Fionna the gender-swapped version of Finn puts up with the sudden courtship of Prince Gumball the gender-swapped version of Princess Bubblegum while taking advice from her partner Cake the gender-swapped version of Jake in dealing with guys. The episode opens with alternate versions of Finn and Jake, using gender swapped characters. Fionna rushes to the balcony and sees the Ice Queen coming down from dark clouds to kidnap Prince Gumball. She breaks into the castle, forms a slush beast around herself and goes after Gumball. Cake turns into a morning star that Fionna uses to smash the slush monster, with Ice Queen and Gumball inside. The room fills with snow, and Prince Gumball appears unharmed, but Ice Queen has mysteriously vanished.
It originally aired on Cartoon Network on September 5, The series follows the adventures of Finn voiced by Jeremy Shada , a human boy, and his best friend and adoptive brother Jake voiced by John DiMaggio , a dog with magical powers to change shape and grow and shrink at will. The concept of Fionna and Cake was based on sketches that series' character designer and storyboard revisionist Natasha Allegri made. Ward was pleased with her creations, and decided to canonize them. Originally, the episode did not feature the Ice Queen at all, and the middle part of the episode saw Fionna go on a date with Gumball to a restaurant; this subsequently changed. The episode was watched by 3.
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While usually appearing as black dots, her eyes are seen as blue when enlarged. She wears a rabbit-themed hat similar to Finn's bear-themed hat with exposed locks of blonde hair and also has teeth missing in a similar fashion to Finn. Unlike Finn, her neck and blonde hair are shown.