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  • Filthy Rich
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  • Because "Filthy" is an unlikely first name, this is probably just a derogatory pet name for Rich.
  • On April 26, 2016, Jim Miller was asked "Are Diamond Tiara's parents divorced?" and replied "Not that I'm aware of."
  • Filthy Rich is an American soap satire/situation comedy that aired on the CBS television network from August 1982 to July 1983. The series starred Dixie Carter and Delta Burke as two battling in-laws, who were intent on keeping the illegitimate son of the recently deceased patriarch out of the family. The series broadly satirized then-popular prime-time soap operas such as Dallas and Dynasty.
  • According to Granny Smith's tale in Family Appreciation Day, his grandfather, "Stinkin' Rich', was one of the first ponies to buy Granny Smith's zap apple jam, and started a business by reselling it. In the same episode, it was told that this had helped contribute to the foundation of Ponyville. When Granny Smith calls him by his first name, he explains that he prefers "Rich". Cheerilee initially calls him "Mr. Filthy"; after he looks chidingly at her she immediately corrects herself, and he regains his usual easy going and calm appearance.
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Summary
  • Money tends to gravitate to you. You're industrious and have a knack for understanding how to make money, but for some reason your economic endeavors tend to be more successful. This results in you being wealthy beyond all reason for you rank.
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  • 50
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  • #3D3D3D
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  • Earth & Human
Type
  • core
Sex
  • Male
Human
  • Filthy Rich ID EG4.png
mane
  • Dark gray with lighter highlights
Occupation
  • Mayor of Ponyville
  • Businesspony
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  • #D4BB80
Effects
  • Interacts with the requisition system in a fashion I don't know yet. Will note that you get the money from some source, be it a rich family, your own business, really good at gambling, blackmailing someone else, or really anything.
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  • Filthy Rich ID S2E12.png
  • Young Filthy Rich ID S6E23.png
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  • 160
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  • Filthy Rich's human counterpart in ''My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree'
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  • 180
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  • Younger
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  • Filthy Rich in Family Appreciation Day
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  • Young Filthy Rich in Where the Apple Lies
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  • Because "Filthy" is an unlikely first name, this is probably just a derogatory pet name for Rich.
  • According to Granny Smith's tale in Family Appreciation Day, his grandfather, "Stinkin' Rich', was one of the first ponies to buy Granny Smith's zap apple jam, and started a business by reselling it. In the same episode, it was told that this had helped contribute to the foundation of Ponyville. In the same episode, Filthy Rich appears at Sweet Apple Acres to politely confirm he will receive the first one hundred jars of zap apple jam from Granny Smith, "as usual". As they walk off-screen, Granny asks him how his father is doing. He is later seen giving a presentation about "Rich's Barnyard Bargains" to Apple Bloom's class that bores most of the class to sleep except for Twist and Diamond Tiara. He is again seen at the end of the episode sternly pushing a reluctant Diamond Tiara to Sweet Apple Acres to help other fillies sing to the water in the watering cans, part of Granny Smith's special process of making zap apple jam. Despite being a rich business pony and his daughter's mean spirit, Filthy is amicable to Apple Bloom, Granny Smith and everypony else. When Granny Smith calls him by his first name, he explains that he prefers "Rich". Cheerilee initially calls him "Mr. Filthy"; after he looks chidingly at her she immediately corrects herself, and he regains his usual easy going and calm appearance. In Pinkie Pride, Diamond Tiara refers to him in the song Pinkie the Party Planner. Filthy Rich appears in Testing Testing 1, 2, 3 as Rainbow Dash depressingly flies over him as he buys a whole crate of apples from Big McIntosh. Filthy Rich appears in Inspiration Manifestation next to his daughter Diamond Tiara at the fair.
  • On April 26, 2016, Jim Miller was asked "Are Diamond Tiara's parents divorced?" and replied "Not that I'm aware of."
  • Filthy Rich is an American soap satire/situation comedy that aired on the CBS television network from August 1982 to July 1983. The series starred Dixie Carter and Delta Burke as two battling in-laws, who were intent on keeping the illegitimate son of the recently deceased patriarch out of the family. The series broadly satirized then-popular prime-time soap operas such as Dallas and Dynasty. The series was created by Linda Bloodworth (later known as Linda Bloodworth-Thomason), who would reunite with Dixie and Delta four years later on the highly popular and long-running situation comedy Designing Women, in which they played sisters (as opposed to being in-laws), Julia and Suzanne Sugarbaker, respectively.
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