One of the best episodes of the series, taking a common, cliched message, and spinning it in a way that is not only more interesting, but far more realistic and relateable.
A great bit of characterization for Rarity, and some awesome bits with Spike make this a super fun ride.
This episode is fantastic. It has nearly everything that makes a great FiM episode. Not to mention it expands on both Rainbow Dash and Rarity in a significant fashion.
Brilliant character development, a direct AND a subtle moral, an incredible song, and drop dead stunning vocal performances?
Yeah, this episode has it all.
An episode that focuses solely on character development for 22 minutes? Sign me up.