In stereotypes, it's usually the girl who asks the guy "Does this dress make me look fat?" and it's a question that's hard to answer because you can insult the girl from your responses alone Now it's Jake asking the question.
They probably will, but first thing's first, Finn actually has to talk to FP after not seeing her for so long. Rather than trying to pull some big heroics only to ultimately fail miserably like he did in "Red Throne", he should start small and help Phoebe with the smaller tasks in the Flame Kingdom such as helping with some of the requests that the regular citizens have daily. Through the tasks, he can learn more about FP through her citizens beyond the regular couples stuff they were doing before, and as he continues to help regularly with these tasks, Finn will begin to have more respect for Phoebe, her role as the neo-Flame King, and the things she values such as her honesty policy and her scented candles.
I really like FP's hair in this. I LIKE EVERYONES HAIR. LOL Jake. I can just imagine him saying: "Hey Lady, does this dress make me look fat?" and Ladys all like "..." I also like how this kind of fortells things. Like if FP is gonna be evil.
Ahhh, Flame Princess is just ridiculously cute here
I would say that Flame Princess has been solidly established as being Chaotic Neutral; she's certainly not maliciosu enough to be any sort of Evil, but she doesn't show the same 'altruism fothe sake of helping people' that Finn, Jake or PB do; she doesn't seem to care much about collateral damage, but is heroic towards her friends, so she fits well as Chaotic Neutral, but with Finn's help may become truly Good
Jake's comfort in women's clothes is really kinda cool
I think that if she can't be made good, well... Finn has a very tragic story coming up. It's his duty to slay Evil, no matter what or who it is.