Puhoy thoughts, most important detail at the end
I’m 99% certain that Finn’s pillow dream was a premonition, or at least a learning tool. His dream in King Worm was a premontion, his dream in The Lich was a premonition, he’s just the kind of guy who has premoniton dreams.
This was the third time he’s dreamt of himself with a robotic arm (Mortal Folly and King Worm being the other two). This is also the second time he’s been shown with ‘kids’ (The first time was in Goliad, which was [like Puhoy] a Herpich episode). Both times he’s had children they’ve been connected to PB, and Herpich is the most Fubblegummy storyboarder so FYI…
Also I think we’re going to see a timeskip at some point (with Oooniverse older Finn) but not soon. Maybe to close out the series? I really wouldn’t be surprised if Finn lost his arm (offscreen) and wound up with a family of his own.
Also here’s big “you’re stupid” to anyone who still thinks Finn and PB have a rocky/bad relationship (friendship wise). He named his kid Bonnie, that’s high enough praise imo.
I think Puhoy was another reality, and not a mere dream, mostly because the way he died or awoke was like nothing we’ve ever seen before, and that red tetris monster guy that looked like GGGG was off the hook. Knife Storms warp reality or something.
Finn was being super immature at the begnning of this episode (telling Jake he needs more girlfriends, and how he was doubting his relationship with FP over something really trivial). But like I previously mentioned, the mug served as a symbol for Finns consciousness. If you’ll recall how Jake drank from the cup even though it was empty- it was once full, and that’s enough. Even though Finn doesn’t remember his Puhoy experiences, they must have left impressions somewhere within him, and perhaps some of the maturity he gained (embodied in the decision to stay with Rosalinen and his family rather than attempt to return home) will spill over into real life.