History ShoutOut / MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic

28th May '16 10:53:50 AM ByronFenetre
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* "Applejack's Day Off"
** The title can be suggested as a reference to a popular 80s comedy film starring Matthew Broderick and Ben Stein, though the likelihood of it being suggested to reference many other similarly named stories is very high.
** The contours of the rows in Applejack's fields are vaguely reminiscent of Rabbit's from the 80's/90's "Winnie the Pooh" animated TV series.
24th May '16 5:46:13 AM ByronFenetre
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** "Say Goodbye to the Holidays" is a murmur of a reference to "Wicked's" "No Good Deed" solely by settings around cauldrons and similar tempos. But they have stronger differences than likenesses, most observedly in their melodies.

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** "Say Goodbye to the Holidays" Holiday" is a murmur of a reference to "Wicked's" "No Good Deed" solely by settings around cauldrons and similar tempos. But they have stronger differences than likenesses, most observedly in their melodies. More solid parallels can be seen (and heard) between "Say Goodbye to the Holiday" and "Don't Fall in Love" from "Beauty and the Beast: An Enchanted Christmas." Both take place during the Yuletide season and feature specters summoned by the singers (smoky windigos and green melody phantoms).
23rd May '16 8:11:40 PM ByronFenetre
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*** Speaking of "The Jeffersons," Plaid Stripes is similar to Mr. Whittandale's niece "Who's the Fairest."As Plaid's father threatens to raise Rarity's rent if his daughter is not employed and appeased, Mr. Whittendale, who owns the Jefferson Cleaners building, threatens to destroy the new lease he prepared for George if he does not pick Whittandale's immature and frankly untalented niece (dressed in common 80s punk apparel) to be Mrs. Jefferson Cleaners in the beauty pageant centered in the episode's plot. Plaid Stripes, however appears to have been designed more tacky than punk and more goofy than immature. Plus, Applejack even used one of her eccentric ideas to improve Rarity for You's opening night

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*** Speaking of "The Jeffersons," Plaid Stripes is similar to Mr. Whittandale's niece "Who's the Fairest."As Plaid's father threatens to raise Rarity's rent if his daughter is not employed and appeased, Mr. Whittendale, who owns the Jefferson Cleaners building, threatens to destroy the new lease he prepared for George if he does not pick Whittandale's immature and frankly untalented niece (dressed in common 80s punk apparel) to be Mrs. Jefferson Cleaners in the beauty pageant centered in the episode's plot. Plaid Stripes, however appears to have been designed more tacky than punk and more goofy than immature. Plus, Applejack even used sees the silver lining of one of her Plaid's eccentric ideas to improve Rarity "Rarity for You's opening night You's" opening.
23rd May '16 8:08:58 PM ByronFenetre
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** The reporter at the start of the show bears a physical resemblance to J. Jonah Jameson and a slight vocal resemblance to the late Vincent Gardenia, an actor playing a number of supporting characters on "All in the Family," and Mr. Mushnik from the musical film adaption of ""Little Shop of Horrors."
** Plaid Stripes is similar to Mr. Whittandale's niece in "The Jeffersons" episode "Who's the Fairest."As Plaid's father threatens to raise Rarity's rent if his daughter is not employed and appeased, Mr. Whittendale, who owns the Jefferson Cleaners building threatens to withhold (albeit destroy) the new lease he prepared for George if his immature niece dressed in common 80s punk apparel is not picked by him to win the beauty pageant Mr. Jefferson holds at the episode's climax. Plaid Stripes, however appears to have been designed more tacky than punk and more goofy than immature.

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** The reporter at the start of the show bears a physical resemblance to J. Jonah Jameson and a slight vocal resemblance to the Jameson. His New York accent slightly resembles said accents used by late Vincent Gardenia, an Canadian actor playing a number Danny Wells, especially when heard in episodes of supporting characters on "All in the Family," "Sanford & Son," and Mr. Mushnik from the musical film adaption of ""Little Shop of Horrors."The Jeffersons."
** *** Speaking of "The Jeffersons," Plaid Stripes is similar to Mr. Whittandale's niece in "The Jeffersons" episode "Who's the Fairest."As Plaid's father threatens to raise Rarity's rent if his daughter is not employed and appeased, Mr. Whittendale, who owns the Jefferson Cleaners building building, threatens to withhold (albeit destroy) destroy the new lease he prepared for George if his he does not pick Whittandale's immature and frankly untalented niece dressed (dressed in common 80s punk apparel is not picked by him apparel) to win be Mrs. Jefferson Cleaners in the beauty pageant Mr. Jefferson holds at centered in the episode's climax.plot. Plaid Stripes, however appears to have been designed more tacky than punk and more goofy than immature. Plus, Applejack even used one of her eccentric ideas to improve Rarity for You's opening night
22nd May '16 10:44:34 PM ByronFenetre
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* No exact inspirations can be said of the silent pony in the blue suit whom Rainbow Dash hires in "The Saddle Row Review;" guesses are that his appearance is subtly similar to that of Monte Durham and Carson Kressley.
21st May '16 9:38:30 PM KingCrInuYasha
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** The building that houses Rarity 4 U resembles the 96 and 98 East 8th Street buildings in Manhattan, best known for the cover of Music/LedZeppelin's ''Physical Graffiti''.
21st May '16 7:46:43 PM ByronFenetre
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** The reporter at the start of the show bears a physical resemblance to J. Jonah Jameson and a slight vocal resemblance to the late Vincent Gardenia, an actor playing sea number of supporting characters on "All in the Family," and Mr. Mushnik from the musical film adaption of ""Little Shop of Horrors."

