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Pokemon - Who Killed the Grass?!
You know where Jesse and James are digging a hole to capture Pikachu? After they dig it hole they cover it with lots of grass (Why would they do that?). Then when the photographer guy (I forgot his name) comes and poke the edge of the hole, there is no grass. Then when Ash, Brock and Misty come by and fall into the hole, you can clearly see that there is grass in the hole.
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Pok¨¦mon Episode "Pok¨¦mon Paparazzi" (The one where Ash finds a person who wants to take a picture of pikachu)
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Anonymous on 02-01-2001
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Firestorm writes:
In England, the photographer in the T program is called Snap, but in Pokemon Snap he's called Todd.
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Timtim writes:
The original argument wasn't about the grass being there because no grass would imply it would hurt more. Rather, the original argument stated that when we look once, there is no grass. When we look the next time, there is grass. I haven't been able to verify the slip-up, but if it turns out to be true then it's an excellent slip-up.
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Duo God of Death writes:
The photographer guy's name is Todd.
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Ashley Comet writes:
Its Todd in the series, Snap in Pokemon Snap. Don't ask me why, you get to chose your name anyways.
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Silver757 writes:
The grass is there probably because it would hurt more.
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