Adventure Time (2010–2018)
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Depressed by his feelings with Flame Princess, Finn enters a pillow fort where he enters a new world and makes a new life for himself.

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Bong Hee Han, Nate Cash

Writers:

Pendleton Ward (created by), Tom Herpich | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Jeremy Shada ... Finn (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Jake (voice)
Niki Yang Niki Yang ... BMO (voice)
Max Charles ... Jay (voice)
Jonathan Frakes ... Adult Finn (voice)
Shyloh Oostwald ... Bonnie / Blanket Child / Additional Voices (voice)
Mandy Siegfried ... Roselinen / Adult Bonnie / Additional Voices (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Quilton / Adult Jay / Additional Voices (voice)
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Depressed by his feelings with Flame Princess, Finn enters a pillow fort where he enters a new world and makes a new life for himself.

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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »
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USA

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English

Release Date:

8 April 2013 (USA) See more »

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This episode of Adventure Time directly parallels one of the greatest episodes produced in the series Star Trek:TNG, "The Inner Light". In that episode Capt. Picard is hit with a beam from a probe, and he awakens on an unfamiliar planet. He finds he is married on that world, and he lives out his life there with his wife and the children they eventually had. He wakes up on the Enterprise, and apparently only 20 minutes had passed. In Puhoy Jonathan Frakes voices adult Finn, and Frakes starred as First Officer William Ryker on ST:TNG. See more »

Quotes

Finn: [dancing with a girl made from pillows] It's really different than here. I mean, where I'm from, blankets and pillows are used for bedding.
Roselinen: [laughs] Well they're used for that here too.
Finn: [blushing] Ha-ha-ha.
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References Alice in Wonderland (1951) See more »

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Pretty much perfect
14 December 2015 | by BenzylSee all my reviews

Well, I kinda discovered Adventure Time after hearing quite a lot about it for years in the last month and I've been ploughing easily through the seasons since then for about four weeks. And today I got to near the start of season five. Yeah, it's that Star Trek episode done again, but in cartoon form. In ten minutes. And it's pretty much a perfect distillation and right now I don't reckon I'm much good for anything else this evening and it was my fiftieth birthday last week and I think I'll have an early night now. It's definitely a cartoon and it's almost certainly meant for children but it just has that light about it that there isn't enough darkness in the universe to extinguish so, grab your friends and go to very distant lands, together!


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