>>Sorry for the time taken to reply
>>Maybe we can move this conversation to /txt/? It's pretty dead and without topics there. Are we allowed to do that?
I'm totally okay with the idea, but I'd rather use an email, if you don't mind to be penpals. It's up to you. Anyway, mods don't seem to mind our writing here.
>>...her lack of logic and care [...] is horrifying.
Maybe creators of Adventure Time want to show that science is unable to solve problems, with PB relying on it very much as well as on logic and reason. She is quite selfish - she created the whole kingdom and its citizens out of nothing, but for what? Marceline, being the same age as PB, is quite comfortable on her own. But their personalities are different - PB is very industrious, she possibly couldn't maintain her mental health for a thousand years without caring for her subjects, even if they and the kingdom are used by her to provide challenges for her intellect. Or maybe she just bit more than she can chew. Anyway her subjects are generally happy, that's what really matters.
>>Not sure where things are going with this new stitched-together Lemongrab, but at this point I've given up hope a happy ending for LG2.
At this point nothing certain can be said, really. I feel that creators of the show care about their characters and plan sort of happy endings for them (namely, Lemongrabs and Ice King), maybe not very soon but at least before the show ends. There's a new episode coming with Lemongrab in it.
>>The human versions were an interesting idea, but it (probably) could have been more well executed.
It was, in my opinion, a totally commercial idea. To cut off half of the third season, just to make a crappy, 1.5-hour cartoon for lil' girls (now they really meant it). It was a fanservice for bronies, who seem to revel on idea of humanization from the start of the show, and target audience, who will find it easier to relate to girls in a schools setting (The cartoon takes place in school, right?), than to quadruped equids. Little girls will buy more of hasbro's crap (I saw a doll of humanized Rarity *creeps*) to fill the pockets of the shareholders and the board. Not to mention that the whole cartoon is poorly made - with all that weird mouth articulations and facial features. The whole style reminds me of Canadian show called 6teen. Original MLP is way more better from artistic point of view alone.
>>Twilight becoming a princess was just a terrible idea all together (along with how they decided to pack that episode full of songs).
I am very protective of Twilight - she is like a sister to me. Not to mention that she once saved my wife's life. It upsets me that she suffered from poor decisions of screenwriters and show staff. The main feature of the show is that the characters are average ponies without any supernatural abilities who solve all their problems with the help of their personal qualities rather than with the help of superpowers. I felt like in the last two episodes of the second season (that's where I stopped watching it) her magic capabilities were unnecessarily brought to extremes. I don't understand how getting wings and the status of princess would harmonize with the initial "becoming a better person" concept of the show. The "musical episode" is a sure sign of a show jumping the shark.
>>You definitely have more experience dealing with that sort of thing though.
>>and hating it has become recreational
I will write on this topic tomorrow. It's very personal. I don't want you to think that I want to burden you with my issues, so if you are uncomfortable, I will understand.