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*In the Japanese version, [[Pocket Monster TV]] replaces Dare Da? (Who's this?) as a commercial break transition/eyecatch. Pocket Monster TV essentially serves the same purpose as "Dare Da?" except that it features a computerized voice, the featured Pokémon's number, and a different background.
 
*In the Japanese version, [[Pocket Monster TV]] replaces Dare Da? (Who's this?) as a commercial break transition/eyecatch. Pocket Monster TV essentially serves the same purpose as "Dare Da?" except that it features a computerized voice, the featured Pokémon's number, and a different background.
 
*This episode is featured on the ''Volume 14: Wobbuffet'' copy of [[Pokémon All-Stars]].
 
*This episode is featured on the ''Volume 14: Wobbuffet'' copy of [[Pokémon All-Stars]].
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* James [[Breaking the fourth wall|breaks the fourth wall]] in this episode.
 
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Revision as of 04:26, 26 February 2012

EP191 : The Dunsparce Deception
Original series
EP193 : Sick Daze
The Wayward Wobbuffet
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  EP192  
ソーナンス!そうなんす?
Sonans! Is That So?
First broadcast
Japan April 5, 2001
United States March 2, 2002
English themes
Opening Born to Be a Winner
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening めざせポケモンマスター (Whiteberry)
Ending 前向きロケット団!
Credits
Animation Team Ota
Screenplay 米村正二 Shōji Yonemura
Storyboard 浅田裕二 Yūji Asada
Assistant director 浅田裕二 Yūji Asada
Animation director 岩根雅明 Masaaki Iwane
Additional credits

Screenshots on Filb.de

The Wayward Wobbuffet (Japanese: ソーナンス!そうなんす? Sonans! Is That So?) is the 192nd episode of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on April 5, 2001 and in the United States on March 2, 2002.

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Synopsis

Template:Incomplete synopsis Ash and his friends are still en-route to Olivine City, Team Rocket lies in wait. Dressed as scientists, they explain they’ve just repaired the amazing “Poké Pod.” To test it out, Pikachu is placed in the pod and locked in tight. When Team Rocket reveals their true identity and runs, Ash and friends are in hot pursuit. When they catch up to Team Rocket, there isn’t a Poké Pod or Pikachu in sight! Realizing Wobbuffet was hiding for the handoff, Ash chases after it. In Wobbuffet’s rash retreat, it trips dropping the Poké Pod containing Pikachu and falls into the rapids of a nearby river. Since the only way to release Pikachu from the Poké Pod is to possess the key around Wobbuffet’s neck, it’s an all-out race to reach Team Rocket’s blue bad-boy first. This proves problematic as Wobbuffet plummets over waterfalls, wanders through forests, gets taken for a ride on the roof of a run-away truck, blows for miles in a hot-air balloon and falls helpless to the helm of a speedboat! Who will reach Wobbuffet and the key first?...

Major events

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

Debuts

Characters

Humans

Pokémon

Who's That Pokémon?: Teddiursa (US and international), Wobbuffet (Jessie's) (Japan)

Trivia

File:Pocket Monsters TV.jpg
Pocket Monster TV featuring Pikachu. This episode featured Wobbuffet, number 202.

Errors

Dub edits

In other languages


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EP191 : The Dunsparce Deception
Original series
EP193 : Sick Daze
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