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* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: The ponies making the Here comes Christmas Candy Cane call it 'Pinkie Mint' because it's based off Pinkie Pie (who is in charge of the Christmas celebration) and her best friend Minty. Minty later calls it that exactly that while trying to align it properly.
9th Nov '17 12:00:05 AM Trialman
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* InformedAttribute: Cotton Candy is a storyteller apparently, at least according to "A Charming Birthday", but) we never see any evidence of this. In practice, she can usually be found running the cafe alongside Sweetberry and Triple Treat. We've seen the role given to other ponies in later episodes, such as Storybelle and the second version of Cheerilee.

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* InformedAttribute: Cotton Candy is a storyteller apparently, at least according to "A Charming Birthday", but) but we never see any evidence of this. In practice, she can usually be found running the cafe alongside Sweetberry and Triple Treat. We've seen the role given to other ponies in later episodes, such as Storybelle and the second version of Cheerilee.
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Collectors unofficially refer to this incarnation of the ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' franchise as "G3". This is a series of [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-DVD]] movies, specials, and shorts released throughout [[TurnOfTheMillennium the turn of the millennium]]. Somewhat akin to ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTales'', these stories tended to be about friendship, SliceOfLife, and being yourself.

The animated specials were animated by SD Entertainment, Creator/WangFilmProductions (G3 only) and Kunoichi, Inc. (for ''Once Upon a My Little Pony Time'', the G3 Newborn Cuties short) and were distributed by both Creator/{{Paramount}} and Creator/ShoutFactory. There are divided into 12 specials. The most notable ones were:

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Collectors unofficially refer to this incarnation of the ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' franchise as "G3".G3. This is a series of [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-DVD]] movies, specials, and shorts released throughout [[TurnOfTheMillennium the turn of the millennium]]. Somewhat akin to ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTales'', these stories tended to be about friendship, SliceOfLife, and being yourself.

The animated specials were animated by SD Entertainment, Creator/WangFilmProductions (G3 only) and Kunoichi, Inc. (for ''Once Upon a My Little Pony Time'', the G3 Newborn Cuties short) and were distributed by both Creator/{{Paramount}} and Creator/ShoutFactory. There They are divided into 12 specials. The most notable ones were:



The first "G3" special. Released in 2003 in a VHS packaged within the first release of the "G3" toys. Chronologically taking place before Dancing in the Clouds, it shows how the ponies in Ponyville planned a special surprise party for Kimono. It was released later as a bonus episode in ''The Princess Promanade'' DVD.

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The first "G3" G3 special. Released in 2003 in a VHS packaged within the first release of the "G3" G3 toys. Chronologically taking place before Dancing in the Clouds, it shows how the ponies in Ponyville planned a special surprise party for Kimono. It was released later as a bonus episode in ''The Princess Promanade'' DVD.



Released on October 25, 2005 by Paramount Home Video, ''A Very Minty Christmas'' is the first feature length special of the "G3" series. The special is set after Friends Are Never Far Away, focusing on Minty as she accidentally breaks the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane", which apparently guides Santa Claus to Ponyville. To try to make-up for doing this, Minty gives each pony one of her socks (she hangs them like stockings on the other ponies' fireplaces.) When Pinkie Pie finds out what Minty has done, Minty states that the sock giving is a bad idea, and then decides she should go to the North Pole herself to set things right.

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Released on October 25, 2005 by Paramount Home Video, ''A Very Minty Christmas'' is the first feature length special of the "G3" G3 series. The special is set after Friends Are Never Far Away, focusing on Minty as she accidentally breaks the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane", which apparently guides Santa Claus to Ponyville. To try to make-up for doing this, Minty gives each pony one of her socks (she hangs them like stockings on the other ponies' fireplaces.) socks. When Pinkie Pie finds out what Minty has done, Minty states that the sock giving is a bad idea, and then decides she should go to the North Pole herself to set things right.



A Very Pony Place is the most unique of all "G3" specials. Released on February 6, 2007, it features three different stories. The first one, ''Come Back, Lily Lightly'' focuses on Lily Lightly and her ability to make her horn glow when she giggle, forcing her to run away from Unicornia. ''Two for the Sky'' focuses on Storybelle and her story about Star Flight and Heart Bright's dreams of flight. The third and final story, ''Positively Pink'' focuses on Pinkie Pie, Minty and Puzzlemint on planning Pinkie Pie's birthday in secret.

