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Adventure Time: Princess Bubblegum Collection
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It is the sixty-second episode overall. Finn , Jake , BMO , Marceline , and Princess Bubblegum must come together and play music as a genuine band in order to open the gate of the Door Lord and retrieve their stolen items. The scene opens to Finn checking to see if no one else is home before pulling the lock of Princess Bubblegum 's hair from the episode " To Cut a Woman's Hair " out from under the couch. He sits down and cuddles with it until Jake comes out from behind the couch with BMO. Jake tells a startled Finn that he already knows about his "private time he spends with the wad of Princess Bubblegum's hair. Then a door appears and out hops a Door Lord. The three follow the Door Lord through a door that leads to Princess Bubblegum's castle, where she is seen running after him and demanding that he come back, yelling "Get back here you thieving door lord!
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It originally aired on Cartoon Network on September 26, 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. In this episode, Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, and Marceline the Vampire Queen form a band in order to defeat the Door Lord and recover what the creature had stolen from them. Sugar noted that while the episode may appear to be about friendship, it is really about the power of telling the truth, as exemplified by the episode's songs.