History WesternAnimation / MyLittlePonyTales

24th Mar '17 4:39:45 PM KoopaKid17
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* LostOrphanedRoyalty: The plot of "Princess Problem" revolves around the King and Queen of the Isle of Pony coming to Ponyland as part of their long search for their lost daughter. Naturally, [[WeirdnessMagnet Patch matches all the descriptions]]. She's ultimately not happy about it at all, as she's HappilyAdopted and is scared of the prospect of losing her adopted parents. [[spoiler:Subverted when it turns out she wasn't the lost princess; her old friend from the same orphanage Rosy is, and is reunited with her long lost parents.]]

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* LostOrphanedRoyalty: The plot of "Princess Problem" Problems" revolves around the King and Queen of the Isle of Pony coming to Ponyland as part of their long search for their lost daughter. Naturally, [[WeirdnessMagnet Patch matches all the descriptions]]. She's ultimately not happy about it at all, as she's HappilyAdopted and is scared of the prospect of losing her adopted parents. [[spoiler:Subverted when it turns out she wasn't the lost princess; her old friend from the same orphanage Rosy is, and is reunited with her long lost parents.]]
23rd Mar '17 9:17:00 PM KoopaKid17
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* LadyLand: Much much ''much'' less so than most series in the franchise. The core cast and most of the other characters who do most of the talking are female, but in addition to Ace, Teddy, and Lancer as oft-seen recurring classmates of the gang, we have two-parent families, and in one episode a king and a queen.
* LeaveTheTwoLovebirdsAlone: Used at the end of the episode "Just for Kicks"

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* LadyLand: Much much ''much'' less so than most series in Until ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', this was the sole aversion of the ''My Little Pony'' franchise. The core cast and most of the other characters who do most of the talking are female, but in addition to Ace, Teddy, and Lancer as oft-seen recurring classmates of the gang, we have two-parent families, and in one episode a king and a queen.
* LeaveTheTwoLovebirdsAlone: Used at the end of the episode "Just for Kicks"Kicks".
23rd Mar '17 8:55:22 PM KoopaKid17
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* LostOrphanedRoyalty: The plot of "Princess Problem" revolves around the King and Queen of the Isle of Pony coming to Ponyland as part of their long search for their lost daughter. Naturally, [[WeirdnessMagnet Patch matches all the descriptions]]. She's ultimately not happy about it at all, as she's HappilyAdopted and is scared of the prospect of losing her adopted parents. [[spoiler:It turns out she wasn't the lost princess, her old friend from the same orphanage Rosy is, and is reunited with her long lost parents.]]

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* LostOrphanedRoyalty: The plot of "Princess Problem" revolves around the King and Queen of the Isle of Pony coming to Ponyland as part of their long search for their lost daughter. Naturally, [[WeirdnessMagnet Patch matches all the descriptions]]. She's ultimately not happy about it at all, as she's HappilyAdopted and is scared of the prospect of losing her adopted parents. [[spoiler:It [[spoiler:Subverted when it turns out she wasn't the lost princess, princess; her old friend from the same orphanage Rosy is, and is reunited with her long lost parents.]]
15th Mar '17 9:28:03 PM nombretomado
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* FreezeFrameBonus: During the FantasySequence in "And the Winner is...", we see Clover switching channels on a big TV. Among the many briefly visible pictures, some of them just small miniatures on 4x4 or 8x8 grids, are [[Main/ChristopherColumbus the Santa Maria ship]], MuppetBabies, a dog carrying a mallet, a duck, a rocker pony, a highway junction, a Shinkansen train, and even a pair of [[FurryConfusion human laced boots]].

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* FreezeFrameBonus: During the FantasySequence in "And the Winner is...", we see Clover switching channels on a big TV. Among the many briefly visible pictures, some of them just small miniatures on 4x4 or 8x8 grids, are [[Main/ChristopherColumbus the Santa Maria ship]], MuppetBabies, WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies, a dog carrying a mallet, a duck, a rocker pony, a highway junction, a Shinkansen train, and even a pair of [[FurryConfusion human laced boots]].
15th Mar '17 9:25:40 PM nombretomado
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** During the FantasySequence described above, we can briefly see LawyerFriendlyCameo of Kermit and Miss Piggy from ''MuppetBabies''.