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A Very Pony Place is the most unique of all "G3" G3 specials. Released on February 6, 2007, it features three different stories. The first one, ''Come Back, Lily Lightly'' focuses on Lily Lightly and her ability to make her horn glow when she giggle, forcing her to run away from Unicornia. ''Two for the Sky'' focuses on Storybelle and her story about Star Flight and Heart Bright's dreams of flight. The third and final story, ''Positively Pink'' focuses on Pinkie Pie, Minty and Puzzlemint on planning Pinkie Pie's birthday in secret.



In 2007, Hasbro, while retaining body shape, has reduced the number of characters to seven: Pinkie Pie, Scootaloo, Toola-Roola, Rainbow Dash, Sweetie Belle, Cheerilee and Starsong. The Core 7 era saw a number of animated shorts, until another change came out; the "Generation 3.5" as collectors call it, which retained members but changed their body shape similar to Ponyville line of smaller plastic molds that released years ago.

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In 2007, Hasbro, while retaining body shape, has reduced the number of characters to seven: Pinkie Pie, Scootaloo, Toola-Roola, Rainbow Dash, Sweetie Belle, Cheerilee and Starsong. The Core 7 era saw a number of animated shorts, until another change came out; the "Generation out. Generation 3.5" 5, as collectors call it, which retained members but changed their body shape similar to the Ponyville line of smaller plastic molds that released years ago.



Twinkle Wish Adventure is the only feature length "G3.5" Special. It was released in October 13, 2009 to promote this particular toy line. The story tells about the Winter Wishes Festival finally coming and all the ponies in Ponyville are excited to see Twinkle Wish, a wishing star who grants each pony one special wish. However, after Twinkle Wish gets kidnapped by a dragon named Whimsey Weatherbe, the entire event is facing a big dilemma and it's up to Pinkie Pie and her friends to get her back before the night of the festival, otherwise, everyone's wishes won't be granted, and the festival would be ruined.

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Twinkle Wish Adventure is the only feature length "G3.5" G3.5 Special. It was released in October 13, 2009 to promote this particular toy line. The story tells about the Winter Wishes Festival finally coming and all the ponies in Ponyville are excited to see Twinkle Wish, a wishing star who grants each pony one special wish. However, after Twinkle Wish gets kidnapped by a dragon named Whimsey Weatherbe, the entire event is facing a big dilemma and it's up to Pinkie Pie and her friends to get her back before the night of the festival, otherwise, everyone's wishes won't be granted, and the festival would be ruined.



* AdaptationDistillation: Most, if not all of the "G3" stories have been released as either picture books, graphic novels, or both. These generally follow the storyline of the video releases, but simplify or leave out certain elements.
* AlternateContinuity:
** From the cartoons preceding and succeeding it.
** The "G3" books line is in an AU from the cartoons.
* AnthropomorphicShift: The first special wasn't really all that different from other gens. They occasionally used their [[FeatherFingers hooves to do things]], and moved their forelegs around, but it wasn't that different from, say, ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Friendship is Magic]]''. Later on they became far more anthropomorphic and starting wearing clothings often.

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* AcrophobicBird: Thistle Whistle is scared of clouds.
* AdaptationDistillation: Most, if not all of the "G3" G3 stories have been released as either picture books, graphic novels, or both. These generally follow the storyline of the video releases, but simplify or leave out certain elements.
* AlternateContinuity:
** From the cartoons preceding and succeeding it.
**
AlternateContinuity: The "G3" G3 books line is in an AU from the cartoons.
** Once the "Core 7" came along, Hasbro threw several older characterizations out the window and everyone became younger.
* AnthropomorphicShift: The first special wasn't really all that different from other gens. They occasionally used their [[FeatherFingers hooves to do things]], and moved their forelegs around, but it wasn't that different from, say, ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Friendship is Magic]]''. Later on they became far more anthropomorphic and starting wearing clothings clothing often.



* ArtEvolution: Originally the specials were hand-drawn.
* ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare: After that cake binge in ''The Runaway Rainbow'', Princess Rarity should be down with horse colic for the rest of the story.

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* ArtEvolution: Originally the specials were hand-drawn.
* ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare: After that cake binge in ''The Runaway Rainbow'', Princess Rarity should be down with horse colic for the rest of the story.
hand-drawn, but became digital later.



* BornOfMagic: ''Over Two Rainbows'' shows Sweetie Belle was born when two rainbows crossed.



* CanonDiscontinuity: Once the "Core 7" came along, Hasbro threw out several older characterizations out the window and everything became ''even more'' feminine. This DorkAge-type change is where the infamous "Fashionista" Dash comes from.



