When we were still young, we all used to watch cartoons on our home television sets together with our siblings or sometimes even parents. We all laughed watching Tom fail as he persistently tries to capture Jerry, and we all got annoyed every time Dee Dee wrecks Dexter's works. Even as we get older, admit it. We all still love watching cartoons! How can we not, especially now that there were already a few considered to be more suitable for adults? And, speaking of animated TV shows for adults, did you know that Adventure Time was among the hits? It performed so well that the TV series aired for over 8 years! Now, let us all take a look at some of the best episodes of Adventure Time.
One of the best Adventure Time episodes, and probably the most controversial, was "What Was Missing," which was the tenth episode from the series' third season. "What Was Missing" aired on September 26, 2011, on Cartoon Network. Here, Finn and Jake, together with Princess Bubblegum and Marceline, joined forces to defeat the Door Lord and retrieve what it stole from them. It sparked a controversy due to an alleged intimate history between PB and Marceline suggested in the episode. "What Was Missing" received mixed reviews, but generally positive from LGBTQ+ oriented critic sites. Ultimately, Princess Bubblegum and Marceline shared a kiss in the series finale, confirming their relationship. If that was still not a good episode for you, look no further. We gathered a list of the greatest and even funniest Adventure Time episodes for you to binge-watch, or just randomly play. Don't forget to share your thoughts through the comment section below!
|1||What Was Missing||TV Shows||17||Paid|
|2||Princess Cookie||TV Shows||14||Paid|
|3||I Remember You||TV Shows||10||Paid|
|5||Be More||TV Shows||3||Paid|
|6||Simon & Marcy||TV Shows||2||Paid|
|7||Box Prince||TV Shows||2||Paid|
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