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==Plot==
 
==Plot==
The scene opens at {{an|Professor Oak}}'s {{TP|Professor Oak|Laboratory}} as he sips tea. The phone rings as [[Ash's Krabby]] brings it to him. {{Ash}} is on the other line as he shows off his four [[Badge]]s. Professor Oak approves, but he mentions that {{Gary}} and the others all have five [[Badge]]s and have already passed through [[Celadon City]]. It makes Ash even more furious that Gary has {{pkmn2|caught}} thirty {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}. Oak mentions that Ash should catch more Pokémon in order to become a better {{pkmn|Trainer}}. He ends the call, leaving Ash upset.
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{{Ash}} shows off his four [[Badge]]s to {{an|Professor Oak}}, but Oak mentions that {{Gary}} and the other two {{pkmn|Trainer}}s from [[Pallet Town]] all have five Badges and have already passed through [[Celadon City]]. When Ash is infuriated, Oak advises that he should {{pkmn2|caught|catch}} more Pokémon in order to become a better Trainer. He ends the call, leaving Ash upset.
   
{{an|Misty}} and {{AP|Pikachu}} are eating [[rice ball]]s as Misty notices Ash's mood. Ash mentions how far behind he is as {{an|Brock}} points down the path to Celadon City. Misty mentions that Ash needs to get there his own way as Brock mentions quality over quantity. Pikachu notices a {{p|Mankey}} nearby as Ash checks his [[Pokédex]]. Mankey hops over Brock, wanting the rice ball. It takes it and climbs atop a rock, eating it. Ash decides to capture it by merely throwing a {{ball|Poké}} at it. Mankey throws the rice ball which the Poké Ball captures, and it then hops off, clearly angry. The Pokédex mentions that once it goes into {{m|Thrash}}, it is hard to stop. Mankey charges and everyone runs away. Brock tries to stop it by throwing it a rice ball, but it destroys it with its fist. Misty trips and it appears Mankey will attack her, but it jumps off her head to land on Ash, pounding on him. Mankey leaves Ash beaten and without his {{AP|hat}} as it climbs atop a tree and wears the hat. Nearby, {{TRT}} watches, wanting to catch Pikachu and get a promotion. {{MTR}} makes a smart remark as [[Jessie]] rolls a yarn ball at Meowth, pacifying the Pokémon.
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{{an|Misty}} and {{AP|Pikachu}} are eating [[rice ball]]s as Misty notices Ash's mood. Ash mentions how far behind he is as {{an|Brock}} points down the path to Celadon City. Misty mentions that Ash needs to get there his own way as Brock mentions quality over quantity. At that moment, Pikachu notices a {{p|Mankey}} peeking from behind a rock nearby as Ash checks his [[Pokédex]]. Mankey hops over Brock, wanting the rice ball. It takes it and climbs atop a rock, eating it. Ash decides to catch it by merely throwing a {{i|Poké Ball}} at it. Mankey throws the rice ball which the Poké Ball catches, and it then hops off, clearly angry. The Pokédex mentions that once it goes into {{m|Thrash}}, it is hard to stop. Mankey charges and everyone runs away. Brock tries to stop it by throwing it a rice ball, but it destroys it with its fist. Misty trips and it appears Mankey will attack her, but it jumps off her head to lands on Ash's face, pounding him. Mankey leaves Ash beaten and without his {{AP|hat}} as it climbs atop a tree and wears the hat. Nearby, {{TRT}} watches, wanting to catch Pikachu and get a promotion. {{MTR}} makes a smart remark as [[Jessie]] rolls a yarn ball at Meowth, pacifying the Pokémon.
   
Ash gets up and notices his hat is missing. Ash confronts Mankey as the Pokémon mocks Ash, imitating him twisting his hat back and throwing the Poké Ball. Ash climbs the tree to reclaim the hat. He mentions that the hat was one he won at the [[Pokémon League]] Expo and that the hat is very rare. A commercial {{wp|flashback}} plays out and shows how rare the hat is. Misty remembers trying to win that hat, but Ash beat her by sending in "about a million postcards". Ash manages to get high enough on the tree, but Mankey jumps off, sending Ash back down. Team Rocket steps out to confront them, but Mankey checks out Team Rocket. [[James]] kicks Mankey away. Brock tells Team Rocket to leave before it whips them. Team Rocket turns, seeing the angry Pokémon [[Evolution|evolving]] into {{p|Primeape}}.
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Ash gets up and notices his hat is missing. Ash confronts Mankey as the Pokémon mocks Ash, imitating him twisting by his hat back and throwing the Poké Ball. Ash climbs the tree to reclaim the hat. He mentions that the hat was one he won at the [[Pokémon League]] Expo. A commercial {{wp|flashback}} plays out and shows how rare the hat is. Misty remembers trying to win that hat, but Ash admits that he sent in multiple postcards. Ash manages to climb high enough, though Mankey beats him up and jumps off, sending Ash back down. Team Rocket steps out to confront them, but Mankey checks out Team Rocket. [[James]] kicks Mankey away. Brock tells Team Rocket to leave before it returns. Team Rocket turns, seeing the angry Pokémon [[Evolution|evolving]] into {{p|Primeape}}.
   
