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The Last Crusade 

Unexpected visitors to Ponyville threaten to break up the Cutie Mark Crusaders forever! Will the Crusaders stay together or will they be forced to learn a valuable lesson about friendship?

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Denny Lu, Mike Myhre | 1 more credit »

Writer:

Nicole Dubuc
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Episode cast overview:
Madeleine Peters Madeleine Peters ... Scootaloo (voice)
Michelle Creber ... Apple Bloom (voice)
Bill Newton Bill Newton ... Snap Shutter (voice)
Claire Margaret Corlett ... Sweetie Belle (voice)
Emily Tennant ... Mane Allgood (voice)
Jackie Blackmore ... Aunt Holiday (voice)
Saffron Henderson ... Auntie Lofty (voice)
Ashleigh Ball ... Rainbow Dash (voice)
Zach LeBlanc ... Skeedaddle (voice)
Nicole Oliver ... Miss Cheerilee (voice)
Cathy Weseluck ... Mayor Mare (voice)
Lee Tockar ... Snips (voice)
Cole Howard ... Terramar (voice)
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Unexpected visitors to Ponyville threaten to break up the Cutie Mark Crusaders forever! Will the Crusaders stay together or will they be forced to learn a valuable lesson about friendship?

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TV-Y
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15 June 2019 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

First televised appearances of Lofty and Holiday, Scootaloo's aunts who are a canon same-sex couple. They were introduced in the book "Ponyville Mysteries: Riddle of the Rusty Horseshoe." See more »

Connections

References The Crocodile Hunter (1996) See more »

Soundtracks

Remind Me to Forget
Written by Kygo, David Phelan, Alex Oriet and Phil Plested
Performed by Kygo featuring Miguel
Produced by Kygo
Courtesy of Sony Records, RCA Records & Ultra Records
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Good episode, but...
22 June 2019 | by srbarker-47206See all my reviews

I'll admit that I was pretty excited to hear that Scootaloo now has canon parents and isn't an orphan as most fans initially assumed. But once I saw them, well...

*rolls out the "THIS IS JUST MY OPINION" banner*

I'm not entirely sure if I completely like them. While I think their job is kinda neat (and I like how they kinda based her dad off of Steve Irwin), what really rubbed me the wrong way is that they just came home from a long trip and basically said "Hey Scoot, we're gonna be moving somewhere far away and you'll probably never see you friends again LOL." They didn't even take their daughter's feelings into consideration, they just made the decision without her consent. Heck, when Scoot blew up at them and ran off crying, I actually shouted "Um, aren't you going to go after her?!" While it's definitely not a bad episode (in fact, it was a pretty good episode overall and I freaking love Scootaloo's aunties), her parents still kinda rubbed me the wrong way.

TL;Dr, Scoot's mom and dad aren't bad people. Just kinda lousy parents.


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