On April Fools' Day of 2011, Sonic Paradox, the creators of Sonic F, put up what was supposed to be the sixth episode of their series but was instead an Abridged Series treatment of the first episode of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. There were a lot of annoyed fans, but a staggering number of amused ones as well...So much so, that the creators decided to turn it into a full-fledged Abridged Series, and My Little Pony: Camaraderie Is Supernatural was born.Like all the other abridged series, this one has been blocked from Youtube in the United States on copyright grounds. You can currently find the series on blip.com (The series' website, http://elementsofparody.com/, is now defunct.)
Expy: Rainbow Dash for Sonic the Hedgehog. She's derived from multiple versions of the character: she shares a voice actor with the Sonic F incarnation, classic Sonic sound effects play when she does just about anything, and she even quotes the theme song from Sonic Sat AM as it plays. No surprise her element is that of The Homage.
This also makes her Equestria's equivalent to Jesus, according to The Doctor.
Freeze-Frame Bonus: For a less-than-a-second moment around 2:48 in episode 3, right after Applejack's comment regarding Capcom and Apple Bloom's aggressive marketing, this comment flashes on the screen:
The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of Camaraderie is Supernatural cast and crew. However, we eagerly anticipate the longest day of the thousandth year, in which the stars shall aid in Mega Man Volnutt's escape from his orbiting lunar prison.
Genre Savvy: Fluttershy, apparently. After the battle with the manticore:
Twilight Sparkle: Wait, what did you do? Fluttershy: Thorn in his paw; it pays to know your classic Aesop from time to time.
Twilight Sparkle: What do you take me for, an idiot?! Applejack: As tempting as it is to give the obvious answer, I need you to trust me.
Screw Destiny: The entire point of the Cutie Mark Correcters in Episode 3.
Self-Deprecation: In the Audio Commentary for episode 1, Mystic Pyro Freak openly admitted that she came up with the idea of Applejack slipping accents to make fun of the fact that she couldn't keep a consistent one.
Pinkie saying she's in "a crappy parody series done by a talent-less hack."
Nightmare Moon's intro has her ridicule the idea of a parody series as legitimate comedy.
Since when does such nonsensical, unfunny tripe qualify as comedy?
Stealth Pun: After the RPG battle in episode 2, Rainbow Dash levels up and gets +19 coolness, which prompts her to complain "Aw, crap! Just short!" Assuming she had 100 coolness before, one more point would have made her 20% cooler.
Straight Man: Fluttershy's role in the series, given that this is the Element of Parody she embodies.
Part of Apple Bloom's "eighties training montage" in episode 3 involves a nod to Punch-Out!!.
Suspiciously Specific Denial: Celestia's letter to Twilight in the first episode includes the claim that her being sent to Ponyville "totally isn't a thinly-veiled Batman Gambit meant to prevent the impending pony apocalypse. For serious."