** "G3" has ''A Very Minty Christmas''.
** "G3.5" has ''Waiting for the Winter Wishes Festival'' and ''Twinkle Wish Adventure'', though these are about the [[YouMeanXmas Winter Wishes Festival]] rather than Christmas.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Hard to define in a series like this with LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters and never the same lineup twice in the manner of "G1" (Pinkie and Rainbow Dash may be the only characters who are in every story.) However, the first special, which introduces us to everyone, has Razzaroo as the main character and narrator, and Kimono, whose birthday they're preparing for, is named as the wisest pony in the land. You'd expect them to be the main characters, but they're never seen again outside crowd scenes (mind you, not ''one'' of the ponies in the first "G1" special was ever seen or mentioned again, so it's not unprecedented.), though Kimino does appear more in the licensed books and comics. That didn't stop there, however, with the Core 7/G3.5 era reducing everyone ''not'' in the Core 7 to either background pony or total nonentity. Most infamously, ''Minty,'' most prominent pony after Pinkie Pie, didn't get as much as a crowd scene appearance in Twinkle Wish Adventure.

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** "G3" G3 has ''A Very Minty Christmas''.
** "G3.5" G3.5 has ''Waiting for the Winter Wishes Festival'' and ''Twinkle Wish Adventure'', though these are about the [[YouMeanXmas Winter Wishes Festival]] rather than Christmas.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Hard to define in a series like this with LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters and never the same lineup twice in the manner of "G1" (Pinkie and Rainbow Dash may be the only characters who are in every story.) However, the The first special, which introduces us to everyone, has Razzaroo as the main character and narrator, and Kimono, whose birthday they're preparing for, is named as the wisest pony in the land. You'd expect them to be the main characters, but they're They're never seen again outside crowd scenes (mind you, not ''one'' of the ponies in the first "G1" special was ever seen or mentioned again, so it's not unprecedented.), scenes, though Kimino Kimono does appear more in the licensed books and comics. That didn't stop there, however, with the Core 7/G3.The G3.5 era reducing everyone ''not'' in the Core 7 to either background pony or total nonentity. Most infamously, ''Minty,'' Minty, the most prominent pony after Pinkie Pie, didn't get as much as a crowd scene appearance in Twinkle Wish Adventure.



* DarkerAndEdgier: The first few specials weren't the sugary-sweet stuff that G3 is known for, although it wasn't anywhere as dark as G1.



* DeconstructedTrope: Princess tropes get examined in ''The Princess Promanade''. Wysteria learned about the stuffy, restricted lifestyle princesses had--and the implication that before her, ''all'' princesses lived like that--likely put a damper on young girls who wanted to be princesses. Wysteria wasn't even allowed to ''sniff flowers''. Also, Wysteria doesn't ''earn'' the title of princess; all she did was happen to touch the magic flower. Any one of her friends could've become princess, and it's implied that if she did something to earn the title things wouldn't have gone so sour. Contrast with "G3" Rarity, who had actual responsibilities, power, and was selected from other young pink unicorns for the honor of making the first rainbow--but shirked her duties in favor of having fun.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Played with in ''The Princess Promenade''. At first, everyone is excited to have Wysteria be the princess of Ponyville, but as Spike's rules pile on and restrict Wysteria from doing the things she normally does, including interacting with her friends as equals, the idea of having a princess doesn't seem so great anymore. However, instead of quitting being a princess in name, Wysteria makes everyone in Ponyville into royalty, including Spike, which means that neither she nor anyone else has to follow the princess rules anymore. So it's played straight in the sense that everything is better with LOTS of princesses instead of just one, but in making the title meaningless it's not a typical example of the trope.
* {{Filler}}: ''The World's Biggest Tea Party'' stage show is nice enough, but it also contains a lot of songs that seem to have been placed merely as a way to get the audience up and excited and don't actually drive the plot of the film. The story presented in the stage show probably could have easily fit into a 22 minute television episode.