Ash checks his Pokédex about Primeape as Team Rocket decides to ignore it, sending out {{TP|Jessie|Ekans}} and {{TP|James|Koffing}}. Primeape attacks Jessie, sending her flying face-first into a rock. She gets angry and orders the Pokémon to attack Primeape instead. Meowth, James and Jessie jump into the melee as [[Ash's friends]] drag him away. Ash notices his hat and Pikachu runs for it. Primeape beats Team Rocket and gets between Pikachu and Ash’s hat. Pikachu tries not to look at Primeape in the eye, but it eventually does, backing off as it reclaims the hat. Pikachu attacks with {{m|Thunder Shock}}, but it only makes Primeape angrier. Brock thinks Primeape is scared of them and approaches it, but it pounds on Brock and sends him flying. Primeape continues to Thrash and runs after Ash and Misty. They run away as Team Rocket pursues them as well. Ash and Misty split up, Primeape following Ash. Brock captures up with Misty as they decide to catch up to Ash.
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Ash checks his Pokédex about Primeape as Team Rocket decides to ignore it, sending out {{TP|Jessie|Ekans}} and {{TP|James|Koffing}}. Primeape attacks Jessie, sending her flying face-first into a rock. She gets angry and orders the Pokémon to attack Primeape instead. Meowth, James and Jessie jump into the melee as [[Ash's friends]] drag him away. Ash notices his hat and Pikachu runs for it. Primeape beats Team Rocket and gets between Pikachu and Ash's hat. Pikachu tries not to look at Primeape in the eye, but he eventually does, nervously backing away as it reclaims the hat. Pikachu attacks with {{m|Thunder Shock}}, but it only makes Primeape angrier. Brock thinks Primeape is scared of them and approaches it, but it pounds on Brock and sends him flying. Primeape continues to Thrash and runs after Ash and Misty. They run away as Team Rocket pursues them as well. Ash and Misty split up, Primeape following Ash. Brock catches up with Misty as they decide to catch up to Ash.
   
Ash keeps running as Primeape destroys boulders in its path. Meanwhile, Team Rocket sets up a pit trap in Ash's path. They see dust in the distance as Ash and Pikachu plunge in, Primeape managing to stop in time. Koffing releases gas as Ash confronts Team Rocket. Pikachu attacks with Thunder Shock, hurting Team Rocket and Ash. Ash sees Primeape as it jumps in. Ash scrambles out but Primeape jumps in front of him, staring him in the eye. Ash remembers what Oak said and decides to get serious and capture Primeape. Misty insists for Ash to forget it, but Ash wants to face it to get stronger. He sends {{AP|Squirtle}} to fire {{m|Water Gun}}, but it makes Primeape angrier. Ash sends {{AP|Bulbasaur}} to use {{m|Razor Leaf}}, but Primeape punches them, destroying the leaves. Ash sends {{AP|Charmander}} out, using {{m|Flamethrower}}, but Primeape dodges before pounding on Charmander with several punches. Primeape is relentless as Charmander's flame suddenly grows. The Pokédex points the move {{m|Rage}} as Charmander gains more power. Charmander takes more punches before {{m|Bite|biting}} Primeape's fist, but it tosses the Pokémon aside. Charmander fires another Flamethrower as Pikachu jumps and grabs the hat, escaping before the attack roasts Primeape. Primeape slumps as Ash tosses the Poké Ball. Primeape goes inside as the Ball rattles. It stops, the capture an apparent success. The Ball rattles again, but it stops a second time, this time inert as Ash claims the Ball holding his {{AP|Primeape}}.
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Ash keeps running as Primeape destroys boulders in its path. Meanwhile, Team Rocket sets up a pit trap in Ash's path. They see dust in the distance as Ash and Pikachu plunge in, Primeape managing to stop in time. Koffing releases gas as Ash confronts Team Rocket. Pikachu attacks with Thunder Shock, hurting Team Rocket and Ash. Ash sees Primeape as it jumps in. Ash scrambles out but Primeape jumps in front of him, staring him in the eye. Ash remembers what Oak said and decides to get serious and catch Primeape. Misty insists for Ash to forget it, but Ash wants to face it to get stronger. He sends {{AP|Squirtle}} to fire {{m|Water Gun}}, but it makes Primeape angrier. Ash sends {{AP|Bulbasaur}} to use {{m|Razor Leaf}}, but Primeape's punches destroy the leaves. Ash sends {{AP|Charmander}} out, using {{m|Flamethrower}}, but Primeape dodges before pounding Charmander with several punches. Primeape is relentless, though Charmander's flame suddenly grows; the Pokédex points out that it is the move {{m|Rage}}. Charmander takes more punches before {{m|Bite|biting}} Primeape's fist, but it is tossed aside. Charmander fires another Flamethrower and Pikachu jumps and grabs the hat, escaping before the attack roasts Primeape. Primeape slumps as Ash tosses the Poké Ball. Primeape goes inside as the Ball rattles. It stops, the catch an apparent success. The Ball rattles again, but it stops a second time, this time inert as Ash claims the Ball holding his {{AP|Primeape}}.
   
