Solicitations for June are here! Check out the details after the break.
Discovery Family Channel has (finally) released their April highlights, which include the titles and synopses for episodes 3 and 4, in addition to the already known first 2 episodes. You can find them all below the spoiler break.
Twilight Sparkle agonizes over Starlight Glimmer’s future and receives some much-needed advice
from her very own mentor –Princess Celestia
•All Bottled Up premieres Saturday, April 15 at 12p/11c
While the Mane 6 are on a friendship retreat, Starlight Glimmer loses Twilight Sparkle’s friendship
map. Afraid her anger might get out of control, Starlight Glimmer casts a calming spell while the
ponies search for the lost map.
•A Flurry of Emotions premieres Saturday, April 22 at 11:30a/10:30c
After planning a jam-packed day, Twilight Sparkle also agrees to babysit her niece, Flurry Heart. But
with Flurry Heart along for the ride, Twilight Sparkle struggles to maintain her title as “The Best
Aunt Ever” while keeping Flurry Heart out of trouble!
•Rock Solid Friendship premieres Saturday, April 29 at 11:30a/10:30c
When Pinkie Pie learns that Maud might move to Ponyville, she does everything she can to make
sure her sister sees that it
has more to offer than just rocks.
Please note that episode 2 airs a half hour later than usual, so plan to watch ponies from 11:30 AM EST to 12:30 PM EST, instead of the usual 11-12.
Faded memories of 2010 and early 2011 flicker in my mind. Why are you watching this? Its just a fad. It’ll only be a few seasons. While most people would say “Who is laughing now?!”, in a world of colorful equines, some question just how far this animated meteor in space will go, before the inevitable crash into the moon of cancellation.
Well enough with the dark and ominous writing. John de Lancie kind of, sort of confirmed that a Season 8 is in production. Talks about it have floated around of course, but nothing really concrete has been said by neither Hasbro or crew. While this isn’t an official, we can confidently say that Season 8 is at the point of needing the voices recorded. The ride shall never end.
A press release has given some information on the premiere of season 7, and some more bits of information on the upcoming season. In addition, a teaser was released on Facebook, although it has since been taken down. Equestria Daily has at least made a copy of the teaser. The details of the press release and clip are after the break.
Written by: Bryan Andrews, Genndy Tartakovsky
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- Samurai Jack Season 5 Extended Promo
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- Samurai Jack – Streaming Marathon Promo
- Samurai Jack Season 5 Teaser 2
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Well, that was interesting—and much better from the show. Navy comes crashing down to Earth and asks to be taken in. She apparently has no hard feelings about the past and Steven takes her to see Lapis and Peridot. Peridot is willing, but Lapis, not as much. Ruby is apparently getting used to Earth very quickly, which upsets Lapis given how long it took her to get used to things on this planet. Steven and Peridot manage to calm her down on that end.
Navy confesses that while she loves the Earth, she misses her ship. They still have it and Navy takes them for a ride. And then Navy asks Steven to press a button at the other end. The little trickster gets Steven to press the eject button and out goes Steven, Lapis, and Peridot from the ship. Lapis takes some comfort in confirmation in her beliefs that no one could be that well-adjusted, but Garnet is there with a pair of balloons. “It was still worth a shot,” says Garnet.
Well, I guess it was a matter of time that someone took advantage of Steven’s nature to make friends with everyone, wasn’t it? I also guess at least one of the rubies is much smarter than I gave them credit for (read: not much). It does make the arc with the rubies well worth continuing as well as the one with the odd couple at the barn. Steven also gets more food for thought in someone taking advantage of him. We’ll see where everything goes from here, but it was much better compared to the last couple of episodes.