearer's greatest wish. His wish is to be like his mentor, Urgence Evergreen, so he literally becomes a warped version of him and emulates his abusive behavior.
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Yes
26
No
11
0
kokirii_ko
Sort of? martin lies to finn a lot, but the truth is shown eventually to him or the viewer.
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Is someone abused with a belt?
11 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
10
Is a child abused?
73 supporters
Yes
39
No
9
7
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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Addiction
0
moomeecore
No, but the show contains lots of psychedelic, surreal, and drug-like imagery.
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Is there addiction?
9 supporters
Yes
32
No
7
1
moomeecore
Simon (the Ice King) is addicted to using his crown, an artifact w/ magic-influenced addictive properties that gives him magic powers, but alters him physically and causes him to often black-out when using it, and later on leaves him with long-term memory issues.
This is most obviously depicted as being an addiction in the episodes that explore Ice King's past/backstory. In the show's present timeline, he is almost never shown without the crown and so doesn't even have much opportunity to display addictive behaviors, and he is rarely separated from the thing he is addicted to.
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Yes
0
No
28
0
moomeecore
Not actually, but there is allegorical reference to alcohol abuse that could easily be picked up by someone who has experience with it. Simon (the Ice King) is addicted to a magic crown that gives him powers. This addiction is most likely not meant to be a direct 1 to 1 metaphor soley for alcohol use, but at points it's depicted in ways that specifically parallel alcohol addiction rather than just addiction in general.
The main example is that initially ("initially" refers to in the flashbacks to his past, not in the show's direct timeline) when Simon uses the crown he often blacks out and cannot remember what he did while he was using it. This leads him to behaving in ways that upset both his fiance and his adopted daughter but that he himself cannot remember doing, leading to strained relationships with both of them.
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Animal
3
Pantalones
It's a cartoon, no actual animals were used.
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Does a horse die?
57 supporters
Yes
3
No
37
1
kokirii_ko
sort of, in “the eyes” finn and jake discuss killing a horse that keeps staring at them. eventually it’s revealed that it’s not a real horse, and was instead ice king in disguise
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
102 supporters
Yes
44
No
2
1
kokirii_ko
mr. fox is dead in “together again” and his skeleton is shown
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Are animals abused?
119 supporters
Yes
29
No
14
1
Dreamscape
One of the main characters is an anthropomorphic dog who gets into physical fights with villians. In s1 ep20 "Freak City", a wizard turns a bird inside out while it's still alive. In season 2 episode 5 "storytelling", a boy harasses forest animals. In season 2 episode 9 "the other tarts" an evil anthropomorphic butterfly is poisoned.
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4
moomeecore
There is not actual dog fighting, as in dog fighting rings. A dog does fight things, but he's an anthropomorphic talking dog. He does sometimes get hurt, but if the concern is dog fighting as in the actual real life practice: no, there is no dog fighting.
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Yes
26
No
3
1
kokirii_ko
in the episode “mystery dungeon” lemongrab kills a big rat and eats apple pie out of its mouth. it’s not really graphic in any way and is more so played for laughs/showing how bonkers crazy and unhinged lemongrab is.

in the episode “the vault” shoko tells her pet tiger to “play dead” and then “deader!”. the tiger isn’t actually dead though but at the end of the episode shoko dies on screen and it’s sort of implied that the tiger stays with her body (for a length of time unspecified).

also in ATDL: “together again” jake (the dog) is dead. there’s a hallucinogenic(?) sequence at the beginning that shows jake dying in front of finn which is very traumatic for finn and may be scary for kids watching. he just dissolves into water and is in an open grave marked “R.I.P. JAKE”.
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Is an animal sad?
47 supporters
Yes
11
No
3
2
Pantalones
Jake is extremely sad when Magic Man steals his sandwich. His sadness becomes integral to the plot of the episode.
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Are rabbits harmed?
41 supporters
Yes
9
No
5
2
cha0ticneutralsystem
Maja’s crow rabbit familiar is abused emotionally and physically in the episode “sky witch”
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Does a cat die?
107 supporters
Yes
4
No
28
0
S8
 E5
No cats die but they are slapped and fought and held by neck
1 comment | Add comment
Does a pet die?