Pikachu gives Ash his hat back as Team Rocket climbs out of the hole. They wonder where Primeape is as Ash throws the ball in. Primeape jumps out and pounds Team Rocket, sending them flying. Ash pets Primeape, but it gives Ash a black eye. Ash recalls his Charmander and Primeape. Pikachu points over the cliff as they see Celadon City. Misty notes that Primeape’s chase sped up the trip. Ash puts his hat on, as he is excited to get the {{Badge|Rainbow|next Badge}}. Meanwhile, Team Rocket lands in a field full of angry Primeape. The Primeape pound on Team Rocket as Meowth wishes for donuts.
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Pikachu gives Ash his hat back as Team Rocket climbs out of the hole. They wonder where Primeape is as Ash throws the ball in. Primeape jumps out and pounds Team Rocket, sending them flying. Ash commends Primeape, but it gives Ash a black eye. Ash recalls his Charmander and Primeape. Pikachu points over the cliff as they see Celadon City. Misty notes that Primeape's chase sped up the trip. Ash puts his hat on, as he is excited to get the {{Badge|Rainbow|next Badge}}. Meanwhile, Team Rocket lands in a canyon full of angry Primeape, who go on to attack them.
   
 
==Major events==
 
==Major events==
* {{Gary}} is revealed to have won five Badges.
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<!-- This is not for summarizing everything that happens in this episode. Only events pertaining to the series as a whole, such as catching and releasing Pokémon and obtaining Badges, go here. -->
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[[File:Ash catching Primeape.png|thumb|220px|Ash after catching Primeape]]
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* {{Gary}} is revealed to have won five [[Badge]]s.
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* {{Ash}} tries and fails to catch a {{p|Mankey}}.
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* The Mankey that Ash tried to catch evolves into a {{p|Primeape}}.
 
* [[Ash's Bulbasaur]] is revealed to know {{m|Razor Leaf}}.
 
* [[Ash's Bulbasaur]] is revealed to know {{m|Razor Leaf}}.
 
* [[Ash's Charmander]] learns {{m|Rage}}.
 
* [[Ash's Charmander]] learns {{m|Rage}}.
* Ash catches a newly evolved {{AP|Primeape}}.
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* Ash catches the newly evolved {{AP|Primeape}}.
 
* Ash and {{ashfr}} reach [[Celadon City]].
 
* Ash and {{ashfr}} reach [[Celadon City]].
 
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===Debuts===
 
===Debuts===
 
====Pokémon debuts====
 
====Pokémon debuts====
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* {{p|Charizard}}
 
* {{p|Primeape}} ({{OP|Ash|Primeape}})
 
* {{p|Primeape}} ({{OP|Ash|Primeape}})
* {{p|Poliwag}}
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* {{p|Poliwag}}
 
* {{p|Poliwhirl}}
 
* {{p|Poliwhirl}}
 
* {{p|Bellsprout}}
 
* {{p|Bellsprout}}
* {{p|Charizard}}
 
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
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* {{p|Charmander}} ({{OP|Ash|Charmander}})
 
* {{p|Charmander}} ({{OP|Ash|Charmander}})
 
* {{p|Squirtle}} ({{OP|Ash|Squirtle}})
 
* {{p|Squirtle}} ({{OP|Ash|Squirtle}})
* {{p|Krabby}} ({{OP|Ash|Krabby}}; at {{an|Professor Oak|Oak}}'s {{TP|Professor Oak|Laboratory}})
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* {{p|Krabby}} ({{OP|Ash|Krabby}})
 
* {{p|Primeape}} ({{OP|Ash|Primeape}}; newly evolved; new; debut)
 
* {{p|Primeape}} ({{OP|Ash|Primeape}}; newly evolved; new; debut)
 
* {{p|Ekans}} ({{OP|Jessie|Ekans}})
 
* {{p|Ekans}} ({{OP|Jessie|Ekans}})
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* {{p|Mankey}} ([[Ash's Primeape|evolves]])
 
