Trivia / Ultra Fast Pony

  • Development Gag:
    • In "Rocks, Clocks, and Two Stupid Ponies", Pinkie says "I was going to say something, but I forgot it." Wacarb really did have a different joke planned for that scene, and he forget it.
    • Wacarb recorded one joke for "How to Control Freaks"—about the Unfortunate Implications of only the pegasi getting tied up—but wound up unable to use it because he couldn't find good footage play the joke over, and the episode was running long anyway. Much later, he actually used the joke in "The Longest Recap", for the recap of "How to Control Freaks":
    Fluttershy: Why do I have to be tied up?
    Rarity: Yeah, why does she get to be tied up?
  • Fake Nationality: The mane six all have distinct accents:
    • Twilight Sparkle: American
    • Spike: um...German?
    • Applejack: Irish
    • Rainbow Dash: Valley Girl (She claims to be Swahili, but this is Rainbow Dash] we're talking about)
    • Rarity: Australian (Purposley done very baddly by a real Austrailian)
    • Pinkie Pie: New Zealander
    • Fluttershy: (Offensively) Black American
  • Harpo Does Something Funny: As described in the "Behind The Scenes" video, Wacarb doesn't write or plan any of Rainbow Dash's lines. He just gets in front of the mic and says the first thing to pop into his head. It's his way of method acting, because Rainbow Dash doesn't know what she's saying, either.
  • Meaningful Release Date: "Pirate Shipping", in which the cast celebrates Heartsgiving, went live on November 28, 2013—the same day as that year's American Thanksgiving.
  • Talking to Himself: Wacarb does all the voices.
    • It's literally easier to list the the characters Wacarb doesn't voice: DJ 3-Pones (in "The Longest Wedding") is voiced by Viva "IMMATOONLINK" Reverie, and Tirek (in "The Longest What Now?" and "The Longest Battle") is voiced by Jack Getschman.
  • Trolling Creator: A Very UFP Christmas Special!