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10th Dec '17 1:01:05 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** [=Shamrock95=]: Put quite simply, this episode has the most glaring and blatant use of the IdiotBall that I have seen not just in this show, but in any other show. Twilight and her friends discover that Starswirl the Bearded and the other Pillars of Equestria sealed themselves in Limbo a thousand years ago in order to imprison the Pony of Shadows, and that there is a way to bring the Pillars back from Limbo. Now, given how intelligent and analytical Twilight is, you would expect her to pick up on the possibility that they may end up also releasing the Pony of Shadows if they release the Pillars, and at the very least try and set up a failsafe. But no—Twilight is so blinded by her Starswirl fangirl side that she decides to go ahead and release them with no regard for the consequences. [[SarcasmMode Surprise surprise]], the Pony of Shadows is released, because Twilight—who is supposed to be the smart, intelligent, rational member of the Mane 6—was apparently too stupid and shortsighted to see that coming. This was enough to make me turn away from this episode in disgust, as it is a simply unforgivable case of CharacterDerailment and the very essence of an IdiotPlot. I can honestly say that I was immensely disappointed, and now consider this to be the show's nadir.\\

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** [=Shamrock95=]: Put quite simply, this episode has the most glaring and blatant use of the IdiotBall that I have seen not just in this show, but in any other show. Twilight and her friends discover that Starswirl the Bearded and the other Pillars of Equestria sealed themselves in Limbo a thousand years ago in order to imprison the Pony of Shadows, and that there is a way to bring the Pillars back from Limbo. Now, given how intelligent and analytical Twilight is, you would expect her to pick up on the possibility that they may end up also releasing the Pony of Shadows if they release the Pillars, and at the very least try and set up a failsafe. But no—Twilight is so blinded by her Starswirl fangirl side that she decides to go ahead and release them with no regard for the consequences. [[SarcasmMode Surprise surprise]], the Pony of Shadows is released, because Twilight—who is supposed to be the smart, intelligent, rational member of the Mane 6—was apparently too stupid and shortsighted to see that coming. This was enough to make me turn away from this episode in disgust, as it is a simply unforgivable case of CharacterDerailment and the very essence of an IdiotPlot. I can honestly say that I was immensely disappointed, and now consider this to be the show's nadir.\\
4th Dec '17 11:50:42 AM Shamrock95
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* [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E25ShadowPlayPart1 Shadow Play, Part 1]]
** [=Shamrock95=]: Put quite simply, this episode has the most glaring and blatant use of the IdiotBall that I have seen not just in this show, but in any other show. Twilight and her friends discover that Starswirl the Bearded and the other Pillars of Equestria sealed themselves in Limbo a thousand years ago in order to imprison the Pony of Shadows, and that there is a way to bring the Pillars back from Limbo. Now, given how intelligent and analytical Twilight is, you would expect her to pick up on the possibility that they may end up also releasing the Pony of Shadows if they release the Pillars, and at the very least try and set up a failsafe. But no—Twilight is so blinded by her Starswirl fangirl side that she decides to go ahead and release them with no regard for the consequences. [[SarcasmMode Surprise surprise]], the Pony of Shadows is released, because Twilight—who is supposed to be the smart, intelligent, rational member of the Mane 6—was apparently too stupid and shortsighted to see that coming. This was enough to make me turn away from this episode in disgust, as it is a simply unforgivable case of CharacterDerailment and the very essence of an IdiotPlot. I can honestly say that I was immensely disappointed, and now consider this to be the show's nadir.\\
23rd Nov '17 1:04:07 PM Ferigeras
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** Tropers/{{Ferigeras}}: Now don't get me wrong, as a whole I really liked this finale. I liked the timelines that were showcased (even if they were blatant and annoying FanficFuel), all the cameos of older villains (Although I would have really loved to see more of Tirek) and I kinda liked the ending. But it has one critical moment I really despise, and something that in retrospect makes some of the earlier episodes hard to watch. What I consider to be this show's [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck Dethroning Moment]] is how Rainbow Dash failing to perform her first Sonic Rainboom was this critical to this plot, and what would have happened to Equestria as an effect. Now I do like the fact that they touched on an early episode the way they did, but what really bothered me was the fact that it's this SINGLE event that the ''entirety of Equestria'' somehow depended on... I just can't get behind that. Now the finale did attempt to show how [[AnAesop even the most minor actions can have the biggest changes]], but this was simply exaggerating it in the worst way possible. I mean sure, back in "The Cutie Mark Chronicles" they did show how this event linked the Mane 6 together, but for that friendship to mean everything for the fate of Equestria as a whole is almost incomprehensible. Like seriously, according to this finale, if the Manes 6 weren't... the Mane 6, all those villains we have seen would have succeeded and all of Equestria would have been devastated in one way or another, which can easily be qualified as the single stupidest case of EvilOnlyHasToWinOnce ever. And let's not forget how it basically implies that the Mane 6 in general are the ''only'' things capable of keeping Equestria peaceful. If that was the case, how the hell did Equestria even last this long under such circumstances?

