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Japanese Episode AG 067: "Odoru Batoru da! Runpappa!!"
Orchid-Hakase Pokemon Lecture: Ledian
Japanese Air Date: March 11th, 2004
American Air Date: February 26th, 2005
Important Characters: Poncho (Poncho)
In a forest
near Touka City, Satoshi tries to figure out a strategy for facing
Senri and his normal-type pokemon. In order to decide who he
should use, Satoshi lets all of his pokemon out of their Monster
Balls. As the young trainer considers the merits of each fighter,
Juptoru manages to obtain some fruit from a nearby tree.
Afterwards, the Rocket-Dan appear and try to take Satoshi's pokemon, so
Juptoru steps up a second time and impresses everyone by sending them
blasting off. Everyone becomes caught up in admiring Juptoru,
causing Satoshi's Heigani to feel left out. So when a
trainer named Poncho appears and challenges our heroes to a battle, the
roughneck pokemon volunteers itself in order to prove that Juptoru
isn't Satoshi's only cool pokemon.
Heigani battles fiercely against Poncho's Runpappa, but the evolved
form of Hasubrero pulls through with the win. After Satoshi's
humbling defeat, Poncho bids the young trainers farewell.
However, Heigani has decided to run off after him! As
Satoshi-tachi search for the runaway pokemon, Heigani arrives at the
spot where Poncho had camped out in order to ask him for a
rematch. Suddenly, smoke fills the area! The Rocket-Dan
have returned, this time planning to steal Poncho's Runpappa. As
Satoshi and his friends arrive on the scene, Heigani fights bravely
against the Rocket trio, eventually sending them blasting off.
Everyone begins to recognize Heigani's strength, and the group
continues to praise the little pokemon as Satoshi continues to prepare
for his battle in Touka City.
The dubbed version is
OK. Seriously, I'm having trouble finding anything to talk about
when the episodes are nothing but time cuts the way this one is.
Cut--6 seconds altogether
A second is cut from
the shot right after the Trainer's Choice commercial break.
Two seconds are cut
from the scene after Kids' WB!'s final commercial break.
And three seconds are cut from the TO BE CONTINUED... screen.
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