* {{p|Mankey}} ([[Ash's Primeape|evolves]])
 
* {{p|Primeape}} (multiple; debut)
 
* {{p|Primeape}} (multiple; debut)
* {{p|Charizard}} (flashback)
 
* {{p|Blastoise}} (flashback)
 
 
* {{p|Poliwag}} (debut)
 
* {{p|Poliwag}} (debut)
 
* {{p|Poliwhirl}} (debut)
 
* {{p|Poliwhirl}} (debut)
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* {{p|Slowpoke}}
 
* {{p|Slowpoke}}
 
* {{p|Dodrio}}
 
* {{p|Dodrio}}
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* {{p|Charizard}} (flashback)
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* {{p|Blastoise}} (flashback)
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* This episode's dub title is a reference to the movie ''{{wp|Herbie Goes Bananas}}''.
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* {{an|Professor Oak}}'s [[Professor Oak's Pokémon Lecture|senryū]]:
* This episode is the first in the anime series where Team Rocket refers to Ash as the 'twerp' in the English dub.
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** English: Everyday it's cake and tea/Just my Pokémon and me
* Not only does this episode reveal how Ash obtained his hat, but also that Misty entered the very same contest.
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** Japanese: ポケモンと ようかんたべて ああおいしい ''Pokémon to, yōkan tabete, aa oishii'' "With Pokémon, eating my {{wp|yōkan}} becomes - oh, so delicious."
* Despite Charmander learning {{m|Rage}} in this episode, it never used the move again.
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* This episode's dub title is a reference to the 1980 comedy adventure film ''{{wp|Herbie Goes Bananas}}''.
* Parts of this episode were reanimated and used for flashback material for ''[[BW116|The Fires of a Red-Hot Reunion]]''.
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* This episode is the first in the {{pkmn|anime}} where {{TRT}} refers to {{Ash}} as the "[[twerp]]" in the English dub.
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* This episode reveals how Ash obtained [[Ash's hat|his hat]], and also that {{an|Misty}} entered the very same contest.
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* Despite {{AP|Charmander}} learning {{m|Rage}} in this episode, it never used the move again.
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* Parts of this episode were reanimated and used for flashback material for ''[[BW116|The Fires of a Red-Hot Reunion!]]''.
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* Both {{p|Mankey}} and [[James's Magikarp]] in ''[[EP016|Pokémon Shipwreck]]'' evolved after [[James]] kicked them, causing them to become angry.
   
 
===Errors===
 
===Errors===
[[File:Pockemonleag.png|thumb|right|200px|The Poké Ball with "POCKEMON LEAG" inscribed on it.]]
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[[File:Pockemonleag.png|thumb|200px|The Poké Ball with "POCKEMON LEAG" inscribed on it]]
* In ''[[EP013|Mystery at the Lighthouse]]'', Professor Oak tells Ash that Gary has caught forty-five Pokémon. However, in this episode, Professor Oak tells Ash that Gary has caught thirty Pokémon. It should be noted that this was also present in the Japanese version.
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* In ''[[EP013|Mystery at the Lighthouse]]'', Professor Oak tells Ash that {{Gary}} {{pkmn2|caught}} 45 Pokémon. However, in this episode, Oak tells Ash that Gary caught 30 Pokémon. It should be noted that this was also present in the Japanese version.
* The writing on the Poké Ball in the advertisement is spelled "POCKEMON LEAG". This was not corrected in the dub, possibly as it is hard to read anyway. This misspelling of "Pokémon" as "Pockemon" is likely due to the fact that at the time of this episode's production (1997) there were no concrete plans for Pokémon's appearance to be international, and thus no standard romanization. Compare: '''ポケモン'''/'''ポケ'''ット'''モン'''スター ('''Pokémon'''/'''Pocke'''tto '''Mon'''sutā).
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* The writing on the {{i|Poké Ball}} in the advertisement is spelled "POCKEMON LEAG". This was not corrected in the dub, possibly as it is hard to read anyway. This misspelling of "Pokémon" as "Pockemon" is likely due to the fact that at the time of this episode's production (1997) there were no concrete plans for Pokémon's appearance to be international, and thus no standard romanization. Compare: '''ポケモン'''/'''ポケ'''ット'''モン'''スター ('''Pokémon'''/'''Pocke'''tto '''Mon'''sutā).
* When Ash reaches for his hat after climbing the tree, the hat is facing backward on Mankey's head. But in the next shot where Ash is knocked to the ground, the hat is facing forward.
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* When Ash reaches for his hat after climbing the tree, the hat is facing backward on Mankey's head. However, in the next shot where Ash is knocked to the ground, the hat is facing forward.
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** In the same shot, Ash's shoes are completely black.
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* When James kicks Mankey, he kicks Mankey away from him. In the next shot, however, Mankey is behind Team Rocket.
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** Mankey is also seen without Ash's hat on his head when he begins to evolve. However, after evolving into Primeape, Ash's hat is suddenly on its head again.
 
