"Mystery Dungeon" reveals that the Ice King knows Lemongrab and his whereabouts. Followed by Finn and Jake, Lemongrab examines his desires, fears, and past as Lemongrab 1 â¦ In the German version his name is "LemongraÃ," which contains an additional pun. His preferred choice of underpants is a pair of light-grey briefs with three buttons on the front. When Jake refers to them as "selfish," Princess Bubblegum claims that "their hearts are fine. He is the high-strung, overly-zealous, stubborn ruler of the land of Lemongrab, and the heir to the Candy Kingdom. He also tends to raise his voice and scream a lot- all but a couple of his lines are screamed. He is one of the few overtly humanoid candy people. By the end of the episode, after Lemongrab pardoned the prisoners and started being a kinder person, Jake harbored no hard feelings towards Lemongrab, happily waving to him as he left Castle Lemongrab. Lemongrab declares her to be poison, as she is the one who made him this way, and begins to punish her. He also appears in the Live Action Promo, brandishing his sword as one of the villains and screaming maniacally. He always carries a sword that has the ability to emit powerful sound waves which can knock people unconscious. Lemongrab is not very smart, has a short temper, and owns a Lemon Horse. As acting ruler he behaves in a manner that makes sense to him; screaming at the candy people and sending them to the dungeon without trial. Lemongrab serves as an assist in this game who is summonable by Princess Bubblegum. Earl of Lemongrab Uploaded by Antigravityfox. A world built for adventure, Ooo is filled to the brim with various landscapes for the two buddies to explore and bizarre characters to assist. The Earl of Lemongrab CLIPS. According to Jesse Moynihan, he is "off-putting, weird, angry, and alienated with an inability to read social cues." Could someone please give the all the names of the episodes that he is in? She adds, "Take care, boys!" Finn assists Princess Bubblegum in helping Lemongrab throughout the episode, and is at her side for much of this time. After his creation, he became the Earl of an Earldom (known as Lemongrab) and acquired Lemon Camel. The Candy People do not hate Lemongrab, but they do resent him strongly. Share your thoughts, experiences and the tales behind the art. In "Too Old," it is revealed that Lemongrab has become a tyrant, has indeed eaten half of Lemongrab 2, and now keeps both his counterpart and the rest of the Lemon Children in subservience using electric shocks and other methods of repression. When Princess Bubblegum realizes that the Pup Gang are in danger, Jake enthusiastically takes on a spiky, menacing form, preparing to fight Lemongrab. He is the creation of Princess Bubblegum and the first of her experiments to go wrong. The earl "doesn't get along with others," according to his creator, and for this reason he was purposefully isolated from the rest of Candy Kingdom society, for his own well-being and for the well-being of the Candy People. In the process, the Lemongrabs might have discovered a capacity to love and care for their "family." The Earl of Lemongrab apparently has a high tolerance to physical injury. after the Lemongrabs's agreement to let the prisoners go. Lemongrab is upset, and furious that Princess Bubblegum made him as such a flawed, lonesome individual, and reacts in a very hostile manner towards Princess Bubblegum's coaxing. This episode showcases how truly abused, malnourished, and deformed all of the lemon people are. An official synopsis released to TV Guide and other websites stated that "Too Young" was about Princess Bubblegum's uncle trying to claim the throne. The Earl wears a dark-gray bodysuit, blacâ¦ He and Lemon Camel appear, hung-over, in Issue 7 at "Jake's Crazy Party Where You Can Do Anything, I Will Reset The Timeline, I Promise" party. While some characters in this show can be categorized as âcrazyâ, Lemongrab is genuinely insane. His head is filled with a squishy, viscous fluid which swishes around his cranium when jostled about, as seen in Too Young when he "laughs.". Andy Ristaino claimed on his Formspring that the Earl's sour temper and perpetually unhappy disposition are due to a combination of his willingness to stay bitter, and circumstances that caused him to be this way. What Lemongrabâs insanity reinforces is that without paternal influence, i.e. Jesse Moynihan has stated that after he was born, Princess