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* DeconstructedTrope: Princess tropes get examined in ''The Princess Promanade''. Wysteria learned about the stuffy, restricted lifestyle princesses had--and the implication that before her, ''all'' princesses lived like that--likely put a damper on young girls who wanted to be princesses. Wysteria wasn't even allowed to ''sniff flowers''. Also, Wysteria doesn't ''earn'' the title of princess; all she did was happen to touch the magic flower. Any one of her friends could've become princess, and it's implied that if she did something to earn the title things wouldn't have gone so sour. Contrast with "G3" G3 Rarity, who had actual responsibilities, power, and was selected from other young pink unicorns for the honor of making the first rainbow--but shirked her duties in favor of having fun.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Played with in ''The Princess Promenade''. At first, everyone is excited to have Wysteria be the princess of Ponyville, but as Spike's rules pile on and restrict Wysteria from doing the things she normally does, including interacting with her friends as equals, the idea of having a princess doesn't seem so great anymore. However, instead of quitting being a princess in name, Wysteria makes everyone in Ponyville into royalty, including Spike, which means that neither she nor anyone else has to follow the princess rules anymore. So it's played straight in the sense that everything is better with LOTS lots of princesses instead of just one, but in making the title meaningless it's not a typical example of the trope.
* {{Filler}}: ''The World's Biggest Tea Party'' stage show is nice enough, but it also contains a lot of songs that seem to have been placed merely as a way to get the audience up and excited and don't actually drive the plot of the film. The story presented in the stage show probably could have easily fit into a 22 minute television episode.



* HiddenElfVillage: The Pegasus Ponies of Butterfly Island.
* InformedAttribute: Cotton Candy is a storyteller apparently, at least according to "A Charming Birthday", but (due to her never being given a key role) we never see any evidence of this. In practice, she can usually be found running the cafe alongside Sweetberry and Triple Treat. We've seen the role given to other ponies in later episodes (such as Storybelle and the second version of Cheerilee.)

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* HiddenElfVillage: The Pegasus Ponies of Butterfly Island.
Island live apart from all the others.
* InformedAttribute: Cotton Candy is a storyteller apparently, at least according to "A Charming Birthday", but (due to her never being given a key role) but) we never see any evidence of this. In practice, she can usually be found running the cafe alongside Sweetberry and Triple Treat. We've seen the role given to other ponies in later episodes (such episodes, such as Storybelle and the second version of Cheerilee.)



* LighterAndSofter: Within the same generation at that. The first few specials weren't the sugary, TastesLikeDiabetes fueled stuff that G3 is known for (although it wasn't anywhere as dark as pre-[[MyLittlePonyTales Tales]] G1).



* MadLibsDialogue: The "Cheerilee & Scootaloo's Storybook" section of the online "G3.5" ''[[http://promos.treehousetv.com/mylittlepony/scrapbook.aspx Family Scrapbook]]''.
* TheMusical: ''The World's Biggest Tea Party'' stage show, to the degree that there is actually more singing than there is dialogue. It is not unusual for a song to be almost immediately followed by an entire song, as there a total of 25, running a total of close to 40 minutes. Many of the songs are extended versions of songs from other "G3" releases heavily edited to fit the show, including "Positively Pink", "I Just Wanna Have Fun, "Breezies Know" and "Here in Unicornia". In fact, they may have just about recycled close to half of the tunes within the "G3" releases, including the ''My Little Pony'' theme. Others, however, were created exclusively for the stage show. And two songs aren't original material at all, just traditional tunes that they repurposed for the program: "I'm a Little Teapot" and "Just Leave It Up to Me," the latter of which is based on "I Am a Fine Musician" (which in turn was adapted from the German "Ich bin ein Musikante" for ''Series/TheDickVanDykeShow'').

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* MadLibsDialogue: The "Cheerilee & Scootaloo's Storybook" section of the online "G3.5" G3.5 ''[[http://promos.treehousetv.com/mylittlepony/scrapbook.aspx Family Scrapbook]]''.
* TheMusical: ''The World's Biggest Tea Party'' stage show, to the degree that there is actually more singing than there is dialogue. It is not unusual for a song to be almost immediately followed by an entire song, as there a total of 25, running a total of close to 40 minutes. Many of the songs are extended versions of songs from other "G3" G3 releases heavily edited to fit the show, including "Positively Pink", "I Just Wanna Have Fun, "Breezies Know" and "Here in Unicornia". In fact, they may have just about recycled close to half of the tunes within the "G3" releases, including the ''My Little Pony'' theme. Others, however, Others were created exclusively for the stage show. And two songs aren't original material at all, just traditional tunes that they repurposed for the program: "I'm a Little Teapot" and "Just Leave It Up to Me," the latter of which is based on "I Am a Fine Musician" (which in turn was adapted from the German "Ich bin ein Musikante" for ''Series/TheDickVanDykeShow'').



** In ''Dancing In The Clouds'', Sky Wishes prefaces every wish she makes with "I wish, I wish, I wish...." just like Twilight in "G1" ''Escape From Castle Midnight''.

