Together again, together forever in ‘Adventure Time: Distant Lands’
Finn and Jake are dead.
“Wait! Stop! Spoilers!” you’re probably thinking. That’s not really a spoiler though; we find out that both members of our favorite adventuring duo have kicked the bucket not five minutes into the latest hour-long special from the “Adventure Time” epilogue series “Distant Lands.” “Finn and Jake are dead,” the screen reads. Right there on the title card. Bold.
Honestly, it was bound to happen eventually. In the eight-year run of their show, Finn the Human Mertens and Jake the Dog (voiced by Jeremy Shada and John DiMaggio, respectively) battled evil wizards, demons, vampires, other humans and even the god of chaos himself. With all these victories under their belts, it may have seemed like Finn and Jake were immortal, but every dog (and human) has his day.
In “Together Again,” that day has come for the brothers, and the realization confronts us just as it confronts Finn. Before comprehending his death, he finds himself momentarily trapped in an uncanny hallucinatory sequence of mathematics-related slang and classic Ice-King-and-ice-cream adventures with his best bro Jake. There’s even a painful line of autotune and a rushed “lesson learned” moment in which Finn states out loud to himself an appropriately preschool-level aphorism. Everything we loved to cringe about in the early episodes.
Yet, even after Finn wakes from this hallucination and finds himself in a sort of transitional purgatory on his way to one of the fifty deadworlds, something about his death feels unearned. Something—or someone—is undeniably missing.
It’s not Tiffany Oiler (voiced by Aryan Simhadri), who’s died so many times by now that it’s honestly unsurprising he’s employed as an undertaker in the afterlife. It’s not Mr. Fox (voiced by Tom Herpich), who reprises his delightful role as “just some guy,” always stumbling into the craziest situations by sheer dumb luck. This time, he’s a deadworlds orientation counselor, of course. And it’s not Tree Trunks, or Choose Goose, or Joshua, Margaret, Jerome, Ghost Princess, Maja—or any other secondary character from the show’s extensive catalog. In this Dante-styled vision of the great beyond, albeit one with 50 circles instead of nine, almost every resident of Ooo reappears in the appropriate deadworld, living out an eternal fate fitting to how they lived their lives.
None of those pieces of Finn’s life—or rather, his death—are missing. But Jake is.
Not literally, of course. After an emotional breakdown on Finn’s part that feels a little premature, Jake descends from the ethereal heights of the 50th deadworld because he sensed that someone’s vibe was off. Yes, that’s actually what he tells Finn, who’s scared and upset, and rightfully so. How could his brother leave him behind when they promised they’d wait for each other, even in death?
Before they have time to process this abandonment, the main conflict reveals itself: New Death (voiced by Chris Fleming) has replaced his father Old Death as ruler of the deadworlds and seeks to destroy them all, along with the souls living in them. This is the seemingly senseless motive Finn and Jake have to contend with as they travel throughout the deadworlds, making pit stops in various other realms in search of a way to defeat the untouchable New Death.
It’s a cool travel sequence if nothing else, especially considering we get to see the Candy Kingdom under the rule of Peppermint Butler, complete with all the magical renovations and augmentations he seems to have made. We don’t know where or why Princess Bubblegum has gone, but I imagine the fourth “Distant Lands” special, “Wizard City,” will explain this.
Even with this new lore, unanswered questions still abound. Enter the first twist reveal: the Lich has been steering New Death’s actions all along. Once we know he’s at the wheel, the episode finally starts to feel like good old righteous “Adventure Time.” In this incarnation, the Lich has accepted he could never eliminate all living souls as long as Finn and Jake were alive to stop him, so he takes a new approach and attempts to eliminate all dead souls and end reincarnation, using the son of Life and Death as his pawn and vessel. This new motive makes so much sense once we know it’s the Lich, not just some angry jockbro who happened to be put in charge of the deadworlds. It also gives us an intense, trippy compilation sequence of all the times Finn has slain the Lich before, emphasizing the cyclical nature of their timeless conflict.
