In the episode, a class war ensues in South Park when it becomes a hot spot for rich celebrities, all of whom are African-American. Meanwhile, Token feels rejected by his friends and goes to live with lions.
Originally, there was a scene involving Twilight contemplating giving up her role as the princess of friendship to Princess Celestia because of what her actions caused to Moon Dancer. Celestia then surprises Twilight by telling her that it's a lesson that she only recently learned herself, and that it's never too late to repair a broken friendship (referring to her relationship with Princess Luna). The scene was cut for time from the final version of the episode.
At the Castle of Friendship, Twilight Sparkle relaxes with a book after a week of nonstop princess duties. Walking in after doing the dishes, Spike remarks about the irony of Twilight being the Princess of Friendship after being such a bad friend back in Canterlot. When Twilight denies this, Spike points to photos on the wall of Twilight and her Ponyville friends; she has no photos of her time in Canterlot.
Twilight is horrified and ashamed that she doesn't even remember any of her old friends' names. Determined to set this right, she tells Spike to pack up for a trip to Canterlot and to make a list of her friends' names.
The next day, Twilight and Spike start out by visiting Minuette, who happily greets the two. Minuette is delighted to catch up on old times with Twilight and suggests a get-together with Lemon Hearts and Twinkleshine. At Joe's donut shop, the four friends have lunch together, and Twilight apologizes to the other three for not appreciating her friendship with them. Minuette, Lemon Hearts, and Twinkleshine don't take it personally, and they are thrilled to reconnect with Twilight again.
The four ponies and Spike visit the School for Gifted Unicorns, where Twilight reminisces about spending time with Moon Dancer as a filly. When she asks her friends about Moon Dancer, they admit that they eventually lost touch with her.
Twilight, Moon Dancer, Minuette, Lemon Hearts, Twinkleshine, and Spike have dinner together at a restaurant later that night. However, Moon Dancer's standoffishness makes the others uncomfortable. Eventually, Moon Dancer decides to leave. Twilight stops her and encourages her to give friendship a chance, but Moon Dancer refuses, saying she already gave friendship a chance a long time ago and it didn't work out.
Later, as Moon Dancer leaves the Canterlot library, she finds a trail of old history books leading somewhere. Collecting the books as she walks, Moon Dancer soon arrives at a party that Twilight and her friends put together. Twilight wishes to make up for missing Moon Dancer's last party with a new one.
In a fit of anger, Moon Dancer suddenly lashes out at Twilight, remarking that her party was the first time she ever made an effort to socialize with others. When Twilight not only missed the party but also left Canterlot without saying goodbye, Moon Dancer felt humiliated and thus rejected friendship so she wouldn't be hurt again. After venting her frustrations, she breaks down in tears.
As Twilight apologizes for hurting Moon Dancer, her old friends reach out to her once more and Spike brings in some other ponies that Moon Dancer is close to, including her sister. Moon Dancer tearfully accepts Twilight's apology and invites her friends to party with her.
Moon Dancer's party lasts well into the night. When it ends, Twilight, Pinkie, and Spike say goodbye to Moon Dancer, and she thanks Twilight for helping her rediscover friendship. Spike presents Moon Dancer with the present he never got to give her at her first party: a photograph of Twilight, Moon Dancer, and their friends sharing cupcakes.
Cut back to Rick heading out beyond the walls for a stroll. At the same time, from his room, Carl spots Enid skulking around the back yard. He watches her approach the wall and marvels as she effortlessly scales it.
It's Stu and Didi's fifth anniversary! The grownups have thrown a party to celebrate, but the babies are confused as to what is happening, since no one is celebrating a birthday. Angelica explains that the party is a \"nursery\" party, where two people celebrate being friends for a long time. Tommy understands but wonders why he and Chuckie have not had such a party. Chuckie agrees, saying that he and Tommy have been friends forever. This makes Angelica jealous.
Drew congratulates Stu for his anniversary but is interrupted by Charlotte yelling at her cellphone to someone. She proceeds to explain to Didi that she and Drew need to quickly go to Japan to save a business deal, and they need someone to watch Angelica. Didi agrees, and Drew and Charlotte quickly leave the party to pack and catch an early flight. Betty enters, congratulating Didi on 5 happy years with Stu. Didi thanks her for throwing the party, and Betty explains that the timing was perfect, since she and Howard plan to fumigate their house (and needed to clear out the cabinets of food). Stu approaches Didi and gives her his surprise gift: two tickets for a cruise to Mexico. But Didi tells him that she already agreed to babysit Angelica. Since the tickets can't be refunded, they try to think of who could watch Tommy and Angelica. Grandpa Lou is on a fishing trip, Betty and Howard are having their house bug-bombed, and Didi's parents are already exhausted from the party. This means the Finster's are left to babysit Tommy and Angelica, which Marvin and Shirley are all too happy to do. The following morning, Stu and Didi set sail on their romantic cruise.
