sirnico72 asked:Ok so I was watching the suitor then something really confused me. Now we've basically figured out Jake is more than likely JT dawgzone. But then I saw in the suitor that Brocko's great grandfather own a copy of one of his books. How did someone who is two generations older than Brocko, and Jake have a copy of that book? Jake could not possibly be old enough to have written it around the time Brockos great grandfather was alive. So how does he have a copy of the book?
Yeah. It seems fishy, particularly in light of Joshua & Margaret Investigations’ hint last week that Jake is actually pretty dang young [essentially Finn’s age] in total Ooo years.
In The Suitor, Braco opens this coffin during a voiceover in which he says he’s consulting “the man who knew best about her Majesty - father’s father. Amongst his most dearest possessions, he kept a book containing every secret of seduction through superficiality.” It would be a stretch to pretend that this book is not the book Braco’s talking about.
Braco says he’s 21 years old, and at the beginning of the episode, he’s sitting on his father’s bones. If those bones’ father had a copy of Jay T. Doggzone’s Mind Games, [barring time shenanigans] it probably wasn’t written by Jake.
We’ve only had one soft confirmation that Jake has a persona by the name of Jay T. Doggzone. In The Pit, he says ‘Jay T-’ before stopping himself in his introduction to Samantha.
On the other hand, in Reign of Gunters he tells Finn that he doesn’t take Mind Games seriously and that he only keeps it around for laughs, though in All the Little People, he stresses to Finn that “it’s all about the bu-bumps in your heart,” which does appear to match up with Jay T. Doggzone’s philosophies.
If Jake really does call himself Jay T. Doggzone, he doesn’t necessarily have to be the same Jay T. Doggzone. It could be a nickname he made for himself, having been inspired by the previous Jay T. Doggzone, author of Mind Games.
'Jay T. Doggzone,' which strongly resembles 'Jake The Dog,' might be an ancestor. Jake, Jermaine, and Joshua the dogs all have names beginning with J. It could be a family tradition.
Or hey, time shenanigans are always a possibility.