Twist number two: once Finn and Jake learn that whoever eliminates New Death will himself become the new caretaker of the deadworlds, they duke it out in a brotherly conflict reminiscent of Clint and Natasha on Vormir. In other words, each of them wants to sacrifice himself for his brother, who won’t allow it. We know Finn and Jake will defeat the Lich, because that’s how these stories go, so adding this new dimension keeps the battle fresh and engaging.
As trope expectations dictate, a third character picks up the mantle of terrifying eternal purpose at the last second so that Finn and Jake may be spared, yet their victory still feels unearned. And then we get the emotional epiphany we’ve been anticipating.
In death, Jake achieved nirvana and Finn didn’t. The pair was forced to split up, with Jake sent on to the highest deadworld (the 50th) and Finn relegated elsewhere. Ironically, this is because Finn spent every moment of his life after Jake’s death simply waiting for his own death, as it meant he would get to see Jake again. He didn’t live his life for himself, on his own terms, and thus could not reach nirvana alongside his brother. Finn’s epiphany then becomes the realization that he has to go back; he has to be reincarnated as something else and try again, so that one day, he might reach the 50th deadworld via his own soul’s righteousness and be reunited with Jake.
At the same time, nirvana for Jake is a selfish choice as long as there’s “a butt of injustice to kick.” He’d be betraying his own righteous ending if he remained so far-removed from reality in the 50th deadworld and refused to go back with Finn, because it’s always been about the two of them fighting evil together. He knew his nirvana would never be true, well, nirvana if he left Finn behind by himself, and it took this one last battle against New Death for Jake to recognize the eternity of their friendship and brotherhood.
This is both the triumph and the downfall of “Together Again.” It feels unearned because neither Finn, Jake, nor we as the audience earn anything until quite literally the final 15 seconds of the episode, when the emotional resolution whizzes by like a slap to the face. I sat there with my mouth open wondering whether I should be amazed or stupefied by Jake’s decision to return to Ooo with his brother for yet another reincarnation. Of course, it makes sense; the duo has always been together, in all their previous and future incarnations: Shoko and the white tiger, Shermy and Beth, Penelope and Betty. Naturally, that cycle shouldn’t stop until they achieve everlasting peace together, no? #JustEternalSoulmateThings.
But the fact that I had to (wanted to?) think about it for so long means “Together Again” is a phenomenal success for people who’ve watched all ten seasons of “Adventure Time,” and a profound failure for those who haven’t. For those who haven’t lived with Finn and Jake from “Slumber Party Panic” to “Come Along With Me,” another reincarnation means nothing. But for those who have—those who’ve come along with the brothers on every possible adventure together, in every possible life, together—it means everything.
At the end of “Together Again,” Finn and Jake are, well, together again. In death, in life and everything in between. “Because it’s great being alive with you.”
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Choose Goose Famous Quotes & Sayings
List of top 12 famous quotes and sayings about choose goose to read and share with friends on your Facebook, Twitter, blogs.
Top 12 Choose Goose Quotes
#1. I think music is a selfish masturbatory event - for the listener, the maker, the candlestick ... maker. - Author: Joshua Homme
#2. When money follows results - we will get more results for our money. - Author: Bob Riley
#3. When it comes to making love, I may not be the best, but I'm damn gouda. - Author: Ryan Stiles
#4. Given a choice between goose egg and heartache, I would choose heartache. - Author: Santosh Kalwar
#5. When I'm writing, I don't feel neurotic. So it's better for the family if I'm working. - Author: Paul Auster
#6. Without any appeal to books, to laws, or to authorities of any kind, it was enough to accept God as a father, to regard slavery as a crime. I - Author: Frederick Douglass
#7. The less said about the putter the better. Here is an instrument of torture, designed by Tantalus and forged in the devil's own smithy. - Author: Tony Lema
#8. I have an intense desire to return to the womb. Anybody's. - Author: Woody Allen
#9. Not giving a shit, she decided, is like the defrost option on a car's heater that miraculously unfogs the windshield, allowing you to see where you're headed. - Author: Richard Russo
#10. Nobody can be anybody without somebodies around. - Author: John Archibald Wheeler
#11. I type 90 words per minute on the typewriter; I type 100 words per minute on the word processor. But, of course, I don't keep that up indefinitely - every once in a while I do have to think a few seconds. - Author: Isaac Asimov
#12. Cause I rely on my illusions, to keep me warm at night. I've denied in my capacity to love, and I am willing to give up this fight - Author: Sarah McLachlan
Kohler vs. American Standard
What is the difference between Kohler and American Standard?
