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  1. Rarity in my nightmares:

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    1. Bas

      Bas

      Oh spike, you surely want to carry some clothings for me? Yes, yes!?

  2. Castle Sweet Castle still doesn’t get enough love!

  3. Favorite's also the best episode of the group: Sparkle's Seven. Dialogue's top-notch. Humor is perfect. Tone's perfect. How Spike won the challenge is hilarious and smart. As for my preference list (liked episodes in bold, "meh" in regular, disliked underlined): Sparkle's Seven Bloom & Gloom Luna Eclipsed On Your Marks Applebuck Season Rock Solid Friendship Daring Don't Fake It 'Til You Make It One Bad Apple
  4. Since I haven't listed the episodes, might as well. This was a lot harder than I thought. Liked episodes in bold, "meh" in regular, disliked underline. Castle Sweet Castle A Flurry of Emotions Uprooted Lesson Zero Maud Couple Castle Mane-ia The Ticket Master Too Many Pinkie Pies Gift of the Maud Pie
  5. Happy birthday, Cap’n Crunch! :D 

  6. I rank the Miami Dolphins a Tank/10. XP

    1. Sparklefan1234

      Sparklefan1234

      Well, they are fis- :mlp_icwudt:

      "Dolphins are mammals." :nom:

      Never mind. :twismile:

  7. The yucky, yellowish grass in the Oakland Coliseum is plain proof of how much multi-purpose stadiums just don't work. The A's need their own facility, and not one that's slowly failing.

  8. *whistle* Hey yo! Honorary yak with new review! Check review out in either link! :D

     

    1. Sparklefan1234

      Sparklefan1234

      ""HONORARY YAK" IS MUSKOX! YAK WASN'T BORN YAKSTERDAY!" :angry:

