Well, this new episode came much quicker than expected! Aired a week early in Canada so naturally it found its way to the internet for all to enjoy and I couldn't help but watch it.
"Wow, Fluttershy. I've never heard you speak with such conviction!" I think that quote says it all... Fluttershy has grown so much as a character and this episode makes it very clear. That's not to say she isn't timid anymore. She's always been that way and it's a vital part of who she is. But even Iron Wi
Well well well, everypony. Time for another new episode.
Maud Pie is one of those unique characters who shows so little emotion, yet manages to be extremely lovable. So of course I wanted to jump for joy when I found out that she was getting an episode early on in the season. And once again, Maud failed to disappoint. But what really made me happy was seeing how Starlight was unexpectedly integrated into the story. Looks like Starlight and Maud have actually crossed paths before, in a str
All in all, really not bad. It was just what I expected: Twitter and Spike watch Flurry Heart and things go wrong because we all know cartoon babies with magical powers are a real hassle to deal with. Not sure how Twilight could lose track of time like she did, though. Kinda out of character, if you ask me.
For me, some of the best humor actually came from the art gallery Cadance and Shining Armor visited. I liked how it poked fun at how downright strange (some might say "boring," too...)
I was planning on watching the streams live, but sadly I had to wait until I got family stuff out of the way, with Easter tomorrow. Finally watched a little bit ago though, and here are my thoughts:
Ok: how in the heck is Starlight ready to move on? In the name of Celestia (yes Celestia, you ARE an expression ;)) does Twilight have nothing left to teach her? Are we missing like another season (or two?) worth of Starlight episodes, because we did not see too