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Two years after her return, Princess Luna is still having a hard time getting back up to speed on her country, as well as mending the unfortunate reputation that some of her earlier exploits gave her. But Celestia has a plan to teach her sister how to truly be a proper Princess, and earn the public's respect in the process.

But they'll never get anywhere if they can't even agree on the weather.

Special thanks to:
Resda, for the guard pun
Mondai Shunketsu, for the weather ponies puns
Rest In Peace:
Bud Abbott (October 2, 1895 – April 25, 1974)
Lou Costello (March 6, 1906 – March 3, 1959)
Two true greats in the field of comedy.

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Comments ( 11 )

A very good read, I like :derpytongue2:

Never saw that comin mate. This fic must have took some serious time.

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At the rate you were going, you should have just had them go out to the Royal Canterlot Hoofball Grounds and discuss a pony named Who playing first basestallion. :facehoof:

You'd think that after 2 years Luna would have already become familiar with Equestrian Government and History.

I'm so glad I was browsing new stories right now! Thanks for the name drop! I'm glad I was able to contribute to this silliness. :pinkiehappy:

I do feel bad for Luna, being subjected to a string of Who's On First gags. If this is Celestia's way of teaching a princess the ins and outs of royalty, then it's a wonder that Cadance came out so well-adjusted. And when it comes to be Twilight's turn, she's likely to burst into flame.

Well, I don't know if the weather mix-up was intentional from Celestia (she might had been tired after all), but the part at the cafeteria was just too hilarious :rainbowlaugh: This is the kind of event that could happen to me... Poor Luna, she should have specified that it was the name of the chief. Well, at least I think they succeed with helping her image considering that she reconciled with her sister in front of the press.

Sorry, I know that it is probably considered poor etiquette to edit a story after the "Completed" status has been displayed, but unfortunately I was struck with a rather severe case of l'esprit de l'escalier on this one, as an extension to the ending occurred to me which I simply could not pass up. I PROMISE that from now on this story will not change.

By the way, thanks for all the positive feedback thus far! I honestly did not expect this much for a story that I literally wrote in a week, then edited for one day.

The heel-face turn for Luna was a bit sudden, but the jokes were mostly spot-on. Very nice.

My face has imploded from the force of my facepalm.

Downvoted for Lunabuse

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