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** Tropers/{{Ferigeras}}: Now don't get me wrong, as a whole For the most part I really liked was alright with this finale. I liked did kind of enjoy the timelines that were showcased (even if they were blatant FanficFuel) and annoying FanficFuel), especially all the cameos of older the previous villains (Although I would have really loved to see more of Tirek) and I kinda liked the ending.Tirek). But it has one critical moment I really despise, and something that in retrospect makes some of the earlier episodes hard to watch. What I consider to be this show's [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck Dethroning Moment]] is how Rainbow Dash failing to perform her first Sonic Rainboom was this critical to this plot, and what would have happened to Equestria as an effect. Now I do like respect the fact that they touched on an early episode the way they did, but what really bothered me was the fact that it's this SINGLE event that the ''entirety of Equestria'' somehow depended on... I just can't get behind that. Now the finale To be fair, they did attempt to show how [[AnAesop even the most minor actions can have the biggest changes]], explain this as being some kind of "Butterfly Effect", but this was simply just exaggerating it in the worst way possible. I mean sure, back in "The Cutie Mark Chronicles" they did show showed how this event linked the Mane 6 together, but for that one friendship to mean everything for the fate of Equestria as a whole is almost incomprehensible. Like seriously, incomprehensible... and no, them being the "Elements of Harmony" is simply no excuse as there could have easily been other ponies with similiar devotions if something like this were ever to happen. But really now, according to this finale, if the Manes Mane 6 weren't... the Mane 6, all those villains we have seen would have succeeded in their schemes and all of Equestria would have been devastated in one way or another, which can easily be qualified as one of the single stupidest case most contrived and stupid cases of EvilOnlyHasToWinOnce ever. And let's not forget how it basically implies that the Mane 6 in general are the ''only'' things capable of keeping Equestria peaceful. If that was the case, how the hell did Equestria even last this long under such circumstances?
14th Nov '17 12:16:12 AM rjd1922
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** Tropers/{{Ferigeras}}: Now don't get me wrong, as a whole I really liked this finale. I liked the timelines that were showcased (even if they were blatant and annoying FanficFuel), all the cameos of older villains (Although I would have really loved to see more of Tirek) and I kinda liked the ending. But it has one critical moment I really despise, and something that in retrospect makes some of the earlier episodes hard to watch. What I consider to be this show's [[DethroningMomentOfSuck Dethroning Moment]] is how Rainbow Dash failing to perform her first Sonic Rainboom was this critical to this plot, and what would have happened to Equestria as an effect. Now I do like the fact that they touched on an early episode the way they did, but what really bothered me was the fact that it's this SINGLE event that the ''entirety of Equestria'' somehow depended on... I just can't get behind that. Now the finale did attempt to show how [[AnAesop even the most minor actions can have the biggest changes]], but this was simply exaggerating it in the worst way possible. I mean sure, back in "The Cutie Mark Chronicles" they did show how this event linked the Mane 6 together, but for that friendship to mean everything for the fate of Equestria as a whole is almost incomprehensible. Like seriously, according to this finale, if the Manes 6 weren't... the Mane 6, all those villains we have seen would have succeeded and all of Equestria would have been devastated in one way or another, which can easily be qualified as the single stupidest case of EvilOnlyHasToWinOnce ever. And let's not forget how it basically implies that the Mane 6 in general are the ''only'' things capable of keeping Equestria peaceful. If that was the case, how the hell did Equestria even last this long under such circumstances?

