*It's comes to my attention that you haven't done a My Little Pony review since August, Creeper.
*If I don't receive the review, I'll reset the world.
*And CORRUPT it.
Alright alright, fine Chara (stupid kids).
It's been a while guys.
And now comes the review of the September episodes, well, almost.
I didn't watch Buckball Season yet, as well as Dungeons & Discord yet. Maybe when they come on Netflix, I will.
But now, we turn to reviews.
The Fault in Our Cutie Marks
Okay, I think I need to turn my head a bit.
Why in gods name is this episode about a Griffon trying to get a cutie mark?
Was this intended? Sure, but it probably doesn't work right when you say it.
Now this episode would be good, if it weren't for Gabby. I mean, seriously, she's just a griffon that wants a cutie mark. Is that the friendship lesson? Is that what the episode wanted to do? Let me check...hmm...found it.
"Gabby, finding your special purpose doesn't have to be about being good at something. It's about feeling good about something inside."
Really? Even Crusaders of the Lost Mark did it better than what I just witness.
And the song. Wonderful. Not.
Replay value: 2/10
No-Rarity: 0/10 (I saw Rarity)
Final score: 4/10
Viva Las Pegasus
"This game sucks"
That is how I would explain this episode.
What the hell did I watch? I liked the way on how we get to see Las Pegasus for the first time, but what happened with this episode? I can't even explain this all up.
Let me summarize this...uh...Applejack and Fluttershy goes to Las Pegasus for a friendship problem, and this pony representing Elvis Presley tells them to take a tour to see if there's any issues.
So after all of that, Flim and Flam get into an argument, and then I realized that I wasn't watching a great MLP episode.
So then the performers get into some serious issues, and then Applejack and Fluttershy makes a deal with Flim and Flam to break the secrets of the Elvis pony (or was his name Gladmane?) to everyone. Fluttershy gets into a disguise and Gladmane finds out instantly, so when they both got into his office, he tells his secrets to the public, gets caught, and Flim and Flam takes over yadah yadah boom.
The friendship lesson is the worst part of this episode. Take a listen:
"Whether we were able to fool you or not, you can't just go on keeping ponies from getting along! It's just... mean!"
"If it weren't for your history with Flim and Flam, you never would've been so determined to find somepony else to help, and we never would have found out what Gladmane was doing."
"And if it weren't for you wantin' to show even those two con-ponies kindness, we never would have been able to trick the trickster."
Okay, the friendship lesson have gone to zero. That's too cryptic for me. And they were DETERMINED to do so? Did Chara stabbed them in the back with DETERMINATION?
*What did you say?
Nothing Chara, I was just saying...
*If you dare offend me one more time, I'll reset the world and corrupt it. Understand?
Fine! Geez, don't get pushy with me Chara.
In conclusion, this episode is just like Made in Manehattan. They're both confusing.
Replay value: 1/10
Final score: 3/10
Every Little Thing She Does
This is why Starlight should get an episode on her.
Every Little Thing She Does is all about impressing Twilight? Come on, are you going to use the Mane 6 to make this impression great again? I mean come on, Rarity is at it again!
It's about Starlight baking a cake with Pinkie Pie, sorting images with Applejack, sewing with Rarity, chillax with Rainbow Dash, and help animals with Fluttershy.
Starlight, you have a problem. And that's why so many people hate Starlight huh? I'm not going into the bandwagon, but hey, at least the comedy was decent.
But not the friendship lesson.
Replay value: 6/10
Final score: 7/10
So, I'll see you next time with P.P.O.V. (Pony Point of View). Heard it had Rarity. I'm not going to like. See ya!