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BW137 : Celebrating the Hero's Comet!
Best Wishes series
BW139 : Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit!
Go, Go Gogoat!
BW138   EP795
GoGo Gogoat!
First broadcast
Japan August 22, 2013
United States November 9, 2013
English themes
Opening It's Always You and Me
Japanese themes
Opening 夏めく坂道
Ending 手をつなごう
Animation Team Kato
Screenplay 面出明美 Akemi Omode
Storyboard 川田武範 Takenori Kawada
Assistant director 浅田裕二 Yūji Asada
Animation director 岩根雅明 Masaaki Iwane
No additional credits are available at this time.

Go, Go Gogoat! (Japanese: ゴーゴーゴーゴート! GoGo Gogoat!) is the 138th episode of the Best Wishes series, and the 795th episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan on August 22, 2013 and in the United States on November 9, 2013.

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Spending time in an island Pokémon Center on their way to the Kanto region, our heroes take a moment to relax while Alexa does some work on an upcoming story. She asks them to check on her Gogoat, a well-behaved Pokémon who doesn’t require a lot of supervision—so Ash and the others aren’t paying attention when Gogoat meets a young boy named Tony, senses that the boy wants to go somewhere, and promptly sets off with Tony on its back!

Of course, as soon as our heroes discover Gogoat is missing, they rush off to find Officer Jenny and ask her for help. She’s already talking to Tony’s mom, who mentions that Tony wanted to visit the mountaintop observatory where his father works to deliver a special birthday present. Alexa thinks Gogoat might have sensed Tony’s wishes and decided to take him there on its own.

But the mountain can be dangerous, so our heroes set off to make sure Tony is safe, splitting up to explore the two paths to the observatory. Ash and Alexa quickly catch up with the wayward boy and ask him to come back to town, but Tony is determined to get to the observatory, so they decide to go with him.

They finally reach the top, and Tony’s dad is relieved to see him and very happy with his present: a drawing of his favorite constellation, Braviary. After some stargazing, our heroes and Alexa are ready to continue their journey!


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Ash and his friends arrive on another island, where they headed to the Pokémon Center. Nurse Joy and her Audino were presenting them a new capsule that can heal any Pokémon, and Alexa was filming it, while she was excited. Ash, Iris and Cilan were waiting until Nurse Joy heal the Pokémon, and then Audino bring them to their trainers. Alexa asked them to check on Gogoat and tell Gogoat to stay in place until her article is done. Ash was curious about what Gogoat's moves and asked it to show them one. Gogoat refused to show them one of its moves.

While Ash was playing with the Pokémon, Gogoat was laying down until a little boy named Tony approached Gogoat and touched its horns. Gogoat then sensed Tony's feelings of wanting to give his dad a present for his birthday but his mom told him otherwise. Gogoat allowed Tony to ride on its back to his dad.

After that, Alexa is telling them she want to go to see the stars on the sky tonight and she ask them if they could go see them together. Ash, Iris and Cilan agreed to go to see the stars with Alexa and her Helioptile.

Major events

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


Pokémon debuts



Dare da?


Who's That Pokémon?

Who's That Pokémon?: Gengar (US and international) Foongus (Japan)



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BW137 : Celebrating the Hero's Comet!
Best Wishes series
BW139 : Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit!
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