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* This episode begins the four-part Snowpoint City arc.
 
* This episode begins the four-part Snowpoint City arc.
* There is no [[Professor Oak's lecture|Professor Oak's Pokémon lecture]] following this episode, instead being replaced with a preview of the following episode of [[Pokémon Sunday]] which is due to make a [[n:Major Pokémon game to be announced this month|major game announcement]]. The advert is performed in the style of the lecture.
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* There is no [[Professor Oak's lecture|Professor Oak's Pokémon lecture]] following this episode, instead being replaced with a preview of the following episode of [[Pokémon Sunday]] which is due to make a [[n:Major Pokémon game to be announced this month|major game announcement]]. The advert is performed in the style of the lecture.
* This episode marks the third time Ash's {{AP|Buizel}} uses its improvised move ''Ice Aqua Jet''.
 
 
* The fact that [[Candice]] is also teaching in a [[Snowpoint Trainers' School|Trainers' School]] mimics a [[AG015|similar event]] in [[Hoenn]] where [[Roxanne|another Gym Leader]] taught at a [[Pokémon Trainer's School|school]] (though this was also in the games). Also, there is a Trainer's School in [[Jubilife City]] in the games.
 
* The fact that [[Candice]] is also teaching in a [[Snowpoint Trainers' School|Trainers' School]] mimics a [[AG015|similar event]] in [[Hoenn]] where [[Roxanne|another Gym Leader]] taught at a [[Pokémon Trainer's School|school]] (though this was also in the games). Also, there is a Trainer's School in [[Jubilife City]] in the games.
 
* Background music from {{rt|29|Johto}}, [[Littleroot Town]], the challenge theme of [[Team Rocket]], an instrumental version of ''[[A Small Thing]]'' and {{rt|210|Sinnoh}} at the end of episode, were used in this episode.
 
* Background music from {{rt|29|Johto}}, [[Littleroot Town]], the challenge theme of [[Team Rocket]], an instrumental version of ''[[A Small Thing]]'' and {{rt|210|Sinnoh}} at the end of episode, were used in this episode.

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DP125 : Battling a Cute Drama!
Diamond & Pearl series
DP127 : Sliding Into Seventh!
Classroom Training!
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DP126   EP592
トレーナーズスクールのスズナ先生!
Miss Suzuna of the Trainers' School!
First broadcast
Japan May 7, 2009
United States October 3, 2009
English themes
Opening Battle Cry - (Stand Up!)
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening ハイタッチ!
Ending もえよ ギザみみピチュー!
Credits
Animation Team Iguchi
Screenplay 冨岡淳広 Atsuhiro Tomioka
Storyboard 大庭秀昭 Hideaki Ōba
Assistant director 近橋伸隆 Nobutaka Chikahashi
Animation director 木下和栄 Kazue Kinoshita
Additional credits

Classroom Training! (Japanese: トレーナーズスクールのスズナ先生! Miss Suzuna of the Trainers' School!) is the 126th episode of the Diamond & Pearl series, and the 592nd episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan on May 7, 2009 and in the United States on October 3, 2009.

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Synopsis

Template:Incomplete synopsis Upon reaching Snowpoint City, Ash and his friends are welcomed by the Gym Leader of the Snowpoint Gym, Candice. The group accepts her offer to show them around the city; the first place they are lead to is a Trainers' School where Candice works as a teacher. Ash is then asked about the secret of his success as a Trainer. He answers with his usual motto 'The best defense is offense', but he faces a nasty surprise when he participates in a quiz. He doesn't even know the answer to the question about Pikachu because he says a wrong answer before Candice had finished the question. However, there is a quite knowledgeable businessman named Jeremiah who can answer to all questions with amazing speed. After the test, he says that Ash is not clever enough, but Brock comforts him, saying that he is great at Gym Battles. Later, Ash meets Zoey and Candice at a small shed where the two girls used to play together. Zoey then reveals that she met her Glameow when she was too little to raise a Pokémon. Due to this she and Candice decided to raise Glameow until she was of age to train it.

Meanwhile, Team Rocket sneaks into a storage room in the school and they begin to steal all the Pokémon stored at the school. When Jeremiah arrives to get back the Poké Balls, James's Carnivine immobilizes his Skuntank with Vine Whip. At the moment Jessie's Seviper is about to attack, Pikachu comes to the rescue and knocks it out. After Team Rocket reveal themselves, Candice and Ash team-up to defeat them. With the help of the Blizzard attack of Candice's Abomasnow and Buizel's improved Ice-Aqua Jet, Team Rocket blasts off again. Though afterwards, the Poké Balls start to fall from Team Rocket's trap, but Piplup collects them safely with Whirlpool. Seeing how Ash beat Team Rocket, Mr. Jeremiah apologizes for being rude. With all the Poké Balls safe and sound, Ash now concentrates on his upcoming Gym Battle against Candice.

Major events

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

Debuts

Humans

Pokémon debuts

TV episode debuts

Characters

Humans

Pokémon

Trivia

Errors

Stunky's head
  • Brock claimed that Zoey and Dawn battled Fantina, when it was really Zoey and Ash who battled her.
  • In multiple scenes, the top of Stunky's head is colored purple, instead of white.
  • It is incorrectly stated that Meowth is the only Pokémon that can learn the attack Pay Day. In fact, it is the only one that can learn it by leveling up. Other Pokémon can learn it through Generation I's TM16, special events or even by breeding.

Dub edits

In other languages



DP125 : Battling a Cute Drama!
Diamond & Pearl series
DP127 : Sliding Into Seventh!
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