* The half-focused eyes on Misty's face appear twice when she comments on Ash's "Donut Pokémon": both before and after her lips start moving.
 
* The half-focused eyes on Misty's face appear twice when she comments on Ash's "Donut Pokémon": both before and after her lips start moving.
* The Primeape shown during the "Who's That Pokémon" segment is missing its nostrils.
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* The Primeape shown during the [[Who's That Pokémon]] segment is missing its nostrils.
* When Ash throws his Poké Ball to capture Primeape, it lands and wobbles upside down. The next shot after that, it's right side up. Ash's Poké Ball continues to wobble in this position until Primeape is caught.
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* When Ash throws his Poké Ball to catch Primeape, it lands and wobbles upside down. The next shot after that, it is right side up. Ash's Poké Ball continues to wobble in this position until Primeape is caught.
* When Ash gets beat up by Primeape after capturing it, he commands Charmander and Primeape to return to their respective Poké Balls. At that moment, Pikachu disappears as well, but reappears just a few seconds later in the next scene overlooking [[Celadon City]].
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* When Ash gets beat up by Primeape after catching it, he commands Charmander and Primeape to return to their respective Poké Balls. At that moment, {{AP|Pikachu}} disappears as well, but reappears just a few seconds later in the next scene overlooking [[Celadon City]].
[[File:Donuts.png|200px|thumb|right|Brock and his "donuts"]]
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* When Ash and his friends are overlooking Celadon City, Ash's hat is completely red.
* When Ash and co. are overlooking Celadon City, Ash's hat is completely red.
 
   
===Dub edits===
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===Dub edits===
* Professor Oak's [[Professor Oak's lecture|senryū]]:
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[[File:Donuts.png|200px|thumb|Brock and his "donuts"]]
** English: Everyday it's cake and tea/Just my Pokémon and me
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* [[PokéRap]]: Day 5 (Version 2)
** Japanese: ポケモンと ようかんたべて ああおいしい ''Pokémon to, yōkan tabete, aa oishii'' "With Pokémon, eating {{wp|yōkan}} - oh, delicious."
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* {{an|Brock}}'s [[rice ball]]s are referred to as jelly doughnuts.
* Brock's [[rice ball]]s are called doughnut.
 
 
** A pun is removed: because it is called a doughnut, the {{tt|Monster Ball|Poké Ball}}/rice ball parallel is lost.
 
** A pun is removed: because it is called a doughnut, the {{tt|Monster Ball|Poké Ball}}/rice ball parallel is lost.
 
* When the narrator asks if Ash can catch up with his rivals in the dub, the original had him remembering Professor Oak's words about catching Pokémon.
 
* When the narrator asks if Ash can catch up with his rivals in the dub, the original had him remembering Professor Oak's words about catching Pokémon.
 
* Also, Ash's exaggeration about sending in a million postcards was originally one ''thousand'' postcards.
 
* Also, Ash's exaggeration about sending in a million postcards was originally one ''thousand'' postcards.
 
** Brock's response to the above was "Poor Ash... losing an official hat is like losing your best friend". Originally, Brock said that boys really do care about silly things like their hats.
 
** Brock's response to the above was "Poor Ash... losing an official hat is like losing your best friend". Originally, Brock said that boys really do care about silly things like their hats.
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* While Mankey is beating up Ash, in the dub, he says he is not okay, while in the original version, he orders Pikachu to help him, which explains why Pikachu is hesitant to interfere.
   
==In other languages==
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==In other languages==
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|ar={{tt|القرد العصبي|The Angry Monkey}}
 
|ar={{tt|القرد العصبي|The Angry Monkey}}
 
|zh_cmn={{tt|火爆猴,別生氣喔!/ 火爆猴,别生气哦!|Primeape, Don't be angry!}}
 
|zh_cmn={{tt|火爆猴,別生氣喔!/ 火爆猴,别生气哦!|Primeape, Don't be angry!}}
 
|cs={{tt|Rozzuřený lidoop|Angry Ape}}
 
|cs={{tt|Rozzuřený lidoop|Angry Ape}}
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|da={{tt|Primeape Går Agurk|Primeape Going Cucumber}}
 
|nl={{tt|Primeape Wordt Stapelgek|Primeape Goes Totally Crazy}}
 
|nl={{tt|Primeape Wordt Stapelgek|Primeape Goes Totally Crazy}}
 
|fi={{tt|Ihan kaheli Primeape|Totally crazy Primeape}}
 
|fi={{tt|Ihan kaheli Primeape|Totally crazy Primeape}}
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|fr_eu={{tt|Une rencontre mouvementée|An eventful meeting}}
 
