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Pinkie tends to have a lighthearted manner in serious situations, such as stopping to drink chocolate milk raining from a cotton candy cloud when the main characters confront Discord in The Return of Harmony Part 2.
As a result, she is often not taken seriously even by her closest friends, who occasionally call her out on her seemingly illogical behavior.
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• Roku‘s “Snack Suggest” feature, which recommends TV shows AND the best snack foods to “binge” on while you’re “binge-watching” them.
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When asked on Twitter if Pinkie and Marble are twins, Hearthbreakers writer Nick Confalone replied "it comes down to your definition of twins for non-humans" Characters who have been referred to as twins include Pound Cake and Pumpkin Cake, Flim and Flam, Cheerilee and Cherry Blossom, Tofu and Tempeh, Antonio and Francesco, and Spa ponies.
Regarding The Saddle Row Review, Jim Miller was asked "Are we gonna see more of THAT one Pinkie Pie from today's episode? It was a gag." Pinkie is hyperactive, excitable, quirky, and outgoing, often speaking and acting in non sequiturs.
Pinkie writes and performs many songs, and she is the source of many of the show's comical and cartoonish gags. The previous Pinkie Pie is a G3 pony whose coat is pink, with a lighter shade of pink for her mane and tail, and her cutie mark is three balloons with curved strings.
Faust had published concept art of the G1 pony Surprise which was developed into the current Pinkie Pie.