At home, Shirley gives Tommy a cookie, pointing out that Tommy looks perfectly happy. Chas consults the Lipschitz book again, which reads that the adults should not be misled by Tommy's smile, and that they should make him feel more comfortable with a family activity. Shirley proposes they all bake something. Later, she, Chas, and Tommy are making a cherry pie in the kitchen. Chuckie and Angelica watch, and Chuckie gets upset again, since his grandmother usually bakes with him. Shirley leaves the room to get more vanilla extract. Marvin enters, asking Chas how to get the TV to work. Chas puts Tommy on the floor and goes to help Marvin. Angelica approaches Tommy and asks how things are going. Tommy explains that Chas, Shirley, and Marvin are nice but whenever he tries to leave to play with the other babies, Chas prevents him from doing so. Angelica lies that Chas wants Tommy to feel welcome in the Finster family now that Chuckie is his brother. She adds that Tommy should be nicer to Chas, as that will make Chuckie and Tommy's brotherly bond stronger. Tommy, not wanting to make Chuckie feel bad, decides to show more affection to Chas. While Tommy and Angelica talk, Chuckie throws all of the baking ingredients around the room, making a huge mess. He sneaks off without being noticed, and Angelica promptly leaves the room just as the adults come back in. Chas sees the mess as a cry for help from Tommy. He showers Tommy with hugs and kisses. Angelica decides that she and Chuckie need to escalate their plans.
Chas puts Tommy in the living room and gives him Cubby again. He tells Tommy to wait there while he cleans up the office. Chuckie and the twins watch this, and Chuckie becomes depressed as his plan has had the opposite effect of what he wanted. He concedes that Tommy is the better baby and deserves to have Chas. Chuckie thinks that he probably was not ripe yet when he came from his family tree, then decides it would be better if he was never born. He sadly walks away, declaring he will go back to where he came from. Phil and Lil watch him leave, worried for their friend.
Tommy then notices the nearby bushes are sporting a pair of red sneakers. He goes to investigate and finds a still-depressed Chuckie. Tommy asks why Chuckie is not in the tree, and Chuckie responds that the tree was too high to climb, so he crawled into the \"family bush.\" Tommy asks why Chuckie wanted to go into the tree in the first place. Chuckie tells Tommy what he originally told the twins about going back to where he came from. Tommy explains that Angelica made the whole thing up because she is Angelica. Chuckie smiles again, understanding that Chas still loves him. Angelica begins yelling for help, as she is unable to climb down the tree. Chas, Shirley, and Marvin hurry outside to investigate. Chas goes to get a ladder but gives Chuckie a pat on the headfirst. He looks at Tommy and notices the baby is much happier. Chas figures that all Tommy needed was to be with his best friend. Chuckie asks Tommy if they are still brothers. Tommy says he doesn't know if they are brothers, but he does know that they are best friends, and always will be.
Unfortunately, fixing Thanksgiving is proved to be a disaster for their friends. Muscle Man and Hi-Fives enter a restaurant called \"The Side Line\" to buy new sides. After placing his order, the two notice a football promo on the TV for the \"Best End-Zone Dances\". They are unimpressed by football player Brock Stettman's end-zone dance and start mocking him out loud, but their fun stops when Brock Stettman himself, who happened to be in the restaurant at the time, steps up to confront them. At Buck-Mart, Skips, Pops, and Benson find only one turkey left and proceed to buy it. But they are being stalked by a group of peculiar characters - three men dressed up as a Pilgrim, a Turkey, and an Indian. After a failed attempt to take the turkey away from them, the Turkey-costumed man punches Pops in the face. The trio snatches the turkey, escaping in a minivan. Pops, Skips, and Benson give chase in Carmenita.
In Frank's helicopter, Mordecai and Rigby are still perfecting their act, and are watching the contest unfold on the helicopter's TV. Frank comments that the contest is nearly over while their song is still incomplete and needs to come from the heart. But, Mordecai replies that none of the entries so far have been good. However, much to everyone's surprise, Rich Buckman himself is participating in the contest and has poured a lot of money into a spectacular Thanksgiving song, \"Chewing On Freedom\". The act involves some famous music stars, celebrities, glorious special effects, and crowd-pleasing patriotism. 59ce067264