If any of you read my previous Fluttershy Bio, you’d know it wasn’t very good. So since I did a terrible job on it I redid it and the new version is now up for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
I really liked this episode. Since it is one of the earliest episodes, I haven’t seen it in a while, but I was not disappointed. Now that I’ve seen it again, this time understanding the characters better, I can say “Applebuck Season” is up there for one of my favorite episodes. What I find makes the episode good is just how Applejack acts while she is tired. She starts acting like Pinkie Pie! I find that the only thing missing from this episode is a good song and maybe more Rarity but I guess that’s my own bias opinion. Read the rest of this entry »
“Applebuck Season” begins with Applejack and Big Macintosh looking over the fields of apple trees that need to be harvested. Unfortunately Big Macintosh is injured and can’t help this year but Applejack says she’ll do it by herself. Big Macintosh protests (Yes, he actually speaks more than two words!) saying that there are way too much trees for just one pony but his protests fall on deaf ears. Read the rest of this entry »
“The Ticket Master” was a pretty good episode. The topic is a bit cliché, but come on what TV show hasn’t done the friends fighting over an extra something that you have. Just yesterday I watched two shows back-to-back that had the topic. Although the topic was an overused one, the episode was still enjoyable to watch. I felt that during the episode every character’s personality was portrayed to a full extent at one time or another. One thing that bugged me besides the cliché topic was the songs. I have never been a big fan of the songs in the episode. Read the rest of this entry »
“The Ticket Master” begins with Twilight Sparkle and Applejack carrying baskets full of apples. As they head to Sweet Apple Acres, Twilight receives a letter from Princess Celestia. Inside the letter are two tickets to the Grand Galloping Gala. Applejack then asks Twilight if she could have the other ticket so that she can sell apple products at the Gala and make money for her family. Before Twilight is able to give the ticket to her however, Rainbow Dash flies in after overhearing them. Read the rest of this entry »
Sorry that this is late but I had a busy day yesterday and was hardly able to get the summary up. Not like anyone is reading this.
This episode is pretty well-rounded with every part being about the same in quality. Because of this my favorite and least favorite part were very hard to choose and the character awards were almost impossible. The episode was pretty good overall and it had tons of foreshadowing. And I mean Tons. About every two seconds they were foreshadowing each pony’s Element of Harmony. By the time they reached the Elements of Harmony the only Element that was left a mystery was Twilight Sparkle’s Element of Magic. Read the rest of this entry »
“Elements of Harmony” starts of where “The Mare in the Moon” left off, Nightmare Moon plunging Equestria into eternal darkness. Nightmare Moon escapes before anyone is able to catch her in a purple cloud. Quickly, Twilight Sparkle rushes home in order to find out more about the Elements of Harmony. While looking she is joined by Rainbow Dash, Applejack, Rarity, Fluttershy, and Pinkie Pie. They ask what she is doing and Twilight explains that she is looking for a book on the Elements of Harmony which will help defeat Nightmare Moon. Pinkie Pie quickly finds the book in the “E” section (only Twilight wouldn’t check there first). What the book tells them is that they will find the Elements of Harmony deep in the Everfree Forest, a mysterious, magical, evil forest. Read the rest of this entry »