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Adventure Time is an American animated television series created by Pendleton Ward for original on September 24, ^ Swift, Andy (September 23, ) . "The Simpsons Meets Adventure Time in Season Premiere Couch Gag—Watch" . TVLine. "Furniture & Meat" is the eighth episode in the sixth season of Adventure Time. Finn and Jake cause problems in the Wildberry Kingdom when they decide to spend all their collected treasure and get themselves into more and more problems. Finn gets an idea to spend all the treasure. Volume 8 is a volume of discovery for many of our Adventure Time heroes! Finn and Jake follow the Lich to the Citadel, where Finn meets his long lost dad. Furniture & Meat: Big money problems send Finn and Jake to Wildberry Kingdom.
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Rob Sorcher left was influential in getting the network to take a chance on the show. The series can trace its origin back to a seven-minute, stand-alone animated short film of the same name this short would later be identified as the show's pilot post facto. Ward created the short almost entirely by himself, and concluded its production in early Cartoons on December 7, Cartoon Network asked Ward to submit a sample script for their consideration, but Frederator convinced him to rough out a storyboard instead, as "a board would give a better sense of what was on Pen's mind", according to Frederator's vice president Eric Homan.
This tactic proved successful, and Cartoon Network approved the first season in September McHale later recalled that during the pitch of an episode titled "Brothers in Insomnia" which, for various reasons, was eventually scrapped the room was filled with executives from Cartoon Network. The pitch went well, but the production staff was soon inundated with questions about the stylistic nature of the series.
Hoping to resolve these issues, Cartoon Network management hired three veteran animators who had worked on SpongeBob SquarePants: Derek Drymon who served as executive producer for the first season of Adventure TimeMerriwether Williams who served as head story editor for the show's first and second seasonsand Nick Jennings who became the series' long-serving art director.
Dan "Ghostshrimp" Bandita freelance illustrator who had also written and storyboarded on Flapjack, was hired as the show's lead background designer; Ward told him to create background art that set the show "in a 'Ghostshrimp World'". The lead production crew for the show which included Ward and McHale were initially hesitant to bring him on board, but they were soon convinced by director Larry Leichliterwho assured them that Rynda was talented and could draw in a variety of styles.
He eventually assembled a team made up largely of "younger, inexperienced people", many of whom he discovered on the Internet. In an interview with Rolling StoneWard revealed that he had stepped down from this role sometime during the fifth season.
As a naturally introverted person, he found interacting with and directing people every day to be exhausting. Following Ward's resignation from the post, Adam Muto became the series' new showrunner. Until lateWard continued to work on the cartoon as a storyboard artist and storyline writer.
In terms of tone and genre, Ward—a self-professed fan of ambivalent emotionssuch as feeling "happy and scared at the same time"—has described the show as a "dark comedy". We like cute stuff and nice things.
ClubWard said the show's writing process usually began with the writers telling each other what they had done the previous week to find something humorous to build on. He also said, "A lot of the time, if we're really stuck, we'll start saying everything that comes to our mind, which is usually the worst stuff, and then someone else will think that's terrible but it'll give him a better idea and the ball just starts rolling like that".
Adventure Time is a storyboard-driven series. This means that the storyboard artists are also the writers, allowing them to draft the dialogue and the action how they see fit. After the writers pitched stories, the ideas were compiled onto a two-or-three-page outline that contained "the important beats". While many cartoons are based on script pitches to network executives, Cartoon Network allowed Adventure Time to "build their own teams organically" and communicate using storyboards and animatics.
The artists were then given another week to implement the notes and to clean up the episode. Specialized artists then created prop, character, and background designs. For instance, the second-season episode " Guardians of Sunshine " was partly rendered in 3-D to emulate the style of a video game. The series' voice actors include: Ward provides voices for several minor characters and Lumpy Space Princess. Jake then tells the guy to sleep on his back to which he disagrees, so Jake starts to go away taking all the money he was gonna give.
They tell him to wait, and says there may be another way to get all the coins. Jake agrees and then tells them they can get all the gold they can eat. The scene changes to the kitchen where they are starting to eat the gold but can't. Jake goes to the toolshed to get them their 'desserts'.
Finn apologizes for Jake's way and gives them a bag of gold for free. They start eating those but Finn says they're not to eat. Finn then goes to Jake to see him bringing out some dusty furniture.
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Jake says to Finn that he will make them wipe the dust off by licking them, but Finn disagrees, and is disappointed. Jake says they are doing themselves and he is not persuading them, so it's okay.
Finn then takes the matter to make Jake see the error of his way. The scene changes and Finn goes to where the middle class berries were guarding the treasure, and asks them to spend all the money and tells him to take him to the poorest area of the kingdom. They take all the money and head for a back alley and see many poor berries sleeping on floor. He wakes the berries and tells that he has money for them and start to attack him.
Finn says he is willing to give, just they should not quarrel. One of the berry attacks him and Finn counter attacks. He beats all the berry and comes out of the alley covered in purple juice. He starts to catch his breath, and Jake appears and notices Finn. Finn then tells him to start to get rid of all of the money, and so Jake agrees and Jake says he got a plan to spend all the money.
They start to go to the Wildberry Castle and on the way many guards appear. Jake each gives them a pouch of money so they all go away. On the elevator, he bribes the guard and says him to go up. In a room, Wildberry Princess in seen on a tub of meat.
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She hears a loud noise and wakes up only to find the door broken. Jake comes in and says he will give them all money if she let him sit on her head. He takes a small chair and starts to shrink to sit on her and sits. Wildberry Princess gets so angry she calls the guards and tells them to seize Finn and Jake and also to take all the money.
The scene changes and Finn and Jake are seen tied in public. Wildberry Princess tells them they are being executed because they abused the power of money and will die in their own gold, which is molten now. Finn and Jake see the molten gold pouring towards at them, but its path gets changed to the guard near Wildberry Princess and he gets covered in it and killed. It is seen that BMO is still acting as Robin Hood and deflected the tube with the molten gold with his arrow.
He shoots another arrow which was supposed to hit the rope Finn and Jake were tied on but hits Jake instead. Jake takes the arrow and cuts himself and Finn loose.Adventure Time - Grass Finn - Cartoon Network
She also confirms this by saying that if they ever return, she will double dip them in gold, unless she gets a written apology. The scene changes to see Finn and Jake nearing their tree fort, and as they go, Finn notices a single gold coin on the ground and picks it up.
He tells Jake to write the apology letter, but Jake tells him to write and he will sign the letter. But one thing is for sure, they will never go back to the Wildberry Kingdom ever again. The two go inside the treehouse and all the treasure is not there, as they have spent all of it.
Finn tosses the gold coin in the empty area. The episode ends with the gold coin going inside a hole that was in the treehouse's floor.