Pokemon: The Black & White Adventure: 14 year old Hilda is a Pokemon Trainer with a secret: she can talk to Pokemon. After setting off into Unova with her starter, she gets involved in the affairs of Team Plasma and becomes acquainted with N, a mysterious guy her age with the exact same abilities as her. While enjoying her life, a tangled web of mystery is weaved around her and the reveal may shock her beyond belief...
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There wasn't a lot of hype around this week's episode. Applejack and CMC episodes seem to do the worse when it comes to pulling in the viewers, so I can't imagine a lot of people getting excited about the prospect of them being together. Instead of taking a break this week I soldiered on and ... it was pretty bad.
This reminds me of when I first started to watch pony. Back before I knew a lot about the show I made a lot of assumptions. One of them being that Applebloom was Applejack's daughter. They seem to have closer to that dynamic than a sisterly one like Rarity and Sweetie Belle have. Considering that I thought I might enjoy that type of interaction. I would've ... if they hadn't run the joke into the ground. I liked the dynamic they had in Sisterhooves Social more.
The Chimera was a neat. I think I would've enjoyed seeing Applebloom handle that on her own more though. She was pretty much out of the swamp by time Applejack came. I was really obvious that she only stopped just so Applejack could have a moment doing ... pretty much what she did in Spike at your Service where she was in the reverse situation. I guess you don't learn anything if the moral wasn't directed to you.
Oh, and also canonical pony socks.
When I saw Applejack with the double helmets in this episode, that sort of reminded me of Scootaloo. Also, the writers really kind of obviously made the monster in this one a metaphor for how Applejack was behaving.