American Standard and Kohler are industry leaders in walk-in tubs. Both offer therapeutic air and water jets, safety bars and fast drain and fill times. However, there are a few key differences. American Standard offers more models and custom options, while Kohler has a few extra features like heated seats and a lower step. Keep reading to learn more about these two tub manufacturers.
- American Standard is best for those who want multiple tub models to choose from, such as two-seat tubs, soaking tubs or chromotherapy.
- Kohler is best for those who need a lower step threshold and a more affordable price tag.
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Kohler is a popular bath, kitchen and lighting manufacturer that offers one model of walk-in tub. This tub includes all of the most popular features, including therapeutic jets and an extra-low step.
Kohler stands out from the competition with its luxury finishes and bath walls that create an elegant-looking walk-in tub. Tubs can be installed in as little as one day, and financing is available at participating dealers. Ask about installation promotions and current financing offers during your free estimate.
- Walk-In Bath: Kohler only offers one model of walk-in bath, but the tub is packed with features. It has a low 3-inch step and handrails for extra safety. The tub includes adjustable hydrotherapy and air jets, a heated backrest and a multifunction hand-held shower. You can add custom finishes and bath walls to personalize the look of your new tub. Kohler's tubs are designed and assembled in the U.S. and backed by a lifetime limited warranty.
What Kohler customers say
Customers who have purchased a Kohler walk-in tub give the company good reviews on ConsumerAffairs. Many people praise the professional sales and installation process and say Kohler's representatives are helpful and friendly.
Many customers are happy with the walk-in tub's comfort level and say it helps with chronic pain. A few customers have mentioned leaking issues and unprepared installers, however.
American Standard is a long-standing manufacturer of kitchen and bathroom fixtures, including walk-in tubs. You can choose from a variety of sizes and left- or right-hand door options to find the perfect fit for your bathroom.
The company also sells wheelchair-accessible options, two-seat tubs, shower and walk-in tub combos and hydrotherapy features like air jets, whirlpools and combination tubs. Interest-free financing is also available for qualified applicants.
There are a few types of walk-in tubs to choose from with American Standard. Tub sizes start at 28 inches by 48 inches, with several size options available for each type of tub.
- Soaking walk-in tubs: American Standard's soaking tubs are great for a daily soak. They offer a deep seat, quick drain and grab bars. You can filter more than 60 models by their material, color and size.
- Whirlpool massage walk-in tubs: Whirlpool tubs use hydro jets, heaters and massagers to create a spa-like experience at home. Be sure to choose a model with the right number of jets, door alignment and size for your bathroom.
- Air massage walk-in tubs: These tubs include air jets that create thousands of tiny bubbles that massage and exfoliate your skin. Some models also feature chromotherapy lights. The tubs are available in gelcoat or acrylic, and there are multiple size options.
- Combo air and whirlpool walk-in tubs: Get the best of both worlds with a combination tub that features air and whirlpool jets. These tubs offer a soothing, muscle-relaxing bathing experience, especially with optional chromotherapy.
What American Standard customers say
American Standard has plenty of satisfied customers on ConsumerAffairs. The significant majority of reviewers express happiness with the company's customer service, the installation process and the quality of the tub.
A few negative reviews were focused on customer service complaints or poor installation. A handful of additional reviewers had trouble with closing the tub or fully draining it.
Bottom line: Kohler or American Standard?
American Standard and Kohler are competitive walk-in tub providers. American Standard offers a variety of options to choose from with several different jet and therapeutic features, size options and door configurations. Kohler only offers one model of walk-in tub, but it comes with all of the most common comfort features. Request an estimate from each company to compare pricing for the models you're interested in.