|fr_eu={{tt|Une rencontre mouvementée|An eventful meeting}}
 
|de={{tt|Rasaff dreht durch|Primeape wacks out}}
 
|de={{tt|Rasaff dreht durch|Primeape wacks out}}
|he=פריימיפ משתולל {{tt|Primeape mishtolel|Raving Primeape}}
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|he=פריימיפ משתולל {{tt|''Primeape mishtolel''|Raving Primeape}}
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|hi=Primeape - एक बॉक्सर पोकेमोन! {{tt|''Primeape - Ek boxer Pokémon!''|Primeape - A boxer Pokémon}} {{tt|*|Hungama dub}}
 
|hu={{tt|Primeape és az ököljog|Primeape and the Club-law}}
 
|hu={{tt|Primeape és az ököljog|Primeape and the Club-law}}
 
|it={{tt|Una nuova conquista|A new conquest}}{{tt|*|Original 2000 dub}} <br> {{tt|L'ira di Primeape|Primeape's wrath}}{{tt|*|2014 K2 TV dub}}
 
|it={{tt|Una nuova conquista|A new conquest}}{{tt|*|Original 2000 dub}} <br> {{tt|L'ira di Primeape|Primeape's wrath}}{{tt|*|2014 K2 TV dub}}
 
|ko=성원숭! 화 좀 내지마 {{tt|seong-wonsung! hwa jom naejima|Primeape! Don't Get Mad}}
 
|ko=성원숭! 화 좀 내지마 {{tt|seong-wonsung! hwa jom naejima|Primeape! Don't Get Mad}}
 
|no={{tt|Primeape går berserk|Primeape goes berserk}}
 
|no={{tt|Primeape går berserk|Primeape goes berserk}}
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|pl={{tt|Primeape idzie na banany|Primeape goes for bananas}}
 
|pt_br={{tt|Primeape Endoidece|Primeape Goes Crazy}}
 
|pt_br={{tt|Primeape Endoidece|Primeape Goes Crazy}}
 
|pt_eu={{tt|Primeape Fica Maluco|Primeape Goes Crazy}}
 
|pt_eu={{tt|Primeape Fica Maluco|Primeape Goes Crazy}}
|ru={{tt|Праймейп ошалел|}}
 
|es_la={{tt|¡Primeape se vuelve loco!|Primeape goes crazy!}}
 
|es_eu={{tt|El Primeape se vuelve loco|The Primeape goes crazy}}
 
|sv={{tt|Primape slår till|Primeape strikes}}
 
|pl={{tt|Primeape idzie na banany|Primeape Goes For Bananas}}
 
 
|ro={{tt|Primeape Vrea Banane|Primeape Wants Bananas}}
 
|ro={{tt|Primeape Vrea Banane|Primeape Wants Bananas}}
|hi=Primeape - एक बॉक्सर पोकेमोन! {{tt|''Primeape - Ek boxer Pokemon!''|Primeape - A boxer Pokemon}} {{tt|*|Hungama dub}}
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|ru={{tt|Праймейп ошалел|Primeape gone mad}}
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|sr={{tt|Прајмејп је полудео|Primeape has Gone Crazy}}
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|es_la={{tt|¡Primeape se vuelve loco!|Primeape goes crazy!}}
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|es_eu={{tt|El Primeape se vuelve loco|The Primeape goes crazy}}<br>{{tt|Primeape se vuelve loco|Primeape goes crazy}}{{tt|*|Pokémon TV}}
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|sv={{tt|Primeape slår till|Primeape strikes}}{{tt|*|Pokémon TV, spoken title}}<br>{{tt|Primeape apar sig|Primeape is monkeying}}{{tt|*|VHS release}}
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|tr={{tt|Primeape çılgına dönüyor|Primeape goes nuts}}
 
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Latest revision as of 16:04, 2 September 2019

EP024 : Haunter versus Kadabra
Original series
EP026 : Pokémon Scent-sation!
Primeape Goes Bananas
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  EP025  
おこらないでねオコリザル!
Don't Get Angry, Okorizaru!
First broadcast
Japan September 16, 1997
United States October 9, 1998
English themes
Opening Pokémon Theme
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening めざせポケモンマスター
Ending ひゃくごじゅういち
Credits
Animation Team Ota
Screenplay 冨岡淳広 Atsuhiro Tomioka
Storyboard 横田和 Kazu Yokota
Assistant director 大町繁 Shigeru Ōmachi
Animation director 武田優作 Yūsaku Takeda
Additional credits

Primeape Goes Bananas (Japanese: おこらないでねオコリザル! Don't Get Angry, Okorizaru!) is the 25th episode of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on September 16, 1997 and in the United States on October 9, 1998.

