Top 10 Underrated Episodes of My Little Pony: Friendship Is MagicThis is a list of the Friendship is Magic episodes that you feel deserve more attention or receive too much hate. These do not necessarily have to be your favorite episodes but they should be episodes that you believe are underrated.
The Top Ten
Celestia was the best part of this episode.
Nobody ever talks about this episode. It's really funny!
The Yakety Sax chase scene is the best part!
I love how celestia was just trying to have fun and be a normal pony even though the cakes we're out sround her
How the hell is this even near the top 10 of worst episodes? This was a million times better than the season 5 finale. It may not have been as good as Twilight's Kingdom or The Cutie Map, but it was thoroughly entertaining to watch throughout, despite a few flaws. I loved the way Starlight was handled in this finale, and her conflict here made sense. The lack of explanation for how everyone got captured and the changelings new looks were my only major complaints about this finale. Loved everything else. I'm also glad they didn't reform Chrysalis. Starlight haters, watch Starlight episodes with an open mind before writing them off next time. It helped me overcome my initial indifference towards Starlight going into season 6. - TexasBro93
Not really sure why the finale has such mixed feelings. I personally thought it was one of the best, if not the best, finales of the series. The mane 6 getting captured rather easily and the changelings new forms were my only complaints about it. Loved everything else.
Love this one. Second-favourite episode of the season after Saddle Row Review
This episode definitely has my vote. But Thorax's new look though..
Realmente me gusto que le dieran un conclusión al personaje de Fluttershy
I don't get why people criticize Discord's portrayal when chaos is in his nature and he often can't help himself - unlike the cocky condescending jerk he was in What About Discord?... - TylertheTitan
I love how it shows a pony version of the Olympic games. Truly brilliant episode, deserves more praise.
Just because the episode was focused on Spike doesn't actually make it bad.
I have to admit though, spike singing the anthem was physically painful.
This episode is another example of people just overreacting.
This Is Probably One Of The Most Divisive Episodes Of The Whole Show While It Isn't Like Putting Your Hoof Down Where People Either Love It, Like It, Find It Okay Or The Most Commune Thought The Worst Episode Of The Whole Show. But With Appaloosa's Most Wanted I Seem To Be The Only One Who Really Loves This Episode Sear The Grown Up's Are Morns But It Isn't As Aggravating Rainbow Dash's Behaviour In 28 Pranks Later Or As Petty As The Cart Before The Ponies. But Other Then That It's Got A Really Soled Plot Some Likeable Main Characters And A Very Good Moral It Has A Lot More Good To Offer Then Princess Spike Or What About Disocord
It was such a good episode! People acted like it was nothing! Same with Princess Spike.
Once I watch this episode, I was like what...this is so boring than the other episodes. The thing that only makes me funny is when Troubleshoe makes a problem...I just wait until someone changes my channel and their own channel...It is so long though...
This episode is the foreshadowing of the CMC's true talent.
This is actually one of Pinkie's best episodes.
It's pretty boring, but it was nice to see a Rarity and Applejack episode where they don't spend the entire 22 minutes arguing.
This episode has one of the best morals in the show.
This episode made up for all the idiocy of "Boast Busters". Love the connection (and bonding) between Starlight and Trixie. Those two becoming friends is very believable, not something pulled out of someone's butt just for convenience's sake. Later episodes are proof of that. Twilight may be out of character, but maybe not. She's may be overly protective. She sees it as her duty to teach Starlight the ways of friendship. She's simply afraid that Trixie might lead Starlight down the wrong path.
A pretty good episode if you can forgive how out of character Twilight was.
My favourite episode since I hate Trixie
Nice thing that they added the first voice of a changeling (or Queen Chrysalis). And also they showed the changeling nest for the first time in the show (first appearance in the comics). I didn't know why this belonged to the list
Oh come on! Spike sang at this episode!
This is one of the best episodes of the entire series. People overreacted to this episode and are often way too harsh on it.
This episode is the best of the season. I didn't hate that Twilight became a princess, in fact, I think it shows how much she has grown as a character. I liked most of the songs, specially "A True, True friend" and "I've got to find a way." I even cried a bit at the end :')
People went wwway to overboard on hating on this episode I look back and am so happy Twily became a alicorn princess
Yes, I know! It's another interpretation of "A Christmas Carol", but I loved this one. The songs here are fantastic. A must watch during the holidays. - TexasBro93
Best Season Six episode EVER (party cannon)!
