Well, that was a lot.
Moe leaves behind a confusing legacy. He may not have been trying to kill BMO. That was AMO impersonating him. But he did built AMO in the first place, and he also showed an alarming disregard for free will while building a factory full of sentient robots. That’s probably not something that BMO will ever be able to fully unpack.
Also, BMO killed somebody. So that’s kinda hard to deal with.
I’m going to be streaming Ikenfell for the next couple of days (It’s a great game and you should play it) and then we’ll get back to Adventure Time on Sunday. Cya then!
The fact that Moe is dressed like Steve Jobs is probably an intentional reference.
Also, he’s building something weird back there. That seems like something that’s going to come up again.
Baby’s first existential dread.
It’s a BMO episode, I said!
It’ll be light and comfy, I said!
Yeah, that’s fair.
This is the most Looney Tunes thing I’ve seen since Kindergarten Kid.
P H Y S I C S !
In a messed up way. AMO and BMO were made for each other. One built to give out love, the other built to receive it.
That’s kind of messed up on both ends, really. That’d be the definition of a co-dependent relationship.
AMO may not have killed Moe, but he did set out to destroy his legacy.
And so ends Moe, one of the last of the humans on Ooo.
Okay, so AMO just watched him die.
So you’re just straight up copping to killing Moe. Awesome.