93 supporters
Yes
10
No
9
0
creepgore
S1
 E15
Ice King’s pet ice centipede is killed.
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Does a dragon die?
17 supporters
Yes
38
No
5
1
Vermoira
In the show, many Dragons are killed on screen.
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Are there spiders?
30 supporters
Yes
48
No
3
6
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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Are there alligators/crocodiles??
3 supporters
Add comment
Yes
3
No
1
Are there snakes?
11 supporters
Yes
42
No
4
3
Screech
In the episode "The Dentist" Fin is thrown into a well full of Butter and Snakes, weird.
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Are there sharks?
5 supporters
Yes
9
No
0
0
Pantalones
In the episode "King Worm" there is briefly a shark.
1 comment | Add comment
Are there bugs?
19 supporters
Yes
44
No
1
2
Catking
In the episode dentist and also there is a snail in every episode
7 comments | Add comment
Assault
Does a woman get slapped?
10 supporters
Add comment
Yes
6
No
1
Is someone drugged?
19 supporters
Yes
7
No
4
0
Pantalones
In the episode "Still" the Ice King sprays a potion on Finn and Jake while they sleep. The potion paralyzes them so the Ice King can hang out all day with them. In another episode, a character who is sick is forced to take medication despite verbal and physical resistance.
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Is there pedophilia?
70 supporters
Yes
11
No
10
2
Pantalones
Technically yes. Finn is underage (16 at the oldest in later seasons) and adult characters flirt with or even propose marriage to him. There is never any explicit sex or anything, but still a dynamic there.
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Yes
13
No
1
0
Pantalones
S1
 E16
In the episode "Ocean of Fear" Jake tries to dunk Finn's head in the ocean to help Finn overcome his fear of it. Finn has a panic attack over being underwater.
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Is rape mentioned?
46 supporters
Yes
2
No
11
1
Rockonyou717
S6
 E6
Not explicitly mentioned or shown on-screen but there is a scene where LSP forces herself onto Finn and he's left looking very violated afterwards.
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Is someone beaten up by a bully?
14 supporters
Add comment
Yes
7
No
1
Yes
15
No
0
2
kokirii_ko
S5
 E26
starchy is restrained by finn while princess bubblegum injects him with medicine. the injection is partially shown but you can’t see the needle going into starchy.
4 comments | Add comment
Yes
36
No
16
16
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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Is someone's mouth covered?
7 supporters
Add comment
Yes
8
No
0
7
Pantalones
Several female characters, particularly LSP, hit on or kiss Finn without his consent. It is usually treated as a joke.
2 comments | Add comment
Bodily Harm
Yes
34
No
7
2
oreoicecrem
finn shaves his head in "davey" but there's no self harm
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
7
No
1
0
Pantalones
The Lich's sentient severed hand is stabbed...in the hand. The same hand was also cut off its body in another episode.
1 comment | Add comment
Are there dislocations?
5 supporters
Add comment
Yes
4
No
1
Yes
5
No
2
1
jdpamv
The blanket dragon IIRC but there's feathers instead of blood.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
20
No
1
1
Pantalones
Multiple occurences. Finn has a panic attack and gasps for air when he sees the ocean. When Finn builds a magic tower too high, he gets short of breath due to nearly reaching space. Jake drowns in his "croak dream" and is seen holding his breath.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
7
No
2
0
creepgore
S2
 E3
A cyclops’ decapitated head is shown leaking green goo.
3 comments | Add comment
Is there cannibalism?
26 supporters
Yes
26
No
5
5
MagMeganAlicorn
Lemongrab eats his clone during a dispute.
5 comments | Add comment
Yes
8
No
2
3
Pantalones
S5
In the two-part episodes "Jake the Dog" and "Finn the Human" an alternate version of the Ice King is shown crushed beneath a frozen bomb. His skeleton is shown multiple times.
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Is someone choked?
12 supporters
Add comment
Yes
3
No
0
Yes
5
No
21
1
cha0ticnewtsys
S1
 E3
No but Finn turns into an icicle
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
3
No
17
2
kokirii_ko
S7
 E3
kind of. after root beer guy dies in “something big” he is buried and is later resurrected as dirt beer guy. he is shown popping out of the ground (alive again) i believe.