This episode is already underrated. I'm starting to trust IMDb less and less everyday. This episode gave Celestia the character development she has desperately needed. - TexasBro93
This is coming out with season 7,and I KNOW it will be underrated.
Yeah,I love Cele a lot,best pony in my opinion. I'm sorry,but Luna is so overrated. I couldn't wait for this episode,and MORE GOOD NEWS(Spoilers! ) A Royal Probelm 7:10 is a LUNA AND CELE EPISODE! Eek! Can't wait!
This episode is by far one of the best of the whole series and yet it's over looken almost entirely. Why is it so great you ask? Because it teaches an important lesson: don't be too kind. Fluttershy's element of kindness always makes a character who is very open to helping others and yet here constantly pampering the breezies puts them in more danger than it does good. A lot of "kid's shows" teach kids to be nice, overly nice, this is where the fine line of being a push over and being a true helper, a balance that Fluttershy has struggled withsince day one. In this episode Fluttershy finally makes good on her development that's not played up for laughs. Fluttershy being firm with the breezies is not only a huge step forward in her development (given that true character growth didn't appear until season 4 for fluttershy) but it also shows that doing the truthfully kind thing for someone is neither easy or pretty sometimes. Fluttershy standing here grown and getting the breezies to ...more
This episode may not be the most interesting episode, but I still find it quite enjoyable. Fluttershy also has good character development in this episode.
The episode has a lot of funny moments. I don't think it is as bad as people say it is. Even though it is one of the weaker episodes, there have been worse episodes.
I'm sorry but number 9 cannot do this episode justice! The Mysterious Mare Do Well isn't an underrated episode. It's the best episode of the entire series. - Thifer20
This episode was awesome! Massively underrated and there are much worse episodes, meriweather williams gets to much hate she's actually a really good writer- Gary badmen
It did introduce Trixie (and I'm really glad for that), but it handled her and the entire showpony attitude completely wrong. It also gives a bad taste when our heroines step on the stage to 1up Trixie. It just feels wrong and could have (should have) been handled a lot better. But yes, seeing how Trixie is good now and in a lot of awesome episodes of Seasons 6 and 7, I think Boast Busters deserved a least a little bit of credit.
I don't get why so many people hate this episode. It did introduce Trixie after all.
Rarity is so funny In this episode
I thought this episode was awesome! It's also one of the darker episodes of the series. Spike also has a really awesome moment towards the end of the episode.
One of my favorite episodes.
The guys on IMDb hate it for some reason, but whatever. This episode was fun to watch. Starlight and Trixie together just might be one of the best duos in the entire show. - TexasBro93
Why do some people dislike this episode? It had one of the best endings in the whole series!
This episode was funny! Why do people hate it?
I hate this episode! And to person who just commented everybody seems to have like it. I don't!
Some people take things way too seriously. I don't think Orchard Blossom was intended to be a hateful jab at transgender people.
This episode was funny and SELF-AWARE of how annoying Big Mac and Cheerilee were
I watch this episode all of the time! CheeriMac furevah!
These first two episodes are hardly ever talked about anymore. While not as good as the rest of the series, these episodes are very enjoyable and do a good job of introducing the characters.
This episode had a bad moral, but its song was great.
I'm not sure if this would count as an episode, but it receives way too much hate. It has a lot of awesome moments and good songs.
It has crappy songs - TheRealSilverlay
This episode shows a lot of Polsky's strengths as a comedic writer, and I don't see why it's logically impossible for Daring Do to be real.
AK. Yearling is the MLP version of JK. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter
This episode isn't perfect, but it has a really original plot.
Loved this one! So does everybody else.
This episode is dumb, but it fun to watch. I was hyped for this one!
Good episode. Only thong I didn't like was that AJ's "power" was a lasso. Seriously? She has that IRL! Whatever, still liked it
I've been watching mlp since Jan 2016 and have NEVER seen anyone reference this episode. Most forgotten, underrated episode to date.
