(We see a sign in prompt on a computer, which reads "Welcome to KOL...please enter username and password"
(Brock's hands appear and type "PewterSong" in the screenname prompt and some stars in the password prompt.)
Brock: Epona, Epona, come out here by-- (a flashing envelope appears on the homepage as a voice says "You've got mail!") Ooh, let's see what we got here...
[Computer screen displays the following:]
I've noticed that you can hold impossibly large objects in your backpack. How exactly do you do that?
Johnny Bobbin from Buffalo NY.
Brock: Glad you asked, my Johnny! My pack may not look it, (we see Brock's pack, unzipped and presumably empty) but large items can fit in there very much like our Pokemon fit in our Poke Balls, minus the flash of light routine. Come to think of it, what would that be like, anyway?
(we see Chibi Brock digging through the pack)
Chibi Brock: Cookware, I choose you! (a set of cookware appears in a flash of light similar to how Pokemon appear) Appliances, I choose you! (various appliances appear on the camp site) Extension cord, I choose you! (nothing happens) Extension cord, I choose you! (nothing happens)
Ash(voiceover): I think you forgot the extension cord, Brock...
Chibi Brock: Drat! I KNEW I forgot something!
(we cut back to Brock at the computer again)
Brock: Oh! I need to be sure I packed the extension cord for the camp stove...lest everyone wants to eat the food raw! Next one... (clicks the next e-mail)
[The screen reads the following:]
I was just sitting here, when a random thought popped into my mind: If you're a rock pokemon trainer, why is it you've only caught two rock pokemon in your life?
Tiffany Hong from Los Angelas, CA
Brock: Well! A question from a lovely lady! Let's see here...
Geodude, Onix, and I go way back...
(We see baby Brock crawling amongst Geodude and Onix)
Brock(voiceover): Not THAT far back...
(a remote appears and fast fowards the scene, stopping at Flint presenting Onix to young Brock)
Brock(voiceover): There we go...Dad gave me Onix as my first Pokemon...and I got Geodude soon after.
(We see young Brock release Geodude before Flint)
Young Brock: Look what I got, Dad!
Flint: I see....
(we return to Brock at the computer again)
Brock: Although I do love Geodude and Onix a lot, catching other types of Pokemon has broadened my horizons and bettered my training skills. Hope that answers your question, my lovely one! One more time! (clicks the next e-mail)
[The screen reads:]
Hi there! I'm a big fan of you Brock, but I was just wondering; Why do you always sing "My Paradice" when your friends need you to stall, and where did you learn that song?
Ross Thompson from Denver CO
Brock: So you wanna know all about my most popular hit, huh?
(We see a music chart with "Paradaisu" at number 5)
Brock: Contrary to what I say on the show, "Paradaisu" is NOT the only song I know.
(Brock reaches for an acoustic guitar and tunes up, he continues talking as he tunes.)
Brock: When you have a lot of sibings in the house, a vast repetoire of songs is a must.
(a huge book falls onto the screen, the title of which reads "Brock's Repetoire")
Brock: Paradaisu I learned from watching a movie that featured a song with a very similar tune. (we see Chibi Brock watching a hula dancer dance to a slow tune reminescent of "Paradaisu".) I raced upstairs and wrote my own arrangement. (we see Chibi Brock writing on a sheet of music paper, with rejected paper wads everywhere) I altered and sped up the tune... (the original tune slowly speeds up and morphs into Paradaisu), and wrote my own lyrics. (We see a line of the lyrics: "Come on now, la la la, it is so wonderful!")
It makes the perfect distraction tune due to its catchy beat and an excuse for me to do something completely silly. Which reminds me...
Brock: Come on now, la la la, it is so wonderful!
La-la-la la la la, hear the word's beautiful sound!... Until next time... (gets up. The KOL homepage appears with the words "If you want to e-mail Brock, PM LightningTopaz, and she'll send them on to him!")