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Persona: Marker Hysteria. Real Life: Kirby David "Kirb" Ramirez.
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Hi, and welcome to my userpage, which is where you have arrived since you either clicked here or typed my name in the address bar to get here. I am Marker Hysteria, one of the few ponies who will admit to hating Princess Celestia. I live in my apartment in Manehattan which I share with my assistant/adopted daughter, Lemon Drop. I'm a journalist who is determined to bring ponies everywhere the whole truth--and nothing but. Ponies everywhere consider me insane, but what do they know?
In real life, my name is Kirby David "Kirb" Ramirez. I'm a junior in high school--can't wait until I'm finally allowed to leave. I live in a small, boring town where nothing ever happens. I'm a brony, though my status as one is constantly changing due to the quality of the episodes. Pretty boring, eh?
Favorite visual artist*eddsworldFavorite moviesThe Stick Figures on Crack trilogy, SkyfallFavorite TV showsMLP (I also like Eddsworld but that doesn't count)Favorite bands / musical artistsGorillazFavorite booksSimple ComplicationsFavorite writers*simpleCOMICSOther InterestsMostly flying bricks.
Hey, remember when I said earlier that MLP:FIM was turning into G1 MLP? I lied. It's actually turning into G3! Yes indeed, the newest episode "It Ain't Easy Being Breezies" borrows the subject of it from a race from G3 MLP called the "Breezie Ponies". All I can say is, if they make seaponies canon next I will kill someone.
So just like a lot of the recent MLP episodes, they plunge us in mid-situation without giving us any context as to what has happened so far or what will happen from here on out. Apparently it's the migration of a species called the "Breezies" and Rainbow Dash and the pegasi will have to create a breeze to push them through. Why should we care about these Breezies? We've only just heard about them now. We haven't heard of them before now. I mean, Fluttershy briefly mentioned them in "Three's a Crowd," but that's about it. Wow, I'm totally invested in these creatures I've only heard about just now! Also, why would they just happen to be going through Ponyville? I mean, sure, the show centers in Ponyville, but does EVERYTHING happen in that town? Why don't they go through some other town?
So the Breezies fly overhead and Pinkie Pie is about to overload due to them being "so cute." No, they aren't cute; they're creepy. But Spike, trying to get a good view of them, accidentally screws up and sends a leaf towards them. Wow, a leaf is enough to send them off their course? A simple leaf? This makes me so much more invested in this episode! Thankfully Fluttershy saves the Breezies from the "leaf of death", and is applauded for her actions. And what do these creatures we've built up for so long sound like? Swedish chipmunks. I gotta admit, writers, I gave you a lot more credit than you deserved. The leader of these European insects is Seabreeze. And yes, if you're thinking that that name sounds like an air freshener, you're right. The other Breezies are traumatized and Fluttershy decides to let them stay at her cottage. Wow, I can't see this having any bad sides to it! I mean, it's not going to be like EVERY OTHER FLUTTERSHY EPISODE, where they start abusing her kindness to do all kinds of bad stuff, right?
Despite the pegasi being ready to make the breeze again, the Breezies are still tired out and still want to stay with Fluttershy. Obviously, they're just manipulating her. I mean, come on, Fluttershy. Haven't you learned by now? Everybody's always going to try to manipulate you. Think! Or do you have short-term memory loss or something?
Seabreeze warns Fluttershy that they're manipulating her, but Fluttershy won't listen to her. Or him? Wait, is Seabreeze a guy? A guy, with that high voice, eyelashes like that, and a name like Seabreeze? Okay, you all know this is coming.
So it pretty much goes on like this: the other pegasi are ready for the Breezies to leave, the Breezies fake being not ready, Fluttershy falls for it, and Seabreeze gets even more angry. Pretty much that for the majority of this episode.
It finally falls out of that pattern when Seabreeze gets so upset that he tries to fly away on his own. Unfortunately, this results in him crashing into a hive of...
But Fluttershy saves him by telling off the bees--believe it or not, that actually works--and tells Seabreeze that she was being too kind to the Breezies. Wow, a TV show preaching kindness now warning about being too kind? That... is actually pretty cool, I'm not going to lie. I didn't think they'd ever have the balls to do that. Too bad they did it in such a crappy episode as this instead of in a better one which would have more fans. So Fluttershy goes back to her cottage and tells the parasprites--er, I mean, Breezies--that it's time to go, and they listen to her this time. However, for a reason which really doesn't make sense, the breeze the pegasi make is either too strong or too weak to push the small group of Breezies back to their home, so somehow adding more will make the breeze just right. That makes about as much sense as... okay, you know what? I want to get through this episode, so I won't question it. So to add more Breezies, Twilight discovers that there's actually a spell that can temporarily transform a pony into a different species. I can hear the fanfictions based around that increasing! Twilight fires up her horn and... uh-oh... not this scene...
(Leaves room to puke his guts up; comes back.) Yeah, that video I linked above pretty much sums up my reaction to the mane 6's transformation into Breezies. I mean, I can't even... I don't think I can get through the rest of this episode. It's just.. bleh. I need to wash out my mouth now. I'm not going to finish this review. If you really want to know how it ends, just watch it yourself, but I don't recommend it.