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@FalcoDash107  
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In this universe, the show continued past Season 9 and had 45 seasons. Seasons 14-30 suffered seasonal rot, while 17-23(?) in particular were considered the
“Derailed years” where everything went off the rails. Half the cast was recast starting from S16E14 Don’t Comb Around Here No More. After S12E04 Mother and Child Reunion,
the show switches to ToonBoom.
Intro sequence changes:
S10E01-
S14E05-
S16E14-
S17E14-
S19E11- Black screen episode
S19E12-
S24E02-
S26E26-
S30E03-
S45E26––
Rockhoof arm-wrestles Bulk Biceps. I don’t care where it happens, episode, short, second movie, whatever. Make it happen. Winner takes on Maud.
After a while, the show switches to ToonBoom after the all the crew’s online accounts are hijacked by a security exploit in Flash, which makes the news.
(Adobe files for bankruptcy shortly after.) This occurs mid-season.
Formula:
Pre-Derailing:
Episodes 1 and 2 are always a 2-parter that involves some threat. If the season is even-numbered, Ocellus will do something stupid that gets the Mane 6/Ponyville/all
of Equestria into trouble/danger/peril.
Episode 3 is always a Pinkie and Maud episode
Episodes 4 and 5 can be anything, but one will always feature Rainbow Dash prominently
Episode 6 will always be a CMC episode
Episodes 7 through 14 can be anything, but one is always a map episode
Episode 15 is always an “all Mane 6” episode
Episode 16 is always either a Trixie episode or a Starlight Glimmer episode
Episodes 17 and 18 can be anything, but one is always a map episode
Episode 19 can be anything, but will almost always either star Fluttershy and/or be a rehash of a previous episode
Episodes 20 and 21 can be anything, but will always feature the princesses, the Wonderbolts or Sassy Saddles in some capacity
Episode 22 will always be a CMC episode
Episodes 23 and 24 can be anything
Episodes 25 and 26 are always a 2-parter that involves some threat. If the season is even-numbered, the Mane 6 will always be put on a bus for
the duration of the episode for some reason or another
Exactly one episode will feature Daring Do
Between one and five characters who haven’t had a speaking role for at least two seasons will appear in a major role
There will be between 5 and 25 songs. If the total number is 14 or more, one episode will be a musical
Derailing:
Episodes 1 and 2 are always a 2-parter that involves some threat. Flurry Heart always saves the day
Episode 3 is always a Pinkie and Maud episode
Episode 4 will always be a CMC episode
Episodes 5 through 11 can be anything, literally, and might not even be FiM related
Episode 12 is always a map episode
Episode 13 is always a Spike episode
Episodes 14 through 22 can be anything, literally, and episode 17 will always skip its cold open
Episodes 23 and 24 can be anything, but will always feature the princesses, the Wonderbolts or Sassy Saddles in some capacity and one is always a map episode
Episodes 25 and 26 are always a 2-parter that involves some threat. If episode 14 did not feature the CMC in any capacity, the Dubstep Tit will save the day somehow
One episode features a great tit singing a rap-dubstep song about Celestia
At least one episode will have a scene of Spike doing something disgusting
About 52% of all Derailing episodes are written by Chris Scully and/or Mike Savino. All 2-parters that aren’t are written by Paul Camp and/or Bob Tibbitt, who also
write a decent portion of regular episodes
Post-Derailing, pre-apocalypse:
Episodes 1 and 2 are always a 2-parter that involves some threat.
Episode 3 is always a Pinkie and Maud episode
Episodes 4, 5 and 6 can be anything
Episode 7 is always a Spike episode
Episode 8 is always a CMC episode
Episodes 25 and 26 are always a 2-parter that involves some threat.
More to come, this one’s not finished in the slightest
The apocalypse takes one whole season
Post-apocalypse:
Episodes 1 and 2 are always a 2-parter that involves some threat.
Episodes 25 and 26 are always a 2-parter that involves some threat.
More to come, this one’s not finished in the slightest
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No stress,no drama
Pony Life episode: Cowgirl and a Elegant  
Summary: Applejack and Rarity decides to swap their roles for one day,but when they notice that both jobs are hard for opposite sides,they both draws a conclusion to not complain about each other’s passions and help each other even if it’s hard
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Just another guy 92

At the risk of necromancing this thread (which is something that I apologize for in advance), would it be alright to post ideas for hypothetical episodes that might have happened between “The Ending of The End” and “The Last Problem” (and that aren’t from the Season 10 comics) had the show continued on?
Just another guy 92

Okay then.
 
