It doesnt matter how you look you will still get the guy you are destined to be with…Dont go around looking for perfection because no one and nothing is perfect…Enough with the pointing, backbiting, gossiping and condescending…For the love of God find something productive to do because speaking about your fellow humans is not an achievement…Your job is to only protect your heart against the evil, fight it and win…
I think it is one of the most interesting episodes of Elements so far, so I wanted to comment about some observations:
The design of the entire Elemental Fire Kingdom is really detailed and I think it’s quite pretty.
The trait for all Fire beings appears to be forever fighting/angry.
Flame Princess is a dragon, rather than just an enlarged version of her original shape. She also rejects Finn’s attempt at rational discussion with “Stop talking to me like we’re friends.”
Finn becoming a part of the Fire World changes him so much into straight out suggesting to kill LSP.
The entire Elemental Fire Kingdom is about to attack the Elemental Candy Kingdom, whose relations has always been unspokenly tense well before Elements.
The fact that Finn is part of this attack and the potential disaster he’ll create both physically and emotionally to himself, Flame Princess, Princess Bubblegum, and everyone else depending on how this pans out. (But most notably FP and PB)
Cinnamon Bun’s line at the end of the episode: “Surely, this is the end of all things.”
If a society puts half its children into short skirts and warns them not to move in ways that reveal their panties, while putting the other half into jeans and overalls and encouraging them to climb trees, play ball, and participate in other vigorous outdoor games; if later, during adolescence, the children who have been wearing trousers are urged to “eat like growing boys,” while the children in skirts are warned to watch their weight and not get fat; if the half in jeans runs around in
sneakers or boots, while the half in skirts totters about on spike heels, then these two groups of people will be biologically as well as socially different. Their muscles will be different, as will their reflexes, posture, arms, legs and feet, hand-eye coordination, and so on. (…)
There is no way to sort the biological and social components that produce these differences. We cannot sort nature from nurture when we confront group differences in societies in which people from different races, classes, and sexes do not have equal access to resources and power, and therefore live in different environments.
Ruth Hubbard, The Political Nature of “Human Nature”
“i don’t have the tears to cry anymore. but…i at least have to keep yu safe” // “i promise you, mika. even if i have to sell out the whole world to do it, i’ll make sure you’re turned back into a human.”