Thoughts as I watch:
I wish we actually saw what RD did to actually injure her.
Predators that want to eat ponies confirmed! Interesting as to how they are portrayed to relate to ponies.
Kitten! I knew they would reuse that character model/ref!
"I love reading!" Gee, that was fast.
I like the filmgrain effect and Daring Doo doesn't say anything.
It looks like an analog to Battleships.
Terrible liar, RD. I mean, it's not just your lie being not credible but that you are an asshole while at it.
Daring Doo spoke! Commented too soon. Damn, I wish she didn't. Not that the voice or acting is bad (if cheesy), it's just a visual-medium thing.
Am I the one that found the big creature having Pinke's voice somehow fitting with its manecing malevolence?
RD! You're a pony, not a pig!
Still nicer than lying though.
"This dude" is probably the guy you didn't read because you skipped chapters.
Fireflies. It makes sense as to just release them, but how do they capture them in the first place?
That, and don't they already use candles? There is something called a safety lantern (though that would be hard to use under a blanket).
RD, they don't take kindly to hypocondriacs here!
Just push her out of the hospital? That's weird.
Are those pygamas? XD They have the feel and look of pygamas.
They have hospital security guards?
No, RD, you GET IN and GET OUT, not STOP TO READ BOOK.
Besides, if you want to steal the book, why not steal it from Twilight?
For hospital staff, they sure are vindictive.
Screw-nut seems to be the reason for the security guard it seems....
Taking him for granted a bit, eh RD?
What is that Ali-Zoro anyway? He appears to be a monekey-cat hybrid.
Oh, and what is with the statue?
Huh, her bedroom is different from season 1. There it was just a cloud. Here, it's a proper bed and everything.
Conclusion: Very fun and a bit more character-driven than the last one. I particularly liked Dash in her "catsuit", it was just adorable. Her performance here was adorable too. She was a bit assholish, but unlike otherwise, the reason was clear.