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Goodbye to My Little Pony Friendship is Magic 2010-2019



Yeah, I'm a bit late with this, but I felt it only right to mention the end of this series. I can remember when this series premiered, but at the time I was rather resistant to the idea of ever watching it. Eventually, around the 3rd season, curiosity got the best of me and I decided to see what this whole show was about, even though I had to sort of make myself watch it at first because of my own preconceptions. Luckily, I finally learned to like and even love MLP FiM with the help of Pinkie Pie, who became my favorite and I quickly bought the DVDs of the first two seasons to catch up on this colorful ride of a cartoon. The 4th through 6th seasons became the high mark period for me, even leading to me buying some merchandise at Toys R Us during those years and even right before they closed their doors for good. Admittedly, I started to lose track during the 7th season and perhaps have seen two episodes of season 8 with none of the 9th and final season. This was in part due to work schedule, my own fickleness, and the fact they have become really slow at releasing the DVDs of each season.

I admit, I got hit with a bit of sadness at the ending of MLP FiM and if there is a good thing about this series ending, it reminded me how much I really do still like it. (Of course going through my annual autumn depression doesn't help!) I finally got a copy of season 7 on DVD and even finally bought the 'My Little Pony Baking Book' this evening that I meant to buy in April. (Oh, I showed that to my mom and I almost didn't get the book back! Some yummy looking recipes in there!)  Nine seasons is a good run and in a way makes it even harder to say goodbye. I have a feeling it will be a while before I can finally watch the 26th and final episode of season nine, but I will get there eventually.

Anyways, enough late night rambling here. Goodbye and thank you for the fun and memories, My Little Pony Friendship is Magic!


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There is sexual orientation even in the first season, when Rarity dreams of finding her prince at the Grand Galloping Gala.


As for any possible homosexual orientation, there are hints here and there that a few characters swung that way, including in the very last "post-finale" episode, but only if you choose to interpret them as such.

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