Why Derpy Hooves Deserves Her Own Episode In My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Season 4

Posted on Feb 18 2013 - 8:26am by Christopher

Why Derpy Hooves Deserves Her Own Episode In My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Season 4

Now bronies it’s obvious that when we all watch My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic we all ended up loving Derpy Hooves with a passion, she’s a fan favorite that all bronies care for. But she was hardly shown throughout all of season 3 until the finale of course; she was shown I believe three times throughout the whole final episode and it made me so happy!

Though the writers gave us our beloved background pony Derpy Hooves, but was it enough to satisfy us? Personally it wasn’t, for me I think that they should make up for the fact they hid Derpy Hooves from us and let her have a whole episode dedicated to her.

They could easily just take a break from the Mane 6 and show us the everyday life of Derpy Hooves and all she goes through while delivering the mail and all the clumsy accidents she gets into, they’ve confirmed the 4th season will have 26 episodes and I’m fairly sure it should be possible to do this.

Who cares about what other think, Derpy Hooves is in no way offensive, just because she’s slow and clumsy doesn’t mean that she should be hidden; we have to follow the principles of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and love and tolerate this clumsily cute pony.

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  1. Andy April 6, 2013 at 9:54 pm - Reply

    Also, to keeping the “rabid haters” at bay, they could simply say that her eyes are a medical condition. If I remember right, there’s something called “brown syndrome” that causes “Derp eyes”

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