This quote is not visible as the quoted user has been deactivated.
I applaud you for being an honest hater, and actually have tried more than enough of the show to get a sense of what it’s about. Do I agree with what you said? Not at all. But since you can back it up with your own personal experiences garnered from actually watching the show, I am completely fine with your opinion. I only bash on people (there’s a few in this thread) who go, NEVAR WATCHED IT NEVAR WILL.
My only gripe with your comment is your use of CAPS LOCK and bold text. It looks terrible, and only makes your comment seem like a bout of rage. Which it is. But a fine one at that.
The only complaints I have on that (or that I can write without sounding butthurt) are that it lacks any wit. It’s there, you just didn’t catch any of it because you approached the show with a negative attitude. What were you expecting anyway? And realize that despite the massive brony fandom, it is, at heart, a little girl’s show, and the plots have too be simplistic and simple, the characters have to be rather exaggerated, and the humour has to be cheesy (at times). It’s what they do with these limitations that counts. And on that note, MLP has succeeded on many levels.
One last remark. The first few episodes are pretty mediocre, I’ll agree with you on that. That’s because the writers didn’t know they had a wider audience, and specifically dumbed down the plots and stuff to make it more appealing to younger girls. The show really picks up mid-late 1st season, and by season 2, even with the creator gone, the show just keeps getting better and better. I SUGGEST PARTY OF ONE AND LESSON ZERO.
See, that didn’t really add any more meaning to my post, did it?