It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester!
This week's review is in phrase form. You can piece the episode together on your own.
Is that a tranny?
If the Cutie Mark Crusaders are also the A-Team, Scootaloo is Mr. T
Obvious pranksters are obvious
“Cutie Mark Crybabies,” yeah, that's original
No but really what's up with Babs's voice? Is she from Brooklyn?
Pinkie Pie has a giant lettuce float, not to be confused with the giant zucchini float, which looks sorta like a whale
All the lettuce puns are cracking the Res up. "Let us in!" "Don't leave me!" You get the idea.
Wow, MLP, getting all up in that child psychology.
Truth bomb: even if you get picked on, if you pick on people you're still a dick.
This is the darkest timeline.
“This is what Rarity uses for her emergency edible boots.” Really, Sweetie Belle?
Hipster Sweetie Belle was into life being ironic before anypony even knew the definition of irony.
Cutie Mark Crusaders = cult
Having a fourth Crusader kind of throws off the Powerpuff dynamic
This is what happens when the Doc and the Res watch this in the same room, instead of in separate time zones. They talk... a lot. Also, the most important hand egg game of the season is on, so we're a little preoccupied.
In conclusion, GO BUCKEYES!
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