“This is Pinkie Pie. Pinkie Pie knows a lot about a lot of things. Like on her birthday, we all got a lesson in how to properly blow up and tie off a balloon. A good tip, but since we already knew how, we pretended we didn’t. After all, it was her birthday.” -Razzaroo’s description of Pinkie Pie in "A Charming Birthday".
Every day is full of surprises for this young pony. PINKIE PIE loves to spend part of every day trying something she's never tried before! - Pinkie Pie's backcard story from the back of her toy's box.
This version of Pinkie Pie has multiple similarities with her FiM counterpart. Her hair is pink (albeit a lighter shade), her eyes are blue and she features balloons as her cutie mark.
She first appears in "A Charming Birthday" as one of the few to realize that Kimono's birthday is happening that day and has to remind Minty to stick to the plan. In Friends Are Never Far Away, she joins Skywishes in helping to convince the pegasi to join them for the party after she's proven that pegasi exist.
In "Dancing in the Clouds", her role is not as major. In the Dance Studio online game, she's one of five possible ponies to perform on stage. In the "Best Friends Ball" PC game, she's generally a background character, though her voice is inadvertently used for Sparkleworks' voice. A 3D animated Pinkie Pie appears in the commercial for the Celebration Castle playset. She and Minty run into the castle as the balloon carrying Sunny Daze, Rainbow Dash and Pink Sunsparkle arrives.
She has a more consistent role in "A Very Minty Christmas" where she not only becomes Christmas Host with a speech but also breaks the news to others after learning Minty's incident with the Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane. Her next appearance is in "The Runaway Rainbow" but her role is much smaller. However, she gets more screentime in the Game Boy Advance adaptation of the movie since she can be your choice of pony to help out Rainbow Dash. In "The Princess Promenade", she can be seen arguing with Minty about their float design (as they'd inadvertently designed each half with their own color scheme).
In "Grand Puzzleventure", she has a pretty minor role; she just gives you a puzzle piece and sets the stage for the gameplay itself. In "Pinkie Pie and the Ladybug Jamboree", she and her band perform a song for the crowd. In "Come Back, Lily Lightly", she and a few others help comfort Lily Lightly after they unwillingly scare her away. In the animated short "Positively Pink", Pinkie Pie's friends use Puzzlemint as a distraction so that Pinkie Pie's surprise party can be set-up, only to find out they were a day too soon and give Pinkie Pie a two day birthday party. After that, she's in the Meet the Ponies animated shorts either helping out with the others' parties or dealing with her own. Her last appearance is in "Twinkle Wish Adventure". She's one of 5 ponies to take off to get Twinkle Wish the wishing star back from Whimsy Weatherbe who takes her for herself. She appears in the "Meet the Ponies" animated shorts, either helping others with their respective party or getting help from her friends to ensure the party goes well. During the Ponyville era, Pinkie Pie appears in a commercial advertising the Rollerskate Party Cake playset.
Pinkie Pie is the main character of the "Core 7" and is the leader of the group. As such, while she shares the love of fun and parties of her FiM counterpart, she is somewhat more down-to-earth.
As a character seen in all of the G3 movies and The World's Biggest Tea Party, Pinkie Pie has gotten lots of merchandise over the years and is included in several of the books.
- Pinkie Pie's voice makes an appearance in a special G3 promo where she greets the viewers.
- Pinkie Pie is one of roughly 14 characters in The World's Biggest Tea Party live show.