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Revision as of 21:41, 12 January 2013

AG114 : Date Expectations
Advanced Generation series
AG116 : Pacifidlog Jam
Mean With Envy
AG115.png
AG115   EP389
混戦、混乱!ポケモンコンテスト・キナギ大会!(前編)
Disorderly Melee! Pokémon Contest - Kinagi Convention! (Part One)
First broadcast
Japan February 17, 2005
United States April 1, 2006
English themes
Opening Unbeatable
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening ポケモン シンフォニック メドレー
Ending GLORY DAY 〜輝くその日〜
Credits
Animation Team Ota
Screenplay 藤田伸三 Shinzō Fujita
Storyboard 井硲清高 Kiyotaka Itani
Assistant director 大町繁 Shigeru Ōmachi
Animation director たけだゆうさく Yūsaku Takeda
No additional credits are available at this time.

Mean With Envy (Japanese: 混戦、混乱!ポケモンコンテスト・キナギ大会!(前編) Disorderly Melee! Pokémon Contest - Kinagi Convention! (Part One)) is the 115th episode of the Advanced Generation series, and the 389th episode of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on February 17, 2005, in the UK on January 31, 2006 and in the United States on April 1, 2006.

201 Spoiler warning: this article may contain major plot or ending details. 201

Synopsis

Finally in Pacifidlog Town, May enthusiastically prepares for the upcoming Contest. Though she already has four Ribbons, she needs a fifth to enter the Grand Festival. Because the Pacifidlog Town Pokémon Contest is chronologically the last Contest before the Festival, May must win this Contest Ribbon to be eligible to enter the festival. With that as motivation, May and her Pokémon are soon hard at work on their performance moves -- with one notable exception. When Skitty chases after an Aipom, May runs into fellow Coordinator Joshua.

Meanwhile, Ash is motivated by all of May's hard work to start training for the Hoenn League Championship, itself not far off. He calls out Snorunt to work on Ice Beam, which proves difficult for the playful Pokémon at first. Snorunt has soon mastered the force behind the technique but has no control over it. Nearby, Team Rocket loses no time in making an attempt on Pikachu (an impromptu spring from nearby bushes), which is cut short as a rogue Ice Bean freezes them solid. Snorunt looses several more unaimed beams, causing chaos with nearby Trainers.

Elsewhere, May and Joshua had become acquainted. Joshua, a Pacifidlog Town native, has entered the Pokémon Contest and is apparently a local favorite. However, as May and Joshua chat, Erica (Joshua's girlfriend and yet another Coordinator) wrongly concludes that May is after Joshua romantically. As Erica watches and fumes from a distance, May reveals that she has not yet chosen a Pokémon for the Contest. As Joshua comments that she should consider her Skitty, Joshua comments that her Skitty "is so cute," which finally compels Erica to show herself. As Erica puts forth several accusations against May, she explains her master plan to go to the Contest finals with Joshua (which somehow involves them winning the Contest together) and reveals her Contest Pokémon, Jynx. Eventually, Ash, Brock, and Max find May, and the trio of Coordinators go to register at the Contest together.

On the way, Team Rocket has apparently regrouped and launches a balloon-born assault on the party -- however, May's Combusken quickly dismisses the balloon with a Sky Uppercut and Joshua's Houndoom rebukes Team Rocket's ragtag offensive. The addition of Skitty's Assist and Jynx's Hyper Beam send Team Rocket blasting off. May and Erica begin arguing over the battle, but Joshua points out that if they keep fighting, they will miss the Contest registration. May and Erica agree to resolve their argument on the Contest floor. Meanwhile, Team Rocket has landed and Jessie and Meowth enter the Contest in the persona of "The Jester". Ash resolves to keep training with Snorunt outside of the Contest Hall, leaving Brock and Max to root for May.

Jessie ("The Jester") and Meowth use Fury Swipes to carve out ice sculptures in the preliminary rounds, while Joshua uses his Houndoom's Shadow Ball and Swift for sensational effect. Erica's Jynx combines Blizzard and Psychic while May combines a Razor Leaf-spawned Assist, a Blizzard, and DoubleSlap to shower the hall in sparkling crystal. All four Trainers advance to the second round. May is assigned to fight Joshua, and Erica squares off against Jessie.

Major events

For a list of all major events in the anime, please see the timeline of events.

Debuts

Characters

Humans

Pokémon

Pokémon Trainer's Choice

Pokémon Trainer's Choice: Hoppip

Other Pokémon seen at the Pacifidlog Town Pokémon Contest

Trivia

  • Brock thinks that the ice sculpture of Giovanni "looks familiar", making canon to Mewtwo Returns, as it's the only time when Brock has met him.
  • The English dub title is a pun on the idiom "green with envy".
  • This is the third time Ash has trained on an attack during a Contest. The first one was Pikachu and Iron Tail, the second was Swellow and Aerial Ace and this one was Snorunt and its Ice Beam.

Errors

  • When Meowth says "No Persian is gonna make a Mankey outta me!", the Closed Captioning referred the dialog as "No Persian is gonna make a Monkey outta me!"
  • When Meowth changes the Persian statue into Meowth, it exclaims, "Nyarth", the Japanese name for Meowth.
  • When the second round battle pairs are shown the second time, closeup of May and Joshua's pictures, the white line above Erica's picture is gone.

Dub edits

Pokémon Trainer's Choice

  • Question: Trainers, which Pokémon comes first?
  • Choices: Skiploom, Hoppip, Jumpluff
  • Answer: OK, Trainers! If you chose Hoppip, you were right!

In other languages



AG114 : Date Expectations
Advanced Generation series
AG116 : Pacifidlog Jam
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