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** Tropers/{{Ferigeras}}: Now don't get me wrong, as a whole I really liked this finale. I liked the timelines that were showcased (even if they were blatant and annoying FanficFuel), all the cameos of older villains (Although I would have really loved to see more of Tirek) and I kinda liked the ending. But it has one critical moment I really despise, and something that in retrospect makes some of the earlier episodes hard to watch. What I consider to be this show's [[DethroningMomentOfSuck [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck Dethroning Moment]] is how Rainbow Dash failing to perform her first Sonic Rainboom was this critical to this plot, and what would have happened to Equestria as an effect. Now I do like the fact that they touched on an early episode the way they did, but what really bothered me was the fact that it's this SINGLE event that the ''entirety of Equestria'' somehow depended on... I just can't get behind that. Now the finale did attempt to show how [[AnAesop even the most minor actions can have the biggest changes]], but this was simply exaggerating it in the worst way possible. I mean sure, back in "The Cutie Mark Chronicles" they did show how this event linked the Mane 6 together, but for that friendship to mean everything for the fate of Equestria as a whole is almost incomprehensible. Like seriously, according to this finale, if the Manes 6 weren't... the Mane 6, all those villains we have seen would have succeeded and all of Equestria would have been devastated in one way or another, which can easily be qualified as the single stupidest case of EvilOnlyHasToWinOnce ever. And let's not forget how it basically implies that the Mane 6 in general are the ''only'' things capable of keeping Equestria peaceful. If that was the case, how the hell did Equestria even last this long under such circumstances?
7th Nov '17 9:42:21 PM TommyTiger
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** Cdv4: Warning, contravercial opinion coming up! oh boy, this one is absolute garbage. I have never seen a full episode of this show (without someone practically strapping me to a chair and making me watch this show) but I have heard of this episode and how it is downright offensive (warning, massive rant incoming!) all of this is because of 12 words; "this all could've been avoided if you had just talked to me". In the context of this plot, this means that any and all bullying situations end instantly if you talk to an adult. Question writers, did you ever think of the times when adults did not do anything to help out the situation, or worse, made the situation worse by not believing you, or being on the bully's side. Sometimes letting an adult know about bullying can actually sometimes make things worse for you if you don't do anything except trying to let adults handle this situation. I honestly can't give this show too much hate for this though, some may say, and that no show has ever done bullying perfectly right, But this is the worst examples of bullying as a topic in a show I've ever seen. For me, this is one topic that should not be touched by most shows, unless they can do other heavy topics well. Seeing this page, I don't think this show was quite ready to pull this off. The worst part for me though is how it treats standing up to a bully makes you a bully. This is so not true that it is absolutely insane to the point that I question is the writers have ever been in or seen a real bullying situation. In some cases, yes, it does make things worse, but showing a bully that you are not afraid of them is a brave thing to do. Doing this can make some bullies see that you aren't worth the effort to bully and move on to (as hard as it is for me to say this) another victim. Now for the big question that you all may be wondering; what is the perfect solution to ending bullying? I personally think that there is no two bullying situations that are alike, and no 2 answers are perfect either. While I do agree that letting an adult know about the bullying situation can be an important step, it is not the perfect answer for any situation. If the writers got into a bullying situation, they must have just told an adult and everything was perfect for them. Spoiler alert writers, that is not how every bullying situation will end! Thanks for sitting through this rant and f-ck that line.

