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Episode directed by Denny Lu and Tim Stuby
We’re back with another episode of Everybody Hates Starlight! She has been a bit of a contentious character, hasn’t she? Some people weren’t happy with her becoming a main character at the end of season five, while others have found her to be the injection of new blood that this series needed. I’m still optimistic, but I’m worried that they won’t take full advantage of what her character can represent and will just try to go the safe route. We’ll have to see as this is the most Starlight centric episode yet! Will they finally make good on the promises of this character, or will she be just as poorly utilized as the Cutie Map from season five? Let’s find out!!
The episode begins with Twilight and Starlight setting the table for an upcoming dinner with Princess Celestia. Why they’re setting the table a whole day before she shows up, I have no clue, though I’m willing to assume that was Twilight’s idea. Maybe she wants to make sure it’s done perfectly? Nope, because she gets crabby when Starlight sets it immediately (and impeccably) using her magic and I guess Twilight wanted to use the time to lecture her about friendship… or something.
We’re back from the show’s three week hiatus with the ONE HUNDREDTH episode of the series! Did anyone think it would get this far? Well yes actually. I mean we’ve got two spin-off films and a theatrical movie coming out soon. This gravy train is gonna keep going until the wheels fall off, and even then they’ll find a way to milk it even further. Still, it seems like the creators are taking this episode VERY seriously and want to make something that is truly memorable for the fans who have kept this series going for so long. Is it a well done celebration of the show’s past and a hopeful look at the future, or is it a bad sign of things to come as the show slowly begins to lose relevance and creativity? Let’s find out!!
The episode begins with Matilda (Hey! We haven’t seen her for a while!) looking over her scrapbook which has gotten quite a few entries since the last time we saw it.