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Blurb

On their way to Celadon City, our heroes encounter Mankey, a wild Pokémon that if rubbed the wrong way can go into uncontrollable fits. Not realizing its unpredictability, the party accidentally upsets Mankey. To make matters worse, Team Rocket arrives and an all out war is waged by Mankey, who evolves into a ferocious Primeape, against anyone in its path. Will Ash be able to add Mankey/Primeape to his ever growing collection of Pokémon without having to withstand Primeape's unrelenting wrath?

Plot

Ash shows off his four Badges to Professor Oak, but Oak mentions that Gary and the other two Trainers from Pallet Town all have five Badges and have already passed through Celadon City. When Ash is infuriated, Oak advises that he should catch more Pokémon in order to become a better Trainer. He ends the call, leaving Ash upset.

Misty and Pikachu are eating rice balls as Misty notices Ash's mood. Ash mentions how far behind he is as Brock points down the path to Celadon City. Misty mentions that Ash needs to get there his own way as Brock mentions quality over quantity. At that moment, Pikachu notices a Mankey peeking from behind a rock nearby as Ash checks his Pokédex. Mankey hops over Brock, wanting the rice ball. It takes it and climbs atop a rock, eating it. Ash decides to catch it by merely throwing a Poké Ball at it. Mankey throws the rice ball which the Poké Ball catches, and it then hops off, clearly angry. The Pokédex mentions that once it goes into Thrash, it is hard to stop. Mankey charges and everyone runs away. Brock tries to stop it by throwing it a rice ball, but it destroys it with its fist. Misty trips and it appears Mankey will attack her, but it jumps off her head to lands on Ash's face, pounding him. Mankey leaves Ash beaten and without his hat as it climbs atop a tree and wears the hat. Nearby, Team Rocket watches, wanting to catch Pikachu and get a promotion. Meowth makes a smart remark as Jessie rolls a yarn ball at Meowth, pacifying the Pokémon.

Ash gets up and notices his hat is missing. Ash confronts Mankey as the Pokémon mocks Ash, imitating him twisting by his hat back and throwing the Poké Ball. Ash climbs the tree to reclaim the hat. He mentions that the hat was one he won at the Pokémon League Expo. A commercial flashback plays out and shows how rare the hat is. Misty remembers trying to win that hat, but Ash admits that he sent in multiple postcards. Ash manages to climb high enough, though Mankey beats him up and jumps off, sending Ash back down. Team Rocket steps out to confront them, but Mankey checks out Team Rocket. James kicks Mankey away. Brock tells Team Rocket to leave before it returns. Team Rocket turns, seeing the angry Pokémon evolving into Primeape.

Ash checks his Pokédex about Primeape as Team Rocket decides to ignore it, sending out Ekans and Koffing. Primeape attacks Jessie, sending her flying face-first into a rock. She gets angry and orders the Pokémon to attack Primeape instead. Meowth, James and Jessie jump into the melee as Ash's friends drag him away. Ash notices his hat and Pikachu runs for it. Primeape beats Team Rocket and gets between Pikachu and Ash's hat. Pikachu tries not to look at Primeape in the eye, but he eventually does, nervously backing away as it reclaims the hat. Pikachu attacks with Thunder Shock, but it only makes Primeape angrier. Brock thinks Primeape is scared of them and approaches it, but it pounds on Brock and sends him flying. Primeape continues to Thrash and runs after Ash and Misty. They run away as Team Rocket pursues them as well. Ash and Misty split up, Primeape following Ash. Brock catches up with Misty as they decide to catch up to Ash.

Ash keeps running as Primeape destroys boulders in its path. Meanwhile, Team Rocket sets up a pit trap in Ash's path. They see dust in the distance as Ash and Pikachu plunge in, Primeape managing to stop in time. Koffing releases gas as Ash confronts Team Rocket. Pikachu attacks with Thunder Shock, hurting Team Rocket and Ash. Ash sees Primeape as it jumps in. Ash scrambles out but Primeape jumps in front of him, staring him in the eye. Ash remembers what Oak said and decides to get serious and catch Primeape. Misty insists for Ash to forget it, but Ash wants to face it to get stronger. He sends Squirtle to fire Water Gun, but it makes Primeape angrier. Ash sends Bulbasaur to use Razor Leaf, but Primeape's punches destroy the leaves. Ash sends Charmander out, using Flamethrower, but Primeape dodges before pounding Charmander with several punches. Primeape is relentless, though Charmander's flame suddenly grows; the Pokédex points out that it is the move Rage. Charmander takes more punches before biting Primeape's fist, but it is tossed aside. Charmander fires another Flamethrower and Pikachu jumps and grabs the hat, escaping before the attack roasts Primeape. Primeape slumps as Ash tosses the Poké Ball. Primeape goes inside as the Ball rattles. It stops, the catch an apparent success. The Ball rattles again, but it stops a second time, this time inert as Ash claims the Ball holding his Primeape.

