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Pokemon - Who's That Pokemon Mixups
This is on the episode that aired November 13, 1999:
On all the shows, before a commerical break, they will show Who's that Pokemon? Well if you have the right tools, and the episode that aired on Nov. 13, freeze it right before "Who's that Pokemon" comes on. If you do it correctly, you will notice the first frame of the Japeneese "Who's That Pokemon segment."
Special Requirements:
Any equipment that can freeze a frame
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Contributed By:
sponge on 11-20-1999
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Comments:
PokéMaster 2000 writes:
I have seen this, it's really cool, yet spooky, it's like a dark orange scren with Japanese writing in the corner, underneath the writing is written Pocket Monsters in English (for those who don't know why it says Pocket Monsters and not Pokémon, get a life.) I think it was the Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden episode where I saw it, or something to do with Bulbasaur, but not sure as it could crop up on any of the episodes.
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PeterMon writes:
The episode was The Fourth Round Rumble.
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FrogCow writes:
I don't know if this was the same episode but once I was watching it and for a split-second I saw some Japanese writing in the bottom right corner. Weird!
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sponge writes:
Usually in anime, at least Sailor Moon they won't bother to translate the Japanese text in the background, such as a store, so maybe that was the case. Forgive me if that confused ya ;-)
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@ssKicker writes:
I just have to laugh at this. Watch Digimon and see what happens when the Digimon Analyser discovers a new Digimon. But since it isn't on the TV any more here in Scotland, I may as well tell you. Izzy's computer shows a picture of the new Digimon and then it shows some information about the Digimon. The Digimon's name is in English, but the other information about the Digimon is written in Japanese yet read out in English!
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Squirtle Master writes:
I would love to know the name of that episode because I heard of it but need the episode name. PLEASE if you remember the name email me it or post it.
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