Theirs is the finale they deserved — and that viewers deserved too. WE HAVE REACHED CANON. We get to meet her mom and see how hard surviving the apocalypse was on Marcy. In The Legend of Korra’s final episode, for example, Korra and her friend Asami come close to sharing a kiss. We're all stuck indoors and the world is a mess, so why not binge some quality TV? Their hilarious interactions are the queer experience ™ in a nutshell: flirting, annoying each other, spending time with your person's family, and awkwardly answering questions about "boyfriends.". Marceline has Jake and Finn over to watch a movie with her ghost friends. There's so much to love about Marceline. Marceline and Lumpy Space Princess play pranks on Princess Breakfast because she's a jerk. She's bisexual and her long-term relationship with Bubblegum is just hashtag relationship goals. No one is quite like they were before, but Marceline still loves Princess Bubblegum—and saves her the only way she knows how. Oh right, Marcy and her dad are trying to make up. In an intense moment during the cartoon’s final battle, Marceline the Vampire Queen and Princess Bubblegum of Ooo found time to confront each other. In terms of rewatching, though, Marceline is one of the characters with the best continuity in a series known for continuity. I mean, only kind of. Two characters get the ending they deserve, and viewers couldn’t be happier. Season 5: Episode 14 "Simon & Marcy" Trying to teach him what girls like, Marceline proceeds to take Finn on the ideal date: running with wolves, roughhousing, howling at the moon. Season 3: Episode 21 "Marceline's Closet" It just feels hard to argue against that feeling of elation at seeing two of your favorite women kiss on a kids’ cartoon. Season 4: Episodes 5 and 6 "Return to the Nightosphere" and "Daddy's Little Monster" Search, watch, and cook every single Tasty recipe and video ever - all in one place! I repeat: We have REACHED CANON. If you've been wondering how Marcy got all her cool powers, you're in luck. Season 5: Episode 29 "The Sky Witch" as she spills the beans. Marcy is little and sick and Simon needs to get her chicken soup. Jake tries to help Finn ask Princess Bubblegum on a date and pulls Marcy in on the process. This trippy memory-infused episode is an exemplar of what makes Adventure Time so great. Turn around and don’t come back until you’ve watched the episode, please and thank you.]. When they complain about not being able to float, Marcy decides to turn them into vampires — JK she's just messing with them.