>>98238334>he was flawed to the point that it was damaging to Marceline
I don't know if I'd say damaging, she was sad about it sure, but she's a perfectly stable and functioning individual.>don't lead to any lasting chance in either of them and they always go back to their old ways by the next time they see each other.
They don't though>!st time
Marceline doesn't even want to see her dad, and her doesn't think he's done anything wrong, he almost immediately leaves instead of trying to repair the situation. Later learns how she's feeling, and wants her to know he loves her and cares about her, and didn't realize how what he did made her feel.>2nd Time
They're talking, hanging out, he's trying to be good to her friends, but her being his daughter, that he loves, he wants her to follow in his footsteps, she sings about wanting to be with her father but not wanting to do what he does and wanting her to do, and wanting him to be proud of that. He being as unreasonable as he is, forces her to. Afterwards he tells her what he's feeling, and she does too. Hunson realizes and says he is proud, and accepts her friends showing he's going to be more understanding of her choices>3rd time
(This episode is a lot more mundane than the others but I think that actually works for showing their progress) Hunson wants to go see her (because they apparently haven't in a while for some unexplained reason), after hearing about her concert he wants to go there an support her, but he is of course Hunson Abadeer and doesn't behave like a normal person, and tries to defend her honor from hecklers
The problem with the 3rd episode being it happens 2 canon years, and 4 actual seasons later without any explanation but there are like 10-15 Marceline Simon/PB episodes.
It's not really a cycle, just a process that has taken much too long even for immortals.>they were focused on the situation at hand and I find it believable that they wouldn't bring up older stuff
Yeah, I'll concede that one