Pinky Pie takes her friends' apparent avoidance of her personally to a manic degree.

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Rarity / Cup Cake (voice)
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Pinkie Pie (singing voice)
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Pinky Pie takes her friends' apparent avoidance of her personally to a manic degree.

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dancing | party | birthday party | farm | See All (4) »


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29 April 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is the first episode to feature Pinkie Pie's popular alter Ego Pinkamena. Although basically just Pinkie with her hair down and crazier than usual, most Bronies and fans like to think of her as a whole different personality to Pinkie. She would not appear again until the Season 3 season finale. See more »

Quotes

Pinkie Pie: The more I think think about it, the more those are starting to sound like... EXCUSES!
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Connections

References Saturday Night Fever (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

My Little Pony Theme Song
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Written by Daniel Ingram
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A Pinkie Pie episode that stands on four hooves, and delivers!
18 December 2011 | by (Chicago, IL) – See all my reviews

Up until this point, Pinkie Pie has often been related to the oddball of the ponies. With 'Party of One,' the writers finally give her a story arc (almost) all to herself.

After throwing a great party that her friends compliment her on, she immediately sets out to throw an after-party the next day...only to find her friends making excuses, and doing something they don't want to include her in.

The scenario still leaves plenty of room for Pinkie Pie to be a little 'odd,' but it also feels like one of the first times we've gotten to spend more time with her, and her thought processes.

This leads to a moment near the end of the episode that is really quite memorable (so much so that it sparked a rather dark fan-fiction about Pinkie...but that's all I'll say about that). With the other Pony characters, we've seen how they can be level-headed much of the time, but this episode is rare in its analysis of Pinkie Pie and her fun-loving attitude.


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