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'''My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic''' is a Canadian-American animated series based on Hasbro's My Little Pony toyline and is often referred to by collectors as the fourth generation (also referred to as “G4”) of the franchise. Despite being aimed at a female and family audience, the show has garnered a fanbase with male and teenage viewers who refer to themselves as "Bronies" which still lasts to this day.
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''My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic'' is a Canadian-American animated fantasy series based on Hasbro's My Little Pony toyline and is often referred to by collectors as the fourth generation (also referred to as "G4") of the franchise. Despite being aimed at a female and family audience, the show has garnered a fanbase with male and teenage viewers who refer to themselves as "Bronies" which still lasts to this day.
  
On November 10, 2012, the series' third season debuted. And with it came an episode titled ''Spike at your Service'' in which Twilight Sparkle's assistant Spike becomes a servant to Applejack after she saves his life.
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On November 10th, 2012, the series' third season debuted. And with it came an episode titled "Spike at your Service" in which Twilight Sparkle's assistant Spike becomes a service to Applejack after she saves his life.
  
However, in earlier drafts of the episode, it was Rarity who had saved Spike's life instead of Applejack. This version was eventually scrapped due to Rarity being written off as mean and unlikable towards him.
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However, in earlier drafts of the episode, it was Rarity who had saved Spike's life instead of Applejack. '''This version was eventually scrapped due to Rarity being written off as mean and unlikable towards him'''.
  
Showrunner Meghan McCarthy was the first to mention this version back in a 2013 Panel<ref>https://www.equestriadaily.com/2013/02/unicon-2013-panel-writers-room.html?m=1</ref>. Additionally, writer Dave Polsky stated on Twitter that he has the original script to ''Spike at your Service'', but joked that it's stored away in a vault and shouldn't be opened until 100 years after his death.<ref>https://twitter.com/mariofanboy15/status/409356836379164672?s=19</ref>
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Showrunner Meghan McCarthy was the first to mention this version back in a 2013 Panel.<ref>[https://www.equestriadaily.com/2013/02/unicon-2013-panel-writers-room.html?m=1 Meghan McCarthy's mentioning of the alternate version of "Spike at your Service".] Retrieved 18 Sep '20</ref> Additionally, writer Dave Polsky stated on Twitter that he has the original script to "Spike at your Service", but joked that it's stored away in a vault and shouldn't be opened until 100 years after his death.<ref>[https://twitter.com/mariofanboy15/status/409356836379164672?s=19 Dave Polsky's tweet on having the episode's original script.] Retrieved 18 Sep '20</ref>
  
 
Outside of a couple passing mentions, nothing from the Rarity version of the episode has surfaced.
 
Outside of a couple passing mentions, nothing from the Rarity version of the episode has surfaced.

Revision as of 21:19, 19 September 2020

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My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is a Canadian-American animated fantasy series based on Hasbro's My Little Pony toyline and is often referred to by collectors as the fourth generation (also referred to as "G4") of the franchise. Despite being aimed at a female and family audience, the show has garnered a fanbase with male and teenage viewers who refer to themselves as "Bronies" which still lasts to this day.

On November 10th, 2012, the series' third season debuted. And with it came an episode titled "Spike at your Service" in which Twilight Sparkle's assistant Spike becomes a service to Applejack after she saves his life.

However, in earlier drafts of the episode, it was Rarity who had saved Spike's life instead of Applejack. This version was eventually scrapped due to Rarity being written off as mean and unlikable towards him.

Showrunner Meghan McCarthy was the first to mention this version back in a 2013 Panel.[1] Additionally, writer Dave Polsky stated on Twitter that he has the original script to "Spike at your Service", but joked that it's stored away in a vault and shouldn't be opened until 100 years after his death.[2]

Outside of a couple passing mentions, nothing from the Rarity version of the episode has surfaced.

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