A griffon friend of Rainbow Dash comes to visit, but proves to be a cruel bully.

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A griffon friend of Rainbow Dash comes to visit, but proves to be a cruel bully.

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griffon | old friend | dancing | See All (3) »


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12 November 2010 (USA)  »

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Fluttershy states she is one year older than Pinkie Pie in this episode. See more »

Quotes

Rainbow Dash: You know, this is *not* how I thought my old friend would treat my *new* friends. If "being cool" is all you care about, then maybe you should find some "new cool friends" someplace else.
Gilda: Yeah? Well... You... You... You are such a-a-a "Flip-Flop"! Cool one minute, and lame the next. When you decide not to be lame anymore, give me a call...
[she walks out the door]
Rainbow Dash: *Not* cool...
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References The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour (1985) See more »

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Junior Speedsters Chant
Lyrics by Cindy Morrow
Background music by William Anderson
Performed by Ashleigh Ball and Maryke Hendrikse
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Breaks the rules, in a bad way
8 October 2011 | by (Washington, DC) – See all my reviews

One of the reasons MLP:FiM is so superior to, say, earlier incarnations of My Little Pony, is that the plot of each episode isn't about some boring bad guy or scary thing, but is about the ponies - their characters and their relationships.

Everything in a MLP:FiM episode serves two purposes: It advances the story, and it develops the characters and their relationships with each other.

Well, this episode breaks that rule, spending its time showing us how nasty this Gryphon is. Yawn. And that's why it's the weakest of MLP:FiM season 1.


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