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Dogasu's Backpack | List of TV Episodes | Orange Islands

Satoshi has left Masara Town to go to the Orange Islands. There's a huge variety of new developments such as the Orange League, new styles of pokemon battles that have never been seen before, the meeting of a new traveling companion Kenji, the mysteries of pokemon evolution, three on three battles, an appearance by one of the Four Heavenly Kings, and the reappearance of rivals such as Shigeru. This is the Orange Islands arc that's well known for expanding on the Pokemon World introduced in the previous series!


| Kanto Region | Orange Islands | Jouto Region | Houen Region | Battle Frontier |
| Shinou Region | Isshu Region | BW Season 2 | XY | XY&Z | Sun & Moon |
| Pokémon Chronicles | Pokémon Generations |

#
Episode Name
Japanese Air Date
081
"Masara Town! A New Journey"
(マサラタウン!あらたなるたびだち
)
"Pallet Party Panic"
January 28th, 1999
082
"The Airship's Hardship!?"
(ひこうせんはふこうせん!?
)
"
A Scare in the Air"
February 4th, 1999
083
"Tropical Pokemon and the GS Ball"
(なんごくポケモンとGSボール
)
"
Poké Ball Peril"
February 11th, 1999
084
"Go Help Laplace!"
(ラプラスをたすけろ!
)
"
The Lost Lapras"
February 18th, 1999
085
"The Orange League! Natsukan Gym!"
(オレンジリーグ!ナツカンジム!
)
"Fit to be Tide"
February 25th, 1999
086
"The Mystery of the Missing Pokemon!"
(きえたポケモンたちのナゾ!
)
"
Pikach Re-volts"
March 4th, 1999
087
"The Crystal Iwark"
(クリスタルのイワーク
)
"
The Crystal Onix"
March 11th, 1999
088
"The Island of Pink Pokemon"
(ピンクのポケモンじま
)
"
In the Pink"
March 18th, 1999
089
"The Secret of Kabuto's Fossil!"
(カブトのかせきのひみつ!
)
"
Shell Shock!"
March 25th, 1999
090
"Dance! Pokemon Showboat!"
(
おどる!ポケモンショーボート!)
"Stage Fight!"
April 1st, 1999
091
"Goodbye Koduck! See You Again, Golduck?"
(さよならコダック!またきてゴルダック?
)
"
Bye Bye Psyduck"
April 8th, 1999
092
"The Sailing Joy! Go Through the Violent Storm!"
(セイリングジョーイ!あらなみをこえて!
)
"
The Joy of Pokémon"
April 15th, 1999
093
"Navel Gym! The Battle of the Snowy Mountain!"
(
ネーブルジム!ゆきやまのたたかい!)
"Navel Manuevers"
April 22nd, 1999
094
"The Gluttonous Kabigon! A Big Panic!"
(おおぐいカビゴン!だいパニック!
)
"
Snack Attack"
April 29th, 1999
095
"The Ghost Ship and the Ghost Pokemon!"
(ゆうれいせんとゆうれいポケモン!
)
"
A Shipfull of Shivers"
May 6th, 1999
096
"Lord Nyarth's Island!?"
(おニャースさまのしま!?
)
"
Meowth Rules!"
May 13th, 1999
097
"The Honor of Strike the Soldier"
(ストライクせんしのほこり
)
"
Tracey Gets Bugged"
May 20th, 1999
098
"It's the Southern Islands! Everyone Gather Around!!"
(みなみのしまだよぜんいんしゅうごう!
)
"
A Way Off Day Off"
May 27th, 1999
099
"Kanna of the Four Heavenly Kings! The Icy Battle!!"
(してんのうカンナ!こおりのたたかい!!
)
"
The Mandarin Island Miss Match"
June 3rd, 1999
100
"The Nidoran's Love Story"
(ニドランのこいものがたり
)
"
Wherefore Art Thou, Pokémon?"
June 10th, 1999
101
"The Coil of the Great Plains!"
(だいへいげんのコイルたち!
)
"
Get Along, Little Pokémon"
June 17th, 1999
102
"The Monster of the Underpass!?"
(ちかどうのかいぶつ!?
)
"
The Mystery Menace"
June 24th, 1999
103
"Yuzu Gym! A Three on Three Type Battle!"
(ユズジム!タイプバトル!3VS3!!
)
"
Misty Meets Her Match"
July 1st, 1999
104
"Pikachu vs. Nyarth!?"
(ピカチュウVSニャース!?
)
"
Bound for Trouble"
July 15th, 1999
M02
Pocket Monsters The Movie "Revelation Lugia"
(劇場版ポケットモンスター「幻のポケモンルギア爆誕」
)
Pokémon the Movie "The Power of One"
July 17th, 1999
105
"Lizardon! I Choose You!"
(リザードン!きみにきめた!!
)
"
Charizard Chills"
July 22nd, 1999
106
"The Fire Extinguishing Showdown! Zenigame vs. Kameil"
(ひけしたいけつ!ゼニガメVSカメール
)
"
The Pokémon Water War"
July 29th, 1999
107
"Enter the Kabigon!"[1]
(もえよ!カビゴン!!
)
"
Pokémon Food Fight!"
August 5th, 1999
108
"Tag Battle! The Final Gym!"
(タッグバトル!さいごのジム!!
)
"
Pokémon Double Trouble"
August 12th, 1999
109
"Koiking! The Secrets of Evolution!!"
(コイキング!しんかのひみつ!!
)
"
The Wacky Watcher!"
August 19th, 1999
110
"Nyoromo and Kasumi"
(ニョロモとカスミ
)
"
The Stun Spore Detour"
August 26th, 1999
111
"The Winner's Cup! A Six on Six Full Battle!!"
(ウィナーズカップ!フルバトル6VS6!!
)
"
Hello, Pumello!"
September 2nd, 1999
112
"The Final Battle! Enter Kairyu!"
(ファイナルバトル!カイリューとうじょう!
)
"
Enter the Dragonite"
September 9th, 1999
113
"Goodbye Laplace!"
(さよならラプラス!
)
"
Viva Las Lapras"
September 16th, 1999
114
"Marumine's Big Blast!?" [2]
(マルマインだいばくは!?
)
"
The Underground Round Up"
September 23rd, 1999
115
"I'm Back, Masara Town!"
(かえってきたマサラタウン!
)
"
A Tent Situation"
September 30th, 1999
116
"A Rival Showdown! Satoshi vs. Shigeru!!"
(ライバルたいけつ!サトシVSシゲル!!
)
"
The Rivalry Revival"
October 7th, 1999


Translation Notes:
[1] The title here seems to be based on the title of the 1973 Bruce Lee film Enter the Dragon, known as Moeyo Dragon! (燃えよドラゴン!) in Japan. Both Dragon (ドラゴン) and Kabigon (カビゴン) share the same "gon" part at the end.

[2] The name of the pokemon technique "Explosion" in the Japanese version is Daibakuhatsu (だいばくはつ). In the title for Episode 114, however, the term used is Daibakuha (だいばくは), without that final tsu (つ) there at the end. The two words have more or less the same meaning (bakuha (爆破) means "blast" or "explode" or "demolish") but since the term used in this episode title is not the name of a pokemon attack I decided to go with a translation that uses something other than "Explosion" here.




 

 

 

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