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** The reporter at the start of the show bears a physical resemblance to J. Jonah Jameson and a slight vocal resemblance to the late Vincent Gardenia, an actor playing sea a number of supporting characters on "All in the Family," and Mr. Mushnik from the musical film adaption of ""Little Shop of Horrors."
21st May '16 7:43:07 PM ByronFenetre
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** The interluding interviews in the episode refer to a comedic style used occasionally in sitcoms like "Scrubs" and more frequently in "The Office," and "Parks and Recreation."
** The reporter at the start of the show bears a physical resemblance to J. Jonah Jameson.
** Plaid Stripes is similar to Mr. Whittandale's niece in "The Jeffersons" episode "Who's the Fairest."As Plaid's father threatens to raise Rarity's rent if his daughter is not employed and appeased, Mr. Whittendale, who owns the Jefferson Cleaners building threatens to withhold (albeit destroy) the new lease he prepared for George if his immature punk rocker style niece is not picked to win the beauty pageant held at the episode's climax. Plaid Stripes, however while immature appears to have been designed more tacky than punk.

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** Next, there is a web silk-thin resemblance of store name "Rarity for You," and Broadway musical, "Crazy for You."
** The interluding interviews in the episode refer to a comedic style direction and or/scripting used occasionally in sitcoms like "Scrubs" and more frequently often in "The Office," and "Parks and Recreation."
** The reporter at the start of the show bears a physical resemblance to J. Jonah Jameson.
Jameson and a slight vocal resemblance to the late Vincent Gardenia, an actor playing sea number of supporting characters on "All in the Family," and Mr. Mushnik from the musical film adaption of ""Little Shop of Horrors."
** Plaid Stripes is similar to Mr. Whittandale's niece in "The Jeffersons" episode "Who's the Fairest."As Plaid's father threatens to raise Rarity's rent if his daughter is not employed and appeased, Mr. Whittendale, who owns the Jefferson Cleaners building threatens to withhold (albeit destroy) the new lease he prepared for George if his immature punk rocker style niece dressed in common 80s punk apparel is not picked by him to win the beauty pageant held Mr. Jefferson holds at the episode's climax. Plaid Stripes, however while immature appears to have been designed more tacky than punk.punk and more goofy than immature.
** Likely a coincidental point, Mr. Stripes resembles the 007 ally and Russian kingpin played by Robbie Coltrane in "Goldeneye," and "The World is Not Enough."
21st May '16 12:15:01 PM erforce
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** The Crystal Heart, when it powers up, shares the same sound effect as the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUvR2PhElc0#t=02m59s Proton]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzLobQxY6gg#t=0m34s Pack]] from Film/{{Ghostbusters}}.

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** The Crystal Heart, when it powers up, shares the same sound effect as the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUvR2PhElc0#t=02m59s Proton]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzLobQxY6gg#t=0m34s Pack]] from Film/{{Ghostbusters}}.''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}''.



** The pony who declares "She is correct!" after Twilight gives the square root of 545 during "The Failure Song" is named [[BillNyeTheScienceGuy Professor Bill Neigh]].

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** The pony who declares "She is correct!" after Twilight gives the square root of 545 during "The Failure Song" is named [[BillNyeTheScienceGuy [[Series/BillNyeTheScienceGuy Professor Bill Neigh]].



** During a montage, a (slightly modified) rendition of Series/TheATeam theme can clearly be heard.

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** During a montage, a (slightly modified) rendition of Series/TheATeam ''Series/TheATeam'' theme can clearly be heard.



** In the opening, one of Apple Bloom's outfits includes glasses with [[{{Transmetropolitan}} one rectangular lens and one round lens]].

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** In the opening, one of Apple Bloom's outfits includes glasses with [[{{Transmetropolitan}} [[Comicbook/{{Transmetropolitan}} one rectangular lens and one round lens]].
21st May '16 9:19:15 AM ByronFenetre
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** Plaid Stripes is similar to Mr. Whittandale's niece in "The Jeffersons" episode "Who's the Fairest."As Plaid's father threatens to raise Rarity's rent if his daughter is not employed and appeased, Mr. Whittendale, who owns the Jefferson Cleaners building threatens to withhold (albeit destroy) the new lease he prepared for George if his immature punk rocker style niece is picked to win the beauty pageant held at the episode's climax. Plaid Stripes, however while immature appears to have been designed more tacky than punk.

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** Plaid Stripes is similar to Mr. Whittandale's niece in "The Jeffersons" episode "Who's the Fairest."As Plaid's father threatens to raise Rarity's rent if his daughter is not employed and appeased, Mr. Whittendale, who owns the Jefferson Cleaners building threatens to withhold (albeit destroy) the new lease he prepared for George if his immature punk rocker style niece is not picked to win the beauty pageant held at the episode's climax. Plaid Stripes, however while immature appears to have been designed more tacky than punk.
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