An episode that finally breaks the trend of a static Fluttershy, ignoring her normal timid nature, and instead showing her in her element, caring for woodland creatures. Unfortunately, strong elements of generic slapstick comedy keep this episode from soaring as high as it otherwise could.
Feeling Pinkie Keen is an episode that is a lot of fun, with some great back and forth between Pinkie and Twilight. Unfortunately, the moral of the episode was handled in a way that made it easy to misinterpret, and as a result, hampers the strengths of this episode.
A great episode that gives some solid character development for both Rainbow and AJ, expanding on their pension for athleticism and their healthy rivalry.
The Indoctrination completion episode. With Winter Wrap Up, all the elements that make FiM such a great show are finally in place, and the series truly begins to start becoming a fantastic piece of all ages media.
An episode that focuses solely on character development for 22 minutes? Sign me up.
Despite some weird behavior from our Mane cast, Boast Busters is a really fun episode, introducing oneof the best side characters the series has produced, and shows us a new side to Twilight that we hadn’t yet been aware of.
Far and away Applejack’s best appearance. An incredibly good episode where FiM really starts to pick up steam, showcasing the full range of AJ’s character.
Unfortunately for her, that’s exactly the problem.