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Finn and Jake live in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo, which was ravaged by a cataclysmic nuclear war a thousand years before the series' events.
Throughout the series, Finn and Jake interact with major characters, including: Princess Bubblegum (Hynden Walch), the sovereign of the Candy Kingdom and a sentient piece of gum; the Ice King (Tom Kenny), a menacing but largely misunderstood ice wizard; Marceline the Vampire Queen (Olivia Olson), a thousand-year-old vampire and rock music enthusiast; Lumpy Space Princess (Pendleton Ward), a melodramatic and immature princess made out of "lumps"; BMO (Niki Yang), a sentient video game console-shaped robot that lives with Finn and Jake; and Flame Princess (Jessica Di Cicco), a flame elemental and ruler of the Fire Kingdom.
The cast members recorded their lines in group recordings, and the series regularly employed guest actors for minor and recurring characters.
Each episode runs for about eleven minutes; pairs of episodes are often telecast to fill half-hour program slots.
Produced by Frederator Studios and Cartoon Network Studios, the series follows the adventures of a boy named Finn (voiced by Jeremy Shada) and his best friend and adoptive brother Jake (John Di Maggio)—a dog with the magical power to change shape and size at will.
Finn and Jake live in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo, where they interact with Princess Bubblegum (Hynden Walch), the Ice King (Tom Kenny), Marceline the Vampire Queen (Olivia Olson), BMO (Niki Yang), and others.
The series has also spawned various forms of licensed merchandise, including books, video games and clothing.
(voiced by Jeremy Shada), and his best friend and adoptive brother Jake the Dog (John Di Maggio), who has magical powers to change shape and size at will.
Pendleton Ward, the series' creator, describes Finn as a "fiery little kid with strong morals".
Jake, on the other hand, is based on Tripper Harrison, Bill Murray's character in Meatballs.
This means while Jake is somewhat care-free, he will "sit [Finn] down and give him some decent advice if he really needs it".