My Little Pony: Can this friendship you speak of dance?

Okay, everypony, I am quite clearly failing at this weekly pony review business, but we only have two episodes after today’s review so hopefully I won’t mess that up. Cut to reviews:

Hurricane Fluttershy: Fluttershy is *gasp* shy and doesn’t like flying in front of the other ponies. Rainbow Dash needs Fluttershy to generate rain clouds, but gives her a pass once Fluttershy starts crying every five seconds. Day of the big event, Fluttershy’s strength is needed since every other pony decided to get sick. Because of Fluttershy, Cloudsdale gets the water it needs to generate rain clouds. Yay!

Spike was the least sensitive dragon ever this episode. Next time, we will expect more from you. But I guess Rainbow somehow absorbed all of Spike’s sensitivity because she was strangely alright with not having Fluttershy fly, which is unlike her. Also, that gym pony. Oh, that gym pony.

Quote of the episode:

This is an anemometer. It measures your accelerative velocity and translates it into wing power, thus gauging your cumulative H2O anti-gravitational potential. Any other questions?
—Twilight Sparkle

Ponyville Confidential: The Cutie Mark Crusaders are at it again, this time with journalism. After ethical stories didn’t exactly work, they get assigned to the gossip column. Then they start making up some pretty hurtful gossip, which pisses everypony off. In the end, they apologize to everypony through their column and they still don’t get their cutie marks.

Not much to say, except Rarity is a total sucker for gossip that doesn’t talk about her. Who finds that surprising? Nopony, obviously. That and Diamond Tiara still thinks her shit is ice cream.

Quote of the episode:

You should be ashamed of yourself, humiliatin’ your sister ‘n’ me like that. We don’t wanna talk to any o’ y’all right now, so take your little gossip column and your embarrassing photographs and just go away!
—Big Mac in his biggest line yet!

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