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Is there body horror?
31 supporters
Yes
15
No
1
2
Pantalones
There are several instances. To me the most graphic is in "Escape from the Citadel." The Lich, an undead monster, is regenerated. His eyes bulge, skin and muscle grow, and he makes an awful gibbering sound. Lesser body horror could include Finn turning lumpy from an infected bite, Princess Bubblegum turning into a monster due to the Lich, and Marceline's demon transformation.
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Is there amputation?
17 supporters
Yes
28
No
1
3
kokirii_ko
finn loses (and regrows) one of his arms several times throughout the series! his past life, shoko says that her parents cut off her arm and traded it for a computer. she is given a replacement arm and finn is as well
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
7
No
16
1
Dreamscape
In s1 ep3 "prisoners of love" living snowmen's heads get smashed
2 comments | Add comment
Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
12 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
11
Is there a hanging?
27 supporters
Yes
0
No
22
0
starcatz
This is a kids show, so there’s no hanging.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
3
No
1
0
cha0ticnewtsys
In the episodes with the marshmallow scammer kids Finn is buried in a quicksand pool for a while and they try to save him.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
43
No
2
3
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.
2 comments | Add comment
0
creepgore
S1
 E2
Finn falls over and passes out briefly.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
38
No
3
3
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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Does someone have a seizure?
5 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
27
2
Pantalones
In the episode "Freak City" a monster is kicked in the crotch and yells "our evil crotch." It is in obvious pain.
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
27
No
9
4
Anonymous
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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Is someone tortured?
59 supporters
Yes
34
No
5
2
Dreamscape
In season 2 episode 7 "Power Animal" gnomes kidnap and torture a boy
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
10
No
0
1
kokirii_ko
in “Mama said” KOO falls down the stairs while trying to fly. it’s at the end of the episode and is non-graphic
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
10
No
14
3
Tchotchke
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.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
18
No
17
2
Pantalones
A goblin named Xergiok had his eyes removed by a wizard. The eyes are placed in his beard. After he goes mad with power when he finds his eyes, he plucks out his own eyes and tells Finn and Jake to bury them in the desert.
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Is someone stabbed?
7 supporters
Yes
7
No
1
0
Pantalones
Finn tends to fight with a variety of swords. The Lich's severed hand, which has a will of its own, is stabbed and killed.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
15
0
aurorafamily
Only very mild and brief instances of blood
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Children
Is an infant abducted?
12 supporters
Add comment
Yes
8
No
6
Does a kid die?
31 supporters
Add comment
Yes
27
No
5
Yes
18
No
7
3
Pantalones
Finn is a teenager (16 or younger depending on the episode) and several female characters including LSP and Tree Trunks hit on him. Tree Trunks is much older than Finn but in the episode "Crystals Have Power" she asks him to marry her and kiss her. LSP writes a book about her trying to seduce Finn and Turtle Princess encourages her plan.
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Creepy Crawly
Are there bedbugs?
9 supporters
Yes
2
No
4
2
KankriVantas
Kind of? Worms get into Finn's bed alot
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Death
2
Pantalones
S6
 E10
Root Beer Guy sacrifices himself trying to stop Maja the Sky Witch. His body, which is basically a drinking glass, is shown but not his actual death.
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
4
No
5
-1
Pantalones
Alternate-dimension versions of the Ice King and Marceline die in the Finn the Human/Jake the Dog episodes. Prismo, who is more a "recurring guest star," is murdered by the Lich. If the HBO "Distant Lands" episodes are included, most characters die and are shown in the afterlife.
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Yes
13
No
2
1
Pantalones
Billy, who is humanoid but not human, is killed by the Lich. Rootbeer Guy is killed trying to defeat Maja. The Lich's evil severed hand is stabbed. Several vampires are killed.
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Does someone die?
11 supporters
Yes
13
No
3
0
cha0ticnewtsys
S1
 E1
Old Mr cream puff and starchy. It’s not permanent
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Disability
Is the r-slur used?
24 supporters
Yes
0
No
20
0
SAMBUG
No, but a different ableist slur (sp*z) is used somewhat early on in the series
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-1
starcatz
I don’t think this question really applies since it is an animated show.
