Is Apple Bloom really grown up enough to take care of the farm all by herself? She certainly thinks so — and that’s exactly what she does when Granny Smith, Big Mac, and Applejack all have to leave Ponyville for the day. Unfortunately, a series of unfortunate events makes Apple Bloom even more eager to prove how grown up she is — which is how the poor pony find herself in a scary swamp all alone, with only a delivery cart to keep her company. Well, unless you count the beastie that’s lurking just out of sight…
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Donald Duck and Daisy Duck are feeling blue. Why?
Because “Mr. Hublot” beat out “Get a Horse!” for Best Animated Short.
Er… the specifics don’t really matter. What does matter is that Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are determined to cheer up their pals with smiles, sunshine, and a particularly perky song. Will their efforts work? We’ll find out later this week, when Disney premieres its latest “Mickey Mouse” short — but in the meantime, get a preview of Mickey and Minnie’s antics with this exclusive clip.
No, the quote above doesn’t refer to My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic itself — though you could be forgiven for thinking it did. Instead, Pinkie Pie squeals it while watching the arrival of the Breezies, a group of magical winged creatures that look sort of like a cross between mini-ponies and butterflies.
Unfortunately, the Breezies aren’t quite as carefree as their name would imply. After kind Fluttershy lends the flock a hand — er, hoof — she finds herself in with the Breezies… which is fine, until it means that she’s stuck catering to their every whim.
Does that headline sound weirdly menacing? It shouldn’t; in the next episode of My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic, Twilight Sparkle literally offers to help the Cutie Mark Crusaders with their scholastic pursuits. Of course, things get a little complicated when Apple Bloom, Scootaloo and Sweetie Belle realize that their tutor is one of the coolest ponies on the block — and they decide to use her popularity to their own advantage.
Before that point, though, it’s all fun and games — like in this exclusive clip, in which Twilight passes on some of her wisdom.
As her name implies, Fluttershy isn’t the most outgoing pony in Equestria. But that doesn’t mean she can’t cut loose every now and then — provided nobody’s watching.
In this clip from the next episode of My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic, Fluttershy unleashes her gorgeous voice for a group of her admiring animal pals. She’d never perform in front of a group of other ponies, though — unless she could do it in disguise. Which is where a pony singer who’s lost his voice, an important charity concert, and Zecora’s mysterious remedies come in.
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Thought the adventures of My Little Pony‘s Equestria Girls — pony-human hybrids who share the names and personalities of My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic‘s Mane 6 — ended when Twilight Sparkle escaped back through the portal to Canterlot High?
Think again. (Also, the previous sentence makes sense — I promise.)
Hasbro Studios reveals exclusively to EW that it will release a second Equestria Girls movie later this year. The film’s plot is under wraps for now — but given this teaser and the film’s title, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, it’s safe to assume that music will play a larger role than ever. Get ready to shake your tail and watch the clip below:
Big changes are afoot for the Duncan family. Oldest sister Teddy is heading off to college. Youngest sister Charlie is developing a feisty personality. And their show itself is wrapping up for good — Sunday, Feb. 16 marks Good Luck Charlie‘s series finale.
Naturally, the hourlong event will be filled with teary eyes, hugs — and, of course, plenty of gentle jokes. All three have a place in this exclusive clip from the series’s last episode, which finds the Duncans sitting down for Teddy’s last breakfast at home. Warning: You might just find yourself getting misty as well.
Uh oh — could a new pony in town tear the Mane 6 apart?
In this week’s My Little Pony, Rarity is thrilled to learn that her number one crush, the world-famous travel writing pony Trenderhoof, is coming to Ponyville. But Rarity has a rude awakening when Trenderhoof arrives and is drawn to one of her best friends: down-home Applejack. In an attempt to win over the object of her affection, Rarity decides to try aping Applejack… and, in retaliation, Applejack decides to do the same to Rarity. Which leads to the sticky — and muddy — situation you’ll see below in an exclusive clip from the show.
Everyone’s favorite monkey is returning to TV screens with a new season of Curious George.
Carol Burnett guest stars in the season premiere as Curious George’s Great Aunt Sylvia, who is coming for a visit. In an exclusive clip from the show, Curious George oh-oh-ah-ahs with excitement when his beloved aunt arrives — and even better, she comes bearing gifts! Little George is happy to unwrap a monkey-sized front loader. As Great Aunt Sylvia explains, “I drove the real thing when I was in construction.” She gets a loving hug as a thank you, but later they discover the front loader is defective. Keeping with its educational theme, the show then follows George and Sylvia as they try to figure out how to fix the toy.
“It’s complicated” might as well be the tagline for this series. No one on the show seems to know how to explain, well, anything, and that kind of makes sense: Ravenswood is one crazy place. And since tonight was the season finale, Ravenswood is (somehow) even crazier than usual. Or as Caleb would tell us, “it’s complicated.”
Hanna returns to Ravenswood for a surprise visit. Why didn’t she call Caleb? Because she likes surprises, duh. Caleb broke up with her, so the real reason she came was to beat up Miranda who she thinks is The Other Woman. When Caleb breaks the news to her that Miranda is dead, and better yet, that he can still see Miranda, she is bewildered. Maybe you don’t like surprises as much as you thought, Hanna! What makes the scene creepy– because this is Ravenswood, after all– is that halfway through the conversation between Hanna and Caleb, Miranda appears. “She thinks you’re crazy,” she tells Caleb. He takes the cue: “You know, for a while, I thought that I might be crazy, but I’m not.” Real convincing, Caleb.
This is hard for Hanna to hear. She was the one who told Caleb to stay in Ravenswood and take care of Miranda. Then she thought he was in love with Miranda. And now she finds out Miranda is dead. At this point, she’s back to liking Miranda and the urge to beat her up has subsided. Instead, she talks to Miranda, meaning she sits in an empty room and rambles on to seemingly no one. She explains why she thought Caleb was in love with the now-ghost, and Miranda hears this and gets excited. Miranda’s affection for Caleb is tough to watch because it’s not like she’s actively trying to take Caleb from Hanna– she likes Hanna and seems to want them to be together. I feel bad for her, but also am Team Hanna and Caleb Forever, so I don’t feel too bad.
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