  9. Note: Credits go to I_Am_Number_6 on EQD, @Jerica, and @gingerninja666 for this review. Starlight Glimmer had one of the biggest arcs of the whole series. Debuting in The Cutie Map as Season 5’s top villain, Twilight successful convinced her to reform and change her ways. Rather than condemn her to Tartarus or exile, Twi elected to proactively teach her the Magic of Friendship. Even though she learned all the lessons academically in between To Where and Celestial Advice, she realized she wasn’t ready to lead once more. Throughout Season 7, confidence exuded out of her, showing more comfort in her opinions and ideals once again; Shadow Play and its creative genius helped Starlight show her intellectual bravery at its best, leading to her next chapter of her journey that began in Season 8. With A Horse Shoe-In, today’s chapter continues to near its final destination, and SG has (once again) a fantastic appearance. At the very beginning, viewers are reminded that she will become the next head of the School of Friendship once Twilight moves to Canterlot and replaces the Royal Sisters. However, Twilight’s reminder carries more in-verse weight than in Beginning. Spike issued Starlight’s promotion to Headmare via Royal Decree. As Princess of Friendship, she has the authority to announce it, especially to those she’s close to. More importantly, Twilight exercised this decree with a clear head. Back in BotE, Twilight was in the middle of a massive meltdown, so when she told her the news, she wasn’t prepared for what came next. Now she is. By telling her with a clear conscience, she put in a lot more thought into who’ll succeed her and (like before) trusts Starlight into making the right decisions. Ain't this heartwarming and cute?! Her trust for Starlight is reaffirmed in two other moments. In Act 1, Trixie reminded her that Twilight never did anything alone, including running the School of Friendship. As one of six teachers, they all took care of the students together. Because she had close friends helping her, Starlight told Twilight about her new idea: hiring a Vice Headmare to help alleviate the work. What does Twilight say? After blowing up in Trixie’s face, she and Twilight share a heart to heart in her classroom. During the interviewing process, Starlight really wanted someone she knew well to be Vice Headmare, but because Trixie didn’t take it so seriously the first two tries and then took it so seriously the last that she accidentally put her students in danger, she let her frustrations take over, yelled at Trixie over it, and angrily told her that she would never be VH. Twilight reminded her that, yes, she has friends to help her, but not every friend is right for the job you offer, and that she has to tell them immediately before it gets out of control. Now, is Starlight right to be upset with Trixie? Absolutely. Is Trixie a capable VH? Not at all. But Starlight isn’t fully innocent, either, as she ignored the signs from earlier, insulted her, belittled her worth, and put her friendship with Trixie at risk. Apologizing to her was the right move. As for Trixie herself, she showed aplenty to prove she wasn’t qualified beyond a blind flash beehive transfer. In Twilight’s classroom, she skipped a completely important history lecture on friendship, napped with everyone (with helpful tips from Gallus ), and didn't feel ashamed of it. Afterwards, she shouted at Grandpa Gruff and expelled him from the School of Friendship. Both of these showed extreme opposites of what she looked for. On one hand, she didn't care for the subject the students are learning. On the other, when push comes to shove, she cared maybe a little too much, rightfully defending a student’s reputation to a surrogate who gave little about him and losing her own temper rather than constructively using her anger to maintain her rep as substitute. That said, despite her neglect for studies, extreme measures, and lack of thought, Trixie's certainty she'll be hired is merited. What inspired Starlight to create this permanent position? Trixie’s reminder of Twilight’s friends helping her run the school. Rather than go away and wait for lunch, she followed Starlight, overheard the whole conversation, and assumed that Starlight will hire friends to help them like Princess Twilight. As a result, this whole interviewing process felt like a game to test her meddle, and she won't bite. Read this exchange from Act 2: In Starlight's mind, she wanted Trixie to really show she can lead a school and help the students learn, but she was way behind compared to Hooves and Octavia. However, Trixie assumes Starlight just wants to test her with one final step before letting the rest of the "competition," and the language from both of them is loose enough so you see where they come from while being unable to break through that communication barrier. And it was that barrier that caused Trixie to not take Starlight's anger seriously the first time, followed by confusion, and then hurt once she realized what Starlight wanted and after SG made her feel worthless. In addition to helping complete another chapter to the overall arc of Season 9, the episode carries a message of how nepotism can cause a system to become corrupt if left unchecked. Because she did so poorly, SG almost DQ'd her once and then told her very softly in their second interview she wouldn't hire her. But as a result of Trixie setting the expectation of being hired (and thus placing herself above Octavia, Hooves, Big Mac, and Spoiled), Starlight was caught in a major dilemma. How can she tell Trixie she's not qualified for the job? Regardless of her own temperament, how well will Trixie handle the disappointment? What if she finds out through someone else that she will lose the opportunity? Conversing with "Phyllis" (and protecting her from Trixie) and holding off the truth only added to her dilemma and increased her frustration. Fortunately, when the problems became too big to ignore, she put her foot down, and Twilight's "motherly" advice helped her even more. In addition to how your friends may not always be the best fit for a job, a nice, subtle secondary moral floated in the background, which @Jerica caught and told me about in my Discord convo with her. Out of the five interviewees, Octavia Melody was easily the most qualified. During the substitution, she easily had the most fun while taking part in Laughter class. As she instructed her students to play their instruments, Pinkie Pie suddenly played the yovidaphone loudly behind them. Did anyone get upset? Nope. They continued playing and had a blast playing their favorite instruments no matter how good they were. And, yes, they all laughed. Hard. In her one-on-one interview with Ocellus's parents, she understood her knowledge of music, praised her student for quickly improving in her work, and got along incredibly well. While in the same Bridleway Theatre as the special playing of Hinny of the Hills back in Season 4, her students sat in their seats as Octavia prepared. Initially, Gallus was bored as hell. Then the lights went out. Out came Vinyl. And they began to play an exciting remix of classical music to everycreature's