(Spoilers)
However, Finn does lose his arm at a certain point in the series and is played by someone who as far as I know is not physically disabled.
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Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
10 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
7
Family
Yes
29
No
3
4
oreoicecrem
kidnapping takes place in so many episodes, if you're triggered by kidnapping you should probably be careful with this show
7 comments | Add comment
Does a parent die?
11 supporters
Yes
40
No
6
3
Catking
Jakes father and mother are dead
5 comments | Add comment
Does someone cheat?
13 supporters
Yes
16
No
8
2
oreoicecrem
in the episode "all the little people" there's a lot of cheating, there's also lots of other cheating in other episodes
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
24
No
4
2
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
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
4
No
4
0
creepgore
S1
 E12
A character has a fakeout death in front of his brother but later reveals that he was fine the whole time.
1 comment | Add comment
Fear
Are there jumpscares?
34 supporters
Yes
21
No
11
1
oreoicecrem
mild ones
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
33
No
5
2
oreoicecrem
the litch posesses so many people
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Are there ghosts?
5 supporters
Yes
41
No
1
2
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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Are there clowns?
9 supporters
Yes
46
No
4
6
Anonymous
There is one episode centered entirely around clowns.
5 comments | Add comment
0
Pantalones
There is an episode that focuses on the ocean and Finn's fear of it.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
6
No
0
1
cha0ticnewtsys
S1
 E2
This episode is all about lumpy space, which like the names says is lumpy
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Are there razors?
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8 supporters
Add comment
Yes
4
No
2
Yes
29
No
4
1
moomeecore
There's a gag in one episode where Finn accidently sees Marceline in the shower. He reacts with horror and emberassment, and isn't weird or creepy about it, but it's still pretty uncomfortable, especially since Finn is a minor. Nothing explicit is shown, just Marceline's legs.
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Are there mannequins?
4 supporters
Add comment
Yes
2
No
1
Gross
Yes
15
No
3
2
moomeecore
Finn has this whole thing about how he used to poop himself when younger and it's still a source of emberassment for him as a teenager. It's mentioned multiple times.
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Does someone vomit?
60 supporters
Yes
55
No
2
5
1x14: The river mermaid vomits (or spits) black goo on Finn during their fight

2x5: When Finn gives Jake soup while he’s sick, Jake pukes it on Finn (the visual is very goofy but the audio is triggering)

3x5: Lemon grab spits out the spicy food on peppermint butler (but the audio and visual looks more like puking than spitting)

4x9: When the Princess Monster blows a kiss to one of the penguins, the penguin vomits onscreen (graphic visual and noise)

6x15: Peace master’s baby in the backseat pukes white stuff on him
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Is someone eaten?
20 supporters
Yes
11
No
1
1
Pantalones
The episode Food Chain is all about the circle of life. Sentient caterpillars are eaten by birds, larger birds eat smaller birds, bacteria eat the dead big birds. Finn and Jake experience all of this due to Magic Man.
4 comments | Add comment
Is there on-screen pooping?
23 supporters
Add comment
Yes
2
No
5
Does someone spit?
9 supporters
Yes
48
No
0
2
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.
5 comments | Add comment
Is there audio gore?
33 supporters
Yes
13
No
0
0
heatwave
In season 10 episode 13 "Come Along With Me", there is a scene that has harsh audio distortion alongside black and white flashing imagery at 37:50.
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Is there farting?
5 supporters
Yes
14
No
0
1
oreoicecrem
A lot
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Large-scale Violence
Are there 9/11 depictions?
4 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
18
Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
17 supporters
Yes
0
No
15
3
ChrisCrinkle5889
There are episodes where Finn and Jake are cops and they enjoy it a lot. It's clearly shown that they don't know what's going on and just want to solve the case.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
9
No
4
3
Pantalones
ONE MILLION YEARS DUNGEON!! Lemongrab sentences several members of the Candy Kingdom to prison. They are all shown in cells.
3 comments | Add comment
LGBTQ+
Is there deadnaming or birthnaming?
27 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
10
Are there transphobic slurs?
34 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
11
Yes
0
No
9
Yes
0
No
10
1
starcatz
There are LGBTQ+ characters in the show like Marceline and Bubblegum, but they’re never outed.
