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Magical Mystery Cure 

When Twilight casts a spell that switches her friends' cutie marks and destinies, the only way to reverse the spell is by inventing her own magic.


James Wootton (as James 'Wootie' Wootton), Jayson Thiessen


Lauren Faust (developed for television by), M.A. Larson




Episode cast overview:
Tara Strong ... Twilight Sparkle (voice)
Cathy Weseluck ... Spike / Laughing Pony (voice)
Andrea Libman ... Pinkie Pie / Fluttershy (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain ... Rarity (voice)
Ashleigh Ball ... Applejack / Rainbow Dash / Salespony (voice)
Andrew Francis ... Shining Armor (voice)
Nicole Oliver ... Princess Celestia (voice)
Rebecca Shoichet ... Twilight Sparkle (singing voice)
Shannon Chan-Kent ... Pinkie Pie (singing voice)
Kazumi Evans ... Rarity (singing voice)


When Twilight casts a spell that switches her friends' cutie marks and destinies, the only way to reverse the spell is by inventing her own magic.

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This is the first musical episode of the show, and the only one where Twilight has a song or verse to herself. See more »


Throughout the coronation, Twilight's mane constantly changes from her curved formal style to her regular straight style. See more »


Twilight Sparkle: A little while ago, my teacher and mentor Princess Celestia sent me to live in Ponyville. She sent me to study friendship, which is something I didn't really care much about. But now, on a day like today, I can honestly say I wouldn't be standing here if it weren't for the friendships I've made with all of you. Each one of you taught me something about friendship, and for that, I will always be grateful. Today, I consider myself the luckiest pony in Equestria. Thank you, friends, thank you, ...
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Crazy Credits

Instead of the traditional end credits music; the song a true true friend plays over the end credits. See more »


References The Danny Thomas Show (1953) See more »


What My Cutie Mark Is Telling Me
Music by Daniel Ingram
Lyrics by Daniel Ingram and M.A. Larson (as M.A. Larson)
Performed by Ashleigh Ball, Andrea Libman, Kazumi Evans, and Shannon Chan-Kent
Orchestrated by Steffan Andrews
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Grand way to end the season, with some pacing issues.
25 February 2013 | by seandoyle1-618-715433See all my reviews

I have enjoyed this show since the beginning and this episode I thought was a passable way to end the 3rd season. The songs were all great and I was impressed on how much they had here. I will say one disappointing thing was the pacing of it and the sad scenes could've been expanded more and the larger amount of songs seemed to be the cause of this. The episode began at a fast pace but once it got going it wasn't half bad. I was questioning the fact about Twilight's transformation into an Alicorn princess but once I saw her, I began to accept it. Who knows, this might be a good change. Overall it was a great episode non the less and I really look forward to season 4. Wonder what they will do next with Alicorn Twilight but we'll see when we get there! Go Bronies!!

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16 February 2013 (USA) See more »

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