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Brotherhooves Social reviewBrotherhooves Social review by TheDragonWarlock
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So last week, we had an episode involving Applejack and Rarity being called to Manehatten to help Coco Pommel. But wait a minute. What about the Sisterhooves Social? Wasn't that a conflict in last week's episode that didn't get resolve? Well that's where today's episode comes into play. Similar to the season 3 episodes Just for Sidekicks and Games Ponies Play, today's episode plays out during the events of Made in Manehatten. Not only that, but this is an episode that centers on Apple Bloom and Big Mac.
I'm actually surprised it's taken this long for a Big Mac and Apple Bloom episode, or an episode for Big Mac bonding with his family. For the most part, it's always been Applejack bonding with her family. It's nice to see a change of pace and give some much needed development for Big Mac and strengthen the bond between them. What better way to have that then during the events of Made in Manehatten, Big M
Made in Manehatten reviewMade in Manehatten review by TheDragonWarlock
The Manehatten Project
These reviews do contain some spoilers.
It's time for the final of the three Rarity episodes, so it's probably best that we get an episode involving her being called by the map. It's been a while since the map has come into play. The last time we had an episode involving our characters being called by the map, we had an excellent Pinkie and Rainbow episode. We saw the return of Gilda, a new kingdom, and some great characterization for all the characters in that episode. So this episode has quite the big shoes to fill in. So who's Rarity teaming up with? Applejack. What's the purpose? To go to Manehatten and help out another returning character, Coco Pommel, save a community theater.
Now I have no issues with Rarity going to Manehatten since she's got history there and was responsible for helping Coco get away from Suri Polomare, but Applejack is a rather unusual choice as a partner since she seems the least likely to really play a big role in this s