There are two possible interpretations of the obvious reference to the fandom in this episode, and I don't want to jump to the wrong conclusions. Depending on what it is, this is either another sensational episode, or one that possibly spells the end of the fandom.
Obviously, they're referencing the more obnoxious fans who complain about everything and miss the whole point of the show, who let the little things bug them and can't enjoy it for what it is.
So, they could be trying to send a message about how ridiculous those fans are, and let off a little steam because they're tired of it.
However, another interpretation is that they are trying to get rid of the fandom, basically saying "Take off, we're not writing for you anymore. Which is und…Read more >
Just so I'm not flooding the articles' comments section every time I change my mind on something, which I seem to be doing a lot lately, this will be the blog to post comments on when I do, so that only those who are interested can read them.
At the time I wrote this:
The Movie - Will read the book and see what happens. If it doesn't sound like it'll be fun or satisfying, I won't see it in theaters. MIGHT give it a chance once it's on Netflix, just to be sure.
Season 7 - I'll probably see it through to the end. The idea that it MIGHT not be a two-part finale so it can end on November 11th means that my greatest fear for the series might not come true. Probably just a one-part involving Starlight.
Queen Chrysalis - Based on the above-mentioned fi…Read more >
The movie and Season 7. I know I said I wouldn't, but I changed my mind, and here's why.
Two days ago, was Canada Day. And, like America gets fireworks on Independence Day, we get fireworks on Canada Day, and watching them reminded me how much I love light shows like that, so I'm going to see Season 7 to the end with the faintest glimmer of
starlighthope that there will be one in the season finale, to go with a final defeat for Chrysalis. If I find she's not in it before new episodes come on, I'll change my mind again coz the only episode that sounds fun is Triple Threat, because of Ember.
As for the movie... I've told many people about MLP, and the only two who didn't believe me at first - one of which was my brother - told me to go see the …Read more >
No matter how good any ages of MLP has been, there was always something about it that it shouldn't be.
Age 1: G1
This show was more than you'd expect for the first TV series based on a line of toys aimed at little girls. It begins with a dark and menacing villain named Tirek who is surprisingly violent and ends up like many Disney villains around that time. Though animated movies would do this, it was rare for TV cartoons in the 1980's to.
Yet, obviously this show wasn't that popular or else people would have remembered it in the time of Friendship is Magic and used it to say MLP can be good. Obviously no one gave it a chance coz the line of toys had a reputation around the name.
Age 2: My Little Pony Tales
Here MLP lost all appeal to…Read more >
I would highly recommend it. They're a lot like MLP - Mostly suitable for the kids yet containing scenes or references that you only get when you're older. Having seen lots of them when I was younger, I got to experience those moments where you understand some of the stuff for the first time that you don't get when you're younger. All in all, fun for all viewers unless they just don't like animated. (Which I'm sure isn't a problem for anypony here)
Anyway, it seems a lot of people here haven't seen any animated Disney movies based on certain comments I've been seeing (usually on King Sombra's page), so here's some recommendations, if you can find them:
- Aladdin (and you'd probably better see its sequel, Return of Jafar, as well: it's not quite a…