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Untitled Goose Game
2019 video game
2019 video game
Untitled Goose Game[a] is a 2019 puzzlestealth game developed by House House and published by Panic. Players control a goose who bothers the inhabitants of an English village. The player must use the goose's abilities to manipulate objects and non-player characters to complete objectives. It was released for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Untitled Goose Game originated from a stock photograph of a goose that a House House employee posted in the company's internal communications. This sparked a conversation about geese; the team put the idea aside for a few months until they realized that it had the potential to be a fun game. Inspired by Super Mario 64, and the Hitman series, House House worked on combining stealth mechanics with a lack of violence to create humorous in-game scenarios. The game's unusual name came from a last-minute decision in preparing the title as an entry for a games festival, and it stuck.
Untitled Goose Game received positive reviews, with critics praising its gameplay and humor, and was named the D.I.C.E. Game of the Year, among other accolades. By the end of 2019, the game had sold more than a million copies.
Set in an idyllic English village, players control a domestic goose that can honk, duck down, run, flap its wings, and grab objects with its beak to bother various human villagers. The village is split up into multiple areas, each of which has a "to do" list of objectives, such as stealing certain objects or tricking humans into doing certain things. When enough of these objectives are cleared (one fewer than the total), an additional objective is added which, once cleared, allows the goose to move on to the next area. After completing four areas, the goose enters a miniature model of the village. There, the goose steals a bell before going back through the previous areas while the villagers try to stop it. In the game's ending, it is revealed the goose had stolen many bells before the game's events. There are several hidden optional objectives, many of which require traversing multiple areas or completing an area within a time limit. Completing all the optional objectives rewards the player with a crown for the goose to wear.
A co-operative local multiplayer option, added in a later update, allows a second player to control a Chinese goose, with both geese trying to accomplish the goals together.
Development and release
Untitled Goose Game was developed by four-person indie studio House House, based in Melbourne, Australia. The game originated from a stock photograph of a goose that an employee posted in the company's internal communications, which sparked a conversation about geese. The team put the idea aside for a few months until they realized that it had the potential to be a fun game. Untitled Goose Game was published by Panic for Windows, macOS, and Nintendo Switch on 20 September 2019. The game is House House's second project, and like their debut, was supported by the government organization Film Victoria, who assisted the studio in getting set up properly.
House House cited Super Mario 64 as the initial inspiration for the type of game that they hoped to build. They wanted the player to control a character who could run around in a 3D environment. Their previous game, Push Me Pull You, had 2D art with flat colors. They used a similar aesthetic in Untitled Goose Game by choosing to use low poly meshes, flat colors and untextured 3D models.
The game's playable character, the goose, was originally just a stock image and the idea was non-player characters (NPCs) would react to it. They implemented a system where the NPCs would tidy up after an item was moved. After restricting the field of view of the NPCs, the gameplay evolved into a unique stealth-like experience. Instead of remaining hidden like in most stealth games, the goal was to have the goose attract the attention of NPCs and not get caught. House House created a structure to the game using missions with specific targets similar to the assassinations in the Hitman series mostly as a joke. House House member Jake Strasser stated "It has a set-up and a punchline. By removing the violence from it, we just let the situations exist as a joke." The team opted for the English village as the game's setting, as its "properness" was seen as "the antithesis of what the goose was all about", according to developer Nico Disseldorp. The name of Untitled Goose Game was a result of having to come up with a title quickly on learning that the game got accepted to be shown at the Fantastic Arcade part of the Fantastic Fest in Texas, and without any other ideas, used the title of the gameplay video they had applied with for the submission, which stuck since then. The Untitled Goose Game title stuck with fans when they started to promote the game on social media. The only other title they had come up with at one point was Some Like it Honk as an alternative, but the team never gave it serious consideration.
The game was revealed in October 2017 with a trailer. The trailer gained viral popularity on social media sites, leading the team to recognize they had a popular concept on which to build.
