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Take away the serious, good vs. evil plots. Take away the interesting fantasy world the ponies lived in. Take away Megan and her special relationship with the magical ponies. Take away the appeal that horses have for girls, by turning the ponies into people that wear backpacks instead of saddles and run around on their hind legs. Add too much humanization of the pony characters so that there is no point in their being ponies. And worst of all...Add all the mundane stories that can be found in EVERY OTHER kids show on TV !!
Equals: Dumbed Down Version of an earlier GOOD SHOW, but this one is just some stereotypical, unoriginal cartoon that almost no little girls liked, because it had no real suspense or drama, and was no longer about horses.
"Oh, I have a crush on so-and-so from math class, and he doesn't know it yet!! Please don't tell him!" "I procrastinated on my HOMEWORK and now I have to stay up till midnight to finish it ! What lesson have I learned from this??" "I was supposed to babysit, but I went to a rock concert instead and let my parents down!! Oh, I feel terrible !" "I want to save up my allowance to buy X, but I keep spending it on candy! HowEVER will I afford X??" Blah blah blah, Little Guy vs. Bully episode, Crash Dieting episode, Hanging out with the popular kids and what did we learn from that, I'm still beautiful INSIDE even though I'm not as pretty as so-and-so, I'm going to be in the school play isn't that exciting, I just got an afterschool job and now I don't have time to do my assignments and I'm going to have to learn a lesson from it....
Who the hell cares? If boring "Modern 90's Kid" plots interest you, see "Full House" "Growing Pains" or any other typical show. This is truly an embarrassment to everything "My Little Pony" was.
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