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Christopher and Jeannie

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Christopher with Jeannie

Christopher (Japanese: カラザ Karaza) and Jeannie (Japanese: キミ Kimi) are characters of the day in May's Egg-cellent Adventure. They are husband and wife.

They own a breeding center with their daughter Nicolette.

Pokémon

Christopher and Jeannie's Voltorb
Voltorb
In order to protect their breeding center, Christopher and Jeannie own Voltorb as guards.

The two Voltorb's only known move is Thunderbolt

Debut May's Egg-cellent Adventure
Christopher and Jeannie's Pokémon Eggs
Pokémon Eggs
Christopher and Jeannie take care of many Eggs at their breeding center. The Pokémon they breed include Aipom, Chinchou, Cleffa, Eevee, Igglybuff, Ledyba, Magby, Makuhita, Pichu, Sandshrew, Sentret, Skitty, Smoochum, Spinarak, Teddiursa, Wooper, and Vulpix. One of the Eevee Eggs was given to May, and it eventually hatched into an Eevee and later evolved into a Glaceon.
Debut May's Egg-cellent Adventure
Christopher and Jeannie's Vulpix
Vulpix
This Vulpix hatched from as Egg as Ash and company were at Christopher and Jeannie's breeding center.
Debut May's Egg-cellent Adventure

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese Karaza: 三宅健太 Kenta Miyake
Kimi: 櫻井智 Tomo Sakurai
English Christopher: Robert O'Gorman
Jeannie: Hilary Thomas
Brazilian Portuguese Christopher: Ricardo Sawaya
Jeannie: Suzy Pereira
European Spanish Christopher: Miguel Ángel del Hoyo
Jeannie: Mayte Tajadura

Trivia

  • The name Karaza is directly based on the term "chalaza", whereas Kimi means "egg yolk."
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