Why, an honest to Celestia guest? Indeed it is because we have Big Jim Miller, the Supervising Director over at DHX for My Little Pony, for a spirited one hour chat about all things equine! Yepo, it’s a great discussion about everything MLP, EQG, IDW, and even DC and other acronyms. It’s a great time, he’s a great guy, and you should listen. Oh yeah – and we’re not dead it seems.
It’s all over all over again. And again. And again. Like five times or so it’s happened where everything just stops. Ity’s like we’re caught in a loop of having MLP episodes and then they just vanish. It’s so strange. Anyway, for our 200th episode we talk about horses for a while and savor the coming hiatus. Plans be made.
May we sing you a song? How about one a few weeks late about an episode in the tune of an AJ episode with a special guest? It’s pretty good, awesome much, and stuff. Hy, and we got us chatterboxes on again. Who woulda guessed?
We’re all pretty tired this episode. We lost the original 198 due to Xsplit deciding to corrupt the file. So we cover this weeks and last weeks pony episode, a bit of news from both, and discuss the impending end of the season and the potential year-long hiatus.
I’m not event sure what happened. Sandy was talking about all these trials and tribulations, torrential storms, masses of oddly dressed creatures, all the while seeking guidance from a kindly old man with an astonishing beard!
No, that was Frodo.
Sandy helped chair a convention. Yeah, that’s what happened. Sorry, got my stories confused. NMND went really well, Sandy, Cider, Scope and Alpha chat about it. Good times.
(PS, sorry its so late, I could give some boring excuses, but, meh.)
(PPS, sorry, no show doc. I blame Alpha.)
This week we talked to one of your most loyal subjects, Spike the dragon… aka Cathy Weseluck. We talked shop and had a very nice conversation about things beyond My Little Pony. We also talked about those 3 kids Luna keeps having to keep an eye on finally getting their butt tattoos. Good for them.
I can explain. Ya see, the reason Alpha and I were absent, yet again, is mostly Alpha’s fault. But that is a story for another time. While we were out, AC, Sandy and Scope had a rip-roaring time with the incomprehensible Ishi Rudell of both MLP:FIM and Equestria Girls. Not to mention, the brand new episode featuring everyone’s favorite new character, Orchard Blossom. Robin Williams would be proud. Also, the dog ate my homework. Please don’t give me detention.
Your faithful student,
PS- Be sure to stay another hour after the interview because its fun here!
Bronyville Oktoberfest chugs right along this week as we get to spend some time with the one and only, Marÿke Hendrikse! Marÿke lends her voice(s) to the nefariously adorable Sonata Dusk as well as the infamous Gilda. She jumps right in with the crew to chat about everything from sports and food, to the predatory instincts of griffins. Also in this episode, we go on about the latest Equestria Girls movie, Friendship Games. (Spolier alert: we liked it.) And when that’s all said and done, Sandy, Alpha and I meet up with an old buddy of mine to hunt some zombies and end up saving a garden gnome in the process, links included at the bottom. It was quite a weekend.
Today we learned that yes, its lunch. Katrina Hadley dropped by to talk about life as a storyboarder, some tidbits about Friendship Games & Rainbow Rocks without getting fired and then she and I went into nostalgia mode as we talked about old Sierra AGI games. Then Cider’s Surface crapped out and Sandy’s Skype decided to die & then update itself. So yeah, par for the course for Bronyville.
Your faithful guard,
P.S.: Bob is so ripped his shirt ripped off faster than Hasbro shredded that little girl’s letter.