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Is there bisexual cheating?
19 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
9
Loss
2
Pantalones
The Enchiridion is an ancient magical book that Finn destroys to keep the Lich from using it. The Lich himself destroys an ancient artifact/weapon called the "Gauntlet of the Hero." There is also an artifact called the Lamb Relic that is destroyed to free Finn from its power.
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Medical
Yes
31
No
9
2
Anonymous
Lemongrab uses Electro-therapy to recondition" his disobedient citizens.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
32
No
10
1
Anonymous
Me-Mow injects Jake with poison in Jake vs. Me-Mow.
2 comments | Add comment
2
kokirii_ko
S4
 E13
babysnaps is sent to a mental institution after holding other candy people hostage. the scene is brief but he is seen in a straight jacket playing chess. i believe it is also showed briefly in another episode but i can’t remember which one and it’s a very minor scene.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
42
No
4
1
Dreamscape
In season 2 episode 25 "mortal recoil"
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Is there menstruation?
4 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
8
Yes
6
No
28
1
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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Mental Health
Yes
13
No
3
2
kokirii_ko
while never explicitly stated, many believe finn has PTSD. he is terrified of drowning/the ocean because he was abandoned at sea as a baby. in “obsidian” marceline has a flashback to a traumatic point in her life and cries afterwards
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Does someone have a mental illness?
13 supporters
Add comment
Yes
4
No
5
Yes
8
No
29
3
aurorafamily
Fern gets frustrated with himself and pulls his grass ears off in late season 10
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Is autism misrepresented?
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moomeecore
Yes, absolutely. The characters Simon (Ice King) and Betty are both blatantly depicted as being mentally ill. Simon in particular shows prominent symptoms of multiple specific disorders - mostly, and probably intentionally, depression (could be either MDD or bipolar), dementia, addiction (often specifically paralleling alcoholism), and bulimia, but to a lesser extent (likely unintentionally) autism.
Both of these characters are depicted sympathetically (though Simon is not initially), but both also play roles as antagonists.
Betty is depicted as being much more dangerous - she even becomes the final antagonist of the series (though she is still kept in a sympathetic light). But she also has far less screen time and is (properly) introduced much later in the series, while Simon is introduced within the first few episodes.
Simon is rarely depicted as being a genuine threat, he is powerful but easily "defeated". As for specific things he does, he lashes out and has violent outbursts when upset, and attacks the main characters at multiple points. Much more uncomfortably though, he stalks and kidnaps women in attempts to romantically pursue them. He is never depicted as (or implied to be) committing acts of sexual violence, and his behavior towards women is usually framed as silly and not actually threatening, but it's still not a nice depiction of mentally ill people. Especially since the show does not separate these behaviors from his mental health issues, but in fact directly links them. His impulsivity, lack of social skills, poor memory, mood swings, and difficulties communicating, among many other things directly contribute to his treatment of women. His main motivation for his excessive pursuing of romance is also directly related to his backstory, which strongly features addiction and consists of allegories to dementia and alcoholism.
He is initially portrayed as an "evil wizard who kidnaps princess" in an over the top and silly sort of way, but as the show starts to subvert this trope through developing his character and treating his mental health issues more seriously, it also means that you can't brush off the "kidnapping people" part of his character as him being a silly villain anymore, and thus you have to treat it more seriously!
I will note that as representation of mentally ill people Simon and Betty do both absolutely have many positives. Simon's "reformation", or more accurately, his mental health recovery arc is genuinely well done at many points, and does a lovely job of showing the value that a good support system can have for those who are going through mental health struggles. It's also worth noting that throughout Simon's character arc, he begins to engage less and less in this sort of behavior (both the violence and the uncomfortable behavior towards women), and eventually he even stops kidnapping people entirely.

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ohaidoggy
the ice king thing is closer to a depiction of fantasy alzheimer's
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KatanaNovaCat
S4
 E13
An anthropomorphic cookie attempts suicide by falling off a cliff, but survives; the cookie breaks into several still-living pieces which are later reassembled.
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cha0ticnewtsys
S1
 E1
The Gumball guardians pause and reverse time
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Does someone have a meltdown?
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Is there misophonia?
29 supporters
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EchoGarden1
There are many loud and gross chewing sounds.