Bubblegum "stuck him in Castle Lemongrab," because, as Princess Bubblegum put it, "he doesn't get along with others," and he is frightening and sometimes violent to other candy people. The ending "-dor" in the word "cytryna" ("lemon") signifies and alludes to his nobility and his status as a royal. See All Adventure Time Pictures. The Lemon Kingdom in Adventure Time, which is ruled by Lemongrab and The Earl of Lemongrab, is filled with body horror and skin-crawling sound. The Lemongrabs hade many Lemon Children, whom they love and care about immensely. Lemongrab tries to take the pranks in stride, but the spice prank pushes him over the line and he sentences Finn to one million years in the dungeon. The actions he takes against people are not entirely unreasonable in his perspectiveâhe only punishes those who don't adhere to his strict standards of behavior. "Mystery Dungeon" reveals that without the company and affection of Lemongrab 2, the Earl of Lemongrab is angry, rude, shrill, and anxious, much as he was in "Too Young." ", swing his sound sword and blast a blast of sound and leave. on Pinterest. She later makes Lemongrab a friend who is exactly like him, so he wouldn't be alone. It was only intended for the Earl to live there as the Princess knew that he did not get along with others. Lemongrab 2 is the only person that Lemongrab would willingly interact with physically. Even though he's an exceedingly troubled, pitiful person, he brings a great deal of misery upon himself, by being mean, rude, and obnoxious to everyone around him who even remotely disagrees with him. The Earl of Lemongrab takes over the Candy Kingdom due to Princess Bubblegum's age regression, forcing her and Finnto try and get rid of him even if it means a life-altering decision. Lemongrab is shorter than Princess Bubblegum (at her normal age). The Earl is not evil- just perpetually confused and unintentionally harmful to his subjects. Finn. Although, after eating the spicy solution that Princess Bubblegum put on his food (causing him much humiliation and pain), the Earl becomes as angry as ever and puts her in the dungeon along with Finn and the other candy people. Princess Bubblegum conceded his right to the throne because, as she claimed, he was currently older than her. I LOVE lemongrab, but I haven't watched most of his episodes. The Earl of Lemongrab pictures. Earl of Lemongrab is mentally unstable anthropomorphic lemon chracter from Cartoon Network series Adventure Time. He responds to the insolence of the children by screaming at them and attacking them with his Sound Sword, which renders them unconscious. He seems to suffer from many mental and emotional issues, and overreacts to small problems in the manner of an angry child. White or transparent. According to storyboard supervisor Ian Jones-Quartey, "they're a lot like twin brothers." When Lemongrab panics and runs away screaming, Jake looks less angry, and more confused. He responds to the insolence of the children by screaming at them and attacking them with his Sound Sword, which renders them unconscious. Lemongrab also imprisons and electrocutes the Pup Gang after they insult him and disobey his orders. In "You Made Me," Lemongrab expresses complete misery over his loneliness and isolation. Although Lemongrab is normally confused by displays of affection and disgusted by physicality, he and his companion have no qualms about nuzzling each other. He is a secondary character and became one of the main antagonists after the episode " Too Old ". He only smiles twice in the episode; once after being pranked by "the thing," and once after being beaten up by Princess Bubblegum and Finn- though this was in an unused storyboard, he is seen holding a rice cake and grinning to himself, saying, "Jealous of my rice cake, little ghost pranksters?" He views Lemongrab in a disdainful manner, but doesn't see him as being a true threat. They're just like this," and the earls respond with smiles. More evidence of his lack of thought would be his sentencing everybody in the Candy Kingdom to one million years in the dungeon. When they fail to rescue the candy people, Princess Bubblegum creates another Lemongrab to live in Castle Lemongrab with the original Lemongrab to keep him company. Lemongrab is puzzled by this act of heroism, and at that moment, Lemongrab 2 wanders into the room. According to production assistant Patrick Seery, the Earl of Lemongrab poops lemons. The