Ryuu, I can only agree at your disappointment at the small fry Tentacruel.
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I believe Brock is leaving, as well.
The difference between the ending of AG and DP is that in AG, he didn't have a whole episode dedicated to himself the episode before the finale of the season.
There's a large amount of proof, but it is true that he is not 100% gone until it has officially been confirmed.
That is the pattern with everyone around here, it seems. They don't believe anything until it actually happens. I would normally admire such cautiousness, but here, I feel it is unnecessary. The evidence should be clear. If it isn't, then I don't know what to say. By the way, I did read the cast list, and I can tell you, Pikachu and all of TR are listed there. They even list broccoli monkey's voice, which I find fascinating they would find that one important enough to list.
Step into the Fairy circle
They are on a ship?
This episode is instantly a few points more awesome.
The Pokemon Sunday preview made this episode look more interesting. It almost seems a bit scary since there's a lot of scenes of a lot of Dokukurage attacking people (including the Rockets who were shown a few times, so it seems they're on the boat too). There was also a scene of Joi on the phone with Takeshi. She was telling him something, then we get this close-up of Takeshi going from surprised to getting a determined look on his face.
I guess he's the only one with knowledge to help Pokemon on the ship? Maybe being the only one able to help is what gets him to change his profession. I have a feeling he'll say he can help more people if he becomes a doctor, so that's why he leaves.
(That's probably why they showed Sudowoodo against Ash's Infernape a few episodes back).
Huh, Brock on the phone to Nurse Joy? Sounds interesting. She probably tells him to stay calm and help out those who need it. (Probably he's the only one who can help, which is how his new dream comes to place).
Even if this was all started by the Rockets, this is one of the very rare occasions where wild pokemon are seen attacking people. The PS preview didn't show anything that wasn't known already; it confirms that there is no medical staff on board, as expected. Brock, as the closest person to a doctor in this given situation, is entrusted by a Nurse Joy to take care of the poisoned pokemon.
Really straightforward episode, if you ask me. Brock believing that he will help more people and pokemon if he acts as a medical assistant instead of a breeder/consultant. At least we get to see Happiny again, even if it will be for the last time. :(
Last edited by Ampharos King; 28th August 2010 at 08:54 PM.
The preview makes this ep look like a very bad filler.
Brock deserved a better final ep than this. I'm surprised its just taking care of baby Pokemon on a ship, I thought it was going to be at a hospital or something important.
Tentacruel. This ep could have been placed anywhere in the middle of DP (or any older saga, for that matter), and it wouldn't matter.
The only thing that makes it important is Brock is likely going to give a speech at the end about how its now his duty to take care of Pokemon.
So Brock doesn't even get a girl even at the end of his run, sounds pretty lame.
To be quite honest this should have been Brock's last episode period. Having a whole episode devoted to him, and then hvae him leave at the end. That way Dawn's goodbye wouldn't have to be as rushed as it's going to be.
You thought it'd be in a "hospital"? (wtf? why not just a Pokémon Center, if anything?) why? in a Poké Center there are Joy, in hospital there are doctors and nurses... Brock wouldn't be needed at all... it makes sense to make it on the boat so Brock will be the only one who can help... really, stop trying to find negative stuff about everything... just stop watching and leave the forum if you're only going to complain abut everything all the time... it's really getting old