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Is there ABA therapy?
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Pantalones
The Ice King makes several comments about not liking his body.
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Pantalones
The Ice King has body issues and makes comments about not wanting people to see his "winter body."
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kokirii_ko
in s1 ep1 princess bubblegum tells finn that if the candy people get stressed or scared they will explode
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Anonymous
in the last episode “come along with me” when simon finn and betty are all inside the golb. it’s towards the end of the episode and it goes on for multiple scenes
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oreoicecrem
like the other person said, there are theories that ice king has an eating disorder. he mentions being on diets and binge eating when he's depressed so this likely explains it
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Is there autism specific abuse?
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Tchotchke
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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Noxious
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cha0ticnewtsys
In the intro there is a sudden punch noise
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Are there underwater scenes?
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Does a baby cry?
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Iwouldprefertobeanonymous
I think in the episode "Boom Boom Mountain" we see a flash back of when Finn poo'd on a leaf as a baby and then no one comes to 'help' him and he is then shown crying in the flashback
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Is there shakey cam?
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Is there screaming?
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Pantalones
Pretty often. Finn has a very high-pitched scream, to the point he defeats a wizard with just his "power shriek." Lemongrab also tends to scream a lot, especially when angry.
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Pantalones
The worst word is "sucks" plus some made-up swears like "what the lump."
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Dreamscape
A light flashes once at the end of the opening song. There are strobing effects in s1 ep1 "slumber party panic" s1 ep8 "The Jiggler", s1 ep20 "Freak City", in season 2 episode 7 "power animal", and in season 2 episode 8 "crystals have power". A reocurring character, The Ice King, has powers that often create a mild flashing effect around his hands when he uses them. He uses his powers in the opening song, in s1 ep3 "prisoners of love", and in s1 ep7 "Ricardo the heart guy". In s1 ep5 "enchiridion", the screen flashes for a second a few times and there are superpowers with a mild flashing effect. There's a single flash from an explosion in s1 ep8 "business time". In s1 ep9 "my two favorite people" a unicorn's powers have a flashing effect
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Paranoia
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Pantalones
Princess Bubblegum has cameras all over and spies on the candy people constantly.
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creepgore
S5
 E15
Episode “A Glitch is a Glitch”. Finn says that animators have no life then immediately punches himself in the face and confusedly asks why he did that. A glitch creature speaks to Finn and Jake and its speech is subtitled. The camera angle changes and shows the subtitles are actually physically floating in front of the creature.
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Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
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Is there childbirth?
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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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Are there abortions?
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Pantalones
Finn is shown as a baby. Jake and Lady's "puppies" are mentioned before they are born and are shown as babies.
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Does someone miscarry?
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kokirii_ko
S4
 E19
no but lady is beaten and tied into a knot in this episode before anyone but herself and princess bubblegum know she’s pregnant. she & her babies are okay though!
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Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
34 supporters
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Dreamscape
Characters comically play with their stomachs in s1 ep7 "Ricardo the heart guy". S1 ep8 "business time" has jokes about the main characters gaining weight. There are gags about characters gaining weight in s6 ep7 "food chain".
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BuboPeli
Not that I can remember, but I do know in the earlier seasons there are some jokes that can be read as transphobic, like when Jake has a brain injury and is acting "crazy" he calls himself a woman as if that's something crazy
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moomeecore
No, but the show has a very small number of POC in the cast, a lot of which die. To be fair, they don't have a lot of white people either - the show mostly has non human characters. But Moe, Prismo, and Marceline's mom are all people of color who die. Prismo is later resurrected though. This is potentially made slightly more offensive by the fact that the only other two prominent people of color, Marceline and Simon, end up having unnatural skin colors (gray and blue respectively) as a result of the influence of magic powers.
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Are there homophobic slurs?
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cha0ticnewtsys
At first Ice king is an antisemetic blood libel trope with his aged appearance, long pointed nose and affinity for kidnapping princesses. He is later redeemed
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BuboPeli
Finn gets put in women's armor and he freaks out about it. Jake later puts on the same armor and acts like another character's mom
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Is there hate speech?