Earl of Lemongrab first appears in the episode "Too Young." The episode introduced the character of Lemongrab, who would go on to reappear in many other episodes. Lemongrab relies on Peppermint Butler to serve him. In the Italian version his name is "Limoncello," which is a type of Italian liquor made from Sorrento lemons. In the game, he imprisons Wildberry Princess and Chet because he believes that they stole Princess Bubblegum's pantyhose. Justin Roiland, Lemongrab's voice actor, refers to himself as "a D-list celebrity" on his podcast. In the game, he imprisons Wildberry Princess and Chet because he believes that they stole Princess Bubblegum's pantyhose. This extra detail in Ristaino's piece could indicate that Lemongrab's eyes are very dark brown, rather than black. Once she's over eighteen again she fires Lemongrab, and insults him. The sword is later revealed to be a "sound sword". Lemongrab is the worst in toddlers, the rigidity, the rudimentary empathy, the inability to articulate his needs, the screaming and shrieking. He and Lemon Camel appear, hung-over, in Issue 7 at "Jake's Crazy Party Where You Can Do Anything, I Will Reset The Timeline, I Promise" party. According to Andy Ristaino, Jesse Moynihan said this storyboard was a reference to Lemongrab liking really bland foods. After the pain and embarrassment of the spice prank, he sentences Finn, Princess Bubblegum and Peppermint Butler to one million years in the dungeon. His appearance in the rest of the series shows him having one set of rounded teeth. With Jeremy Shada, John DiMaggio, Hynden Walch, Justin Roiland. Princess Bubblegum ... Lemongrab. Vinyl form with his sword and green belt! They try to take over the candy kingdom for food but Lemonjon sacrifices himself and saves the day. Although he is exceedingly sensitive to his own emotions, Lemongrab is extremely insensitive to other people's feelings up to the point of being unintentionally cruel and harmful. Card Wars Kingdom - Adventure Time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3BMHApQqcQ&list=PL_lABM4PHKBJDxHfofjkH0xyW5b3qQFmj&index=1What time is it? Lemongrab also appears to have a certain knowledge of technology, as he designed, built, and operates the reconditioning chamber in his castle. Unlike most other characters in the show, Lemongrab's eyes show the white parts of them. All the episodes listed here are made for fun and fanon purposes only, and should not be taking seriously. He sometimes uses a pair of half-moon spectacles to read. According to Jesse Moynihan, Lemongrab's title of Earl and his all-grey wardrobe are a reference to Earl Grey tea. When Lemongrab took control of the kingdom in "Too Young," he would send them to the dungeon for ridiculous lengths of time for the smallest things he considered an offense, even terrorizing a candy child and driving it to tears in a deleted scene. When he dismounts Lemon Camel, the candy people murmur to themselves in puzzlement. Jun 1, 2017 - Explore Stephanie Rice's board "Earl of Lemongrab" on Pinterest. Jesse Moynihan wrote on his website that Lemongrab will "definitely" return in multiple future episodes. Lemongrab is incredibly uncomfortable and disturbed by this act of affection for a candy person, and ends up poking and slapping Crunchy while screaming "Put you in my oven! You're the one who made me this way! He rides off on his Lemon Camel, upset and muttering to himself. In the German version his name is "LemongraÃ," which contains an additional pun. In addition to this, he imprisoned all of the castle staff for seven years (twelve for Peppermint Butler,) but immediately released Peppermint Butler once LG realized that he was hungry and couldn't make food for himself. The earls love their kids so much that they used all of their food to keep making more of them. The latter's last words are a plea for Lemonhope to return one day, to free the rest of the Lemon people from the now bloated and immoral Lemongrab and his oppressive rule. Upon being created, Lemongrab screamed hysterically and violently flapped his arms, causing the Princess to realize that the experiment had gone wrong.After his creation, he became the Earl of an Earldom (known as Lemongrab) and acquired Lemon Camel. In "You Made Me," however, Princess Bubblegum is much kinder and more patient towards Lemongrab; enough to speak calmly to him, attempt to teach him, and try to console him, even as he is threatening her and her