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Spice Up Your Life 

Pinkie Pie and Rarity discover a father and daughter struggling to keep their family restaurant open, which is causing tension in their relationship.

Directors:

Denny Lu, Tim Stuby | 1 more credit »

Writers:

Lauren Faust (developed for television by), Michael Vogel
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Tabitha St. Germain ... Rarity (voice)
Andrea Libman ... Pinkie Pie (voice)
Diana Kaarina ... Saffron Masala / Burly Unicorn / Canterlot Pony 2 (voice)
Lee Tockar ... Coriander Cumin (voice)
Fiona Hogan Fiona Hogan ... Zesty Gourmand (voice)
Jim Miller Jim Miller ... Chargrill Breadwinner (voice)
Tara Strong ... Twilight Sparkle (voice)
Enid-Raye Adams ... Orange Slice / Canterlot Pony 1 (voice)
Cathy Weseluck ... Spike / Matronly Pony (voice)
Kazumi Evans ... Rarity (singing voice)
Shannon Chan-Kent ... Pinkie Pie (singing voice)
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Pinkie Pie and Rarity discover a father and daughter struggling to keep their family restaurant open, which is causing tension in their relationship.

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TV-Y
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Release Date:

11 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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DHX Media,Hasbro Studios See more »
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Connections

References Ratatouille (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

My Little Pony Theme Song
(Uncredited)
Written by Daniel Ingram
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Something different!
11 June 2016 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

Upon first hearing about this plot, it may seem kind of boring. I admit that it does get boring at times. It still doesn't matter, because it's handled in such a great manner. This is the first time I remember having an entire episode devoted to Pinkie Pie and Rarity. The things that make this show so great are the way the characters play off of each other. It features these characters going to a restaurant that's trying to get popular. It's obviously modeled after an Indian restaurant with these accents and kinds of food.

I'm a guy who tries to eat at a different restaurant every time I go out, so I know a lot about how different these places can be. In fact, that's a big part of the episode, as it's about how unique they want their location to be. I also noticed that it seems like the ponies have many more distinct physical features. While I love the show's animation, there are times where it seems like the characters have the same head structure. They seem to be improving on this aspect all the time. I especially love the food critic's design. It's just a unique and pleasant episode. ***1/2


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