21 supporters
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1
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25
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cha0ticnewtsys
S1
 E2
Lumpers are discriminatory to non-lumpers even using “smooth people” almost like a slur
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Is a minority is misrepresented?
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Anonymous
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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Dreamscape
There are comical "crazy" characters in the series, including a senile character and a character who hallucinates. In s1 ep3 "prisoners of love" people make fun of a boy for being incontinent
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Are there n-words?
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Is there aphobia?
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Race
Is there blackface?
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Relationships
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SennaCookie
- There is an age gap relationship between two side characters: A and B. A seems to be in his 30s/40s and B is more like a gradma age. They are not central to the plot at all and only appear in a few episodes

- A character does have a crush on a character that's too old for him, but they don't date, it's just a crush
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Religious
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Pantalones
The religious figures from Adventure Time are real in-universe and show up as characters. There is a multi-faced deity named Glob, Gob, Grob and Grod. A popular exclamation is "oh my Glob." Finn also asks at one point if everyone is "at church, worshipping Glob." There is also a god of chaos/destruction called Golb.
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starcatz
There is an area of the land of OOO called the Nightosphere. It isn’t an actual representation of hell but it does seem very similar to one. There are also several demons in the show, one of them being Marceline’s father and Marceline being part demon.
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Sex
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RowanOakley
Lots of innuendo and some censored nudity, but no on-screen sex.
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BuboPeli
Many characters are sexually objectified by the Ice King
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kokirii_ko
there is implied nudity throughout the series but never shown on screen. in the episode “marceline’s closet” finn sees marcy naked and we see his reaction & in “the pit” jake is seen removing a towel from his body and finn reacts like he’s naked (though he never wears any clothes)
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Is there bestiality?
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Pantalones
There is lots of cross-species dating and marriage, like Tree Trunks and Mr. Pig or Finn and several princesses, but all parties involved are sentient with human-like intelligence.
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Is there BDSM?
12 supporters
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0
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9
0
Only innuendos that kids wouldn't notice.
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creepgore
S6
 E6
Episode “Breezy”. It isn’t explicit at all, but it is implied that Finn loses his virginity to LSP offscreen during the episode.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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58 supporters
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3
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clarkekent
There’s no biological incest, but there’s a moment where Simon tries to kiss Marceline having forgotten he’s basically her adoptive father and she has to cry out and shove him away. There’s also moments where Tree Trunks goes after Finn despite being grandmotherly to him.
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Sexism
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aurorafamily
Joshua ridicules a baby Finn (and later teenage Finn via recording) for crying
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Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
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cha0ticnewtsys
Marceline’s mother is implied to die from chronic illness.
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BuboPeli
The Ice King seems to have dementia, it's mostly played for laughs except for the episodes that explore his relationship with Marceline
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Is someone terminally ill?
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Social
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aurorafamily
LSP leaves her parents' home and struggles with living in the wild. Finn and Jake get temporarily evicted, but this is resolved at the end of the episode
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ohaidoggy
there arent abortion themes at all. fascinated by whoever voted yes
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Are there fat suits?
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SiRenfield
Several times but the most well known example being “If just being born is the greatest act of creation, then what are you supposed to do after that? Isn’t everything that comes next sort of a disappointment? Slowly entropying until we devolve into a pile of mush?”
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Spoiler
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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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Are there end credit scenes?
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7
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Anonymous
Definitely a turbulent ending with mixed emotions. Mostly happy but very heavy
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
12 supporters
Yes
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10
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Sierra1
Simon and Marceline push the Clambulance off a bridge in the episode "Simon & Marcy".
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aurorafamily
Finn, Jake, BMO, and Banana Man take a truck for a joyride, with noisy results
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Does a plane crash?
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kokirii_ko
breakfast princess gets hit with her own car in “princess day”. she is then dumped in the middle of nowhere to walk back to her kingdom.
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Violence
Yes
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4
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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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Is there blood/gore?
37 supporters
Yes
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No
10
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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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Does someone drown?
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2
No
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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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kokirii_ko
not really, there are no realistic guns shown in the show but there are ray guns and tennis ball launchers, but nothing goes further than cartoon violence guns going “pew pew pew”. no character is directly wounded from these guns but in the episode “varmints” princess bubblegum can be seen with her ray gun shooting monsters on screen
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