A Star Is Bored: When Rara stops by Sweet Apple Acres, Applejack attempts to help her relax and take a break from stardom. But can they get away from the paparazzi for more than a few seconds? Special Guest Star: Lena Hall as Coloratura.
 
Airships, Trains & Wagons: When Starlight falls ill and can’t assist Trixie in her magic show in the Crystal Empire, Pinkie volunteers to be her substitute assistant. But things do not go quite as planned…
 
Tales From The Stable (Halloween Special): A strange stallion tells three strange and frightening tales on a dark Nightmare Night: First, a bizarre shape-shifting beast terrorizes the town outskirts on moonlit nights; Next, a group of piñatas seek revenge on party goers; Finally, Smolder and Gallus test each other’s bravery by camping out in the Everfree forest, only to find something lurking in the dark. Special Guest Star: John Kassir as Horror Host.
 
Girls Fight Out: When Silverstream, Smoulder and Yona return from their first all girls camping trip angry with one another, The CMC step in to solve this problem and prevent this friendship from ending.
 
Fan or Foe: When Trixie meets her secondary idols, a trio of stage magicians known as The GEM Stones, she goes out of her way to try to become a member. But Starlight doesn’t take too kindly to their initiation methods. Special Guest Stars: Elle McLemore as Glimmering Gemstone, Jessica Keenan Wynn as Enchanted Evening, and Alice Lee as Moonshine Magic.
 
A Dash of Fashion: When Rainbow Dash designs an outfit as a joke, she and Rarity have a good laugh at it. But what happens when Dash’s joke becomes the next big trend?
 
The Great Con: In order to make him the new spokesman of their latest scam, Flim and Flam trick Gallus into believing that he’s the last living descendent of the griffin King Grover.
 
The Mom Six: The Mane Six’s mothers (and Granny Smith) each win a trip to a small Vanhoover resort. But when a certain con artist shows up to swindle the owner out of it’s deed, the group must step into their daughters hooves and save the resort.
 
Citizen Cake: When Mayor Mare retires from office, Pinkie Pie, Starlight, and Sugar Belle help Mr. Cake run against Spoiled Rich to take her place.
 
Oh, Brothers: In order to get him out of the house more, Fluttershy suggests to Zephyr Breeze that he go and make some new friends. When he meets up with Big Mac and Shinning Armor, the two find him to be annoying, only to discover that they may have more in common then they thought.
 
Law & Disorder: When the Council of Chaos charge Discord with a lack of chaotic activities, he has 48 hours to prove he is just as chaotic as ever; or risk losing not only his powers, but also any trace or memories of his existence in Equestria. Guest Stars: Tom Hiddelstone as Entropy, Rachael Ann Laudiero as Disarray, and Alex Hirsch as Havoc; the heads of the Council of Chaos.
 
Super Smash Sisters: When neither Applejack nor Big Mac can join her in the next Sisterhooves Social, Yona decides to fill in to be Applebloom’s partner.
 
Casting A Long Shadow Trixie and Starlight arrive in a small town where they meet an old mare who just wants to rekindle her relationship between her and her daughter. But the daughter just so happens to be another former villain; one who is ashamed of her past to the point of being terrified to reunite with her. Special Guest Star: Emily Blunt as Tempest Shadow.
 
The Hex Files: When an old zebra claiming to be Zecora’s father arrives in their home town, Zecora says that she wants nothing to do with him. It’s up to Applebloom and Fluttershy to rekindle the relationship between father and daughter. Guest Star: Keith David as Zecora’s Father.
 
The Graduates: The Young Six are excited about finally graduating from The School of Friendship, until they begin to wonder what will happen to their own friendship once they go their separate ways.
 
Worlds Collide (Three-Part Special): When Equestria’s most ancient enemy, Lavan, is resurrected, The Mane Six need the assistance of a legendary unsung heroine from another world to aid in his defeat once again. The problem: She doesn’t remember anything about the pony world. Special Guest Stars: James Earl Jones as Lavan, Allyson Michalka as Meghan Williams, and Ted Sroka as Bray.
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@SwordKing
That would be really scummy of Zipp to do that and it could probably drive Pipp insane (and not in a good way).
This probably would be better if it were a flashback episode they were teens where they would be more immature and Zipp would not realize how damaging that could be.
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