delight (great callback to their remix and friendship from Slice of Life ). Octavia understands that not everyone's tastes are the same, but she knew how to loosen her hair and create joy to those who wish for it. Yet at the end, she turned down the job. Why? Fear she'll lose her time for music. Even though she's so good in those interviews, music's her passion, and she doesn't want to give it up. Sadly, you sometimes have to choose, which isn't easy. Bittersweet it may be, watching her tell Starlight she would love to accept the offer but decline would add a major gut-punch to the episode and add some real, down-to-earth weight to this episode. What would also add weight would be to see Gallus tell Trixie how much he appreciated her passionate defense of him to Grandpa Gruff. Most ponies won't have the guts to tell off the temperamental griffon like that, including Starlight. No matter how narcissistic Trixie can be, she knows her limits and cares for at least her students' psychological health. Apathy for his guardian's growth and openly belittling him while he was already down were massive signs of disrespect towards her and her students, and she showed Gruff he hasn't earned her respect in return. If there's a scene showing Gallus thanking Trixie for defending him, it'll show both some chemistry between them and how her presence matters. Containing it off-screen softens the impact, but his off-screen gratitude meant she has some a place in the school after all. With the changing of the guard approaching, the School Counselor spot needed to be filled, and Trixie more than showed she qualifies. As clichéd as this sequence can be this season, adding a montage would really help Sunburst show his credentials. In the climax, she hired him after Trixie contacted him via scroll, a passionate interview, and admission of not having to take much care of Flurry Heart anymore. If we see him have a world of fun teaching his students in one of his classes, conversing pleasantly with the students' parents, and then go on a very fun field trip together (maybe to The Crystal Empire to greet Mistmane, Cadance, and Flurry Heart), then you can really sell his passion for teaching. Having her hire him in a quick, expository flash-forward makes the resolution feel a little rushed. Nothing close to ruining it, but makes his hiring as Vice Headmare tough to sell. To end this review on a high note: This episode does a fantastic job reintroducing the Vice Headmare occupation without contradicting continuity, a point brought up by I_Am_Number_6 on EQD. Back in A Matter of Principals, she hires Discord for the same position after she lost her temper and ruined the buckball field, but he loses his job instantly after the RM6 returned from their "friendship quest." Here, she went through the process with a lot more care and thought, especially since Twilight's soon leaving for Canterlot. In addition to in-episode growth, Starlight shows continual growth, too. Back in No Second Prances (her first self-contained episode post reformation), she forces Big Mac to talk against his will. Here, she understands not everyone's so comfortable to talk and won't force him to do a job he feels he can't. Thank @gingerninja666 and his friend for pointing it out. Also… BAD idea, Whooves! What a big, pleasant surprise to see a brand-new writer take on FIM this late in its running! Ariel Shepherd-Oppenhein did a splendid job in her Pony debut and executed a very solid, very good episode, one that may be Starlight's last once it's all finished.
  10. Note: Credits go to I_Am_Number_6 on EQD, @Jerica, and @gingerninja666 for this review. Starlight Glimmer had one of the biggest arcs of the whole series. Debuting in The Cutie Map as Season 5’s top villain, Twilight successful convinced her to reform and change her ways. Rather than condemn her to Tartarus or exile, Twi elected to proactively teach her the Magic of Friendship. Even though she learned all the lessons academically in between To Where and Celestial Advice, she realized she wasn’t ready to lead once more. Throughout Season 7, confidence exuded out of her, showing more comfort in her opinions and ideals once again; Shadow Play and its creative genius helped Starlight show her intellectual bravery at its best, leading to her next chapter of her journey that began in Season 8. With A Horse Shoe-In, today’s chapter continues to near its final destination, and SG has (once again) a fantastic appearance. At the very beginning, viewers are reminded that she will become the next head of the School of Friendship once Twilight moves to Canterlot and replaces the Royal Sisters. However, Twilight’s reminder carries more in-verse weight than in Beginning. Spike issued Starlight’s promotion to Headmare via Royal Decree. As Princess of Friendship, she has the authority to announce it, especially to those she’s close to. More importantly, Twilight exercised this decree with a clear head. Back in BotE, Twilight was in the middle of a massive meltdown, so when she told her the news, she wasn’t prepared for what came next. Now she is. By telling her with a clear conscience, she put in a lot more thought into who’ll succeed her and (like before) trusts Starlight into making the right decisions. Ain't this heartwarming and cute?! Her trust for Starlight is reaffirmed in two other moments. In Act 1, Trixie reminded her that Twilight never did anything alone, including running the School of Friendship. As one of six teachers, they all took care of the students together. Because she had close friends helping her, Starlight told Twilight about her new idea: hiring a Vice Headmare to help alleviate the work. What does Twilight say? After blowing up in Trixie’s face, she and Twilight share a heart to heart in her classroom. During the interviewing process, Starlight really wanted someone she knew well to be Vice Headmare, but because Trixie didn’t take it so seriously the first two tries and then took it so seriously the last that she accidentally put her students in danger, she let her frustrations take over, yelled at Trixie over it, and angrily told her that she would never be VH. Twilight reminded her that, yes, she has friends to help her, but not every friend is right for the job you offer, and that she has to tell them immediately before it gets out of control. Now, is Starlight right to be upset with Trixie? Absolutely. Is Trixie a capable VH? Not at all. But Starlight isn’t fully innocent, either, as she ignored the signs from earlier, insulted her, belittled her worth, and put her friendship with Trixie at risk. Apologizing to her was the right move. As for Trixie herself, she showed aplenty to prove she wasn’t qualified beyond a blind flash beehive transfer. In Twilight’s classroom, she skipped a completely important history lecture on friendship, napped with everyone (with helpful tips from Gallus ), and didn't feel ashamed of it. Afterwards, she shouted at Grandpa Gruff and expelled him from the School of Friendship. Both of these showed extreme opposites of what she looked for. On one hand, she didn't care for the subject the students are learning. On the other, when push comes to shove, she