Pinkie Pie's long-waited episode:
I'll be expecting a lot of Heavy and Vicky jokes.
This episode was pretty decent. The babysitting nightmare episode, I think it's common enough to be a trope. Maybe it is a trope? Wouldn't know. Pinkie Pie was cute as always. I loved how the episode ended, and what I loved even more was the small part Twilight had. She totally deserved to be shoved outside after what she said :P
I was kinda hoping for a bigger Pinkie Pie song though (a lullaby perhaps), but I guess I'll just have to be happy with these short ones, which are kinda cute too.
I don’t like these kinds of plots. I don’t see the appeal in babysitting troubles taken to unrealistic levels for the sake of humor. Actually, I just don’t like babies, period.
[SPOILER]So, horns and wings are recessive, yet two whole cities are made up of almost nothing but them…
Yeah, not buying it.
The babies are totally Pebbles and Bam-Bam, only even more superpowered. Sure, real horses can run within hours after birth, and I can understand a “mana leak” of sorts with young unicorns, that they may unconsciously emit magic, but not control it.
But self-levitation and phasing? Unconscious or not, I could imagine it draining any adult other than Twilight and the princesses, the most magical beings in the show's mythos.
The other one… I said it already. Bam-Bam with wings.
I'm guessing everypony ever has those powers and learn to control their powers as they age. And once they have their cutie mark, they're limited.
Sorry for all the text.
Oh, and calling it despite the implausibility: Those two are main characters in G5. Them, the CMCs, and a sixth Earth foal, all grown up. And Twilight will be the new princess of dusk.
Last edited by Miar; 14th January 2012 at 09:59 PM.
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Last edited by Xerneas Herdier; 14th January 2012 at 10:29 PM.
Who is this git?
Baby Cakes was worth the wait, but not an episode I would watch over and over again.
Applejack: OK, this is just gettin' weird. Real me! Real me!
They've done a teen reaction to MLP, and it's poorly received, for a good reason:
Equestria Daily: Teens React To: My Little Pony
In retrospect, they didn't show them a whole episode, but I doubt a lot of them would be willing to watch it. Better to convince them than force them. I think there were a couple kids in the group who said they wanted to check it out afterwards, which is cool. I also liked the people who were indifferent towards it.
Troll on we shall. Brohooves for all.