History YMMV / MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS3E12GamesPoniesPlay

21st Jan '15 9:32:36 AM Silverblade2
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: See OneSceneWonder below.
4th May '14 11:28:15 AM Silverblade2
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** Popular [[FanNickname fan nicknames]] are "[[GeniusBonus Roy G. Biv]]" and "Spectrum", and occasionally [[FanFic/OnACrossAndArrow Rainbow Blitz]].
** [[UnnamedParent "Rainbow Dad"]] is also acceptable.
** [[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/97830/dashs-new-mom This fanfic]] uses Blue Streak.
5th Mar '14 6:23:00 AM Viira
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* HilariousInHindsight: Rarity freaks out about Cadence's hair looking like a porcupine, while in ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm'', a crossover featuring [[AceAttorney a certain lawyer famous for similar jokes about his hair...]] She was the one pony who ''didn't'' make fun of his hair, and in fact [[SubvertedTrope actually]] ''[[SubvertedTrope praised]]'' [[SubvertedTrope it!]]
** Phoenix's "porcupine hair" is both deliberately patterned -- all flowing mostly the same direction -- and is complimented by his suit and posture. The exact opposite of Cadance's rat nest of a hairdo.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Rarity freaks out about Cadence's hair looking like a porcupine, while in ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm'', a crossover featuring [[AceAttorney [[Franchise/AceAttorney a certain lawyer famous for similar jokes about his hair...]] She was the one pony who ''didn't'' make fun of his hair, and in fact [[SubvertedTrope actually]] ''[[SubvertedTrope praised]]'' [[SubvertedTrope it!]]
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it!]] Probably because Phoenix's "porcupine hair" is both deliberately patterned -- all flowing mostly the same direction -- and is complimented by his suit and posture. The exact opposite of Cadance's rat nest of a hairdo.
10th Jan '14 9:37:48 AM REV6Pilot
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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: As pointed out back in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS3E8JustForSidekicks "Just For Sidekicks"]], Cadance didn't invite Spike to help welcome the games inspector, which caused some bronies to start disliking Cadance, especially since Spike helped save the Crystal Empire. However, considering the events that occurred here, especially what the Mane 6 went through, it's quite evident that Cadance had understandable reasons for not inviting Spike, so it may no longer matter that Spike wasn't invited.
3rd Jan '14 4:11:03 AM Silverblade2
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* SoOkayItsAverage: The episode itself for many viewers.

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* %%* SoOkayItsAverage: The episode itself for many viewers.
30th Nov '13 9:12:21 PM taylorkerekes
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* AccidentalAesop: [[TruthInTelevision Sometimes it takes an honest opinion from a fellow tourist to make up for what you've missed, whether or not you'd want to see it for yourself.]]
26th Nov '13 1:44:55 AM TARINunit9
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* IdiotPlot: The main plot hinges on the Mane Six being incredibly vague when talking to the tourist, while the subplot involves Rarity (a pony without professional stylist training) attempting to do something most of Cadance's royal stylists don't know how to do. Granted, it all works out in the end, but everything hinges on the Mane Six making very stupid decisions. In fact, the ''entire plot'' could have been avoided with a simple "Hello, Ms. Harshwhinny" or even a "Ms. Harshwhinny?", or even flagging her down by writing the word "Harshwhinny" on a simple piece of paper.

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** Phoenix's "porcupine hair" is both deliberately patterned -- all flowing mostly the same direction -- and is complimented by his suit and posture. The exact opposite of Cadance's rat nest of a hairdo.
* IdiotPlot: The main plot hinges on the Mane Six being incredibly vague when talking to the tourist, while the subplot involves Rarity (a pony without professional stylist training) attempting to do something most of Cadance's royal stylists don't know how to do. Granted, it all works out in the end, but everything hinges on the Mane Six making very stupid decisions. In fact, the ''entire plot'' could have been avoided with a simple "Hello, Ms. Harshwhinny" or even a "Ms. Harshwhinny?", or even flagging her down by writing the word "Harshwhinny" on a simple piece of paper.paper like real chauffeurs use.
25th Nov '13 5:09:10 AM Austin
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* IdiotPlot: The main plot hinges on the Mane Six being incredibly vague when talking to the tourist, while the subplot involves Rarity (a pony without professional stylist training) attempting to do something most of Cadance's royal stylists don't know how to do. Granted, it all works out in the end, but everything hinges on the Mane Six making very stupid decisions. In fact, the ''entire plot'' could have been avoided with a simple "Hello, Ms. Harshwhinny" or even a "Ms. Harshwhinny?", or even flagging her down by writing the word "Harshwhinny" on a simple piece of paper. * OneSceneWonder: Rainbow Dash's dad. He only appears for less than 15 seconds in her flashback, but as his appearance marks the first ever canon family member for one of the main pegasus ponies in the series, fans have already started to get pretty excited over him.

