In other news, I have become addicted to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. It's charming and colourful and intelligently written. Plotlines are surprisingly complex for what is allegedly a children's show and the main characters are pretty well fleshed out. They've had episodes about racism and puberty and other issues you wouldn't expect. And it's something I can watch with my seven-year-old daughter. We appreciate it on different levels sometimes, but we both glee over it unashamedly. And, well, it taps into the nostalgic part of me, since I was of the right age to get swept up into the first generation of My Little Ponies back in the '80s.
PONIES PONIES PONIES PONIES
Yes, it's obvious I watch this show from a mature perspective. *cough cough*