This episode has a really satisfying and heartwarming ending. It's a shame it seems to get forgotten about, because I haven't seen anyone bring up any problems with it, it just gets overshadowed by other episodes.
Spike is a kid. When kids get overly excited about something they get clumsy and make a lot of mistakes. I don't know how you people haven't even considered the reasons behind things. You do for many other episodes as well, but Spike at Your Service takes the cake.
Yes, Spike acted like an idiot in this episode, but everyone else was in character, and it was very funny.
I've noticed that Rarity episodes in general tend to be underrated by the fanbase. This episode in particular is awesome, my favorite of season 1, hands down. The scene where Rarity deals with the Diamond Dogs is among the best scenes in the show. This episode also shows Spike at his very best.
Everything with discord is good
Love this episode! Discord episodes are always Good(yes,I'm a discord fangirl😍)
I so agree, this episode was really good
For some random reason people hate this episode just because merriwerther had written it. I actually loved this episode aside from the song at the end
I think some people hate this episode just because Merriweather Williams wrote it, which I think makes no sense.
Am I the only one who doesn't hate Starlight Gilmmer's redemption?
Nope! I just wish they had saved Starlight's apology to the equal four for a later episode. - TexasBro93
People don't like this episode? People said Starlight was the next Sunset, except Equestria Girls is a separate canon!
No you are not
The cutie re mark is one of my favourite mlp episodes
This episode gets a lot of hate, mostly induced by MrEnter's video (because before he made it, this episode wasn't generally seen as terrible), but I think it actually gives Fluttershy some good development and has a really solid moral. Most of the complaints just come from the people who can't bear to look at Fluttershy acting in a "mean-spitired" way, even though her having lots of inner anger makes perfect sense, especially if you remember some of Season 1.
I enjoyed this episode because it teaches kids to man up.
This episode is just hilarious and even pays tribute to classic cartoons such as Looney Tunes.
Yes, the moral is terrible, but you can't deny this episode had some hilarious moments (Twilight "evolving" into Rapidash).
This is one of the last times we see Discord and Twilight's fun chemistry. I vastly prefer their subtle frenemy relationship to the utterly BORING interactions Discord has with Fluttershy. Discord is fun when he's being a jerk, and when his victims, like Twilight, are finding ways to one-up him. With Fluttershy, all he ever does is swoon over her. Man I wish there were more episodes about Twilight and Discord's casual conflicts.
To be blunt, I actually think this episode deserves all the hate it gets.
Most people hate this episode, but I think it's hilarious.
It came out of nowhere. no foreshadow or anything. Shouldve been a 2parter and it's so weird for an epic villian to be reformed so easily!
I really think Diamond Tiara's redemption gets too much hate.
Isn't this like the a really loved episode by the vast majority of fans?
One of the best episodes. - WorldPuncher47592834
Some people REALLY blow this episode's creepiness out of proportion.
Heck no, it's super overrated!
My favorite my Little pony episode - Zombieworldcomix
This is a genuinely very well written and funny episode. Fancypants is also a great character. I'm scratching my head seeing it's the lowest rated mlp episode on IMDb...
I never understood why so many people hate this episode. It has a lot of funny moments. It's not like Diamond Tiara or
CMC actually got away with doing bad things. They all received punishment and the CMC learned their lesson at the end.
While I already liked Apple Bloom, Scootaloo, and Sweetie Belle, I felt the obsession with the so-called cutie marks made for thin plots. Then we get an episode where they actually have a job, as sleazy tabloid reporters trying to increase their newspaper's sales. I loved it and this one of my favorite episodes featuring the characters.
I had previously dismissed Diamond Tiara as a one-note character, because her only role was insulting the "blank flanks". Then we get an episode where she is actually in charge, and trying to place an obscure newspaper on the map. Drive, ambition, strategy. And not a pip about "cutie marks". I liked Diamond Tiara for the first time, and this still my favorite appearance of the character.
This is hands-down Josh Haber's best episode of the show. It's one of the most original, mature, and flat-out TERRIFYING episodes of the whole show. Also, the fact that the shadow that was torturing Apple Bloom throughout was really her destroying her own self-confidence was really well-done. I don't really think this episode gets much hate, but I really don't think it's acknowledged for how brilliant it is.