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Japanese Episode AG 056: "Hiito Bajji! Moeru Batoru de Getto da ze!"
Orchid-Hakase Pokemon Lecture: Moochuru
Japanese Air Date: December 18th, 2003
American Air Date: November 20th, 2004
The time has
come for Satoshi's battle for his fourth Houen League Gym Badge!
Since the gang knows that Asuna uses all fire-types, Satoshi plans to
use his Heigani to counter Asuna's pokemon. The battle begins
before too long, and the first match pits Mag (Asuna's Magcargot)
against Satoshi's Heigani. Satoshi's pokemon clearly has the
upper hand for the majority of the battle, and before too long, Heigani
pulls through with a victory! For her next pokemon, Asuna decides
to call on Meg, her Magmag. Satoshi recalls his pokemon as well,
and then calls out his second pokemon--Kimori! Asuna is surprised
that Satoshi would choose to use a grass-type at a fire-type gym, but
Satoshi boasts that even though Asuna has the type advantage, it won't
mean anything if her attacks don't connect. For a while,
Satoshi's pokemon is able to successfully avoid all of Magmag's
attacks, but one of Meg's attacks does manage to hit Kimori, hurting
its leg. Since Kimori's injured leg hinders its speed, Satoshi
decides to substitute his Heigani back in. After a short battle,
Magmag surprises Satoshi by using Yawn attack on Heigani, putting it to
sleep! Satoshi recalls his Heigani and continues forward with his
third pokemon, Pikachu. Pikachu is able to electrify one of Meg's
Smog attacks, paralyzing it, before knocking it out with a Thunder
attack. Asuna now calls on her third and final pokemon,
Cotoise. Before too long, Cotoise is able to KO Pikachu with an
Overheat attack, leaving Satoshi with only an injured Kimori and a
sleeping Heigani. Satoshi decides to call on his Kimori, but
Cotoise is able to quickly KO that pokemon with only one Overheat
attack. Satoshi is now forced to call on his sleeping Heigani,
who eventually wakes up after being hit by a barrage of fire-type
attacks. Now that Satoshi's star pokemon is back in the battle,
he has the pokemon tip Cotoise over on its shell before hitting it
with a barrage of Bubblebeam. Asuna's pokemon faints, giving
Satoshi the victory! Satoshi proudly accepts his Heat Badge and
is congratulated on a job well done.
The dub doesn't have
anything special to report. Ho-hum.
Two seconds are cut
from the shot of Satoshi in the sand bath right before the opening
A second is cut right
after the episode's title screen.
Click on the image to
the left to see a larger version of the picture.
Musashi's cleavage for this one shot. What's odd is that when the
Rocket-Dan are shown blasting off again, Musashi's cleavage is left in,
though that's probably due to the fact that the shot in question was so
I think it's rather
silly that 4Kids would have a trouble with showing cleavage NOW, but I
Finally, three seconds are cut from the TO BE CONTINUED... screen.
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