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** During the FantasySequence described above, we can briefly see LawyerFriendlyCameo of Kermit and Miss Piggy from ''MuppetBabies''.''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies''.
17th Feb '17 5:21:45 PM Godzillawolf
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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Rather unusually for a show of the time (and in fact many programs), every adult features in the show is this. The girl's parents are GoodParents, the mayor of the town [[spoiler:declares the area the girls discover the endangered Green Winged Songbirds in protected]], Mrs. Hackney is stern but very fair to the point of allowing Bon Bon to retake a test she cheated on when she confesses on her own with genuine remorse, Logan's parents take being ambushed in their own home are completely understanding once their reasons are explained, and while initially mad, the King of the Isle of Pony hears the girls out when they [[spoiler:present Rosy to him and give her the same test as everypony else to see if she's their daughter]] after Patch threw mud at him to get his attention. Even the police officer in "Up, Up, and Away" who blocks the girls from going up to see the UFO only does so because the area is potentially dangerous for completely different reasons.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Rather unusually for a show of the time (and in fact many programs), every adult features in the show is this. The girl's parents are GoodParents, the mayor of the town [[spoiler:declares the area the girls discover the endangered Green Winged Songbirds in protected]], Mrs. Hackney is stern but very fair to the point of allowing Bon Bon to retake a test she cheated on when she confesses on her own with genuine remorse, Logan's parents take being ambushed in their own home are completely understanding once their reasons are explained, and while initially mad, the King of the Isle of Pony hears the girls out when they [[spoiler:present Rosy to him and give her the same test as everypony else to see if she's their daughter]] after Patch threw mud at him to get his attention. Even the police officer in "Up, Up, and Away" who blocks the girls from going up to see the UFO only does so because the area is potentially dangerous for completely different reasons.reasons (reasons that nearly got Bon Bon killed earlier in the series).
11th Feb '17 12:37:16 PM Godzillawolf
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* LostOrphanedRoyalty: The plot of "Princess Problem" revolves around the King and Queen of the Isle of Pony coming to Ponyland as part of their long search for their lost daughter. Naturally, [[WeirdnessMagnet Patch matches all the descriptions]]. She's ultimately not happy about it at all, as she's HappilyAdopted and is scared of the prospect of losing her adopted parents. [[spoiler:It turns out she wasn't the lost princess, her old friend from the same orphanage Rosy is, and is reunited with her long lost parents.]]


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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Rather unusually for a show of the time (and in fact many programs), every adult features in the show is this. The girl's parents are GoodParents, the mayor of the town [[spoiler:declares the area the girls discover the endangered Green Winged Songbirds in protected]], Mrs. Hackney is stern but very fair to the point of allowing Bon Bon to retake a test she cheated on when she confesses on her own with genuine remorse, Logan's parents take being ambushed in their own home are completely understanding once their reasons are explained, and while initially mad, the King of the Isle of Pony hears the girls out when they [[spoiler:present Rosy to him and give her the same test as everypony else to see if she's their daughter]] after Patch threw mud at him to get his attention. Even the police officer in "Up, Up, and Away" who blocks the girls from going up to see the UFO only does so because the area is potentially dangerous for completely different reasons.
26th Oct '16 11:37:32 AM landmark356
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* NiceMeanAndInBetween: The three boy ponies; Lancer, Ace, and Teddy respectively.
5th Sep '16 4:30:57 AM TommyTiger
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* FreezeFrameBonus: During the FantasySequence in "And the Winner is...", we see Clover switching channels on a big TV. Among the many briefly visible pictures, some of them just small miniatures on 4x4 or 8x8 grids, are [[Main/ChristopherColumbus Santa Maria ship]], MuppetBabies, a rocker pony, a highway junction, a Shinkansen train, and even a pair of [[FurryConfusion human laced boots]].

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* FreezeFrameBonus: During the FantasySequence in "And the Winner is...", we see Clover switching channels on a big TV. Among the many briefly visible pictures, some of them just small miniatures on 4x4 or 8x8 grids, are [[Main/ChristopherColumbus the Santa Maria ship]], MuppetBabies, a dog carrying a mallet, a duck, a rocker pony, a highway junction, a Shinkansen train, and even a pair of [[FurryConfusion human laced boots]].
18th Jul '16 12:33:45 PM Godzillawolf
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: A very subtle one. In "The Lemonade Wars", the camera focuses on Lancer throwing away a paper cup and missing the garbage can after Ace and Teddy both hit it. This doesn't come up in the episode and seems just to show Lancer isn't like his friends, but the SeasonFinale [[spoiler:focuses on the fact the townsponies being careless with their trash and throwing it away recklessly clogs up the river and floods the town, with several ponies doing that exact thing during the episode.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: A very subtle one. In "The Lemonade Wars", the camera focuses on Lancer throwing away a paper cup and missing the garbage can after Ace and Teddy both hit it. This doesn't come up in the episode and seems just to show Lancer isn't like his friends, friends. In "Blue Ribbon Blues," Teddy ends up accidentally losing an entire picnic basket and its contents into the water which gets washed away and no one ever retrieves them. This seems just to be the inciting incident for the episode, but the SeasonFinale [[spoiler:focuses on the fact the townsponies being careless with their trash and throwing it away recklessly clogs up the river and floods the town, with several ponies doing that exact thing during the episode.]]]] They'd been doing it multiple times throughout the season.
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