He wiped away his tears and looked at Rainbow Dash, he smiled and covered up her peaceful face with the blanket. Oh, look, Rainbow Dash took someone's feelings into account. After Rainbow Dash saves her from falling over a waterfall, Scootaloo admits her fears to Rainbow Dash. The pets then cooperate and stay quiet until the Express returns to Ponyville where Spike happily returns the pets to their owners. Oh, uh, but it's absolutely worth it to get to spend time with my little sister. This pleases me, not only because it's my favorite episode, but because. There is not a single line of dialogue that feels out of place and it all flows really well and seamlessly.
It serves as both character development for her and a nice treat for us, because now we know exactly how far her power can reach. The exchange between Sweetie Belle and Rarity is hilarious and ends with heart-attack-inducing adorable results. Harshwhinny, hoping to have the city host the next Equestria Games. And then Scootaloo was hay. This is, however, one of the best moments of the entire episode.
No, scratch that, I really loved it. Unfortunately, Spike finds the task daunting than he expected and has no time to mix the gems into his cake in which ends up spending his gems as an attempt to restrain the pets. As it stands, it's a frustrating, sloppy attempt at world-building and developing Luna. If we don't get a move on, it'll be dark before we get to the campsite! Only too late does Twilight realize that the missing Crystal Heart is the centerpiece of the fair and a necessary artifact to protect the city. She summons Twilight Sparkle and directs her to join her friends, Princess Cadance, and Shining Armor at the empire to help protect it as a test of her abilities. But, say, the name of the Alicorn Amulet could have been changed without affecting the plot or even its design. Never having had a friend before in his life, Discord is stricken with grief as he realizes that he truly does value Fluttershy's friendship and does not want to lose it.
If there are flaws in this episode they are not big enough for me to point them out. Part of a continuing plot in this season is a journey that Twilight Sparkle undertakes that ultimately leads to her to be named a Princess in the , which includes becoming an. This gives us a fairly funny but quite pointless sequence of Scootaloo riding her scooter while falling asleep the whole time. Princess Luna: I am the princess of the night. Heh, but not me, heh! The interactions between Rainbow Dash, Rarity and Applejack are great. But her clones soon make it impossible for Pinkie Pie to be with any of her friends at all.
Soon enough the scene gets assaulted by Scootaloo, her scooter and some awesome guitar riffs as she drives down the street causing quite less havoc than in previous episodes. When she does so, Twilight is teleported by the Elements to an ethereal place, where Princess Celestia congratulates her on completing her journey, and helps her transform into an and crowns her as a new princess. You know how important it is to stretch out those hindquarters every so often, aheh. Soarin' moaned, this is taking forever, he thought, but right then and there, the announcer replied you are free to go. We've got to get to that campsite before dark. Is there some reason why? But they must be faced, or the nightmares will continue.
First time I heard those stories. This is how Nightmare Moon was born. There are few characters out there that can make setting up a campfire look as cool as she does. Maybe I could get my big sis to invite Rainbow Dash, and then you could come, too! The excited fillies and colts scooted toward Big Macintosh and Sweetie Bell walked toward Scootaloo, still smiling, and sat next to her in the large hay pile. I'm not saying that bringing back Trixie in the first place was fanservice. When he stopped, he realized something, one of his prayers were answered, she did go painlessly and drifted off into her dreams.
Scootaloo nodded, also wiping away her tears and helped Big Macintosh back to the barn. You have to have been in that situation to know how it feels like, and I have been way too many times, even recently. Sweetie Belle voices her wanting to go too, as she declares that Rarity loves camping, which is followed by a precision strike cut to Rarity saying how much she hates camping because of all the nature. She trips and falls down a slope, and when she turns around there stands a horse, its head missing. Is The Headless Horse really what frightens you the most? Everypony must face them in their own way.
The show follows a studious unicorn pony named Twilight Sparkle as her mentor Princess Celestia guides her to learn about friendship in the town of Ponyville. However, Dash is all shades of upset with Scoots, as she shouts at her for running away into the dark forest. By the end of the episode, her wish. Even more so considering it's shown Rainbow Dash really does care about Scootaloo like her little sister, so you can't really blame her for yelling at the filly. The other ponies voice their concerns to the increasingly jumpy filly the next day, but Scootaloo plays it cool, unwilling to admit to her fears in front of Rainbow Dash. I have a brilliant idea! Rarity: That's so sweet, thank you.
Anonymous You want to know why this episode wins for me? She looks up to Rainbow Dash like a role model, and seeing that Dash is so brave and bold she wants to be exactly the same. During this whole episode we see how Sweetie Belle and Applebloom both have a big sister to look up to, one who will defend them when they are scared or worried. On the count of three, I get those branches. I have to major gripes with this episode: 1. Thank you for reading along with me, guys.