Gunter attempts to take over all Ooo while she sends a distracted Ice King away.
The Ice King is in his room looking for his magic wishing eye. Gunther comes in and Ice king follows her to a hair brush. Ice King says the brush is for princesses only, and it is shown that it has a dirty piece of Princess Bubblegum's hair stuck to it, which Ice King smells. He then leaves to go to Wizard Market to get a new witching eye, and Gunter is left alone crying in the corner. She then heads to the Ice King's recliner, where it is revealed that Gunter keeps her kitten offspring, and the Ice King's demonic witching eye.
The scene changes to the Ice King flying to Wizard Market. It is hidden by a fake cliff, and when the Ice King says 'wizards rule', it opens for him. Inside the City, Ice King comes to a stop in front of a store. He reads the sign above that apparently has the wizard symbol for "magical items". He asks Huntress Wizard just to be sure and she replies, "duh.."
- Huntress Wizard
- Brain Wiz
- Forest Wizard
- Laser Wizard
- Flame Princess (Mentioned)
- Gumball Guardians
- This is the last season 4 episode storyboarded by Jesse Moynihan and Ako Castuera. They came back to work on season 5 and 6 later.
- Apparently Ice King has no idea of the genders of his penguins, as he refers to the Gunter in this episode as both a male and female.
- This is the first episode where Flame Princess is mentioned, but does not appear.
- When Ice King entered Wizard City, you can see Brain Wizard who is still a cat on the left corner, it seems that he have not broken the curse yet.
- The phrase "loose lips sinks ships" as stated by theForest Wzard was an old World War II saying.
- Many minor and background characters from past episodes return:
- Bufo makes his third appearance since season three's "Wizard Battle." His first was in "Wizard."
- Various other wizards from "Wizard Battle," such as the Huntress Wizard, Laser Wizard and Brain Wizard.
- This is the first appearance of Kitten since "Princess Monster Wife." It first appeared in "The Chamber of Frozen Blades."
- An Ice Penguin Monster from "King Worm" returns as a real character.
- The idea of Gunter's love for breaking bottles, first explored in "Still," is revisited.