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The Pinkie ProblemSo, I've been saying that Season 4 has had one consistant problem, and that problem has been Pinkie's characterization. A lot of people seem to believe that Pinkie has been fine, the same as she's always been, or harmless. That's a perfectly valid opinion (that I don't share) and there is a way of looking at things where you take every character's perfomance as "in character:" Spike from Spike at Your Service; Twilight in Feeling Pinkie Keen; Rainbow Dash in May the Best Pet Win!, everything.
I could do that—actually no I couldn't, since I'm a critic, but hypothetically if I could, I would have to assume that Pinkie lacks any sense of empathy (The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000; Filli Vanilli); is a complete idiot (Over a Barrel); and has the mind of a child (most of her season four appearances). Regardless of whether or not that's a valid viewpoint, that's not a good character. I define a good character as someone you can relate to, som
One Coarse LawsuitOne Coarse Lawsuit
One morning, in Bikini Bottom, Mr. Krabs was sitting in his office doing his usual thing. And by that I mean counting money and laughing.
"Ar har har har! Things have been going much better since I realized that the minimum wage was lower!"
Suddenly, Mr. Krab's top chef, SpongeBob Squarepants, busted in.
"SpongeBob?" Mr. Krabs asked. "Has buisness slowed down?"
"No, sir," SpongeBob replied, "but there are some cops outside the restaurant."
"Cops?" Mr. Krabs responded. "I'm sure they just want a couple patties."
"I don't think so, sir," SpongeBob said. "They look pretty serious and they're asking Squidward where you are."
"Ah, just play it cool, boy," Mr. Krabs assured him. "They're probably just asking about the whole 'nasty patty' incident."
"I thought we were never supposed to talk about that again," SpongeBob quipped.
"We're not," Mr. Krabs explained, "but I am."
The cops then came in, looking not too happy.
"Welcome to the Krusty Krab!" Mr. Krabs burst. "What can
So about those note pages...So, you've probably noticed that I didn't put Atrocity note pages in my two previous Animated Atrocities review. Actually it seems that a surprising number of people didn't (or kept quiet about them). I'm actually pretty happy about that because I don't know, they kind of made my videos feel a little more low-budget, like I couldn't be bothered to put actual footage in the synopsis area. But let's not abandon them completely. Recently I stopped taking requests because it got way too out of hand. How about let's play fair. My Atrocity notebook template is now a "request submission." However, if you fill it out wrong I'm just going to disregard it altogether. And a lot of people have sort of filled it out improperly or judged things too harshly. So this is going to a normal guide to how to fill one out (oh and disregard the 1001. I'll make a better one for that).
Alright, episode title, show, episode number, writers, and directors can usually be found on imdb.com. If the anim
A Mingle with the Bookworm: Part 2 (read descrip.)
Tate was a little excited to be a girl. She did look quite attractive, to her eyes, but then again, it was probably the mindset of Thomas still thinking. Regardless, it was a fresh start at life and she may want to change her routine a little bit to get a little more respect than Thomas ever had, and a little more social, to add. But she still wanted to read; she still craved that extra chapter in her book, the extra lesson in her homework.
She slammed herself into her bed where her book was still open and began to read once more. It wasn't long before her read was interrupted by the voice that seemed to have change her gender in the first place.
"What did I tell you?" It began, "Put the book down and start socializing!"
Tate wasn't going to hold back this time, "No, I don't want to; I want to study, I want to learn and I want to sit here and do those things!"
The voice grew enraged, "You dare talk back to your teacher? Your
Faster Than the Speed of Rainbows: P2 (read desc.)
Katie unpaused the show once more and was hoping that there would be no more interruptions. She reached into the bag and grabbed some chips. Wiping her hands on her jeans, she could only imagine what kind of slob she looked like now that she wasn't a guy anymore. She grabbed her soda and took another drink. As she put the soda down, her stomach began to growl. She ignored it as it being gas and took a bigger gulp of soda to burp. The growling only got louder and started to hurt.
"Oh... That isn't good..." She got up and walked over to her bathroom once more and wait near the toilet in fear of throwing up. She sat herself down on the floor with her stomach calming down, but jerked up quickly, almost hitting her head on the counter. "OW!"
It had felt like she sat down on a tack, but there was nothing on her jeans nor on the floor. It was probably she was setting herself down. She rubbed her lower back, where the pain had struck, and tried a
Nature's Timid Beauty: Part 1
Nathan was a very bashful, self-appointed person who liked to stay with him and himself only. However, this didn't mean that he was anti-social, no; he was just very shy. If you get to know him, he's very open and friendly to all that do decide to get past the barrier of his emotions. He had a small table of friends whom he talked to and hung out with and was happy with that. He'll occasionally receive a new friend every couple of months or so, usually new students that will be in his class or just some random person that they deem him as 'lonely and abandoned'. Most of his friends like him for who he is and wouldn't change a thing.
A couple of his friends compared him to a particular cartoon character by the name of 'Fluttershy'; a shy character, in a show called 'My Little Pony', that was very much like him. He'd heard and seen about her a couple of times. In fact, he even watched the show a couple of times with his friends whenever he
Happy Birthday Twilight! Part 2 (read description)
Danni was walking down the street to her friend's house, donning the backpack with many supplies and party favors. While she was walking though, it did kind of hit her as to why and how she turned into a girl. What did she do? Was it supposed to be something bad? Then she stopped walking, taking a moment to think about all of this in detail. She looked down and just looked at her body; breasts, a sleek figure and... well, nothing in her pants, to say the least. She didn't mind being a girl, really, she didn't. But the fact that she was indeed a girl kind of changed some things in reality. How were her parents going to react? How will her friends see her if they recognize her? What if the friend she's throwing a party for sees her and knows it was David? She quickly shook her head and continued her way to her friend's, hoping to get rid of philosophic thoughts.
As she was walking, she began to have an itch on her arm. Naturally, she scratc
Joining the Herd: Twilight Sparkle
It has been a week since Richard turned into Rainbow Dash, and the four friends have been avoiding their two pony friends like the plague. They had no idea what caused Allen and Richard to turn into Apple Jack and Rainbow Dash, but they didn't want to find out. Tom was at his house trying his best to figure out what happened and looking at every formula and figure in hopes to figure it out.
In Canterlot, Princess Celestia was with her little black alicorn sister, Princess Luna, looking through the portal, looking for the next one to change.
"Tia, I know you are doing this for the good of Earth, but will changing them really bring harmony to that world?" Luna asked her older sister.
"Luna, I am sure that they will bring harmony to Earth, besides once they are all changed I'm going to send them a message and a gift,"
As the two looked through the portal, they saw Tom, working his ass off trying to figure out what was going on.
"Tia, he acts like Twilight Sparkle whe
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