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Adventure Time 10 Seasons 2012

Season 3
4.9 out of 5 stars (74) IMDb 8.7/10

The Ice King decides it is time to become the Nice King?! Finn is ridiculed by a guy who claims to be a Knight named Sir Slicer?! A weird horse is keeping Finn and Jake up at night?! Finn is kidnapped by a gang of gnomes and only Jake can save him!? Princess Bubblegum accidentally releases a Zombie apocalypse on the Land of Ooo?! What is happening on this show?!

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Jeremy Shada, Dee Bradley Baker

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1. Conquest of Cuteness / Morituri Te Salutamus

Conquest of Cuteness -King Snuggadoodle and the Huggaboopies invade Finn and Jake's tree house.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: July 17, 2011
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2. Memory of a Memory / Hitman

Memory of a Memory: F and J have to enter Marceline's mind and retrieve the "wake spell" located deep inside her memory.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: July 31, 2011
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3. Too Young/The Monster

Too Young: Princess Bubblegum's uncle attempts to usurp Ooo's throne.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: August 14, 2011
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4. Still/Wizard Battle

Still: Finn and Jake find themselves paralyzed from the neck down and at the Ice King's mercy!

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: August 28, 2011
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5. Adventure Time With Fionna and Cake/What Was Missing?

Adventure Time with Fionna and Cake: It's a parallel universe when we expolore the adventures of Fiona and Cake from the land of Aaa!

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 25, 2011
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6. The Creeps/From Bad to Worse

The Creeps: Finn, Jake receive an invitation to a masquerade dinner. It turns into a whodunit as guests start to meet their demise.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 23, 2011
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7. Apple Thief/Beautopia

Apple Thief: F and J are feeling peckish and only one thing can satisfy their hunger: Tree Trunks' world-famous apple pie!

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: November 6, 2011
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8. No One Can Hear You/Jake Vs. Me-Mow

No One Can Hear You:Where are the citizens of Ooo?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: November 20, 2011
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9. Thank You/The New Frontier

Thank You: The Snow Golem and his beseeching pup pay a visit to the Fire Kingdom.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: November 27, 2011
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10. Holly Jolly Secrets

Finn and Jake stumble across Ice King's video diary and look for uncover his secrets....

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: December 4, 2011
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11. Marceline's Closet/Paper Pete

Marceline's Closet: Finn and Jake spend a nerve-wracking afternoon trapped in Marceline's closet.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: January 15, 2012
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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy
Director Larry Leichliter
Starring Jeremy Shada, Dee Bradley Baker
Supporting actors John DiMaggio, Grey Griffin, Kent Osborne, Pendleton Ward
Season year 2012
Network Cartoon Network
Producers Fred Seibert, Pendleton Ward
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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My daughter and I have had our ups and downs over the last year. Adventure Time is how we have managed to keep close with all the changes. The show is funny and colorful, which gets my seven year old daughter watching; has dynamic characters and engaging story line/plots that keep me interested. My daughter loves to fist bump with me at the start of each show when Finn and Jake do it. Yes, we even have the Finn hat and Jake hat to wear out together.
The world is a post apocalyptic version of Earth. Magic thrives in place of technology. Humans are an endangered species. Finn is the only known human, who was raised by talking dogs. (Yeah, some stuff is kinda out there, but the kiddies love it.) There are people who are made out of candy, rainacorns (rainbow unicorns), talking animals, and much more. It is like all the things that made cartoons great when I was a kid all wrapped up in one.
My child and I look forward to each new episode so much that we have made Monday's when it comes on our Special Time. Yeah, kinda sappy but we like it that way.
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Adventure Time continues to be a great show that both adults and children enjoy in our household. Season Three was more of the same, and I don't mean that in a bad way. The story lines are inventive, entertaining, and never veer from the show's central premise of enduring friendship. It's easy to imagine that the entire story rests within the imaginative mind of a young Finn daydreaming about adventures with his little yellow dog.
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Im 28 years old, I started watching Adventure Time because my 5 year old daughter really liked it. I decided to get the digital HD copy to play via my Roku. I love this cartoon. I havent enjoyed a cartoon this much since I was a kid. Of coarse, NOTHING compares to the original Looney Tunes or original Scooby Doo series, but this cartoon is great, different and random which I actually enjoy. Its not insanely boring by any means.
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Season 3 of Adventure time is great for those that love random silliness, action, with a penchant for subtle seriousness. I like how the serious returns to previous stories to expand the lore of the universe.
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My family loves Adventure Time about as much as a family can love Adventure Time. It's funny, quirky without being precious, intelligent without being lofty, subversive (love the princesses!!), action-packed, thoughtful, and heartwrenching. It's also, unlike so many cartoons, girl-friendly (did I mention subversive princesses!!) and family-friendly, and it manages to do so without dumbing stuff down for the parents or putting too much out there for younger kids — a very hard balance to strike indeed. It's crazy that a simple cartoon can evoke so many emotions and cross so many genres, but Adventure Time does. Season 3 in particular seems to take off and really meld the genres. I may have to revise my opinion of the much-mocked Dungeons & Dragons and its fandom, knowing that creator Pendleton Ward and many on his team are ex-D&D fans. Mathematical!
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... for them to release season 3 on DVD so I just bought it like this. I have a kindle and it's not the 100% best picture, it does get a teeny bit pixilated at times, but for the most part it's fine, color and sound are all good, so hooray. Season 3 is progressively more odd than the first two seasons, so it's getting more interesting.
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this is hands down the coolest cartoon i have ever seen in all my 31 yrs. I even keep up with it every week. chracters and concept rock my socks. if there were ever a post apocalyptic world id hope it was like ooo.
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This is the third season of Adventure Time I've reviewed. It's also the first time I've been moved to review so many seasons of a single show. As I said in my review of season two, "Watching an episode of Adventure Time unfold is like poetry." As I also said in that same review "The thing I love most about this show (covering all seasons in fact) is its unique combination of extreme simplicity, gentle playfulness, and profound depth."

Well, all that still holds true. But do I have anything fresh to say? Anything more to add that justifies writing this third review?

As an audience, we're no longer automatically blown away by the sheer range and depth the creators of this series are so obviously capable of. We've just come to expect it. So we're not going to be stunned by this offering in quite the same way that we might have been by earlier seasons. But we are in no way left wanting: the quality has not dropped one jot. And although on one level this series is more of the same, the show most definitely continues to develop. It's never reduced to mere repetition or self referencing.

In keeping with the underlying trend of past seasons, the complexity of the characters continues to evolve. Perhaps the most marked and obvious examples of this are in two of my all time favorite episodes, "Holly Jolly Secrets, parts 1 and 2". But I'm not going to say any more than that. If you've seen those episodes, you know exactly what I'm talking about. And if you haven't, I don't want to deprive you of the experience of going on that journey for yourself.

This trend towards ever increasing character complexity is also apparent in such coming-of-age episodes as "Too Young" and "Incendium", although never in an obvious or heavy handed way.
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