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The Discription for this episode is "With a friendly bee named "Breezy" as his wingman, Finn decides to get back into the dating game." Here is the source: http://www.reddit.com/r/adventuretime/comments/1z8fno/adventure_time_season_6_episode_spoilers_heavy/ it may not be that reliable but so far they have been right —Preceding unsigned comment added by Farmworldfinn (talkcontribs)

Please remember to sign your posts with four tildes (~~~~). Bellamybug (talk) 00:49, May 4, 2014 (UTC)

Electrolytes aren't a reference to Idiocracy.

I've seen this crop up in a few different places. The movie Idiocracy didn't invent the word "electrolytes", they're a real thing. They're a special kind of salt that's found in most sports drinks, you drink them to replenish the salt your body loses when it sweats. Finn was drinking pickle juice in a misguided attempt to be healthier, not as an oblique reference to a movie.

I dont think the tip in his palm is a stinger. More like a sprout.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Danieltex (talkcontribs)

Please remember to sign your posts with four tildes (~~~~). Bellamybug (talk) 03:04, June 8, 2014 (UTC)
Electrolytes being used on plants and having a negative effect is a main plot point of idiocracy, nobody is saying that the word "electrolytes" itself is the reference, but the quote about drinking for the electrolytes and the context could very reasonably be a reference. Itxi (talk) 10:27, May 21, 2016 (UTC)

Who made the Transcript??? 
FbtuFinnManusia MalaysiaFinn Flame earth and water 06:00, June 8, 2014 (UTC)

Theory as to how Finn got his arm back? Breezy pollinated the flower. And also, you know, his obsession with PB completed the circuit with how Breezy felt about him/his floral limb. Something like that. Anyone? BaconmanEX (talk) 04:50, June 15, 2014 (UTC)

I agree with you, Breezy definitively pollinated the flower, and since she seems to be a magical queen bee, and that a magical flower the forces combined made the change to take place. Glad i am not the only one on this train. --Doomroar (talk) 05:22, June 16, 2014 (UTC)

LSP did bad stuff to Finn

Anyone else mentioning that he was most likely raped by LSP? xD


The green "sting" is most likely the grass sword blooming (guess it'll be confirmed or refuted later) 


Liked the "Breezy polinizing the flower" theory, another could be that his arm was set to grow back once the flower died—Preceding unsigned comment added by Snoopy3000 (talkcontribs)

Please remember to sign your posts with four tildes (~~~~). Bellamybug (talk) 02:14, June 20, 2014 (UTC)


Yeah, Finn was shown a little bit uncomfortable by pulling his blanket toward his chest. He's probably a little bit traumatized, lol.

I'm also curious about the green "sting", but until now there's still no clue about the green "sting".

Gulliver.is.okay (talk) 14:55, June 29, 2014 (UTC) 

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Please remember to sign your posts with four tildes (~~~~). ShinxƒelinoelScraft 18:37, July 11, 2014 (UTC)

Finn's flower before and after growing into a tree

Did anyone notice that before growing into a tree, Finn's flower grew its missing 4th petal? Then the flower grew into a big tree and then exploded, but when the flower fell from the sky, it became a three-petal flower again before being catched by Breezy. I think this should count as an error in the episode.

Gulliver.is.okay (talk) 14:51, June 29, 2014 (UTC)

It likely regrew the petal due to the emotional power but when it fell back to Breezy a petal fell off in the commotion. ShinxƒelinoelScraft 18:37, July 11, 2014 (UTC)


Based on Jesse Moynahan's life?

Could we elaborate on this more? It seems like there's a story there. At a couple of points this seemed to be an allegory for the prejudice an interracial couple faces (cf. when the elder bee on the river tells Breezy it's "disgusting" to be with Finn and summons an angry swarm). I am, what I is. -Ron Stoppable 03:46, September 22, 2014 (UTC)

We couldn't say much more without proof... ShinxƒelinoelScraft 19:50, September 29, 2014 (UTC)

Soundcloud link

The link to the Soundcloud version of Justin Moynihan's song in the "Songs" section takes me to a "we can't find that song" page on Soundcloud. Unless this is just an issue with my PC, it may have been removed. Someone else please confirm so we know whether to remove the link.

TJCoolguy (talk) 13:25, June 29, 2015 (UTC)

  • Yeah, it doesn't show for me either, so I believe it should just be removed. - LoLuX12 (talk with me!) 20:44, May 22, 2016 (UTC)
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