Oh, boy. Well, if I missed anything here (hint, hint), then Sweetie Belle’s routine definitely had me blinking my eyes for a while.:
Rarity: I despise camping! All of that— (groaning in disgust) – nature.
Sweetie Belle: Applejack’s going with her little sister, but… (more sadly) you know, if you don’t want to spend time with me… (squeaking sadly with massive eyes)
Rarity: Oh, all right.
Sweetie Belle: (smiling in gratitude)
I couldn’t help wondering just how much stuff those two sisters brought with them, but at least it worked out just fine for everypony involved. For my part, I figured that this may very well have been the first time that I’d pondered this particular scenario as attentively as I was, and Luna’s appearance – and bit of wisdom – I found a cheerful surprise. Especially striking to me in the case of those aforementioned reflections were the absences of the four ponies I usually relate to most, which might have made this episode something of a breather, so to speak.
Babylon 5, Codename: Kids Next Door, 24, and now, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I am many things at once, and many people might have different opinions about little, old me. If freedom is my main idea, then harmony, individuality, and modernization are the three attributes I now sense and track. Those three attributes and that idea combined to make the United States of America a great global superpower and Pearlshipping and Wishfulshipping great Pokémon couples, and now, they've combined to make those four shows truly great television programs to me. I will enjoy enthusiastically supporting the Equestrian ponies' adventures for peace, for humankind, for the future.