Why don't you just jump to a totally different region? I know thats a bit disorienting, but at least you can still continue these jokes. Can you reply back?
Actually, THESE are the correct answers to part one of the test:
"Lickitung's tongue is twice the length of its body" - TRUE
"Ninetales evolves from Vulpix only by the use of a Fire Stone" - TRUE
"Hitmonlee is also known as the Punching Demon" - FALSE (I've always known from experience about Hitmonlee, the KICKING Fiend)
"The only attack Magikarp originally knows is Splash" - TRUE (Tackle and Flail don't count though, right?)
"Caterpie is the world's smallest Pokemon" - FALSE (I know Diglett is smaller, but isn't there another Pokemon out there now that's smaller than Diglett?)
"Koffing was first discovered in a public bath house" - FALSE (Koffing was first discovered in a weapon factory; I wonder how many trainers taking the test would know THIS?)
Have to say, reading all these for the first time. I am flattered to have my column mentioned :D
I think Hitler mustache Meowth also had somthing to do with it
Originally Posted by Shadow Victini Makes me wonder why Youngster Joey and co. don't just pull out guns when we defeat them. Because we still have conscious Pokémon that can kill them dead at the snap of our fingers and they do not. Besides, my theory holds that Pokémon are bulletproof. Seriously, they can take such moves as Draco Meteor, Iron Head, Meteor Mash, and Stone Edge, and, worst case scenario, lose consciousness, I doubt a firearm's gonna have much more of an effect on them. Even if you kill the trainer, the Pokémon are likely to retaliate in a very violent manner.
Huh. I was able to found more episodes rahter quickly.
Dammit Dracoman Inc.! This is the FOURTH time! Lousy ass company ...-mumblegrumble-
I could recommend some website, but they're in another language.
Great. Now start posting jokes again.
Yeah! You get a disappointingly low average of around 15 views per review. Keep it up! I read these all the time. It brings back memories.
a random question, what inspires you to do this? I don't mean to offend but you don't seem to get many views or comments.
I really admire you for doing this though. You have been doing it for ages now and you aren't even thinking of quitting. I think its quite amazing really, these reviews are written so well and thoughtfully. I just don't understand where your will comes from though.
(Misty's gonna need a leash or something for Togepi.)
I know, right? If only there was some sort of... oh... I dunno... spherical sort of container that would just... I guess... turn the Pokémon into energy and just keep it stored inside until the trainer wanted to call it back out... OH, WAIT.
Seriously, I get that Misty likes to carry Togepi in her arms, but if I was in the situation of caring for a Pokémon where I'd prefer to carry it in my arms, or it would prefer to ride on my shoulder, or whatever, I'd still at least catch it in a Poké Ball, then let it back out. That way, in the event of it wandering off, once I've located it, retrieval would be as easy as holding out the ball and yelling, "Wynaut, return!" and then letting it right back out at my side.
In fact, why doesn't this ever occur to Ash? Team Rocket's got Pikachu clamped in some metallic claw or giant rubber hand attached to their balloon, and Ash can't think to yank out Pikachu's Poké Ball, blow off the topmost layers of dust, and just recall Pikachu for two seconds? I know Pikachu hates Poké Balls, but two seconds inside one has got to be better than however long it's with the trio until Ash rescues it. In fact, I think the first time a character ever thinks to simply use their Poké Ball to rescue a stolen Pokémon was that Glameow/Purugly filler extremely late in Sinnoh.
First time I saw this episode, I actually thought the kid had caught Pikachu. My thought process was something like, Ash hasn't used Pikachu's Poké Ball for over a hundred episodes, maybe it stopped working or something, and would allow Pikachu to be recaught. Of course, the first or second episode in Sinnoh was enough to disprove this.
You shouldn't be doing reviews at a time like this XP Hyped as hell
Wow, Brock's Zubat AND Jessie's Lickitung. It's rare to see either one of them, let alone both in the same episode.
And where is Custer, anyway? (I don't expect my non-American readers to get the reference.)
Yes, that's right. We don't study history in Europe :P
I know Custer from a few Finnish children's songs. Don't ask.
I believe it's not till Sinnoh that Ash starts to actually retain memory of some strategies, such as spinning and the usage of the counter shield.
Originally Posted by Missingno. Master This isn't Ilex Forest, it's some anime-exclusive forest.
Also, maybe it's just my memory screwing with me, as I haven't seen this episode in years, but I don't think anyone actually mentioned Hoothoot's Foresight attack by name in this episode. I only realized it was Foresight when Ash's Noctowl used the move many episodes later. I saw this episode a while back, and I can confirm that they didn't mention the attack by name. It was just described as a "special ability" that Hoothoot have