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** Cdv4: Warning, contravercial controversial opinion coming up! oh Oh boy, this one is absolute garbage. I have never seen a full episode of this show (without someone practically strapping me to a chair and making me watch this show) but I have heard of this episode and how it is downright offensive (warning, massive rant incoming!) all of this is because of 12 words; "this all could've been avoided if you had just talked to me". In the context of this plot, this means that any and all bullying situations end instantly if you talk to an adult. Question writers, did you ever think of the times when adults did not do anything to help out the situation, or worse, made the situation worse by not believing you, or being on the bully's side. Sometimes letting an adult know about bullying can actually sometimes make things worse for you if you don't do anything except trying to let adults handle this situation. I honestly can't give this show too much hate for this though, some may say, and that no show has ever done bullying perfectly right, But this is the worst examples of bullying as a topic in a show I've ever seen. For me, this is one topic that should not be touched by most shows, unless they can do other heavy topics well. Seeing this page, I don't think this show was quite ready to pull this off. The worst part for me though is how it treats standing up to a bully makes you a bully. This is so not true that it is absolutely insane to the point that I question is the writers have ever been in or seen a real bullying situation. In some cases, yes, it does make things worse, but showing a bully that you are not afraid of them is a brave thing to do. Doing this can make some bullies see that you aren't worth the effort to bully and move on to (as hard as it is for me to say this) another victim. Now for the big question that you all may be wondering; what is the perfect solution to ending bullying? I personally think that there is no two bullying situations that are alike, and no 2 answers are perfect either. While I do agree that letting an adult know about the bullying situation can be an important step, it is not the perfect answer for any situation. If the writers got into a bullying situation, they must have just told an adult and everything was perfect for them. Spoiler alert writers, that is not how every bullying situation will end! Thanks for sitting through this rant and f-ck that line.



** TheCastawayPariah: The way this episode treated Pinkie is disgusting. Trixie doesn't return her mouth even though she restored everyone else and no one protests this, and on top of that the episode acts like everything's okay at the end even though Pinkie STILL hasn't been cured. It spat in the face of both Pinkie and what the show is supposed to be about. Even though Pinkie helped get her sorry flank back into Ponyville, Twilight doesn't care enough to put her mouth back on at the earliest opportunity. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for the magic of friendship!]] The fact that Trixie comes back again later on in the show and is portrayed sympathetically doesn't help either and completely put me off from watching the show any longer. I would very much like to see some interaction between Trixie and Pinkie. And better yet, maybe even an episode where Pinkie pays Trixie back in a similar way with her fourth wall-breaking powers. Seriously, you cannot have it that a character's problem is casually swept under the rug and then still pretend that this show promotes good messages about friendship. So good-fucking-bye, MLP. I am officially done with you. Time to go watch [[GravityFalls other]] [[StevenUniverse cartoons]] that had some actual thought put into them. Hope the cheap fourth wall gag was worth it, you shitty hack writers.

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** TheCastawayPariah: The way this episode treated Pinkie is disgusting. Trixie doesn't return her mouth even though she restored everyone else and no one protests this, and on top of that the episode acts like everything's okay at the end end, even though Pinkie STILL hasn't been cured. It spat in the face of both Pinkie and what the show is supposed to be about. Even though Pinkie helped get her sorry flank back into Ponyville, Twilight doesn't care enough to put her mouth back on at the earliest opportunity. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for the magic of friendship!]] The fact that Trixie comes back again later on in the show and is portrayed sympathetically doesn't help either and completely put me off from watching the show any longer. I would very much like to see some interaction between Trixie and Pinkie. And better yet, maybe even an episode where Pinkie pays Trixie back in a similar way with her fourth wall-breaking powers. Seriously, you cannot have it that a character's problem is casually swept under the rug and then still pretend that this show promotes good messages about friendship. So good-fucking-bye, MLP. I am officially done with you. Time to go watch [[GravityFalls [[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls other]] [[StevenUniverse [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse cartoons]] that had some actual thought put into them. Hope the cheap fourth wall gag was worth it, you shitty hack writers.
7th Nov '17 9:40:48 PM TommyTiger
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** TheCastawayPariah: The way this episode treated Pinkie is disgusting. Trixie doesn't return her mouth even though she restored everyone else and no one protests this, and on top of that the episode acts like everything's okay at the end even though Pinkie STILL hasn't been cured. It spat in the face of both Pinkie and what the show is supposed to be about. Even though Pinkie helped get her sorry flank back into Ponyville, Twilight doesn't care enough to put her mouth back on at the earliest opportunity. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for the magic of friendship!]] The fact that Trixie comes back again later on in the show and is portrayed sympathetically doesn't help either and completely put me off from watching the show any longer. I would very much like to see some interaction between Trixie and Pinkie. And better yet, maybe even an episode where Pinkie pays Trixie back in a similar way with her fourth wall-breaking powers. Seriously, you cannot have it that a character's problem is casually swept under the rug and then still pretend that this show promotes good messages about friendship.

