The practice mannequin head, Wigford, serves the role of Wilson here, even. He begrudgingly accepts and we get a musical montage of him learning to cut hair properly so that he can get back into Barber School, though his behavior in this looks closer to a junkie going cold turkey. Rainbow Dash: But then you won't ever do anything. You could do anything if you just tried! Another issue I have with this episode is Applejack. I would let you borrow our lawnmower, but the neighbors been borrowing it for about seven years now. Epilogue From dropout to graduate. It's cool to see someone genuinely flirt with one of the other characters, Rainbow Dash in this case.
Shy also wears the thick glasses and has her yard ruined. At least until the end of the episode, where he goes into legitimate mane therapy. Both of these are characteristics of Fluttershy's G1 counterpart, Posey. Seriously, of the three major pegasi in the series Fluttershy, Rainbow Dash, and Scootaloo , none of them have had families that have shown up in the six seasons this show has been running. I thought we got past this!! Then, Fluttershy brings Zephyr to the , where Princess tasks him with cleaning the throne room windows while supervises him. Fluttershy agrees to let Zephyr stay with her on the condition that he gets a job.
I don't what to let any personal information go by, but this does remind me of the relationship I have with my own brother! Shy let Zephyr walk all over them, making Fluttershy look less shy by comparison. Guess the only breeze this zephyr can count on is his own! Zephyr then closes her mouth by pushing her lower jaw up. We finally get to see Fluttershy's parents! Moving on, the way he bounced around the Mane 6 when it came to actually working was funny too, but I just wish that Applejack and Pinkie were more apart of the plot. Season five and season six—so far, has been very good for her character improvement. The thing that wouldn't leave. Does this seem that Fluttershy's last name is Breeze? Then again, she has been instrumental in saving Equestria multiple times, can stand up to ferocious beasts without fear, and is best friends with the living embodiment of chaos, so…yeah, it checks out. It's probably justified since Rainbow has a job and being a Wonderbolt, a very physical one and she's very good at it, so she sees her own napping as a well-deserved break, while Zephyr is simply a.
Honestly, I think it's better not to try at all. Repeated when Rainbow Dash mentions the word and the same pony overreacts. Shy express how pleased they are with Zephyr Breeze's recent drive and determination. However, arrives to inform her of an emergency. Quotes For more quotes, see the episode's. Zephyr believes that he is a failure who'll never amount to anything because he's failed before at numerous things it's implied that he flunked out of Mane Therapy school the first time and hides his insecurities through a , but Fluttershy sees more in him. Who wants to go buy me some pot!? Fluttershy: Zephyr, you're smart and talented.
Zephyr is not much use on his own, failing to start a fire or set up a camp. However, when Fluttershy and Twilight check up on him later, he has somehow duped Spike into doing all the work. Shy being extreme pushovers who are constantly mistreated by a wacky mooching off of them and too afraid to stand up for themselves brings out a lot of similarities to. Retrieved on 2016 June 3. It's even better that it's her own brother she's with! She is annoyed by his very presence.
Fluttershy pulls her parents aside and comments that allowing Zephyr Breeze to move back in with them is a bad idea, considering his history of being a freeloader. He returns to Fluttershy's cottage in the next scene with burn marks and his mane standing on end. At that moment, Zephyr bursts in, wearing a graduation gown and having just graduated from mane therapy school. He even thinks that Rainbow became a great flyer solely to impress him. When Zephyr comes through the door of Fluttershy's cottage, she amends it to 70%. Flutershy: Actually, I said I am going to tea with the princess. Rainbow responds to his advances with a mix of annoyance and disgust.
Rarity is the first victim who simply requests that he dye some cloth for her and the end result is an absolute nightmare. We're gonna have so much fun. Shy's reluctant acceptance of their son's ways, Fluttershy firmly tells him that he needs to move out and learn to stand on his own. While having lunch with her parents and Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy's father brings up her younger brother, Zephyr Breeze, who is a notorious slacker with visions of being artistic. Once shown in action, most of those fears were quelled though some were still sore about the portrayal. The script's first and second drafts were respectively written on April 7 and 23, and polished on May 1 and 14. He's a manipulative jerk with crippling fear of failure, sure, and no one's really supposed to like him until the end, but the fandom's a little split over whether he's funny enough to justify it or if he's just an annoyance and spoiled the episode.
Zephyr wants to continue to stay with his sister, but since he still hasn't found a job like he agreed, Fluttershy forbids him from staying any longer. There she meets five special ponies who take her on exciting adventures and teach her the most powerful magic of all. So I did it for you. Next week is the mid-season finale, which is good because I have some stuff to catch up on, so until next week, my name is KrisSimsters and Stay Golden. Rarity tasks him with color-dyeing fabrics while she and Fluttershy step out to buy more supplies.