When Fluttershy becomes tired of being pushed around for too long, she decides to seek some assertiveness training from a self-help guru named Iron Will.
Did You Know?
Iron Will's character appears to be inspired by actor Lawrence Tureaud, aka Mr. T
, and other characters of the "Macho Man" archetype. The inspiration extends to the former using the latter's famous "I pity the fool" catchphrase. See more
[serving a line of customers at Sugarcube Corner with Rarity
Who's next, please, and what can I get for you today?
[Fluttershy walks up to the back of the line, behind Daisy, only to be rudely cut in front of by Linky
What do you think you're doing? Didn't you see me?
Uh, I guess maybe.
"Maybe"? "Maybes are for babies!"
[she growls, hits Linky, spins her around, and yells in her face
Now go to the back of the line where you belong!
[...] See more
References Gone with the Wind
The Lonely Man
Music by Joseph Harnell
Arranged by William Anderson See more