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** In ''Dancing In The Clouds'', Sky Wishes prefaces every wish she makes with "I wish, I wish, I wish...." just like Twilight in "G1" G1 ''Escape From Castle Midnight''.



* [[AcrophobicBird Nephelophobic Pegasus]]: Thistle Whistle.



* OffModel: {{Inverted}} in that the series was very ''on-model'', to a fault. In many specials, especially post Core-7, every pony essentially looked alike at all times. They all followed the same movement patterns and [[DullSurprise weren't very expressive]]. During the Core 7 and "G3.5" only Toola-Roola had her own tic, which was occasionally blowing her mane out of her eyes.

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* OffModel: {{Inverted}} in that the series was very ''on-model'', to a fault. In many specials, especially post Core-7, every pony essentially looked alike at all times. They all followed the same movement patterns and [[DullSurprise weren't very expressive]]. During the Core 7 and "G3.5" only Toola-Roola had her own tic, which was occasionally blowing her mane out of her eyes.



* TheOneGuy: There is [[http://i.imgur.com/afyvU.jpg one male pony]] in all of "G3", from "3.5" ''Twinkle Wish Adventure''.

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* TheOneGuy: There is [[http://i.imgur.com/afyvU.jpg one male pony]] in all of "G3", G3, from "3.5" ''Twinkle Wish Adventure''.



* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Pony]]: Kimono shows signs of being this in A Charming Birthday.

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* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Pony]]: OnlySaneMan: Kimono shows signs of being this in A Charming Birthday.



* ThePowerOfFriendship: Before we learned that ''Friendship is Magic'', ''My Little Pony'' was already doing this. At least two of the "G3" songs were specifically about friendship, "Make a New Friend" and "That's What Makes a Friend." Another, "Far Apart," is about how hard it can be for two friends when they have to be apart from each other.

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* ThePowerOfFriendship: Before we learned that ''Friendship is Magic'', ''My Little Pony'' was already doing this. At least two of the "G3" G3 songs were are specifically about friendship, "Make a New Friend" and "That's What Makes a Friend." Another, "Far Apart," is about how hard it can be for two friends when they have to be apart from each other.



* PrimalFear: From the "That's What Makes a Friend" song in the "G3.5" ''Twinkle Wish Adventure'': "Once you told me you're a little scared of the dark / I told you I can be afraid of it too."

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* PrimalFear: From the "That's What Makes a Friend" song in the "G3.5" G3.5 ''Twinkle Wish Adventure'': "Once you told me you're a little scared of the dark / I told you I can be afraid of it too."



* SpinOffBabies: "G3.5" and it's two ''[[WholeEpisodeFlashback Once Upon A My Little Pony Time]]'' shorts and the ''Newborn Cuties'' toys they existed to promote.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: The Core 7.
* [[SurferDude Surfer Mare]]: Sunny Daze.

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* SpinOffBabies: "G3.5" G3.5 and it's its two ''[[WholeEpisodeFlashback Once Upon A My Little Pony Time]]'' shorts and the ''Newborn Cuties'' toys they existed to promote.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: The Core 7.7 dominated the line near the end of the run.
* [[SurferDude Surfer Mare]]: SurferDude: Sunny Daze.Daze is a surfer pony who talks in slang.



* TotallyRadical: "G3.5" Scootaloo is fond of saying "cool beans."
* ToTheTuneOf: The song "Singing Star" (from the "G3" toy "Sing & Dance Pinkie Pie" and the "Sing-A-Long with Star Song" section of the online "G3.5" ''[[http://promos.treehousetv.com/mylittlepony/scrapbook.aspx Family Scrapbook]]'') uses the same tune as the earlier song "Feelin' Good" (from the "G3" cartoon ''The Princess Promenade'' and ''Meet the Ponies: Starsong "Dance & Sing Party"''). Additionally, the musical ''The World's Biggest Tea Party'' does this with a few songs. "The Road to Unicornia" uses the tune from "We're Glad That Everyone's a Princess" from ''Princess Promenade''. "At Crystal Rainbow Castle" is "Here in Unicornia" from ''The Runaway Rainbow''. "How You Feel" is "Far Apart," also from ''The Runaway Rainbow''.
** As a non-previously used in the show's sounsdtrack example; "Bouncebackability" (also from "The Worlds Greatest Tea Party") is based on "Down by the Riverside".

