#13) What do you think will happen when the show ends? What will you do and do you think there will be chaos? I bet at least one brony will commit suicide...
Answer: When the show ends, fans of "Friendship is Magic" will be divided into two main divisions: those who move on, possibly to another fandom, and those who remain within the fandom. Personally, I imagine that I'll be moving on to pastures new, but I understand that many will be sticking around. Naturally, people aren't going to stop liking the pony 'thing' just because it's no longer in production, and so the fandom will live on, at least for a few years after the show ends.
My predictions are based on speculation, but I imagine that things will slow down quite substantially after the show ends. For example, websites such as Equestria Daily will start to run out of things to report on, and will instead become a hub for art, stories and the like. While there's nothing wrong with that, people who check the site to see news from within the fandom/franchise will see little to keep them coming back. In addition, people will have less general incentive to write pony stories and draw pony art when there's a smaller receptive audience, no new canon lore to work off of, and less drive to contribute content once the show has been pulled.
Page-views will falter, although they will eventually normalise when a dedicated bunch of fans keep things alive. It's doubtful that the fandom will die entirely, but it will slow down noticeably. In addition, I personally think that there being one extreme brony who ends up committing suicide when the show gets cancelled isn't too out-of-the-question: it just seems like the kind of thing that a person might do when radicalised. If such a thing happens, it'll reflect very poorly on the fandom in general, but, of course, people may behave in a more rational way.
Personally, I think that's largely it; I don't believe that the show will change social perceptions of gender stereotypes or anything like that. While the fanbase will be useful to perform research on regarding splinter demographics, nothing will ultimately change in the world. And so: what do I think will happen when the show is over? I think that life will go on; people will fluctuate between other fandoms and find communities, and fans of the show will watch re-runs. A campaign will probably be started to bring the show back, but it'll most likely prove to be inconclusive. And then, eventually, Hasbro will release Generation 5, which will infuriate some and attract others.