cared maybe a little too much, rightfully defending a student’s reputation to a surrogate who gave little about him and losing her own temper rather than constructively using her anger to maintain her rep as substitute. That said, despite her neglect for studies, extreme measures, and lack of thought, Trixie's certainty she'll be hired is merited. What inspired Starlight to create this permanent position? Trixie’s reminder of Twilight’s friends helping her run the school. Rather than go away and wait for lunch, she followed Starlight, overheard the whole conversation, and assumed that Starlight will hire friends to help them like Princess Twilight. As a result, this whole interviewing process felt like a game to test her meddle, and she won't bite. Read this exchange from Act 2: In Starlight's mind, she wanted Trixie to really show she can lead a school and help the students learn, but she was way behind compared to Hooves and Octavia. However, Trixie assumes Starlight just wants to test her with one final step before letting the rest of the "competition," and the language from both of them is loose enough so you see where they come from while being unable to break through that communication barrier. And it was that barrier that caused Trixie to not take Starlight's anger seriously the first time, followed by confusion, and then hurt once she realized what Starlight wanted and after SG made her feel worthless. In addition to helping complete another chapter to the overall arc of Season 9, the episode carries a message of how nepotism can cause a system to become corrupt if left unchecked. Because she did so poorly, SG almost DQ'd her once and then told her very softly in their second interview she wouldn't hire her. But as a result of Trixie setting the expectation of being hired (and thus placing herself above Octavia, Hooves, Big Mac, and Spoiled), Starlight was caught in a major dilemma. How can she tell Trixie she's not qualified for the job? Regardless of her own temperament, how well will Trixie handle the disappointment? What if she finds out through someone else that she will lose the opportunity? Conversing with "Phyllis" (and protecting her from Trixie) and holding off the truth only added to her dilemma and increased her frustration. Fortunately, when the problems became too big to ignore, she put her foot down, and Twilight's "motherly" advice helped her even more. In addition to how your friends may not always be the best fit for a job, a nice, subtle secondary moral floated in the background, which @Jerica caught and told me about in my Discord convo with her. Out of the five interviewees, Octavia Melody was easily the most qualified. During the substitution, she easily had the most fun while taking part in Laughter class. As she instructed her students to play their instruments, Pinkie Pie suddenly played the yovidaphone loudly behind them. Did anyone get upset? Nope. They continued playing and had a blast playing their favorite instruments no matter how good they were. And, yes, they all laughed. Hard. In her one-on-one interview with Ocellus's parents, she understood her knowledge of music, praised her student for quickly improving in her work, and got along incredibly well. While in the same Bridleway Theatre as the special playing of Hinny of the Hills back in Season 4, her students sat in their seats as Octavia prepared. Initially, Gallus was bored as hell. Then the lights went out. Out came Vinyl. And they began to play an exciting remix of classical music to everycreature's delight (great callback to their remix and friendship from Slice of Life ). Octavia understands that not everyone's tastes are the same, but she knew how to loosen her hair and create joy to those who wish for it. Yet at the end, she turned down the job. Why? Fear she'll lose her time for music. Even though she's so good in those interviews, music's her passion, and she doesn't want to give it up. Sadly, you sometimes have to choose, which isn't easy. Bittersweet it may be, watching her tell Starlight she would love to accept the offer but decline would add a major gut-punch to the episode and add some real, down-to-earth weight to this episode. What would also add weight would be to see Gallus tell Trixie how much he appreciated her passionate defense of him to Grandpa Gruff. Most ponies won't have the guts to tell off the temperamental griffon like that, including Starlight. No matter how narcissistic Trixie can be, she knows her limits and cares for at least her students' psychological health. Apathy for his guardian's growth and openly belittling him while he was already down were massive signs of disrespect towards her and her students, and she showed Gruff he hasn't earned her respect in return. If there's a scene showing Gallus thanking Trixie for defending him, it'll show both some chemistry between them and how her presence matters. Containing it off-screen softens the impact, but his off-screen gratitude meant she has some a place in the school after all. With the changing of the guard approaching, the School Counselor spot needed to be filled, and Trixie more than showed she qualifies. As clichéd as this sequence can be this season, adding a montage would really help Sunburst show his credentials. In the climax, she hired him after Trixie contacted him via scroll, a passionate interview, and admission of not having to take much care of Flurry Heart anymore. If we see him have a world of fun teaching his students in one of his classes, conversing pleasantly with the students' parents, and then go on a very fun field trip together (maybe to The Crystal Empire to greet Mistmane, Cadance, and Flurry Heart), then you can really sell his passion for teaching. Having her hire him in a quick, expository flash-forward makes the resolution feel a little rushed. Nothing close to ruining it, but makes his hiring as Vice Headmare tough to sell. To end this review on a high note: This episode does a fantastic job reintroducing the Vice Headmare occupation without contradicting continuity, a point brought up by I_Am_Number_6 on EQD. Back in A Matter of Principals, she hires Discord for the same position after she lost her temper and ruined the buckball field, but he loses his job instantly after the RM6 returned from their "friendship quest." Here, she went through the process with a lot more care and thought, especially since Twilight's soon leaving for Canterlot. In addition to in-episode growth, Starlight shows continual growth, too. Back in No Second Prances (her first self-contained episode post reformation), she forces Big Mac to talk against his will. Here, she understands not everyone's so comfortable to talk and won't force him to do a job he feels he can't. Thank @gingerninja666 and his friend for pointing it out. Also… BAD idea, Whooves! What a big, pleasant surprise to see a brand-new writer take on FIM this late in its running! Ariel Shepherd-Oppenhein did a splendid job in her Pony debut and executed a very solid, very good episode, one that may be Starlight's last once it's all finished.
  11. Review for A Horse Shoe-In almost complete. Will proofread it tomorrow and then publish.