Following the initial trailer's release, Untitled Goose Game was present at the Game Developers Conference, PAX Australia, and PAX West (Prime) events in 2018. At E3 2019, the game was announced to be released for PC on the Epic Games Store. House House elaborated on their decision, stating that Epic's offer of an exclusivity deal allowed the developers the stability to go from part-time to full-time developers. The development team has stated that they are investigating porting the game to additional platforms, including mobile devices.PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions were released on 17 December 2019. The Xbox One version is included as a part of the Xbox Game Pass service.
Physical releases for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions of the game were produced by iam8bit and released on 29 September 2020. iam8bit is also publishing the game's soundtrack on vinyl record for release the same day.
A free update on 23 September 2020 added a co-operative multiplayer mode for two players. This update was launched alongside the game's release on the Steam and itch.io storefronts.
The trailer, scored by composer Dan Golding, features musical passages from the fifth prelude in Claude Debussy's Préludes, Les collines d'Anacapri. Comments on the trailer praised the apparent "reactive music" system where the music stopped and started depending on the action in the game, though House House said later this was a misconception, as the stops and starts were actually part of Debussy's composition. The positive reception to the trailer's music led House House sought to include Debussy's work as part of the game's soundtrack, and to actually develop a "reactive music" system for the game. To accomplish this, Golding sliced two versions of the piano tracks — one performed normally, and the other performed quietly — up into roughly 400 sections. These sections were categorized based on intensity, and played based on what was happening in the game. For example, the game would play a section of the quieter version of Minstrels when the goose was stalking its prey, but switch to the regular version once the goose was being chased.
An official soundtrack was digitally released by Decca Records on 27 March 2020. It features both the regular and quiet versions of each track, as well as two original ones, called "Waltz For House House", which plays on the menu in the PlayStation 4 version of Untitled Goose Game, and "Untitled Goose Radio", which includes every track played from the in-game radio. A portion of the score was also released on vinyl by Iam8bit, which was pressed with double grooves to emulate the randomness of the in-game music.
In 2020, Dan Golding earned an ARIA Music Awards nomination for Best Original Soundtrack or Musical Theatre Cast Album.
Untitled Goose Game received "generally favorable" reviews according to review aggregatorMetacritic.
IGN gave the game an 8/10 rating and praised its silliness stating, "Untitled Goose Game is a brief but endlessly charming adventure that had me laughing, smiling, and eagerly honking the whole way through."Game Informer praised the game for its silliness and creativity, but felt that the game was shallow and repetitive, stating, "Untitled Goose Game is a great concept, and ends in the same charming way it started. Pranking people is fun, and doing it as a goose just adds to the thrill. Most people will play it for the silly premise, complete it in a few hours, and go on their merry way without touching it again. If you just want to mess with people as a goose, here’s your chance – but the shallowness and repetition hold it back from being a truly engaging game."Destructoid positively compared the game to Shaun the Sheep, stating, "Untitled Goose Game reminds me greatly of the animated series Shaun the Sheep. There's little dialog, plenty of antics, and humans who keep getting outsmarted by birds. Unlike the titular Shaun from the show though, the goose in Untitled Goose Game is not a loveable little scamp who always comes to the aid of his friends. No, this goose is a dick."Kotaku gave the game a positive review, praising the gameplay and the understated humor of its "brief, endlessly funny interactions", and finding "an insidious joy in drawing out increasingly infuriated reactions from the small town's people".
Untitled Goose Game drew similar attention as Goat Simulator, both sharing the nature of being animal-based sandbox-style games to create chaos in. After release, clips and stills from the game were shared on social media, with it becoming an Internet meme.
More than 100,000 copies were sold within its first two weeks of release on the Nintendo Switch. It was noted for having topped the Nintendo Switch sales charts in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, even above the mainline Nintendo game released on the same day, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. By the end of 2019, it had sold over a million copies across all platforms.
As part of a nationwide "Pay the Rent" campaign to provide reparations to the Indigenous Australians whose land had been taken from them by British colonisation, House House said it will donate 1% of revenues from Untitled Goose Game to the Wurundjeri, as their studio occupies land stolen from this nation. The end credits of the game contain the line "This game was made on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded."
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