Talking about PB trying to tell Fin he couldn't be with FP while showing up in different cute dresses and such for no apparent reason?
I'm thinking more direct FP taking notice of PB and how Fin jumps to her commands. Perhaps puts to much thought into it and with a wrongly placed slip from Jake is told Fin used to have a 'thing' for PB. That sort of cluster F**k of a mess lol
Seasons 5 episode 109 "all the little people" (please log in to view the image)
he gets mini 'sim' like versions of a bunch of characters then proceeds to make horrible choices (mostly out of curiosity I believe) and grows a little obsessive (please log in to view the image) (please log in to view the image)
"What was Missing" is my all time favorite but "I remember you" and "Simon and Marcy" was awesome though omg and all of the Fire Princess episodes... it's hard to just pick one, there's so many great ones.
No. She actually loved the guy, but she herself wasn't ready for that commitment, and she wasn't ready to deprive the candy kingdom of her in her entirety to make herself happy. That's why she made her doppleganger which acted pretty similarly. And she called him "my love" after he left.
It does make me wonder about how okay everyone is with Peppermint Butler being a necromancer and dark magic user though with ties to several demonic beings, even Death.
No, I mean that she clearly could see that he wasn't really in love with her and seemed to show no romantic feelings back up until he became magically lovable. She seems irritated by him in fact. Why would she return the feelings of someone who doesn't really love her? All the stuff he does is with the expectation that it will immediately make her fall for him and he gets frustrated when she doesn't swoon over it. Right at the end, he just wishes that she'll love him without any regard for her feelings or freedom. That isn't love. Broco was actually kind of a huge prick tbh. The episode was a surprisingly sophisticated deconstruction of those kind of guys who just expect girls to fall for them because they're nice to them.
Heres a great analysis of the episode imo:
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