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** TheCastawayPariah: The way this episode treated Pinkie is disgusting. Trixie doesn't return her mouth even though she restored everyone else and no one protests this, and on top of that the episode acts like everything's okay at the end even though Pinkie STILL hasn't been cured. It spat in the face of both Pinkie and what the show is supposed to be about. Even though Pinkie helped get her sorry flank back into Ponyville, Twilight doesn't care enough to put her mouth back on at the earliest opportunity. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for the magic of friendship!]] The fact that Trixie comes back again later on in the show and is portrayed sympathetically doesn't help either and completely put me off from watching the show any longer. I would very much like to see some interaction between Trixie and Pinkie. And better yet, maybe even an episode where Pinkie pays Trixie back in a similar way with her fourth wall-breaking powers. Seriously, you cannot have it that a character's problem is casually swept under the rug and then still pretend that this show promotes good messages about friendship. So good-fucking-bye, MLP. I am officially done with you. Time to go watch [[GravityFalls other]] [[StevenUniverse cartoons]] that had some actual thought put into them. Hope the cheap fourth wall gag was worth it, you shitty hack writers.
1st Nov '17 1:58:58 PM Midna
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** TheCastawayPariah: The way this episode treated Pinkie is disgusting. Trixie doesn't return her mouth even though she restored everyone else and no one protests this, and on top of that the episode acts like everything's okay at the end even though Pinkie STILL hasn't been cured. It spat in the face of both Pinkie and what the show is supposed to be about. Even though Pinkie helped get her sorry flank back into Ponyville, Twilight doesn't care enough to put her mouth back on at the earliest opportunity. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for the magic of friendship!]] The fact that Trixie comes back again later on in the show and is portrayed sympathetically doesn't help either and completely put me off from watching the show any longer. I would very much like to see some interaction between Trixie and Pinkie. And better yet, maybe even an episode where Pinkie pays Trixie back in a similar way with her fourth wall-breaking powers. Seriously, you cannot have it that a character's problem is casually swept under the rug and then still pretend that this show promotes good messages about friendship. So good-fucking-bye, MLP. I am officially done with you. Time to go watch [[GravityFalls other]] [[StevenUniverse cartoons]] that had some actual thought put into them. Hope the cheap fourth wall gag was worth it, you shitty hack writers.

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** TheCastawayPariah: The way this episode treated Pinkie is disgusting. Trixie doesn't return her mouth even though she restored everyone else and no one protests this, and on top of that the episode acts like everything's okay at the end even though Pinkie STILL hasn't been cured. It spat in the face of both Pinkie and what the show is supposed to be about. Even though Pinkie helped get her sorry flank back into Ponyville, Twilight doesn't care enough to put her mouth back on at the earliest opportunity. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for the magic of friendship!]] The fact that Trixie comes back again later on in the show and is portrayed sympathetically doesn't help either and completely put me off from watching the show any longer. I would very much like to see some interaction between Trixie and Pinkie. And better yet, maybe even an episode where Pinkie pays Trixie back in a similar way with her fourth wall-breaking powers. Seriously, you cannot have it that a character's problem is casually swept under the rug and then still pretend that this show promotes good messages about friendship. So good-fucking-bye, MLP. I am officially done with you. Time to go watch [[GravityFalls other]] [[StevenUniverse cartoons]] that had some actual thought put into them. Hope the cheap fourth wall gag was worth it, you shitty hack writers.
1st Nov '17 4:58:42 AM TheCastawayPariah
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** TheCastawayPariah: The way this episode treated Pinkie is disgusting. Trixie doesn't return her mouth even though she restored everyone else and no one protests this, and on top of that the episode acts like everything's okay at the end even though Pinkie STILL hasn't been cured. It spat in the face of both Pinkie and what the show is supposed to be about. Even though Pinkie helped get her sorry flank back into Ponyville, Twilight doesn't care enough to put her mouth back on at the earliest opportunity. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for the magic of friendship!]] The fact that Trixie comes back again later on in the show and is portrayed sympathetically doesn't help either and completely put me off from watching the show any longer. I would very much like to see some interaction between Trixie and Pinkie. And better yet, maybe even an episode where Pinkie pays Trixie back in a similar way with her fourth wall-breaking powers. Seriously, you cannot have it that a character's problem is casually swept under the rug and then still pretend that this show promotes good messages about friendship.