Pikachu gives Ash his hat back as Team Rocket climbs out of the hole. They wonder where Primeape is as Ash throws the ball in. Primeape jumps out and pounds Team Rocket, sending them flying. Ash commends Primeape, but it gives Ash a black eye. Ash recalls his Charmander and Primeape. Pikachu points over the cliff as they see Celadon City. Misty notes that Primeape's chase sped up the trip. Ash puts his hat on, as he is excited to get the next Badge. Meanwhile, Team Rocket lands in a canyon full of angry Primeape, who go on to attack them.

Major events

Ash after catching Primeape
For a list of all major events in the anime, please see the timeline of events.

Debuts

Pokémon debuts

Characters

Humans

Dare da?

Pokémon

Who's That Pokémon?

Who's That Pokémon?: Primeape

Trivia

  • Professor Oak's senryū:
    • English: Everyday it's cake and tea/Just my Pokémon and me
    • Japanese: ポケモンと ようかんたべて ああおいしい Pokémon to, yōkan tabete, aa oishii "With Pokémon, eating my yōkan becomes - oh, so delicious."
  • This episode's dub title is a reference to the 1980 comedy adventure film Herbie Goes Bananas.
  • This episode is the first in the anime where Team Rocket refers to Ash as the "twerp" in the English dub.
  • This episode reveals how Ash obtained his hat, and also that Misty entered the very same contest.
  • Despite Charmander learning Rage in this episode, it never used the move again.
  • Parts of this episode were reanimated and used for flashback material for The Fires of a Red-Hot Reunion!.
  • Both Mankey and James's Magikarp in Pokémon Shipwreck evolved after James kicked them, causing them to become angry.

Errors

The Poké Ball with "POCKEMON LEAG" inscribed on it
  • In Mystery at the Lighthouse, Professor Oak tells Ash that Gary caught 45 Pokémon. However, in this episode, Oak tells Ash that Gary caught 30 Pokémon. It should be noted that this was also present in the Japanese version.
  • The writing on the Poké Ball in the advertisement is spelled "POCKEMON LEAG". This was not corrected in the dub, possibly as it is hard to read anyway. This misspelling of "Pokémon" as "Pockemon" is likely due to the fact that at the time of this episode's production (1997) there were no concrete plans for Pokémon's appearance to be international, and thus no standard romanization. Compare: ポケモン/ポケットモンスター (Pokémon/Pocketto Monsutā).
  • When Ash reaches for his hat after climbing the tree, the hat is facing backward on Mankey's head. However, in the next shot where Ash is knocked to the ground, the hat is facing forward.
    • In the same shot, Ash's shoes are completely black.
  • When James kicks Mankey, he kicks Mankey away from him. In the next shot, however, Mankey is behind Team Rocket.
    • Mankey is also seen without Ash's hat on his head when he begins to evolve. However, after evolving into Primeape, Ash's hat is suddenly on its head again.
  • The half-focused eyes on Misty's face appear twice when she comments on Ash's "Donut Pokémon": both before and after her lips start moving.
  • The Primeape shown during the Who's That Pokémon segment is missing its nostrils.
  • When Ash throws his Poké Ball to catch Primeape, it lands and wobbles upside down. The next shot after that, it is right side up. Ash's Poké Ball continues to wobble in this position until Primeape is caught.
  • When Ash gets beat up by Primeape after catching it, he commands Charmander and Primeape to return to their respective Poké Balls. At that moment, Pikachu disappears as well, but reappears just a few seconds later in the next scene overlooking Celadon City.
  • When Ash and his friends are overlooking Celadon City, Ash's hat is completely red.

Dub edits

Brock and his "donuts"
  • PokéRap: Day 5 (Version 2)
  • Brock's rice balls are referred to as jelly doughnuts.
    • A pun is removed: because it is called a doughnut, the Monster Ball/rice ball parallel is lost.
  • When the narrator asks if Ash can catch up with his rivals in the dub, the original had him remembering Professor Oak's words about catching Pokémon.
  • Also, Ash's exaggeration about sending in a million postcards was originally one thousand postcards.
    • Brock's response to the above was "Poor Ash... losing an official hat is like losing your best friend". Originally, Brock said that boys really do care about silly things like their hats.
  • While Mankey is beating up Ash, in the dub, he says he is not okay, while in the original version, he orders Pikachu to help him, which explains why Pikachu is hesitant to interfere.

In other languages



EP024 : Haunter versus Kadabra
Original series
EP026 : Pokémon Scent-sation!
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