Applejack and the family decide one day that little Apple Bloom is old enough to stay by herself for the day while . But along the way, Applejack gets overly worried about her sister’s safety and thus puts her under 24/7 surveillance.
But when Applejack takes her over-protection way too far, Apple Bloom can’t take it anymore. Thus, she decides to prove her maturity to Applejack by delivering the pies herself. But is that really true? Especially with all the genuine out-of-nowhere dangers along the way?
In “Three’s a Crowd”, Fluttershy was granted permission to study the adorable fairy folk called the Breezies. So now, let’s ignore that plot point and move on to something different.
The Breezies are going through Ponyville on their trek home to Western Equestria. But when a group of Breezies get blown off course (literally), they stay at Fluttershy’s house to regain their strength. But between the Breezies’ new-found laziness, and Seabreeze’s rude insistence that they continue their trek before their portal closes, Fluttershy’s kindness might end up doing more harm than good.
Sorry I’m late. Just finished defeating the monkey man and saving the 8th dimension.
The Cutie Mark Crusaders have taken up studies with Twilight, which are going nowhere. Meanwhile, Diamond Tiara is showing off her (butler’s) “acrobatic skills” to the other foals. When she mockingly invites the Crusaders to Manehatten to hang out with , she angrily retorts that they don’t need to because they have Twilight to hang out with.
Which wouldn’t be such a big deal if Twilight wasn’t a princess.
And so, the girls are goaded into inviting Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon over to Twilight Time. Turns out they have a good time over at Golden Oaks (not because of the Crusaders, of course.) So much so, they tell everypony about it. Now they all want in on Twilight Time…
The girls are shocked by a stunning revelation: Fluttershy can sing, and sing really well. In fact, the only reason she’s not in the Ponytones, Ponyville’s premiere a-capella quartet, is because she has stage fright. Regardless, though, she truly enjoys the group and are glad they’re performing for the Animal Adoption Festival.
Too bad Big Macintosh, the group’s baritone, lost his voice in a Turkey-calling Contest.
It’s thus up to Fluttershy to save the Ponytones. But since she’s more of a soprano and Big Mac’s more of a Bass, they resurrect Flutterguy from “Bridal Gossip” and pull a “Singing in the Rain” by hiding her backstage and performing Big Macintosh’s part. But like in real life, you can only pull off an act for so long.
Rarity has just received one of Ponyville’s highest honors: Organizer and Pony of Ceremonies of the Ponyville Days Festival, the town’s annual anniversary of its founding. And her theme, Small Town Chique, is sure to wow everypony over. But there is one pony in particular Rarity’s focused on impressing: Trenderhoof, world famous travel writer and Apple of Rarity’s eyes. But all is not well when somepony else ends up being the apple of Tenderhoof’s eye: Applejack.
Yeah, yeah, I know, I stink at puns.
Tenderhoof is more enamored by Applejack because she fits the rustic, country lifestyle, which is what he loves above all. So Rarity does what she does best: adopt a rustic lifestyle to please Tenderhoof, going so far as to change the entire festival’s theme to do it.
You can imagine how pleased Applejack is about that…
With Rainbow Dash’s birthiversary coming up, #1 Party Planner Pinkie Pie (try saying that five times fast) is in charge of throwing her the biggest bash Equestria’s ever seen. Pinkie makes a promise to Rainbow Dash to ensure that happens. But matters become muddled when the elustrious and mysterious Cheese Sandwich (played by guest star “Weird Al” Yankovic) arrives and shows off his partying skills. What’s more, he impresses all of Ponyville so much, that not only does Rainbow forget about her deal with Pinkie, but everyone else forgets all about her as well.
Pinkie is left to question her partying abilities, but her pride won’t let her get Madame LeFlower again, and so challenges Cheese Sandwich to the ultimate all-out party war: a Goof-Off. Who shall be victorious? What is Cheese Sandwich up to? Why are these songs so darn good?!?
Grab your accordion and your pet hampster and make yourself a big balogna sandwich, because either way, this is gonna be a big one.
Twilight is greeted one day with some wonderful news: Princess Out-of-the-blue, er I mean, Princess Cadence is coming over to Ponyville for a friendly visit over the weekend. Twilight is so looking forward to finally spending some real quality time with her old foalsitter.
So naturally, Discord decides to choose now to get sick.
As his demands get more and more outrageous and Twilight’s quality time with Cadence (and her patience) grows thinner and thinner, can anything be done before things go all “Can You Spare a Dime”? Let’s watch the fun.
With preparations for the Equestria Games in full swing, Rainbow Dash and her Ponyville team arrive in the titular location for the qualifiers. There, it quickly becomes apparent that compared to the other teams, the Ponyville team…how do I put this delicately, …they suck phoenix eggs. But with Rainbow leading the pack, they might stand a chance. Matters become complicated however, when Spitfire, captain of the Cloudsdale team, offers her a position on her elite team, one that would all but guarantee her place in the Games.
Rainbow Dash is thus faced with a tough choice: stay with the Ponyville team and give it an actual fighting chance, or choose the Cloudsdale Team and fly with her greatest heroes.
Welcome to "X Days Until Season 4", wherein I once counted down until the 4th Season of My Little Pony with screenshots of all the previously aired episodes. Now's it's your source for those Season 4 episodes.