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== Major events ==
 
== Major events ==
* Misty leaves her [[Misty's Horsea|Horsea]] and [[Misty's Starmie|Starmie]] at the Cerulean gym.
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* Misty leaves her {{TP|Misty|Horsea}} and {{TP|Misty|Starmie}} at the Cerulean gym.
 
* Misty's sisters' {{p|Seel}} evolves into {{p|Dewgong}}.
 
* Misty's sisters' {{p|Seel}} evolves into {{p|Dewgong}}.
 
=== Debuts ===
 
=== Debuts ===
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== Characters ==
 
== Characters ==
 
=== Humans ===
 
=== Humans ===
* [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]]
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* {{Ash}}
 
* [[Misty]]
 
* [[Misty]]
 
* [[Brock]]
 
* [[Brock]]
 
* [[Jessie]]
 
* [[Jessie]]
 
* [[James]]
 
* [[James]]
* [[Daisy (anime)|Daisy]]
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* {{an|Daisy}}
 
* [[Violet]]
 
* [[Violet]]
* [[Lily (Kanto)|Lily]]
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* {{ka|Lily}}
   
 
=== Pokémon ===
 
=== Pokémon ===
 
[[Who’s That Pokémon?]]: {{p|Clefairy}} (''US and international''), Tattsu (''Japan'')
 
[[Who’s That Pokémon?]]: {{p|Clefairy}} (''US and international''), Tattsu (''Japan'')
   
* {{p|Pikachu}} ([[Ash's Pikachu|Ash's]])
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* {{p|Pikachu}} ({{OP|Ash|Pikachu}})
* {{p|Meowth}} ([[Meowth (Team Rocket)|Team Rocket]])
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* {{p|Meowth}} ({{TRM}})
* {{p|Togepi}} ([[Misty's Togetic|Misty's]])
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* {{p|Togepi}} ({{OP|Misty|Togepi}})
* {{p|Squirtle}} ([[Ash's Squirtle|Ash's]])
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* {{p|Squirtle}} ({{OP|Ash|Squirtle}})
* {{p|Goldeen}} ([[Misty's Goldeen|Misty's]])
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* {{p|Goldeen}} ({{OP|Misty|Goldeen}})
* {{p|Staryu}} ([[Misty's Staryu|Misty's]])
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* {{p|Staryu}} ({{OP|Misty|Staryu}})
* {{p|Starmie}} ([[Misty's Starmie|Misty's]]; leaves)
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* {{p|Starmie}} ({{OP|Misty|Starmie}}; leaves)
* {{p|Horsea}} ([[Misty's Horsea|Misty's]]; leaves)
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* {{p|Horsea}} ({{OP|Misty|Horsea}}; leaves)
* {{p|Psyduck}} ([[Misty's Psyduck|Misty's]])
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* {{p|Psyduck}} ({{OP|Misty|Psyduck}})
* {{p|Arbok}} ([[Jessie's Arbok|Jessie's]])
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* {{p|Arbok}} ({{OP|Jessie|Arbok}})
* {{p|Weezing}} ([[James's Weezing|James's]])
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* {{p|Weezing}} ({{OP|James|Weezing}})
 
* {{p|Seel}} ([[Cerulean City|Cerulean Gym]]'s; evolves)
 
* {{p|Seel}} ([[Cerulean City|Cerulean Gym]]'s; evolves)
 
* {{p|Dewgong}} ([[Cerulean City|Cerulean Gym]]'s; newly evolved, debut)
 
* {{p|Dewgong}} ([[Cerulean City|Cerulean Gym]]'s; newly evolved, debut)
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* Since Ash registered Dewgong underwater, the [[Pokédex]] is apparently waterproof.
 
* Since Ash registered Dewgong underwater, the [[Pokédex]] is apparently waterproof.
 
* This is the first episode in the Japanese version to feature [[Oak's Pokémon Lecture]], which would last until mid-[[Advanced Generation series]] then start again in the early [[Diamond and Pearl series]].
 
* This is the first episode in the Japanese version to feature [[Oak's Pokémon Lecture]], which would last until mid-[[Advanced Generation series]] then start again in the early [[Diamond and Pearl series]].
*It is shown that [[Jessie's Arbok|Arbok]] can swim without air but [[James's Weezing|Weezing]] is less dense than water, causing it to float.
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*It is shown that {{TP|Jessie|Arbok}} can swim without air but {{TP|James|Weezing}} is less dense than water, causing it to float.
   
 
=== Errors ===
 
=== Errors ===

Revision as of 17:52, 22 June 2008

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The Misty Mermaid
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  EP061  
ハナダジム!すいちゅうのたたかい!
Hanada Gym! Underwater Battle!
First broadcast
Japan September 3, 1998
United States September 23, 1999
English themes
Opening Pokémon Theme
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening めざせポケモンマスター
Ending ポケモン音頭
Credits
Animation Team Ota
Screenplay 大橋志吉 Yukiyoshi Ōhashi
Storyboard 井硲清高 Kiyotaka Itani
Assistant director 岡崎幸男 Yukio Okazaki
Animation director 林広道 Hiromichi Hayashi
No additional credits are available at this time.

The Misty Mermaid (Japanese: ハナダジム!すいちゅうのたたかい! Hanada Gym! Underwater Battle!) is episode 61 of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on September 3, 1998 and in the United States on September 23, 1999.

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Synopsis

Major events

Debuts

Characters

Humans

Pokémon

Who’s That Pokémon?: Clefairy (US and international), Tattsu (Japan)

Trivia

Errors

Dub edits

In other languages

  • French: La sirène magique
  • Italian: Uno spettacolo straordinario
  • Latin American Spanish: ¡Misty la sirena!
  • Spanish: Misty la sirena

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