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Digimon - What Chili Fries?
In case you don't memorize the title names, this is the ep. where Dwaine picks up the kids and gives them a ride.
1) Dwaine picks up the kids. Blah-dee-blah...
2) A minute or so later, when they are driving on a bridge, Koromon poops (excuse my crude terminology) on the seat, and everyone jumps out of the car.
3) Dwaine yells at Joe, thinking it was him, and Izzy jumps in the way.
4) Dwaine, angry, pushes Izzy out of the way, and off the bridge.
5) Then Tentomon tries to pull Izzy back up, saying, "You shouldn't have had those extra chili fries!", or something like that.
SLIPUP) But Izzy and Joe were the ones who missed out on the meal in the first place.
EXCUSE) Bad dubbing is all it is. Saban should be more careful.
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Bibs on 08-06-2000
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Comments:
Knucklehead writes:
This happens often in this and other Saban shows. For example, in the episode where the group defeats Venommyotismon, Kari is heard saying something about pets not being allowed in their apartment building. Yet she already has a pet cat named Miko. Personally, I've avoided submitting these to avoid flooding the site... I definately agree that Saban should be more careful.
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Bibs writes:
Digimon came first. But it doesn't matter anyway, cuz they're hardly alike at all. They both have monsters that transform. That's no reason why Nintendo would sue. How about Beast Wars, or Dragon Ball (like Cell and Freezer)? Transforming Monsters is a big theme in Japanese animation. So, in conclusion, it doesn't matter which came first, (though it WAS Digimon) because the two cartoons are not very much alike, they are different in so many more aspects, and overall, Nintendo and Bandai are pretty far apart. I want a 12-page essay, single-spaced, due tomorrow.
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@ssKicker writes:
I hate to be so picky, but it's Southern Ireland that's not in the U.K. Northern Ireland is, though. (Wow, I sound picky today!!!)
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Pinkachu writes:
Okay, here's the deal, the "Hey Digimon" song is not for ultimate, it's for every exciting scene in any episodes, like that episode "Entering the Dark Masters" when Agumon and Gabumon warp digivolve to fight Piedmon, they show the same song too......
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Bibs writes:
Good idea Knucklehead.
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Heymon writes:
Yeah, the one about Kari saying that always bugged me, too. I'm sorry I didn't catch that about the chilifries, though. I really like Digimon, but I hate when they squeeze in these bits of dialogue that don't fit in with the show. Sometimes they put them in even when none of the characters are moving his or her mouth.
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Disgruntled writes:
How do you know that some of those mistakes *weren't* in the orginal show?
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@ssKicker writes:
They made another, smaller slipup in that one, too. Just after the chili fries slipup happens, a bad Digimon appears and Gomamon dives into the river and digivolves to battle it. But why does it play the song "Hey, Digimon" in the background? It only plays that if a Digimon has become an Ultimate, but Ikkakumon is a Champion.
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@ssKicker writes:
I really like Digimon now. If it's just like Pokemon, and you like Pokemon, what's wrong? It's better than Pokemon, but they make just as many mistakes. Does anyone know why Nintendo STILL haven't sued BanDai yet, though?
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Bibs writes:
Why would Nintendo sue Bandai?
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T-zone writes:
That's cool, but why does everyone spell my name wrong? The "Z" is lowercase. Like this: T-zone. Get it? P.S.:@ssKicker, didn't you say you live in the UK? Yes, you did. You said it at one of the Pokémon slip-ups.
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the webmaster writes:
The Discussion board is better suited for this type of conversation. Please talk there. To get to the Discussion board, just lick on the "Discussion" link near the top right corner of this page.
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@ssKicker writes:
Have you noticed that in the same episode, a few minutes after that bit, Gomamon digivolves to Ikkakumon. Ikkakumon fights the bad Digimon, and it plays the song "Hey, Digimon" in the background. It's supposed to only play that music if a Digimon has turned into an Ultimate! Ikkakumon is a CHAMPION. (If you don't know what I mean, the words to the song are: Hey, Digimon, hey Digimon, Monster friends to the boys and girls, Hey Digimon, hey Digimon, Champions of the Digital World!) And, like I said before, Digimon are copies of Poke`mon, but it's quite funny watching it and looking for mistakes or ways to sue BanDai.
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T-zone writes:
Yo, @$$Kicker! Wanna know how to get the é in Pokémon? Press alt, hold down on alt, and press and hold down on 1 3 0 on the num pad. Release all four keys at the same time and presto! The é will be sitting there, just like that!
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@ssKicker writes:
Bibs- Nintendo created Pokémon (thanks, T-Zone!) and BanDai created Digimon. They are so similar! I liked Pokémon, and Digimon is just a much better version of it. It's (loosely) the same idea. But...which came first? Does anyone know? I thought Pokémon did, but then I remembered the Digimon Virtual Pets which I had seen months before. Maybe it's different in America, because I live in Scotland, but I think they both arrived at (roughly)the same time.
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@ssKicker writes:
Yeah, T-zone, I do live in the U.K. Why? I have answers to the questions you MIGHT ask. If they're not right, tell me your question. My answers: Scotland is in the UK. Digimon fever has hit Scotland too. The spell-checker is American, I spell the American way to get my comments posted. And Mars tells me all about PokéMon, boring me half to death but I remember it all. T.T.F.N, zone of T. (@_K)
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T-zone writes:
Hmmmm, let me see... *pulls out a world atlas* Yep. You're right! Scotland is in the UK! It's Ireland that's not! I always get them confused! *whack* Unnnnnh... *slumps down to the floor* What time is it, and why do you smell like cheese? *wakes up* Whoa! Never order anchovies and mushrooms on the same pizza!
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@ssKicker writes:
I've seen a few anti-PokéMon and/or anti-Digimon web-sites where people have pointed out literally zillions of references to Beast Wars or Dragonball Z, or PokéMon. And you're right, in a way, changing monsters is a huge plot point in a lot of these shows.
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