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  1. 14 points
    She's cute! How about "Cora Spondence".
  2. 13 points
    The Equestria Daily Forum Rules as they stand... Friendship is Magic. Regardless of how close to your heart and soul you hold the lessons of friendship taught by our favorite show, we can all agree that being friendly towards your fellow forum goers is best for everyone. This place is for you and everyone so have a good time and make some friends! Use your words for wisdom on the forum and save your weapons for war in one of our game servers. Be respectful of other forum users. Personal attacks on other members are most certainly not allowed. Do not provide porn to masses. We have legally underage users here and it is your responsibility to not make it easy for them to get the good stuff. This includes links, signatures, chat, voice and avatar pictures. Please post topics in their relevant categories and sections. It keeps things clean and cleanliness is next to Princessliness. Feel free to message a mod if you dun goofed and need your post moved. No reposting of EQD posts. Instead of doubling down on a conversation, please visit Equestria Daily's main site blog posts to talk on Disqus about the main site blog posts! Please wait 48 hours before posting about an identical topic on a blog post. This obviously doesn't include talk about upcoming episodes or movies. No leeching off the user base. We ask that you respect our hard work building our community by not posting links just to lead people to your own website. That's not very friendly! Role Play in the Hive. Unleashing your inner pony on an unsuspecting populace is practically an act of war. Please RP in designated containment areas only! Additionally please keep the language PG-13 as foals are out and about in full force. Threats of suicide are not allowed. This is not an appropriate venue to post your outcries for help if only for the sole reason that forums are a slow moving medium of discussion. Please find yourself a hotline if you need help. Rules are subject to change to close loopholes!
  3. 10 points
    Do you ever stop? No, seriously. This is ridiculous. 5 topics on the same damn subject. It's time to STOP. You aren't special, and just because everyone else doesn't share the same hiveminded opinions as you, it doesn't make them "oh god evil bronies who hate the show"! Time to face reality. GROW. UP.
  4. 9 points
    Everypony, Welcome to the Fan Club of Pinkie Pie! She is positive, and she loves fun and sweets. She has her limits too, but always gets up with happy grin on her face. Sometimes she says silly things, and sometimes she has strokes of genius. She is a pink cotton-candy-maned sugar rush that is at constant war with logic and 4th wall and nopony is able to stop her!!! But most importantly, Pinkie is always out there for those who need somepony to cheer them up. She makes anypony smile even in the most grief hour. One is never able to leave her parties without happiness on his/her face. If you ever feel blue , just let Pinkie give you a hug. But make sure you always laugh and smile for her. It might be not much, but it is something that makes her happy beyond anything. Thank you for being yourself and with us, Pinkie! Let the fun begin Rules: ☆ Please, keep in mind what Fan Club is this. So please, don't make a Cheese post, for instance, unless it has Pinkie too; ☆ Bear in mind that there is a younger ones out there! With that said, no NSFW content is allowed. The SUGGESTIVE content is allowed to a certain limit. Please choose the pictures and words carefully; ☆ This is a Fan Club, not Hate Order. If there is something not-exactly-nice you have to say about this place, Pinkie, or virtually anypony or anything, then please keep that at bay; ☆ Ships are allowed as long as they don't contradict any of the rules above; ☆ Whatever them good old EQD Forum rules have to say!
  5. 9 points
    Hello I would like to offer a suggestion to help better advertise the forum by adding a tab on EQD's main site a forum link tab or so. That way folks can have a quick access to EQD forums from the main site itself and it would invoke curiosity for folks to try the tab and link out.
