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Hahaha, is that for real? I've never heard Mr. T being involved with Pokemon in any way before.
Kisses in the anime
Correct me if I'm wrong:
Isn't this episode the only one where two Pokémon are shown kissing each other?
Because both Misty's Psyduck and Team Rocket's Meowth kissed the Snorlax here. I can't remember if there were other episodes with kisses between Pokémon (that's an interesting trivia fact).
I've been watching from the beginning for while, and this episode made me notice something; can pokemon "choose" not to be captured? Earlier in the series, a pidgey effortlessly knocked the ball away when Ash tried to catch it. In this episode, the ball bounced off of Snorlax's stomach. I understand they were both strong enough to not be captured, shouldn't they at least be sucked into the ball? - unsigned comment from Ogregames64 (talk • contribs)
- Yes, everyone should know that, and sign your comments.--Midnight Blue 01:39, 24 December 2009 (UTC)
In the synopsis
It said near the end of paragraph three that Team Rocket forces Team Rocket to kiss Snorlax. Can this be corrected.