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** TheCastawayPariah: The way this episode treated Pinkie is disgusting. Trixie doesn't return her mouth even though she restored everyone else and no one protests this, and on top of that the episode acts like everything's okay at the end even though Pinkie STILL hasn't been cured. It spat in the face of both Pinkie and what the show is supposed to be about. Even though Pinkie helped get her sorry flank back into Ponyville, Twilight doesn't care enough to put her mouth back on at the earliest opportunity. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for the magic of friendship!]] The fact that Trixie comes back again later on in the show and is portrayed sympathetically doesn't help either and completely put me off from watching the show any longer. I would very much like to see some interaction between Trixie and Pinkie. And better yet, maybe even an episode where Pinkie pays Trixie back in a similar way with her fourth wall-breaking powers. Seriously, you cannot have it that a character's problem is casually swept under the rug and then still pretend that this show promotes good messages about friendship. So good-fucking-bye, MLP. I am officially done with you. Time to go watch [[GravityFalls other]] [[StevenUniverse cartoons]] that had some actual thought put into them. Hope the cheap fourth wall gag was worth it, you shitty hack writers.
23rd Oct '17 7:05:36 PM SenorCornholio
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Though admittedly, Evil Pie Hater Dash was ActuallyPrettyFunny...

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Though admittedly, [[ImagineSpot Evil Pie Hater Dash Dash]] was ActuallyPrettyFunny...
23rd Oct '17 7:01:53 PM SenorCornholio
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** [=SenorCornholio=]: Step right up, ladies and gentlemen; I present to you what I can only describe as the absolute worst episode of the entire show from my perspective! Behold, a minimalistic plot with barely any real substance to it! Take "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E25PartyOfOne Party of One]]", make it so the fear Pinkie had was actually true, and you got yourself a recipe for disaster already! Oh, but that isn't even the worst of it, folks; Rainbow Dash is probably at the absolute bottom of her characterization thus far! If you thought "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E15TheCartBeforeThePonies The Cart Before the Ponies]]" was ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'' worthy, you ain't seen nothin' until you laid your eyes on this utter travesty! We got ourselves a mare who hates pies so much that she throws them away at a moment's notice without even bothering to try one. I get she didn't wanna hurt Pinkie's feelings, but it'd have just been easier for her to try one and make an opinion first chance she got. Pinkie doesn't get off that easily either; all this time, she's been completely oblivious to the fact that Rainbow Dash has been acting sketchy around Pinkie's pies for so many years until just recently. This is the same mare that learned that [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E11PartyPooped Princess Twilight Sparkle is afraid of quesadillas before anypony else did]], people. Bottom line, we got an episode that even most of [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyG3 G3]] would laugh at; it's nonsensical, childish, ruins two good characters for the price of one, and was the low point of what could be considered an overall divisive season.

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** [=SenorCornholio=]: Step right up, ladies and gentlemen; I present to you what I can only describe as the absolute worst episode of the entire show from my perspective! Behold, a minimalistic plot with barely any real substance to it! Take "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E25PartyOfOne Party of One]]", make it so the fear Pinkie had was actually true, and you got yourself a recipe for disaster already! Oh, but that isn't even the worst of it, folks; Rainbow Dash is probably at the absolute bottom of her characterization thus far! If you thought "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E15TheCartBeforeThePonies The Cart Before the Ponies]]" was ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'' worthy, you ain't seen nothin' until you laid your eyes on this utter travesty! We got ourselves a mare who hates pies so much that she throws them away at a moment's notice without even bothering to try one. I get she didn't wanna hurt Pinkie's feelings, but it'd have just been easier for her to try one and make an opinion first chance she got. Pinkie doesn't get off that easily either; all this time, she's been completely oblivious to the fact that Rainbow Dash has been acting sketchy around Pinkie's pies for so many years until just recently. This is the same mare that learned that [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E11PartyPooped Princess Twilight Sparkle is afraid of quesadillas before anypony else did]], people. Bottom line, we got an episode that even most of [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyG3 G3]] would laugh at; it's nonsensical, childish, ruins two good characters for the price of one, and was the low point of what could be considered an overall divisive season.\\
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Though admittedly, Evil Pie Hater Dash was ActuallyPrettyFunny...
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