“The Good Deed,” written by Tim McKeon (@TimMcPhone on Twitter)!
Wander doubts whether good deeds are worth doing when he realizes each time he does a good deed for someone, it causes something more horrible to happen to someone else. —iTunes
Also have a close look at the end sequence: Spazz noticed that we already got the credits for “The Prisoner,” written by Lauren Faust and Greg White.
The episode will also be mirrored by YayPonies and will soon be available on iTunes.
Wander and Sylvia have become fugitives on a distant planet ruled by Lord Hater, but just as fast as Sylvia can concoct their escape plans, Wander inadvertently keeps foiling them by helping strangers in need. (Disney press release via Nick and More)
It’s also mirrored by YayPonies, and now up on iTunes.
(Now we know where the pyramid in the Animation Magazine interview is from!)
Synopsis via TheTVDB for “The Greatest”:
Lord Hater sets out to control and win everything in the universe, including conquering The Binglebops and their planet, but his plans are soon diverted when he finds himself accepting Wander’s series of challenges to prove once and for all that he truly is the greatest in the entire galaxy.
Synopsis via TheTVDB for “The Egg”:
Wander and Sylvia try to soften the heart of a ferocious flying dragon by reuniting it with its lost egg, but it’s Sylvia who ends up needing a lesson or two on being gentle and nurturing.
You can download it from iTunes if you are in the US, via torrent or direct download via the YayPonies Wander Over Yonder page.
YayPonies, who used Tumblr for the first time. So sorry if this post doesn’t look good. :)
Synopsis via Zap2it:
Wander discovers the perfect spot for his celestial picnic—right next to Lord Hater’s epic battlefield, making it extremely difficult for Hater to focus on his battle against archenemy Emperor Awesome for ultimate cosmic power.
Yay Ponies has started a dedicated page for Wander Over Yonder episodes!
Thanks also to ROFLOLBBQ111 for the initial upload and Sunny for the heads-up.