What is best in life? off course its Ahnuld playing Skyrim you GIRLY MAN, NYAARGHH!!!
You know what’s fascinating? It’s when you have this small moment early on in a show that will just be shrugged off, but then the writers acknowledge it and expand upon it. That’s pretty much what “Amending Fences” does.
Apparently Spike immediately starts the plot by reminding Twilight how far she has gotten since the first episode, and how she wasn’t great with friends in the beginning. This reminds Twilight of her friends from Canterlot, whom she cannot remember their names. Wait, I thought Twilight wasn’t the one for making friends when the show started and only had her brother Shining Armor as her best friend. Whatever.
A Pinkie Pie episode? Yaks? Pony versions of the Beatles? Funny faces this side of Star vs. the Forces of Evil? I think I’m down with that.
The episode starts with Twilight looking nervous and showing hints of her “Lesson Zero” self with Funny Face number 1:
The Mane Six are looking forward to meeting the delegates from… Yakyakistan? As if the cities full of horse puns weren’t so phoned in. Twilight’s main goal is to befriend the yaks, hoping to impress Princess Celestia in doing this task. Then comes Prince Rutherford and two other yaks, who look like Vikings, except Vikings never wore horned helmets. They reveal that if nothing is even remotely close to what it’s like in their home, they get angry. Oh, boy.
The new Trailer has for Zach Snyders Batman V. Superman has arrived. Let’s finally answer the question of who will win in a fight? The Dark Knight Batman or the Man of Steel Superman? The DC titans will settle the score in the Virtual Warriors arena once and for all. Let the fight commence, for the Deathmug of Doom!
Kaiser, Darabka and Swingle continue to troll each other and become the ultimate king of the hill.
Making a list of my favorite games of the decade so far was kind of easy. Making a list of my favorite films of this decade so far is the exact opposite. I’m a film buff. I’ll watch whatever is worth watching, while also discovering some hidden gems that deserve a little more attention. I’ve watched a lot of movies this decade that it was hard picking out what to rank high or low, or what films I liked the most to even include on the list. Well, it has finally been decided.
I’m not impressed. Episodes centered around Spike are very lacking, almost like the writers have no idea what to do with the little dragon. Then Season 4 came along and gave us “Inspiration Manifestation” and “Equestria Games,” all of which challenged the character and helped him grow. It’s a shame to see an episode that is neither of those two and takes a step back. I don’t hate “Princess Spike,” but I don’t love it either.
It starts at a summit in Canterlot, where ponies from all over Equestria join together and learn about one another. We are introduced to a statue that Princess Cadence carved up with gemstones, each representing the cities. That will come into play later.
After an exhausted Twilight speaks to the crowd, Spike proceeds to say a few things. However, the crowd doesn’t even notice him and give praise to all four princesses. Way to start things off, episode, as if that wasn’t contrived enough.