My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #41 MLP: FIM #41
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #40 MLP: FIM #40
a parody of the Little Golden Books series, Zecora narrates Rainbow Dash's day in rhyme.
Rainbow Dash wakes up one morning excited that the new Daring Do book has just hit store shelves. She brings Tank along with her to the bookstore and imagines having a book-reading get-together with her friends in the park when she suddenly slams into a brick wall made of condensed clouds.
As Rainbow glares angrily at the construction worker who ruined her good mood, a small black cloud—referred to in narration as a Dreary—forms over her head. She parts on bitter terms with the construction worker, and a Dreary appears over his head as well.
Bad moods spread around Ponyville like a virus, causing more and more Drearies to appear. By the time Rainbow Dash reaches the bookstore, a long line of ponies has formed, and she takes her frustrations out on her friends. Because no one would try and make amends, the Drearies continue to spread—from Big McIntosh to Apple Bloom to Cranky Doodle Donkey to the Wonderbolts to Shining Armor to Derpy.
As the Drearies multiply out of control and form a large black cloud over Ponyville, Zecora encourages Tank to try and cheer Rainbow Dash up. When he bumps into her, however, she explodes in anger at him, causing him to cry. Seeing Tank sad causes the Mane Six to snap out of their bad moods, and their Drearies disappear. Rainbow apologizes to her beloved pet and sees how many ponies her bad mood has affected.
After apologizing to her friends, Rainbow sets out to apologize to other ponies she crossed, and they in turn make amends with those they themselves have crossed. Little by little, the Drearies vanish completely. Some time later, the Mane Six have a Daring Do reading party in the park, and Ponyville's good spirits are restored—except for the construction worker from the beginning of the comic, whose Dreary still remains.
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