subjects and friends. He is not inherently harmful to anybody but himself because of his unnamed disorder, and is merely "dysfunctional" mentally and as a person rather than destructive. when he came to Princess Bubblegum's castle, indicating that he had been isolated from the rest of the people of Candy Kingdom. However, they all blow up after Lemongrab 2 urges Lemonhopeto play his harp. Princess Bubblegum nodded yes. In "You Made Me," Lemongrab upsets Princess Bubblegum by spying on candy people as they sleep. He at least tolerates those who do. When Princess Bubblegum realizes that the Pup Gang are in danger, Jake enthusiastically takes on a spiky, menacing form, preparing to fight Lemongrab. Lemongrab is technically older than her during the events of "Too Young." Reactions to Lemongrab ranged from fear to resentment to complete confusion. He first appears in the episode "Too Young." In "You Made Me," Lemongrab becomes so uncomfortable with the act of coddling Crunchy, a candy baby, that he pokes the baby in the face, slaps him, punches him in the head, and yells at him, before throwing him onto the ground in terror. Lemonsweets is a doll owned by the Earl of Lemongrab and Lemongrab 2. He runs over to a sleeping Lemon Camel and pounces onto its back, startling the camel. When he dismounts Lemon Camel, the candy people murmur to themselves in puzzlement. He also tries to rule the kingdom to the best of his ability in a way that makes perfect sense to him. PB tells Finn and Jake to keep an eye on The Earls. Lemongrab sends a distress message to the â¦ The two times Iâve written for his character Iâve tried to play him as weirdly sympathetic. However, when Princess Bubblegum tells Jake that they need to help Lemongrab rather than fight him, Jake assumes a flowery, gentle form. Lemon-Sweets is referred to as "Little Lemon-Sweets" by Lemongrab 2 because it is only a few inches tall. In "Mystery Dungeon," Lemongrab cries out "MOMMY!" You're my glob!" His actions appear to be driven by unspecific anger and not direct malice towards anything or anyone in particular. He is made of lemon candy, rather than lemons. Because she physically made him and gave him the personality that he has, Lemongrab refers to the Princess as being "his Glob." After being informed that Princess Bubblegum was under eighteen, the Earl traveled to the Candy Castle on his Lemon Camel and immediately began giving orders and threatening the Candy People with time in the dungeon. He finds Lemongrab to be obnoxious as usual, and protects Princess Bubblegum from his Sound Sword. Adventure Time Fanon Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. After the Earl of Lemongrab usurps the throne of the Candy Kingdom, Finn and Princess Bubblegum(while 13) attempt to get rid of him. He attempts to attack his creator with his Sound Sword, but Finn breaks out of the chamber and takes the blast instead, rendering the boy unconscious. After Lemongrab assaults Crunchy, Jake grows much larger and more muscular, glaring angrily at the earl. I don't mind how long he appears for. However, he only had claim to the throne until Princess Bubblegum turned eighteen again, so any Candy People sent to the dungeon could be released by her after five years. Tree Trunks reprimanded Lemongrab for his rudeness in "Mystery Dungeon." Despite being far more humanoid than the average candy person, he does not have toes, nipples, or a belly-button. Lemongrab is shorter than Princess Bubblegum (at her normal age). On one occasion, Lemongrab attempts to kill the Ice King for "having no function.". Lemongrab rides into the Candy Kingdom on Lemon Camel in "Too Young." Tree Trunks constantly mispronounces the earl's name as "Lemoncarb," which irritates him. Plot Edit. Lemongrab sent several Candy People to the dungeon for varying amounts of time, ranging from three hours to one million years. During the flash-back of Princess Bubblegum creating Lemongrab in "Too Young" there is a flask with a green liquid in it on the nightstand, but it's red when she pours the liquid onto Lemongrab. Lemongrab is voiced by the same actor as Oscar from Fish Hooks. Lemongrab and Ice King never interacted with each other until "Mystery Dungeon," in which the Ice King kidnaps Lemongrab, knocks him unconscious and places him in the Mystery Dungeon. Lemongrab also appears to have a certain knowledge of technology, as he designed, built, and operates the reconditioning chamber in