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    2. Sparklefan1234
    3. Lambdadelta

      Lambdadelta

      I hope plant abuse and repetitive WINKs will be addressed.:lostit:

    4. Bas

      Bas

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      Will hoofread it tomorrow and then publish.

      FTFY.

  12. Happy birthday, Flare! :D

    1. FlareGun45

      FlareGun45

      You too! Thanks, buddy, I appreciate it! :D 

  13. Lesson Zero's the best of the bunch of third episodes, but my favorite's Castle Sweet Castle. The humor, sentimentality, Spike and Twilight's chemistry, theme of what home is to someone, and moral are all very well done, and the resolution's a very heartwarming cherry on top.
  14. Los Dos Mojos remains one of the most hysterical PPG episodes. XD

     

    1. Sparklefan1234

      Sparklefan1234

      Why was Tommy Pickles beating up a monkey? :P

    2. Them's Seeing Ponies

      Them's Seeing Ponies

      The rapid-fire trifecta of gags beginning around 1:30 absolutely kills me every time: the absurdity of Bubbles' impersonation of Mojo, followed by Mojo's blatant self-contradiction (Roger Jackson's line delivery is hilarious) and finally Buttercup capping off the awkwardness via the fast cut of her punching Mojo in the exact same way as before. And that's not even referencing "no, really, do you think?". It's essentially a quintessential example of the surprisingly slyness of Craig McCracken's comedy: it mines relatively simple conceits for jokes, yet augments them with amusing new angles and hilarious meta dialogue, which generates a uniquely 'charming' aesthetic. 

