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During the course of the series, 62 episodes of Breaking Bad aired over five seasons. The pilot episode was first aired on January 20, 2008, and the series finale, was broadcast on September 29, 2013. Breaking Bad: Original Minisodes, which consisted of several one- to five-minute clips, released 17 short episodes over the course of three years throughout Breaking Bad's run.
On February 17, 2009, five "mini-episodes" were made available online before the premiere of the show's second season. These five were eventually included with Breaking Bad: The Complete Second Season.
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Keep Calm and Flutter On is the tenth episode of the third season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic and the sixty-second episode overall. In this episode, Twilight Sparkle and her friends are given a task by Princess Celestia to reform Discord. However, Fluttershy is the only one willing to give him a chance. The title of the episode alludes to the 1939 British WWII motivational poster Keep Calm and Carry On, which has also been alluded to by licensed merchandise.
During the week leading up to the episode's scheduled premiere, story editor and head writer Meghan McCarthy wrote on Twitter that the premise for the episode was submitted on September 28, 2011. Following the episode's initial announcement, she wrote on Twitter that the episode originally had a "much longer and much more plot revealing" title, and show layout supervisor Tim Stuby wrote on Twitter that the title "might have been changed post-layout stage." After the airing of the episode, McCarthy wrote on Twitter that the original title was Fluttershy's Home for Reformed Draconequi, and later, she wrote on Twitter that the premise was "developed internally with someone who was going to be paid to work on it, not an unsolicited submission." The original title is used both on Sky UK and in some listings Zap2it and in the title of one of Hasbro's YouTube uploads of clips from this and other episodes of the third season.
The episode is listed on both the iTunes Store and Sky UK and formerly Zap2it as the eleventh episode of the third season, and the keywords of Hasbro's YouTube upload of a clip from the episode formerly included "Ep 311". Show storyboard artist Raven Molisee listed the episode as number 311 on DeviantArt. 2b1af7f3a8