Probably because he wants to know if it is okay to ship them. Them getting over their fights with each other through reading friendship lessons endeared them to the mane cast and the audience, becoming the only truly nice characters introduced in the episode. It takes time for them to develop and change. Twilight considers following Celestia's example by sending Starlight to study away from Ponyville, and she becomes fraught with worry as she shows Celestia various scenarios of Starlight's studies that all end in disaster. Larson, it was Spike who acted as the for the group, but in the actual episode this role is given to Starlight Glimmer.
But of course, Larson had to lob some tomatoes at himself. I did not find not resolving the actual real issues they are facing that are ruining their lives 'funny'. Anyone wanting to shut me down right now has the world's easiest method right at their fingertips. Zecora gives Rarity specially made shampoo, but Rarity accidentally takes an identical remover potion intended for Pinkie's mess instead, and she loses most of her mane in the shower. Yes, I've watched some episodes out of order. Some fans have also pointed out that a lot of Starlight's dialogue, as well as her general role in this episode, seems to fit Spike better, and argue that he should have been there instead of her. So I don't really feel like the two were redundant because they were approaching things from different directions.
The three other princesses reassure her that she will find her role. Fluttershy had become more assertive and could stand up to Discord, Rainbow Dash got into the Wonderbolts remember, Wonderbolts Academy ended with the implication that she was up to snuff for the team , Twilight completed her arc, Applejack's arc was actually more or less dealt with in season 2 her arc, incidentally, was understanding that she could rely on others just as others relied on her , and Pinkie Pie didn't really ever have an arc. How does Rarity just 'ignore till it goes away' her business being ruined? A related but separate problem affects the adventure episodes: power creep. After finally growing annoyed with Rarity and leaving her, Sweetie Belle joins Apple Bloom and Scootaloo in helping another filly, Zipporwhill, reconnect with her pet dog, who has similarly grown disinterested in playing with her. I was at BronyCon last weekend I cannot help but feel that despite there not being as many people as there were the last two years, there was still a feeling of great positivity even if it was mostly negative outside the Baltimore Convention Center. Did the meta work for you, or was it too meta for your tastes? In a case of situational irony, the friendship lessons that were intended to bring ponies together are instead pushing them apart. After the reconciliation, the family gathers to honor their parents.
I mean, you can blast a stormcloud, but that only keeps it at bay for so long. They were all silent as the mane six glared at them all. Twilight Sparkle comes across two fillies named Toola Roola and Coconut Cream arguing and throwing food at each other. It's the worst episode of season seven, and it's also Larson's worst script, and the tragic part is that it didn't have to be! But since most of her lessons revolved around the idea that friends are like family, she is unable to turn away all the fans who have gathered around Sweet Apple Acres, wanting to be part of her family too. . I feel like they're running out of stories to tell with the main six.
Larson, Daniel Ingram Ball Rainbow Dash, Applejack , Libman Fluttershy , Chan-Kent Pinkie Pie , Evans Rarity - Twilight runs from each of her friends to another, only to discover that their cutie marks have been switched and that they all struggle with their new situation. Not saying there are not eps that have issues, but few have any major continuity flaws that can't just be chalked up to simple mistakes, and none that cause any major issues. This argument is only helped up by one of the writers saying that his original draft of the episode actually had Spike instead of Starlight, as the script was written before Starlight had her. And it's clearly not working, so maybe they should move on. I was always taught to italicize the show title and quote-offset episodes. You all really are the best friends a dragon could ask for.
The ponies share adventures and help out other residents of Ponyville, while working out the troublesome moments in their own friendships. Celestia breaks into laughter, admitting that she had the same anxieties over sending Twilight away out of fear of growing distant from her student. It all just got worse as the ponies all gathered at the castle, arguing over which was the best in the journal. You are a princess after all. After Twilight apologizes to the passengers and Star Tracker, they agree to respect her boundaries and turn against Iron Will for manipulating them and almost ruining their time together, forcing him to abandon the cruise and allowing Twilight to spend the rest of her vacation in peace. In fact, it seems most of Ponyville has forgotten they all have that have saved Equestria several times. Rarity, Rainbow, and Fluttershy weren't done yet, Twilight got a new arc, and Applejack and Pinkie were pretty much fulfilled from the beginning.
Yearling has announced her retirement from writing the Daring Do book series, thus ending her adventures as the titular hero. After successfully treating Zecora and herself, Fluttershy apologizes for her impulsiveness, and has learned to do things carefully and logically. Twilight gladly accepts the chance to spend time with her niece, despite her commitment to visiting sick foals at the hospital. It just stops, with the Mane Six having been shut inside the castle, and the massive pony crowd outside still arguing. Of course, this episode is critique-proof. They return to the castle to find Twilight spending quality time with her while Spike takes Twilight's place at the hospital.
Just because the Aesop is the main point of the show doesn't make it the only point!!! When I saw all of them arguing with each other, I tried to break it up. And so far season seven has done away with adventure episodes, probably for this exact reason. When she tells Applejack and Big McIntosh about it, they tell her about a long-standing feud between the Apple and Pear families that Granny Smith refuses to talk about. I can't really speak to the season 6 finale, because I still haven't seen it. The Mane Six are okay with this, and decide they shouldn't let what other ponies say or think of them affect them.