  15. Depression shows no mercy; it wants to tug you more and more. I wish it on nobody, and it's heartbreaking to see it in action. I'm really sorry, and I hope you're getting the help you need. Since I never had depression, it's uncomfortable for me to give any advice. But I think there may be something a little helpful in your battle. Two years ago, a fan suffering from depression asked Rick & Morty co-creator Dan Harmon for advice, and he gave a beautiful response. Check it out once you have the time: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/dan-harmon-tweet-depression-advice_n_5a215534e4b03c44072ced2f
  16. In New York City, the temperature begins to break just before the Autumn Equinox, usually early September. In the beginning, there’s plenty of risk for sunburn, but once it crosses into October, it really cools down. Come November, the temperature’s regularly in the 60s or 50s, so it’s time to grab an autumn coat. Sundown becomes noticeably early. Now sunset is around 7pm, and it will only drop closer to 6 as you creep towards Halloween. When Daylight Savings time ends in November, you really see the days turn dark early, sometimes to 4:30 when the Winter Solstice arrives. Leaves begin to turn around the Equinox. Right now, I’m seeing a spattering of yellow leaves hanging in the trees. The color will change for others, ranging from red to orange. They tend to stop around Thanksgiving.
  17. Rewatching the episode, ‘cause I honestly found Trixie’s arrogance in the hiring process a little too overbearing (something that hadn’t happened before).
  18. Trixie was indeed incompetent in her opportunity to become vice headmare, but Starlight should’ve handled it far better. She yelled at her, was passive aggressive toward her, and let frustration get to her. Rather than tell her right away she wasn’t fit, she let it go, helped worsen the process, and insulted Trixie. Starlight was right to apologize to her.
  19. “I’m talking about time travel!” Starlight’s grimace afterwards is really funny. XD
  20. The worst answer from last night’s debate comes from Biden towards the end after being asked about America’s legacy of slavery. Here is the transcript for those who don’t wanna watch the clip.

  21. I don’t fully know the best way regardless of legalities, but if you want to see it the legal way, I have a couple of options: The first half and second half (ongoing) of Season 9 are on iTunes. The half-season pass for each is $30 in HD ($20 in SD). The first half is Volume 16, the second half Volume 17. Google Play also split the two halves, and each half (13 episodes) is $7.99. That said, I’m not sure how watching it through Google Play works.
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    1. Sparklefan1234

      Sparklefan1234

      Thank You "The Richest Duck in the World" for my new favorite Della Duck avatar! :love:

    2. Sparklefan1234

      Sparklefan1234

      @Dark Qiviut Louie's favorite video game...

       

      Louie D's Mansion. :mlp_smug:

  23. Hope things are going well for ya! Happy birthday! :D

  24.  I haven’t talked much about Shadow War, the season 1 finale. There’s a big reason why.

    This episode is good, but it could’ve been better. Is it as good as Last Crash or even Woo-oo? No. The episode doesn’t have the polish that many episodes from both 1 and 2 in dialogue and humor (plenty of it was way too gross to stomach), but the story was well-paced.

    But there’s one awful moment that helps soil the story quite a bit. During Magica’s attack, he took the reign and told everyone how they all must help rescue Scrooge, but no one got it because his voice is so garbled, and the bros got too cute in replying. Donald got into a fit of rage against Dewey and chased him, only to be corralled and have a voice box swallowed down his throat. The fact that he threatened one of his children regardless of circumstances is EXTREMELY OOC of Donald, who’s been portrayed as overprotective but caring. The fact that he was going to hurt Dewey crosses a massive line, and that contrived chase heavily contributed to the plot, so the overall episode quality sinks drastically

    The Shadow War is good, but very overrated. The best grade I can give it is a B, and no higher. In fact, I might give it a B-, but I will have to watch it again and think about it more.

    1. Sparklefan1234

      Sparklefan1234

      I watched both "Shadow War" & "Moonvasion" to compare them & 

      I enjoyed "Moonvasion" more because it felt more threatening. 

       

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       The fact that he threatened one of his children regardless of circumstances is EXTREMELY OOC of Donald, who’s been portrayed as overprotective but caring. 

       

      He's also Donald Duck, a character who has had a hair-trigger temper for most of his 85 years of existance. 

  25. Just watched Ducktales’ Moonvasion OnDemand! Not gonna spoil much, except one thing:

    Spoiler

    I’m very satisfied by it, and then some. And recall me bashing GlomTales (episode is at least an F, possibly F-)? The bonding between Della and Louie feels more organic and not two sides, especially Della, acting spiteful.

     

    1. TheAnimationFanatic

      TheAnimationFanatic

      Fantastic end to a fantastic season.

    2. Sparklefan1234

      Sparklefan1234

      @Dark Qiviut @TheAnimationFanatic

       

      Spoiler

      Della and Louie singing the moon lullaby. :kindness:

      Castaway Donald & the "surprise cameo" were the funniest things I've seen all season! :laugh:

      I also LOVE that they remembered that Darkwing DOES NOT LIKE Gizmoduck.

      A great DWD callback :squee: