TV Copilot 004 “My Little Pony”
Welcome to TV Copilot, the podcast where I take you on a trip through the ins, outs, ups, and betweens of televised shows for visual media. This is episode number 4, and I’m talking about the television cartoon show “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic”
I am “Johnny Feisty”, here to lead you on a journey through what is arguably an animated children’s program. I’m going to talk about how My Little Pony came to exist. We’ll have a special guest to talk about its cultural impact. And we’ll also have some special clips, interviews, and some facts about My Little Pony that you’ve probably never heard.
I Watched What Now?
“My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” or “MLPFIM”. Sort of a funny story about how I ended up watching this particular show. I had a special request to review the 80s children’s cartoon “Rainbow Brite” for this episode. So I went straight to the video store and said to the clerk, “Hey, hook me up with the Rainbow Brite.” Strangely enough…
I’ve got a few clips from My Little Pony that I’d like to share. This time, we’re counting down the top three clips.
Special Guest: Our special guest cultural commentator this week goes by the assumed name “Apple Jackson.” We met online in a Google+ hangout.
- Not Lauren Faust
- Probably not Tara Strong
Recommendy if you Likey
Now that we’re all up in My Little Pony, here’s the part where I recommend what you can do next to feed your pony addiction with Movie, TV Show, Book, and Music recommendations
Movie: My Little Pony: The Movie.
TV show: Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends
Book of the week: The Outsiders, by SE Hinton.
Music: “Party Hard” by Andrew WK.
Let me Sum Up
Feedback, Shoutouts, etc.
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