  6. 9 points
    @Bakaarion All She Could Ever Want:
  7. 8 points
    Everypony, Welcome to the Fan Club of Sunset Shimmer! Once being a student of Princess Celestia, this flame-maned unicorn had a lot of great potential. However, her ambition, impatience and desire of becoming an eqestrian princess led her off her way. As a result she was forced to flee through the magic mirror to another world, away from her teacher. However, everything has changed for Sunset when Princess Twilight Sparkle arrived to Canterlot High in order to foil her plans after she stole her Element of Harmony. Feeling very remorseful, she decided to turn herself around for better and learn about friendship herself. She made some new friends, including princess Twilight, and works hard to make up for all mistakes she has done in her past. Sunset has earned her forgiveness from both students of Canterlot High and us as well. She has proved that her past does not define her today, and we all love her for that! We love you, Sunny, and we are here to talk about you. Rules: ☆ Please, keep in mind what Fan Club is this. So please, don't make a Filthy Rich post, for instance, unless it has Sunset too; ☆ Bear in mind that there is a younger ones out there! With that said, no NSFW content is allowed. The SUGGESTIVE content is allowed to a certain limit. Please choose the pictures and words carefully; ☆ This is a Fan Club, not Hate Order. If there is something not-exactly-nice you have to say about this place, Sunset, or virtually anypony or anything, then please keep that at bay; ☆ Ships are allowed as long as they don't contradict any of the rules above; ☆ Whatever them good old EQD Forum rules have to say!
  8. 8 points
    Luxor, Egypt, 1978. While carefully removing debris from KV60, the burial chamber of Pharoah Hatshepsut's personal nurse. It was slow-going, for we were just beginning in those days to appreciate the value of careful, laboriously documented excavations and were very much aware of how like previous Egyptologists were to common tomb robbers. There are often false walls and hollow floors in these tombs, where grave goods can be safely stored to avoid detection by defilers and successors who wished to alter the history of their predecessors. It was behind such a contrivance in the nurse's innermost crypt that we found a strange, indecipherable panel. The nature of this narrative was unlike anything prior. We had no precedent to guide our interpretations. Humiliated by our own ignorance, we hid the thing in an obscure catalog with a misleading description of being a tally of livestock in the nurse's possession. It sat in a drawer, intentionally neglected among our institution's inventory of artefacts, undisturbed... but not undisturbing. For decades the panel would intrude into my mind, obliterating my professional confidence with its ineffable mystery! Never before had I or my conspirators been so utterly bereft of any power to decipher the ancient remnants of daily life, even for such nobles and highly-place caretakers with their love of obtuse symbolism. After a professional lifetime, the power of this mystery to haunt and torment me was finally lifted. I began to notice the motifs from this very panel appearing in large numbers on the World Wide Web. The Information Superhighway had finally lived up to its long-unfulfilled promise of delivering light where there was only darkness. For it was not scholarly and bespectacled antiquarians who had pried the secrets from this panel. It was instead Hasbro, acting as a central Hub for creatives and expert storytellers. And why should it not be so? Would it take anything less than the genius for narrative and personalities that often sparks the fuels of new myth-makers to fully comprehend the intricate and wondrous legends captured in clay and glaze that had eluded we, the learned academics? There is a fittingly poetic structure at work in this turn of events. At any rate, that is how Equestria was made. Next time, why not ask me how I discovered MLP?
  9. 8 points
    What I do a week before finals: What I do a day before finals:
  10. 8 points
    @ChB @Shimmer Sparkle @Light Blade @Celli @LittleLooney @Nuke87654 @Metemponychosis @RK_Striker_JK_5 @Havocbyte Happy Winter Wrap Up, Everypony!
  11. 8 points
    You got me. But I'm on contract for another 20 years, so you are stuck with me. Trixie is best. Bat ponies should replace the mane cast. Glim Glam is the ultimate addition to pony. Embrace these thoughts, for they are your reality.
  12. 7 points
    The first teaser for the MLP movie is out.
  13. 7 points
    Today, I'm going to review Friendship is Magic's one hundred and third episode and it's fifth season's twelfth episode, Amending Fences. The storyboard artists are Corey Toomey and Aynsley King and the writer is M.A. Larson. Kora Kosicka designed Moon Dancer. One of the original elements in the story was that Twilight was so distraught for what she had done to Moon Dancer that she was contemplating giving up on her title as Princess of Friendship. Princess Celestia would offer advice to her that it's never too late to repair broken friendships and remarks that it's a lesson she herself has only learned recently with Princess Luna. This was cut for time. Upon hearing how terrible of a friend Twilight was to her friends at Canterlot from Spike, Twilight, now the Princess of Friendship, wishes to go and make amends to them for what she had done so poorly as a friend with them previously. Positives: 1. The episode's narrative does a great job using callbacks to the series pilot Mare in the Moon. Of note here in Amending Fences is that the narrative of the episode would center and focus around this scene from S1's Mare in the Moon. Minutte, Twinkle Shine, and Lemon Heart here. Remember how they were trying to invite Twilight Sparkle to a birthday party named Moon Dancer, one where Spike had a present for her only for Twilight to blow it off so she can focus on Nightmare Moon's arrival? Amending Fences calls it all back only this time where Twilight realizes how terrible of a friend she was to them so she spends the entire plot trying to make amends for what she has done and to become much better friends with them as a result. She would succeed easily with the three ponies I named above, but... Moon Dancer, the person she blew off on the party invite, would be a much more difficult challenge. This unassuming scene from the series pilot would prove to be a fantastic catalyst for Amending Fences as it would provide the motivation and story for Twilight Sparkle to face in Amending Fences in a sort of 'exorcising the demons' of her past per say. 2. I enjoyed how determined Twilight was to make amends for what she had done in the past. This episode is one of Twilight Sparkle's best in the series for not only how she came to ask for forgiveness from the Canterlot friends she had taken for granted, but especially is of how determined she was to repair bridges there. The reason why I enjoyed this is cause this greatly expands and helps build on her persona as the Princess of Friendship as for one that is willing to minster lessons and to teach others about how important it is to have friendship, one must be willing to follow it and correct their own errors to better themselves for it. Friendship building The fact Twilight would feel guilty for what she had done to her Canterlot friends and how she sought to have them become better and improved friends speaks volumes of her character development to where she would feel remorse and guilt for what she had done in the previous part of her life. This would come to ahead with Moon Dancer who would prove to be her biggest challenge for it as out of all the friends she left behind in Canterlot, Moon Dancer was the one she hurt the most. There, I was especially impressed with how Twilight handled with Moon Dancer to where she did everything she could to placate her such as talking with her, trying to bribe her with a new spell to have her come to arrangements with her, book crumbs, and she even threw a party for her with Pinkie Pie helming the festivities to ensure she can get the best party for her. You know when someone wants to throw an awesome party when Pinkie Pie is involved. All of this shows that when Twilight wants to make friends with you, she won't hold anything back to summon whatever she can to ensure that you and her can be on good terms with her. Now this is done much better than say Pinkie Pie's attempts like A friend in deed, as the context of the situation favored Twilight's actions as Moon Dancer was clearly hurt from Twilight had done and Twilight herself wants to make amends for what she has done, and most importantly isn't wrecking stuff doing it. If you wanted to put a list for what episodes hold the best Twilight characterizations in the series, this has to be at least Top 3 for how far she was willing to go to correct the past mistakes she made and really show off of how much she values her title as Princess of Friendship. 3. Moon Dancer is a fantastic reflection of Twilight Sparkle and the development she would go through in this episode is sublime. Now while Moon Dancer isn't and the last 'Twilight Sparkle clone' that we've had in this series, her role in this episode casts her as among the best ones for it. Note the rundown library that Twilight left behind when she went to Ponyville. This will start my point in the episode of Twilight facing her past life. After seeing how she had left her Canterlot library unattended to all of these years, she would start to mend friendships with Minutte, Twinkle Shine, and Lemon hearts to easy and great success, but she will soon face a much greater challenge in Moon Dancer. Not even Twilight's bedroom eyes can work on her. Notice the destitute conditions Moon Dancer is willing to live in. The poor mare. Of special note, notice of how utterly reclusive Moon Dancer is to the point of anti social hostility as she refuses to speak with anyone. She spends all her time studying but she has no goal or so for it to warrant it other than just to study. This was a personality that Twilight used to have as she herself preferred to study of speaking with people before. The one difference though is that Twilight didn't suffer the bitter taste of betrayal from a friend she had wanted her to come to her birthday party. As a result, Moon Dancer is notably very bitter and angry and she refuses to open things up to anyone unless bribed with something she likes which even then has limits. If you note the pony to the far left, that's Starlight Glimmer planning how to get back at Twiliight Sparkle. Even at the dinner part, you can tell how uncomfortable they were as Moon Dancer clearly didn't wanted to be there save for a bribe from Twilight. Even then it wasn't enough to have Moon Dancer to stay. After she left the party, Moon Dancer would state that the reason why she has no interest in friends is that she tried to give friendship a chance only to get burned by it so she won't let it happen again. This would be one of the worst feelings Twilight has ever suffered. Upon reflecting and seeing how Moon Dancer's party went and how harmed and hurt she was upon hearing that Twilight refused to come to her birthday party, Twilight would be renewed with resolve to try to make things right for what she had done. After enlisting Pinkie Pie to form a party and bringing Moon Dancer to it via books, seeing the party itself and how Twilight wants to be friends with her, this is the moment where Moon Dancer would snap and vent all of her rage and frustrations out on her for how badly Twilight refusing to come to her party hurt her. This climax is perhaps the show's absolute best in my opinion as if you want to give a good way of telling someone of how much they fucked up without sugar coating it, this is a good example of it. It didn't tried to excuse what Twilight had done. It never used that she was trying to save Equestria at all in the episode, no it told the audience without any qualifiers, that Twilight Sparkle made a huge mistake ditching Moon Dancer and her party and seeing how Moon Dancer was visably changed for the worse and is letting all of her emotions out on Twilight to bear it for what she had done and that no matter what she did to make amends, it still won't ever heal that memory Moon Dancer has. This in turn helps Twilght Sparkle's efforts to look all the better because when you're faced against such a cruel mistake from your past and you still want to do is nothing but to heal that person as a way to make amends and to help them out, you've shown of how much of a good person you are. Twilight would also invite Moon Dancer's sister, book seller, and the librarian, folks that are still able to communicate with Moon Dancer as a way to show she wants the absolute best for her. It was then that Moon Dancer would accept Twilight's apology and proceed to open herself up and the party proceeded to where they were busy partying all night long. All Night There once the party ends, Twilight would have to leave as she has princess duties to attend, but not before she tells Moon Dancer and her other Canterlot friends that she'll pay them visits when she has the chance. Spike on that note would give Moon Dancer the gift he had wanted to give earlier, one that would serve as a reminder of their friendship and one that Moon Dancer would look upon with pride now. See how happy Moon Dancer is. Moon Dancer's role may have been one time thing, but she has perhaps among the most the memorable roles any one shot character has ever had in the series for how it would highlight Twilight's actions to be on good terms with Moon Dancer, how Twilight's past actions had hurt her, and the acceptance from Moon Dancer provided us with one of the show's greatest moments ever. 4. This episode would also tie into of how ponies like Minutte who live at Canterlot go to Ponyville with Lyra Heart String's involvement and even make another call back from season 2. If you noticed Lyra Heartstrings in that photo, they would tie in that since Lyra and Twilight were friends from Canterlot for which Lyra would decide to move to Ponyville and the come to visit her. This would allow them an explainable reason for why we see those ponies in Ponyville despite hailing from Canterlot. Also, as @Jarg1994 had stated blow, there's also a season 2 finale call back when Pinkie Pie recognized Minuette as one of the bridesmaids for Cadance. Another one to rib on Twilight 5. Flask joke. Despite calling it a beaker even though it's a flask, still a funny sight to see and for one to wonder how she got it stuck on there. Of note, Minuette wore braces when she was a filly. 6. Spike is pretty effective in the episode. As @King Clark had made mention of in the comments below, Spike is also pretty effective here in his role as he provided good support for Twilight throughout the episode and would be the one to spark Twilight to realize of her past misdeeds at Canterlot. Much to his chagrin. Also, he would be the one to show that Moon Dancer had friends that cared for her other than Twilight and others such as the librarian, book seller, and sister too. Negatives: 1. N/A Conclusion: Amending Fences is one of the greatest episodes this series has ever seen. With great callbacks to the series pilot and how it was used in the episode, Twilight Sparkle having one of her absolute best characterizations and stories in the show, good use of other callbacks in the narrative, and a fantastic character in Moon Dancer who would provide with a fantastic center for Twilight's efforts to write her wrongs with her Canterlot friends, this is a sublime episode that anyone can enjoy and love to watch over and over again. Score: 10/10 Grade: A+
  14. 7 points
    Hey, what's up y'all? I'm new in town, and I think you have my girlfriend to thank for that... (word of advice to non-bronies: don't date a pegasister. You WILL end up consuming Pony content, just to keep up with your conversations with her). If you wanna chat, just hit me up
  15. 7 points
    We all know the only pony making these rainbow-colored trails. She likes to fly when it's both sunny and rainy. (By Rain-Gear)
  16. 7 points
    The human rainbow dash gave some of her clothes to this awesome pony ! Isn't that cute ? (By BeamSaber)
  17. 7 points
    Sonic Rainboom Wallpaperby Rekkin92
  18. 7 points
    Today, I'm going to review Friendship is Magic's ninety seventh episode and it's fifth season's sixth episode in Appleoosa's Most Wanted. It is written by Dave Polsky and the storyboard artists are Christine Cunningham and Dave Wiebe. One of the Appleoosan ponies, Yuma Spars and Troubleshoe's Cabin were part of the animation images featured at the 2015 NYC Ponycon. Also this episode was part of the IMDb error spree between March 3-5 with this one being named 'Brother can you spare a duck.' Like the others before, Jim Miller discredited this one. A vandal is on the loose in Appleoosa for which the CMCs wish to find him in order to stop him from wrecking another rodeo. Positivies: 1. Braeburn returns here in this episode. One of the show's most popular background ponies, Braeburn returns here with a speaking role after having a non speaking cameo in S3's Apple Family Reunion. Here, he would largely play as the worst foalsitter in Equestria as he tries to nurse his one of his broken forelegs back to health. Still seeing the Appleoosan cowboy is a good sight for those in the audience like him to see. Sleeping on the job. 2. Troubleshoe's problem with his cutie mark creates an interesting conundrum in the series where having a cutie mark gives a pony their purpose in life. A rather unique idea popped into the show itself is that in a world where having a cutie mark determines one's fate, we see a dour pony in Troubleshoes who has a cutie mark that he considers cursed for how trouble and terrible luck seems to follow him wherever he goes. Now I will explain more details into this concept and how they executed it later, but here I will give credit to the episode for being the first in the series to introduce the idea that 'not everyone is happy to have their cutie marks and it can cause suffering to them.' 3. This can also be the first episode in the series where the CMCs go out to help solve a cutiemark problem too. When you consider that the CMCs went out to help Troubleshoes to help resolve his problem with his cutie mark and of how later in the series they would make a career out of that, you could consider this episode to be the first one in the series or even a prototype episode for how the CMCs stories would be like centered on them resolving cutie mark problems. Again, I do like this other concept they have for this episode so I will give another credit to them for it in the episode. 4. I liked Applejack's side story to entering the competition for the hay tossing competition. Out of all the stories in this episode, I preferred this one the most out of them all as , this one was the least flawed and held the most effective narrative as we see that it was through Applejack that brought the CMCs and herself to Appleoosa, had conflict and issues such as how AJ only came to Appleoosa due to the rodeos in Ponyville being closed for some reason, a practice run nearly ends in disaster for the CMCs when a tower of hay nearly fell on them till AJ saved them. This would be part of the episode's problem that I'll explain later. And of how we see that AJ nearly quits out of fear for the CMCs till Braeburn and themselves convince her otherwise, and it would eventually lead to AJ's team winning gold at the rodeo contest. I would not mind seeing this team returning. This short but effective side story in this episode would end up being my favorite one of the bunch shown here. Negatives: 1. I really didn't like how the Cutie Mark Crusaders were characterized in this episode. This was a major problem for me in the episode as I really didn't like at how idiotic and selfish the CMCs behaved in the episode. The first of these offenses is when they chose to run away from Braeburn to go out and hunt a criminal that is feared by the Appleoosans so much that they nearly cancelled the rodeo just cause of his presence just so they can capture him and earn the spot to compete in the rodeo. Didn't they learned not to do this crap from S1's Staremaster? Then after hearing Troubleshoes plight, despite being given no evidence whatsover it wasn't anything but misery for him and that the judges laughed at him other than how funny Applebloom thought he crashed into stuff at his home despite his depressed attitude towards it. She believes that Troubleshoe's problem isn't that he has a cursed cutie mark but that he misinterpreted it as his destiny was in fact being a rodeo clown. Course her belief convinced the others and would win the day as the narrative demands it not without caveats to it, but the Cutie Mark Crusaders committed a couple of other problems in the episode. The first is that they failed to tell the adults that they ran away and had them thinking that Troubleshoes filly napped them out of fear of getting into trouble until they had no choice but to. Note, even the Sheriff thought that wasn't normal of Troubleshoes to filly nap folks. This was a problem as they allowed Troubleshoes to be thrown into jail for the crime of filly napping and other charges despite knowing it's not true. Ya see, we were going to tell you sooner, but we got scared of getting into trouble ourselves. The other offense they committed was that they got away with causing a jailbreak to get Troubleshoes out that is certainly a jailable offense on their part. Seems they forgot to add that to the CMCs list of crimes they committed here too. Put together, this is easily one of the worst CMC characterizations in the series and they deserve to be blasted for it. 2. Appleoosa's Most Wanted suffered bad tone problems. Tone is another problem that causes the narrative in this episode to look worse as at the first half of the episode, we're told to treat the vandal Troubleshoes seriously as we see how he has shut down major Rodeo competitions, has the whole town in an uproar and nearly had Sheriff Silver Star to cancel the event out of fear he would cause more mayhem, but remember how AJ saved the CMCs from that falling tower of hay and how it was treated like something that could seriously injure them. Thus the tone clearly shows we're supposed to fear Trouble Shoes and his antic and it implies he's some dangerous vandal looking to shut down rodeos for whatever reason, and makes the CMCs actions to go find him look all the stupider for it. To further add to it, this tone would carry over to Troubleshoe's reveal and it would affect the mood for his plight where one would feel that Troubleshoes is suffering a legitimately bad curse that's been making his life a living hell for it. Notice the look of fear in their eyes. Then in the 2nd half of the episode, the episode's tone shifts inexplicably to a much brighter and humorous one where all of a sudden Troubleshoe's miserable plight is just him misinterpreting what his cutie mark actually was, one of a rodeo clown, and that he simply needs to put his talents properly to it. This is the place Troubleshoes lived in, out in the dark woods, alone. Yea I consider that funny for no reason at all. This shift in tone badly messes up the episode's narrative as it fails to take into account of how the audience was told and fed that we're supposed to view this as a rather serious episode and Troubleshoes as a dangerous criminal only to turn out he's not a bad person but a miserable person who has suffered from his cursed cutie mark and how the town views it badly enough that they view him as a dangerous vandal that is wrecking rodeo competitions. This would be fine if not for the tone shifting in the 2nd half to one of humor that all of a sudden tries to make a lighthearted spin on Troubleshoe's plight despite how legitimately miserable he looks from it. Yea, this is funny too/s Really the tone shift insults how miserable Troubleshoes was and how damaging that cutie mark has been to him all these years. 3. The episode fails to take into account of how Troubleshoe's cutie mark causes him to destroy stuff so how long do you think he'll last as a rodeo clown? This is big thing the episode missed out on as considering how Trouble Shoe's clumsiness was considered bad enough to warrant being labeled a criminal for causing rodeos to close and how he still has no means to control how he destroys props and other items the rodeo clowns themselves use, how long do you think he'll actually last at that job? Cause I know his rodeo clown troupe is not going to be happy to see him destroying props that will cost them money and if he's too much of a money sink to be worth it, they'll boot him out and what then for Troubleshoes? I want him to be happy, but honestly that's what I feel is going to happen to him considering his cutie mark and it's damage. 4. The episode never resolves Troubleshoe's problem with his cutie mark. Considering what we have seen of how much misery that cutie mark has caused on Troubleshoes in his life, having him being a rodeo clown is very insulting as his actions aren't caused by his own but rather by his cutie mark. His clumsiness isn't by his own will to where I could see he's a comedian but rather he has a bad cutie mark that is causing him to go and unintentionally cause accidents, which you remember was bad enough to be branded an outlaw for it. Being a rodeo clown won't solve his problem with his badluck cutie mark, it will only provide another vehicle for it till they get worn out of his welcome. This episode really screwed up with handling Troubleshoe's plight. 5. Thanks to how poorly implemented the shifting narrative mood in the episode is, the slapstick comedy fails miserably. As @King Clark had said in the comments below, thanks to the after mentioned tone problems in the episode, the slapstick comedy falls flat here. Due to how we were conditioned to feel the episode to be serious from the start, when the 2nd half switched over to a more humor based mood, it would fail to resonate with me and others. The following for that is because jokes like the falling haystack tower from the first half was treated as a serious thing that could seriously harm and injure ponies, but the same thing in the 2nd half was treated as something to laugh at which causes confusion in the audience for it. And of course, when one considers how miserable Troubleshoes has been with his cutie mark, the humor based on his slapstick comedy, which note he himself is not doing by his own will but whatever the cutie mark has him do, fails as the the folks laughing at him (especially at the judges table in his youth) again feels very mean spirited rather than funny. Conclusion: Appleoosa's Most Wanted is easily this season's worst episode thus far. Despite the interesting concepts of a pony having a cutie mark that is plaguing them and causing them problems, a good AJ side story, and this can be called the first episode where the CMCs go to help others out with their cutie marks, this episode was marred by poor executions. Poor executions in how poorly characterized the CMCs were in their idiotic and selfish behavior, the bad tone shift to a humorous choice despite how the first half's seriousness would ruin that tone, the slapstick comedy, and of how it concluded for Troubleshoe's career as a rodeo clown despite how his problem with his cutie mark was never resolved and that it won't take long till he destroys too many stuff for the rodeo clown troupe to accept it. This is one of the worst CMC episodes in the series. Score: 4.5/10 Grade: F
  19. 7 points
    @Sparklefan1234 I've always seen it that way. Awww. Sister love.
  20. 7 points
    I really want more episodes of Rainbow Dash and Tank. I want their relationship to develop, and I want them to do some cool flying together. More so for Dashie and Scootaloo.
  21. 7 points
    @Bakaarion Scootaloo's Dream:
  22. 7 points
    Because the rainbow/scootaloo relationship is one of the things I prefer in mlp : Just one more thing to say :
  23. 7 points
    This is one of my favorite songs. Because it has a very powerful message.
  24. 7 points
  25. 7 points
    Celestia is pretty underdeveloped for being in the show since the beginning. She really needs an episode to flesh-out her character.