his castle. With Jeremy Shada, John DiMaggio, Tom Kenny, Justin Roiland. When the Earl of Lemongrab (voiced by Justin Roiland) finds out that Princess Bubblegum (voiced by Isabella Acres as a young girl, and by Hynden Walch as an adult) has reverted back to being only 13 years old, he tries to usurp the Candy Kingdom throne. The Earl of Lemongrab is a screaming lemon person with anger issues as well as the ruler of the Lemon Kingdom. See more ideas about lemongrab, adventure time, jake the dogs. He also designed the Sound Sword himself, as it is powered by the unique frequency of his own screams. He escapes just fine, and departs saying, "bye don't follow me." Lemongrab is surprised by Lemongrab 2's presence at first, skeptically asking "Who's this rigamarole?" This could indicate that Princess Bubblegum stuck him in Castle Lemongrab before he could interact with the candy people. Many of Lemongrab's traits are similar to Asperger's Syndrome, or being on the autism spectrum, including his eidetic memory, his aversion to traditional touching, and his difficulty with empathy or recognizing social cues. Jake didn't meet Lemongrab until "You Made Me" Initially, he is frightened of and confused by Lemongrab and his unsettling actions. Do note that these are not real episodes, and are not canon or affiliated with the current Adventure Time series in any way. Earl of Lemongrab first appears in the episode "Too Young." Earl-0f-Lemongrab 0 points 1 point 2 points 12 days ago 5v5 Conquest is the main instanced, structured PvP, although recently the Ranked PvP season was 2v2 team deathmatch. He appears to be a bit of a neat-freak, as he is noticeably agitated when he sees that Princess Bubblegum's castle is "unacceptable" by his standards. A Dirty Prank. Andy Ristaino joked that "uncle" is a term describing a failed science experiment. Because of this, and because of the fact that his sour disposition is naturally repellant, he doesn't get along with other people very well, if at all. Finn pictures. After getting a visit from Ricardio last week, Adventure Time whips out another guest star for âYou Made Me,â featuring the return of Princess Bubblegumâs experiment-gone-wrong, the Earl of Lemongrab. Lemongrab is angry and anxious from being separated from Lemongrab 2 and being in an unfamiliar place, and he nearly dies until Tree Trunks saves him. Princess Bubblegum created Goliad to replace her when she died, but Goliad is currently locked in an eternal psychic battle with Stormo, so Lemongrab is still the rightful heir. Lemongrab puts the Pup Gang in his "Reconditioning Room," which electrocutes them. He makes his first appearance in the comic in Issue 4, at Princess Bubblegum's beach party. It originally aired on Cartoon Network on August 27, 2012. Jesse Moynihan wrote on his website that Lemongrab will "definitely" return in multiple future episodes. According to Patrick Seery, he likes order, and he can only properly function in a society in which everybody obeys him and agrees with him. The Gauntlet of the Hero. Princess Bubblegum sees them as annoying nuisances and is frustrated by their emotionless behavior, but she is still willing to help them when they are obviously in trouble. Despite being despised by everybody else, he stuck to his job until he was required by law to leave- rather than quit and neglect his responsibilities. when he came to Princess Bubblegum's castle, indicating that he had been isolated from the rest of the people of Candy Kingdom. In "Lemonhope Part 2," the original Earl swallows Lemongrab 2 and some Lemon Children, storing them in his stomach. Due to this, and the fact that she cannot rule until she is eighteen, Lemongrab is able to usurp the throne. He screamed and acted alarmed when Finn slapped him on the hand, and he sentenced Peppermint Butler to five extra years dungeon for pulling on the leg of his pants. Finn tries to use pranks to coax him into leaving. 