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Kay

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Kay

Kay (Japanese: ケイ Kay) is a character of the day in the episode Stage Fight!.

Kay was a member of the Pokémon Showboat, a group of performers who provide voices of Pokémon while the Pokémon act in a show. While all of the other actors in the show got along with their Pokémon, Kay didn't get along with her Raichu.

She revealed to Ash that the reason she and Raichu didn't like each other is because of something that happened when they first met. Raichu was so happy, it jumped into Kay's arms and used ThunderShock. Frightened, Kay accidentally threw Raichu, and the Pokémon became frightened of her. From then on, Raichu sensed that Kay was nervous around it and thus was nervous around her as well.

Kay and Raichu finally gained each other's trust during a battle with Team Rocket. Kay, providing Raichu's "voice," was able to distract Team Rocket and send them blasting off.

Pokémon

On hand

Kay's Raichu
Raichu
Raichu is Kay's only known Pokémon. Raichu was first seen when it is called to go on stage for the finale and dance with the other Pokémon. However, it didn't go onto the stage due to it being very sad. When Ash tried to help Kay get along with it, Raichu shocked Kay and then Ash. Later that night, Kay explains that it isn't afraid of her, but that she was afraid of it. This was because when she first met Raichu, it jumped into her arms and shocked her. Ever since then, Raichu was nervous because it could sense her phobia of getting shocked by it. Later, when Team Rocket shot a torpedo at the ship, Raichu is seen cowering near a couple of boxes, away from all of the other Pokémon. When they fire another one, the boxes break and Raichu is sent flying. Fortunately, Kay caught it and kept holding it, overcoming her fear. When Meowth told the Pokémon that he was their new master, Raichu started crying and shocked Meowth when he yelled at it. When the Pokémon were tricking Team Rocket into thinking they could talk, Raichu sat out. Raichu was also the only one not affected by the SmokeScreen. When Raichu finally understood that Kay has overcome her fear, it hugged her and distracted Team Rocket by "talking". It then made Team Rocket blast off with its Mega Punch. Near the end of the episode, Raichu volunteered to take Roger's place in the show after his throat was damaged by Weezing's SmokeScreen.

Raichu's known moves are Thunder Shock and Mega Punch.

Debut Stage Fight!
Voice actors
Japanese Megumi Hayashibara
English Megumi Hayashibara

Status unknown

These Pokémon are present on the Pokémon Showboat. However, it is uncertain which of these Pokémon belonged to Kay.

Showboat Crew's Clefable
Clefable
A Clefable was one of the Pokémon that partook in the Pokémon Showboat where it played the role of Hitmonchan's and Machoke's interest. Later, when Team Rocket took over the floating theater, one of the human actors played Clefable to trick Team Rocket into believing that they could talk to throw the trio off guard.
Debut Stage Fight!
Showboat Crew's Abra
Abra
An Abra participated in the Pokémon Showboat where it played the role of a judge when Hitmonchan and Machoke fought for Clefable's love. Later, when Team Rocket took over the floating theater, one of the human actors played Abra to trick Team Rocket into believing that they could talk to throw the trio off guard.
Debut Stage Fight!
Showboat Crew's Machoke
Machoke
Machoke is the Pokémon Showboat's actor that played the role of Hitmonchan's opponent during the first show. Later, when Team Rocket took over the floating theater, one of the human actors played Machoke to trick Team Rocket into believing that they could talk to throw the trio off guard.
Debut Stage Fight!
Showboat Crew's Hitmonchan
Hitmonchan
Hitmonchan is the Pokémon Showboat actor who fought a Machoke in the first show to be Clefable's love interest. Later, when Team Rocket took over the floating theater, one of the human actors played Hitmonchan to trick Team Rocket into believing that they could talk to throw the trio off guard.

Hitmonchan's only known move is Fire Punch, he also knows some various punching moves.

Debut Stage Fight!
Showboat Crew's Chansey
Chansey
Chansey was one of the actors in the Pokémon Showboat. She was seen in the beginning where she was part of an advertising to go to the performance. Later, she along with the other Showboat Crew Pokémon where dancing on the stage after their performance was done. When Team Rocket took over the floating theater, one of the human actors played Chansey to trick Team Rocket into believing that they could talk to throw the trio off guard.
Debut Stage Fight!
Showboat Crew's Mr. Mime
Mr. Mime
Mr. Mime was one of the actors of the Pokémon Showboat. Mr. Mime was seen in the beginning where it was part of an advertising for people to go to the performance. Later, it along with the other Showboat Crew Pokémon where dancing on the stage after their performance was done. When Team Rocket took over the floating theater, one of the human actors played Mr. Mime to trick Team Rocket into believing that they could talk to throw the trio off guard.
Debut Stage Fight!
Showboat Crew's Jynx
Jynx
Jynx was one of the Pokémon Showboat actors. At the end of the first show, she was seen dancing with the other actors. Later, when Team Rocket took over the floating theater, one of the human actors played Jynx to trick Team Rocket into believing that they could talk to throw the trio off guard.
Debut Stage Fight!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese かかずゆみ Yumi Kakazu
English Jayne Grand
Norwegian Katrine Blomstrand
Polish Anna Dąbkowska
European Spanish Carmen Cervantes


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