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  1. From Twilight's "This! Is! TRIVIA TROT!" moment to Applejack dishonoring her family during the apple round, there were so many memeable moments in the show.
  2. I think certain elements either don't meaningfully contribute to the story or characters, or would just cause fandom wars, and would probs be better left to the fandom. Obvious prime example is ships (like Lyrabon or AppleDash). Since this show isn't really much for exploring romantic relationships (outside of Big Mac & Sugar Belle, or Bright Mac & Pear Butter), it's really just trivia and doesn't affect the main story. Really, though, I think it's just up to the creative team's best judgment. While I would have liked an explanation for, say, Cozy Glow's origins, what happened to
  3. How can I live with so many pony waifus and husbandos?!
  4. If you know me at all, you know that, while the Mane 6 and most of their close friends are the "mane" attraction, it's really the background ponies and side characters that are my favorite. The introduction of new and interesting characters all throughout the series just kept the whole world of MLP fresh and interesting, and provided the fandom with much-needed fanart of both popular and underappreciated ponies. There are honestly way too many to name so I'll just leave it at that. I've been a fan of this show since 2013, and while my interest in the show has kinda waned (mostly due to m
  5. Heh, I love it when they lampshade how useless Celestia and Luna have been throughout the series. I'm just messing...I love both of the princesses. XD
  6. It is kind of a weird stigma. I think it might have to do with the fact that fhe Transformers have broken into the mainstream older age groups, what with the big-budget movies, whereas MLP, despite having gone mainstream in its own little way, is still kinda niche and looked down on as "geeky" at best. It seems to be a kind of a double standard based on gender and societal roles, combined with the fact that MLP has cemented itself as a girly property in the mainstream consciousness (and admittedly, as good as G4 is, it's still pretty girly. No denying that). That's just the way the cookie crum
  7. While I agree with most people out there that the term "out-of-character" is kinda overused (especially since characters aren't perfect), I also think it is applicable in a lot of instances, usually when the character does something completely contrary to one of their core values or personality traits knowingly or without giving a second thought (think Fluttershy in Fake it 'Til You Make it). Or if they've been down a pretty consistent road of development only to have it completely ignored for most of an episode (like I mentioned, last season acceptance of people (creatures?) who are different
  8. Am I supposed to know what you are? (So wait, if there are no doors or windows, how did I get in here?)
  9. I kind of have to agree with this point (and the point about the writers seeming to "punish" Yona for trying to learn pony ways). I think the issue was that they took this to an extreme by making Yona actually think she had to be pony-like from the very beginning. Which, from a storytelling perspective, actually reinforces the moral, but made it more or less just another "don't feel pressured to fit in, be yourself" episode moral. I think the episode could have been more nuanced if it was merely about Yona wanting to learn pony traditions as, like you said, Pinkie did when she visited Yakyakis
  10. I haven't seen the episode yet, and I'm probably the only one who cares, but... OMG THIS BACKGROUND PONY IS BACK! (If you know me at all, you know this is like a prayer answered for me. XD It's like the show artists read my mind)
  11. I just realized how much MLP is one of those few shows where the side characters are actually more interesting than the main ones.

  12. This is a good point. The climactic realization in this episode seemed to pretty suspiciously echo the moral in the Season 4 premiere, with the main difference being that the physical Elements in this episode literally served no purpose in the second half. Honestly, I feel like the whole "you can take away the Elements but you can't take away our friendship" would have been a given by now; it was a bit surprising it took the Mane 6 until the end of the episode to use that against Sombra. But really I think that was my only gripe with this premiere. The show does seem to be pretty inconsis
  13. Glad to see Celestia and Luna being useful again. All jokes aside, I thought it was pretty cool that they brought in some reinforcements in the form of the Princesses, Discord and even Starswirl. No surprises here, but this was probably the highest stakes premiere in the whole show, what with friends and family being enslaved.
  14. Wow, this has got to be the most packed premiere in the history of the show.

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