Seems like a hole in the plot. Any arguments, disagreements, verbal assaults, or any dislikes toward each other that need a third party to help solve those disputes and yelling? But as I said, comedy is hard to get right, and even harder to have everypony liking the same jokes. A pretty decent episode overall I'd say, Cranky's grouchy antics bounced well off of Pinkie's bubbliness even if she did get a bit carried away in pushing him to befriend her. You really want to consider trying to find some friendship problem before the end of the day and face Celestia's 'wrath' for being late for an assignment for one day? And it addresses a flaw in the previous season. The whole episode is about her and Twilight, and Celestia doesn't even put in an appearance until the end. How can someone throw you back that far in a grade when you're being taught by Princess Celestia? Sora walked up behind her, knowing how surprised the others were to see their friend so messed up. Celsestia appeared to have a different vanishing point than Twilight in one scene, for example.
A smart ass, if you will. With how this Twilight is developing, what happens during the wedding is going to be completely devastating if it follows the canon in a similar way. She does lists for everything; even for the lists she has to do she does lists of them. Derpy occupies a suspiciously muffin-shaped car. That said the jokes are good, but a little forced sometimes.
But during this afternoon, when the others didn't worry like Twilight had, she felt like she was all alone on this and no one would take her seriously. She arrives to see Fluttershy beating the crap out of a bear, and laments her finally growing a spine on the one day she needed her to be a scaredycat. Jameson lol by sternly ordering for new stories left and right. This week was an episode about a relationship problem where we're not in on the relationship. I can't let this happen! Overall, I'd give it a C. I was laughing so hard. Desparate, and increasingly unhinged, Twi decides to create a friendship problem that she can then solve.
As ditzy as her name was, she's always a hard working pony, even if she makes a lot of mistakes. . Which I doubt ever happened. I couldn't find the spark to awaken the Elements of Harmony, and Sora helped me find it. Now she wants the whole cast to write the letters, but only when there's an actual lesson learned, lifting Twilight's self-imposed burden of having to send them weekly. I can't believe that in the slightest! The unicorn opened the box, filled with vanilla cupcakes with strawberry frosting.
And you know what the best part is? Especially how Big Mac resolves the situation. Seriously Hasbro, if you're going to do that, make the toy people take their cue from the show people, and not the other way around. She must hate her guts! Instead, it's her moral compass that falls apart. Twilight's little descent into madness and how her friends blew it off always felt wrong in a way. She so much as tries to punch me again or make up dumb rumors about me, I will zap her with Thunder. I can already see where this is going. Since Celestia is the ruler of Equestria, she holds me to a higher standard and will send me all the way back to Magic Kindergarten.
However, the entire population gets attracted to it, turning the scenery into a. Guess what Rainbow Dash does in this episode? Twilight proceeds to freak out, since she's supposed to write a letter detailing her lessons in friendship every week and she's terrified of being tardy with an assignment for the first time in her life. After he woke up, and met with Harry the grizzly bear, who wasn't as dangerous as he thought he was, the teen ran off to find Twilight, wherever she ran off to. Just lay in bed, sleep, eat, do something that didn't involve studying or reading a novel. By the time the stampede of fighting ponies reaches the picnic, it's sundown, rendering Twilight's efforts meaningless. Dash stared at her for a few seconds and then facehoofed. If I don't send a letter to her by the end of today.
Applejack has the actual helmet, even though she's already cowering in a trench to avoid the shrapnel. She seems evil at some points. The rest of her friends heard the commotion from the picnic spot, wondering what was going on. I've seen worse in real life before, though. I'm actualy glad that everypony loved this episode, cause i knowthat i'm a resonable person and one not-all-that grate episode dosen't mean the end of the world. Twilight sank to the ground, her time was up as the day ended. She pops out of the beach ball with a Grinch smile and a creepy, old, rotten plush.
However, it gets a lot worse than she had intended. Spike tries to add a paragraph to the letter lauding his having been the only one to take Twilight's concerns seriously, but Twilight makes him nix it. Clearly the two ponies are having a fight, and Twilight must intercede! She had no clue where her old doll disappeared to, but since Smarty Pants was pretty old, maybe it was best to let go of her old toy, though who would want to take it was beyond her. The only train we've seen previously, in Over a Barrel, was pulled by ponies. As soon as she noticed Sora watching them, he fell on his side in a flabbergasted state. Overall, I'd give it a B. You're starting to get desperate, and you're close to losing it over this stress.
Let's get something to go and figure out what's up with her. I will let you read that again, just in case you got any problem understanding it. And how do you end a scene of Rainbow Dash demolishing a building? Overall, I'd give it a C. Soon the entire town is chasing after the irresistable doll. Idk why but I always found myself amused by this episode from how Pinkie's usual goofy antics keep failing to impress the Cake twins, how chaotic everything got once Pinkie found herself truly alone with them, and the sweet little message at the end about how taking care of a young child doesn't always involve playtime, but to be responsible over them as well like any good parental figure should be. By the time she meets her friends for the picnic, Twilight is. She's worse than I was! Turns out there was no interpony conflict to begin with.
The helmet proves useful when a pile of debris comes down on top of her. Even her toys reflect it. Overall, I'd give it an F. We have a new opening which is largely the same, but introduces a train with an engine running through Ponyville. You could keep her meltdown otherwise the same, and I bet it wouldn't play nearly as well. I don't want anypony see me as a failure. Well, after all we had a lot more things to do and keep ourselves busy with.