by James Eatock
Tom Tataranowicz had a good idea for an ending, and used it three times.
Tom Tataranowicz was probably the director who tried to inject the most passion into the She-Ra series. He only directed a handful of episodes, all of them great, and he always tried to get emotions that were not really seen before. Characters often displayed many expressions, "Sweet Bee's Home" being the ultimate expression-filled episode. On three of the episodes that he directed he ended the episode with the same message of love.
PP65 - The Greatest Magic
On one of the few occasions that we have seen, Orko and his girlfriend Dree Elle share a kiss. Comically it is Orko who is literally swept off his feet and thrown back in surprise.
This is the first time we see the heart shaped border, appearing to end an episode.
The image within the heart shape fades to red, and the border closes the screen, and once the screen is fully black we hear a "kiss" sound.
PP79 - Romeo And Glimmer
Glimmer had displayed a certain fondness for Romeo in this episode, but once he becomes a rebel, she really gives the game away.
Glimmer embraces Romeo who does not appear to be complaining, and we see the heart shaped border appear to end the episode.
And like "The Greatest Magic" the image within the heart shape fades to red, and the border closes the screen. Once the screen is fully black we hear a "kiss" sound.
PP85 - Sweet Bee's Home
Probably the best use of the heart shaped ending. This classic episode ends with Frosta holding onto He-Man as he tries to look anywhere else, other than at her.
Finally he looks at the audience in embarrassment, as the heart shaped border, appears to end the episode. Out of the three times this style of ending is used, this is the only one where the remaining image does not fade to red. Once the screen is fully black we hear a "kiss" sound.