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* IdiotPlot: The main plot hinges on the Mane Six being incredibly vague when talking to the tourist, while the subplot involves Rarity (a pony without professional stylist training) attempting to do something most of Cadance's royal stylists don't know how to do. Granted, it all works out in the end, but everything hinges on the Mane Six making very stupid decisions. In fact, the ''entire plot'' could have been avoided with a simple "Hello, Ms. Harshwhinny" or even a "Ms. Harshwhinny?", or even flagging her down by writing the word "Harshwhinny" on a simple piece of paper.
* OneSceneWonder: Rainbow Dash's dad. He only appears for less than 15 seconds in her flashback, but as his appearance marks the first ever canon family member for one of the main pegasus ponies in the series, fans have already started to get pretty excited over him.
25th Nov '13 5:08:55 AM Austin
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* IdiotPlot: The main plot hinges on the Mane Six being incredibly vague when talking to the tourist, while the subplot involves Rarity (a pony without professional stylist training) attempting to do something most of Cadance's royal stylists don't know how to do. Granted, it all works out in the end, but everything hinges on the Mane Six making very stupid decisions. In fact, the ''entire plot'' could have been avoided with a simple "Hello, Ms. Harshwhinny" or even a "Ms. Harshwhinny?", or even flagging her down by writing the word "Harshwhinny" on a simple piece of paper. [[spoiler:However, if the plot didn't happen the way it did, the Crystal Empire may never have been the ones to host the games.]]
* OneSceneWonder: Rainbow Dash's dad. He only appears for less than 15 seconds in her flashback, but as his appearance marks the first ever canon family member for one of the main pegasus ponies in the series, fans have already started to get pretty excited over him.

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* IdiotPlot: The main plot hinges on the Mane Six being incredibly vague when talking to the tourist, while the subplot involves Rarity (a pony without professional stylist training) attempting to do something most of Cadance's royal stylists don't know how to do. Granted, it all works out in the end, but everything hinges on the Mane Six making very stupid decisions. In fact, the ''entire plot'' could have been avoided with a simple "Hello, Ms. Harshwhinny" or even a "Ms. Harshwhinny?", or even flagging her down by writing the word "Harshwhinny" on a simple piece of paper. [[spoiler:However, if the plot didn't happen the way it did, the Crystal Empire may never have been the ones to host the games.]]
* OneSceneWonder: Rainbow Dash's dad. He only appears for less than 15 seconds in her flashback, but as his appearance marks the first ever canon family member for one of the main pegasus ponies in the series, fans have already started to get pretty excited over him.
19th Nov '13 6:23:03 AM Customer
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* IdiotPlot: The main plot hinges on the Mane Six being incredibly vague when talking to the tourist, while the subplot involves Rarity (a pony without professional stylist training) attempting to do something most of Cadance's royal stylists don't know how to do. Granted, it all works out in the end, but everything hinges on the Mane Six making very stupid decisions. In fact, the ''entire plot'' could have been avoided with a simple "Hello, Ms. Harshwhinny" or even a "Ms. Harshwhinny?", or even flagging her down by writing the word "Harshwhinny" on a simple piece of paper. However, if the plot didn't happen the way it did, the Crystal Empire may never have been the ones to host the games.

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* IdiotPlot: The main plot hinges on the Mane Six being incredibly vague when talking to the tourist, while the subplot involves Rarity (a pony without professional stylist training) attempting to do something most of Cadance's royal stylists don't know how to do. Granted, it all works out in the end, but everything hinges on the Mane Six making very stupid decisions. In fact, the ''entire plot'' could have been avoided with a simple "Hello, Ms. Harshwhinny" or even a "Ms. Harshwhinny?", or even flagging her down by writing the word "Harshwhinny" on a simple piece of paper. However, [[spoiler:However, if the plot didn't happen the way it did, the Crystal Empire may never have been the ones to host the games.]]
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