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Littlest Pet Shop 416 – Go Figure! Episode Guide

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416 – “Go Figure!”

Written by: F.M. DeMarco
Vinnie and Sunil get lost at a sci-fi convention; where Minka dressed up as Zoe with assistance from a visiting pet.

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My Little Pony 603 – The Gift of Maud Episode Guide

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603 – “The Gift of Maud”

Written by: Michael P. Fox & Wil Fox
While in Manehattan looking for the ideal location for her new store, Rarity has to help Pinkie Pie find the perfect gift for her sister, Maud – without Maud finding out.

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Clip for “The Gift of the Maud Pie”

The My Little Pony Facebook page has put up a short clip of Saturday’s episode. Check it out after the break.

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Steven Universe Gets Two-Season Renewal

Steven_Universe-all_characters[1]Even before Season Three is set to begin in June, Steven Universe has been renewed for a fourth and fifth season. That makes Steven likely to last well beyond 100 episodes. It’s currently at 78 episodes from two seasons. Season Two was supposed to be 52 episodes in length, but Cartoon Network split them into two seasons of 26 with “Log Date 7 15 2” effectively the Season Two finale. Ironically, Season One was originally going to be 26 episodes before being doubled to 52.

Series writer Matt Burnett recently stated on Twitter that he was unaware of the reason for the splitting of the episodes, but said it didn’t affect production. Season Three is expected to run from June to August and is being billed as the “Summer of Steven.”
Season One, when you include “Open Book,” “Story for Steven,” and “Shirt Club”; which aired after the Season Two premiere, the viewership average was 1.713 million. Season Two’s average was 1.592 million. That said, Steven has become one of Cartoon Network’s and Tumblr’s most popular shows.
It is currently unknown how many episodes the fourth and fifth season will include. Also getting a two-season renewal from Cartoon Network is Uncle Grandpa whom had an infamous crossover withSteven Universe a year ago on April 2nd.
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Ratings Report: MLP Apertura and LPS Clasura

We’ll see where things go from here, but both MLP and LPS did better than there most recent episodes in terms of viewership  For MLP, “The Crystalling” averaged an estimated 378,000 viewers (383K for Part 1 and 373K for Part 2) Saturdayon Discovery Family. It is lower compared to the premieres of Seasons 3 thru 5, but an improvement from the Season Five finale. Next up is “The Gift of Maud Pie” at 11:30am ET/10:30am CT on Discovery Family this coming Saturday.

As for Littlest Pet Shop, “Steamed” drew an estimated 133,000 viewers while “Two Peas in a Podcast” drew an estimated 136,000 viewers on Saturday. We’ll see how the show does with fresh MLP episodes as its lead-in again. The Season Four average for LPS now stands at 154,600 per episode. Next up is “Go Figure!” on Saturday at noon ET/11am CT on Discovery Family.

Ratings information for this report comes courtesy of Mitch Metcalf and Mitch Salem of Showbuzz Daily as measured by Nielsen Media Research.

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LPS Reviews: “Steamed” and “Two Peas in a Podcast”

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We open the first new store on Littlest Pet Street, and it’s Pawrista—a coffee shop for pet owners. Everything is coming into shape just in time for tomorrow’s grand opening. Oops, they need to hire a barista. At least someone who doesn’t confuse coffee shops with button factories would be a plus (read:  someone who is not Madison).

We finally get to see the Biskits’ Mom who is aptly named Eliza because she is quite the Julie Andrews fan. She was apparently sick and in the LPS Universe, 3 season = 9 months. Anyway, she suggest the twins apply for a job. The only place that has an opening is Pawrista Coffee and Drinks. Their application does not come off well, but they are the only ones qualified to actually run the espresso machine. More on that later.

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Gravity Falls – Between the Pines “Post-Finale Edition”

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It turns out that the “post-finale edition” of the Between the Pines special wasn’t much more than a recut segment with some clips from the finale, which apparently Alex didn’t have any input in producing. You can get it by the usual links below or watch the one minute of difference after the Break.

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