7 comments. According to Jesse Moynihan, he is "off-putting, weird, angry, and alienated with an inability to read social cues." Princess Bubblegum gets Lemongrab to admit that he does this out of loneliness and a desire to rule over people. After his creation, he became the Earl of an Earldom (known as Lemongrab) and acquired Lemon Camel. Jake didn't meet Lemongrab until "You Made Me" Initially, he is frightened of and confused by Lemongrab and his unsettling actions. Princess Bubblegum concedes his right to the throne because as she admits, he is currently older than her. Lemon snacks were served in the earl's honour, and fans were specifically invited (though not required) to come dressed as Lemongrab. Earl of Lemongrab. This however, only showed in that one frame. The Earl was created in Princess Bubblegum's laboratory; it is yet unknown how long ago, but he is much younger than he appears, in terms of years, although it is said that his birthday is on October 11. He is mentioned briefly in Issue 1 with the narration, "Not pictured is the Earl of Lemongrab, who is currently sitting in a chair in an empty room, screaming.". During the flash-back of Princess Bubblegum creating Lemongrab in "Too Young" there is a flask with a green liquid in it on the nightstand, but it's red when she pours the liquid onto Lemongrab. Which Lemongrab: Lemongrab 3, the Earl of Lemongrab After surveying his kingdom, the Earl of Lemongrab is taken to bed but soon jumps out to take his lemon camel to the Mountain of Matthew. Dog Buns. According to Patrick Seery, he likes order, and he can only properly function in a society in which everybody obeys him and agrees with him. Earl of Lemongrab is a recurring character in Adventure Time. This turns out to be the missing son of the Duke of Nuts, and the nut family is happily re-united. Both outfits have the same light green lime on the sash or belt. However, he only had claim to the throne until Princess Bubblegum turned eighteen again, so any Candy People sent to the dungeon could be released by her after five years. thinks they should save her because she particularly in love. This indicates surprising abdominal strength and flexibility. However, when he was shown to have survived the fall without injury, the Candy People lost interest, and merely stared at him nonchalantly as he ran through the castle ground screaming in pain. He first appears in the episode Too Young. Spicing Things Up. He always carries a sword that has the ability to emit powerful sound waves which can knock people unconscious. He is overly-sensitive, touchy, and high-strung, and easily offended, but tries his best and is under the delusion that he is doing the right thing. He is the high-strung, overly-zealous, obnoxious, stubborn ruler of the Earldom of Lemongrab, and the heir to the Candy Kingdom. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In "You Made Me," Lemongrab expresses complete misery over his loneliness and isolation. He at least tolerates those who do. Earl of Lemongrab is a recurring character in Adventure Time. The Earl of Lemongrab. However, Cole Sanchez merely calls him an "off" person who unjustifiably and arbitrarily treats others badly. The earl tries to eat the Ice King two times, and finds him to be obnoxious and useless. However, Lemongrab sincerely apologized to Tree Trunks for his rudeness, even though he was unknowingly rude to her for the rest of the episode by referring to her as "servile" and "slave." These are a list of all the fan-made episodes created by Maple Panda, which all take place after the events of the Adventure Time Season 6 finale. Princess Bubblegum is Lemongrab's creator. See more ideas about lemongrab, adventure time, jake the dogs. save hide report. or "Sound Sword! Andy Ristaino claimed on his Spring that the Earl's sour temper and perpetually unhappy disposition are due to a combination of his willingness to stay bitter, and circumstances that caused him to be this way. As acting ruler he behaved in the manner that made sense to him: screaming at the candy people and sending them to the dungeon without trial. Lemongrab is left-handed. When Finn and Jake try to rescue the Pup Gang, Lemongrab electrocutes him and Jake for "trespassing." An Adventure Tim universe counterpart of Lemongrab appeared on Adventure Tim's chart in Issue 5 of the comic. But eventually all of them died. In the Polish version, Lemongrab's title and name is "Hrabia Cytryndor" which means "Count Lemon." "Too Young" established that the Earl was created in Princess Bubblegum's laboratory; it is yet unknown how long ago, but he is much younger than he appears, in terms of years. According to Andy Ristaino, Jesse Moynihan said this storyboard was a reference to Lemongrab liking really bland foods. In the storyboards, it was shown that the Candy People said things like "Who's that again?" Lemon Camel is the Earl of Lemongrab's trusty steed who lives with him in Castle Lemongrab.