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* TotallyRadical: "G3.5" G3.5 Scootaloo is fond of saying "cool beans."
* ToTheTuneOf: The song "Singing Star" (from the "G3" toy "Sing & Dance Pinkie Pie" and the "Sing-A-Long with Star Song" section of the online "G3.5" ''[[http://promos.treehousetv.com/mylittlepony/scrapbook.aspx Family Scrapbook]]'') uses the same tune as the earlier song "Feelin' Good" (from the "G3" cartoon ''The Princess Promenade'' and ''Meet the Ponies: Starsong "Dance & Sing Party"'').Good". Additionally, the musical ''The World's Biggest Tea Party'' does this with a few songs. "The Road to Unicornia" uses the tune from "We're Glad That Everyone's a Princess" from ''Princess Promenade''. "At Crystal Rainbow Castle" is "Here in Unicornia" from ''The Runaway Rainbow''. "How You Feel" is "Far Apart," also from ''The Runaway Rainbow''.
** As a non-previously used in the show's sounsdtrack soundtrack example; "Bouncebackability" (also from "The Worlds Greatest Tea Party") is based on "Down by the Riverside".



** The online "G3" ''[[http://www.hasbro.com/mylittlepony/en_US/play/details.cfm?guid=C884F450-19B9-F369-D9C9-3BDE236BD2DD Ponyville]]'' game has Pinkie Pie's Balloon House in Party Place.
** The online "G3.5" ''[[http://promos.treehousetv.com/mylittlepony/scrapbook.aspx Family Scrapbook]]'' has the "Rainbow Dash's Dress Up" section.

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** The online "G3" G3 ''[[http://www.hasbro.com/mylittlepony/en_US/play/details.cfm?guid=C884F450-19B9-F369-D9C9-3BDE236BD2DD Ponyville]]'' game has Pinkie Pie's Balloon House in Party Place.
** The online "G3.5" ''[[http://promos.G3.5'' [[http://promos.treehousetv.com/mylittlepony/scrapbook.aspx Family Scrapbook]]'' has the "Rainbow Dash's Dress Up" section.



* YouMeanXmas: The Winter Wishes Festival in "G3.5" specials ''Waiting for the Winter Wishes Festival'' and ''Twinkle Wish Adventure.'' Averted in "A Very Minty Christmas".

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* YouMeanXmas: The Winter Wishes Festival in "G3.5" G3.5 specials ''Waiting for the Winter Wishes Festival'' and ''Twinkle Wish Adventure.'' Averted in "A Very Minty Christmas".
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* {{Licensed Game}}s: A few games for the GameBoyAdvance, DS, and PC/Macs came out during this series' run.

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* {{Licensed Game}}s: A few games for the GameBoyAdvance, UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, DS, and PC/Macs came out during this series' run.
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* ReflectiveEyes: Happens in ''A Very Minty Christmas'', when the decorated castle is shown reflected in Pinkie Pie's eye and then the scene cuts to the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane" being reflected in Minty's eye.

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* ReflectiveEyes: Happens ReflectiveEyes:
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in ''A Very Minty Christmas'', when the decorated castle is shown reflected in Pinkie Pie's eye and then the scene cuts to the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane" being reflected in Minty's eye.
** Also happens in ''Positively Pink'', when what the ponies have done so far in making everything look pink for Pinkie Pie is shown reflected in Minty's
eye.
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*OneDialogueTwoConversations: A minor example of this trope happens in ''A Very Minty Christmas'', Sweetberry and Triple Treat are discussing how they're going to make the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane", while Cotton Candy is complaining about how the Christmas lights have gotten tangled up. Sweetberry and Triple Treat think that Cotton Candy is joining in with their conversation when she speaks, which confuses Cotton Candy as well.


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* ReflectiveEyes: Happens in ''A Very Minty Christmas'', when the decorated castle is shown reflected in Pinkie Pie's eye and then the scene cuts to the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane" being reflected in Minty's eye.
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* ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare: After that cake binge in ''The Runaway Rainbow'', Princess Rarity should be down with horse colic for the rest of the story.
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* EarlyDraftTieIn: One of the specials featured Fiesta Flair, a pony who was ultimately [[ToylessToylineCharacter canceled]] and replaced with Candy Apple. Despite being canceled, she still appeared as background pony in G3.5 as well.
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** As a non-previously used in the show's sounsdtrack example; "Bouncebackability" is based on "Down by the Riverside".

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** As a non-previously used in the show's sounsdtrack example; "Bouncebackability" (also from "The Worlds Greatest Tea Party") is based on "Down by the Riverside".
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** As a non-previously used in the show's sounsdtrack example; "Bouncebackability" is based on "Down by the Riverside".
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