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Aboard {{AP|Lapras}}, the group follows a news crew to [[Fukuhara Island No. 4]], where a scientific expedition is underway after the discovery of a fossilized {{p|Kabuto}}. While on the island, {{Ash}} and {{ashfr}} are shocked to learn that [[Nurse Joy]] is the director of the Kabuto excavation. She tells the new reporter that the excavation hopes to study the habitat of the extinct Pokémon Kabuto. She also remarks that they would like to find out if the claims about Kabuto oil, considered a youth elixir and health medicine, are true or not. After hearing all of this, Ash and {{Tracey}} jump in front of the reporter's camera and ask if they can help with the fossil digging. A moment later, Ash looks into the camera and makes a scene, which in turn causes {{an|Misty}} to grab him while yelling at him for embarrassing them.
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While aboard {{AP|Lapras}}, {{Ash}} and {{ashfr}} follow a news crew to [[Fukuhara Island No. 4]], where an excavation is underway after the discovery of a fossilized {{p|Kabuto}}. While on the island, they are shocked to learn that [[Nurse Joy]] is the director of the excavation. She tells the new reporter that the excavation hopes to study the habitat of the extinct Kabuto. She also remarks that they would like to find out the veracity about the claims about Kabuto oil, considered a youth elixir and health medicine. After hearing all of this, Ash and {{Tracey}} ask if they can help. Meanwhile, {{TRT}} watches the whole scene from their {{p|Magikarp}} [[Team Rocket's mechas|submarine]]. As [[Jessie]] wonders why a television crew would be on the island, {{MTR}} says that they could be on TV as well if they hurry and capture {{AP|Pikachu}}.
   
Meanwhile {{TRT}} have been watching the whole scene from their {{p|Magikarp}} [[Team Rocket's mechas|submarine]], at which [[Jessie]] says that she wonders why a television crew would be on the island, which then prompts {{MTR}} into saying that if they hurry up and catch {{AP|Pikachu}}, they can then maybe catch some face time too.
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Nurse Joy leads a group of explorers, the news crew, and Ash's group to the digging site. A group of {{p|Growlithe}} also accompany the team, while {{p|Machoke}} are seen carrying some equipment and several {{p|Rhydon}} for drilling holes. As they pass by, a mysterious silhouette of a man is seen behind a tree. As they reach a small cliff path, Team Rocket is shown following the same path on a lower section of the cliff. As Nurse Joy's team moves on, the Growlithe start to growl at a large boulder on a hill, but Nurse Joy dismisses the alarm. Suddenly, the boulder falls and starts racing towards them. While the group runs down the hill, Ash suggests that Nurse Joy use the Machoke's strength. They Pokémon succeed and the team is saved. Unfortunately for Team Rocket, the boulder then rolls off the side of the cliff and knocks [[James]] into a canyon.
   
Nurse Joy leads a group of explorers, the news crew, and Ash's group to the digging site. A group of {{p|Growlithe}} also accompany the team, while {{p|Machoke}} are seen carrying some equipment and several {{p|Rhydon}} for drilling holes. As they pass by, a mysterious silhouette of a man is seen behind a tree. They eventually reach a small cliff path which Misty is very uneasy about because of the height. At the same time Team Rocket is shown following the same path on a lower section of the cliff. As Nurse Joy's team moves on the Growlithe start to growl at a large boulder on a hill, but Nurse Joy dismisses the alarm. Suddenly the boulder, which is actually pushes, falls and starts racing towards them. While the group runs down the hill, Ash suggests that Nurse Joy use the Machoke's strength. They Pokémon succeed and the team is saved. Unfortunately for Team Rocket, the boulder then rolls off the side of the cliff and knocks [[James]] into a canyon.
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As the team continues to walk, the same silhouette is seen behind a rock. Pikachu catches a glimpse and looks over, which catches Ash's attention. Ash turns around to check, though he sees nothing suspicious. Eventually, the team reaches their destination, a hidden bay on the island's desolate northern shore. The crew and their Pokémon start to excavate. As Ash, Tracey, Pikachu, and {{TP|Misty|Togepi}} dig, several boulders start falling onto them. Nurse Joy commands Rhydon to use {{m|Horn Drill}}, which shatters the boulders.
   
As the team continues to walk, a silhouette of a man is seen, but this time from behind a rock. Pikachu catches a glimpse and looks over which catches Ash's attention. Ash turns around to check though sees nothing suspicious. Eventually the team reaches their destination, a hidden bay on the island's desolate northern shore. Right away the crew and their Pokémon start to excavate. As Ash, Tracey, Pikachu, and {{TP|Misty|Togepi}} dig, several boulders start falling onto them. Luckily Nurse Joy commands Rhydon to use {{m|Horn Drill}}, which shatters the crashing boulders and once again the team is saved.
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Afterwards, Misty mentions that she thinks that someone is responsible for all of the incidents. Tracey refutes her claims and clarifies that the island is supposed to be deserted. Just then, the silhouette is seen running from behind a tree; Pikachu notices and starts chasing after him. Ash follows suit and ends up jumping on the man, bringing them both to the ground. As the rest of the crew catches up, the identity of the man is revealed to be [[Umberto]]. He sternly tells them to leave the island and admits that he has been pushing the boulders onto them, clarifying that he was only trying to keep them out of harm's way.
   
After the second near boulder catastrophe Misty mentions that she thinks that someone is responsible for all of the incidents. Tracey refutes her claims and clarifies that the island is supposed to be deserted. Just as he says that a dark silhouette of a man is seen running from behind a tree at which Pikachu notices and starts chasing after him. Ash follows suit and ends up jumping on the man, bringing them both to the ground. As the rest of the crew catches up, the identity of the man is finally revealed to be [[Umberto]]. With that, he then sternly tells them to leave the island and admits he while has been pushing the boulders onto them.
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Umberto then tells them of an ancient prophecy, which implies that anyone who comes to the island to disturb the Kabuto will cause the island to be swallowed up by the sea. At that moment, an explorer comes running into the forest, ecstatic from finding another Kabuto fossil. He leads the others into a cave, where they find walls of Kabuto fossils at the other end. Just then, Team Rocket arrives, causing the cavern walls to crumble. James then throws a bomb that gets passed around until Ash catches it and throws it at the wall of Kabuto fossils. The fossils then explode off the wall, allowing Team Rocket to wrap them up in a net. As the trio tries to get away in their hot-air balloon, the Kabuto suddenly come to life as moonlight hits them. One ends up popping Team Rocket's balloon, which leads to them blasting off.
   
Umberto explains that he was only trying to keep them out of harms way. He then tells of an ancient prophecy which implies that anyone who comes to the island to disturb the Kabuto will cause the island to be swallowed by the sea. At that moment, an explorer comes running into the forest, ecstatic to have found another Kabuto fossil. This then causes the team and the man to venture into a cave where the fossil was found. When they get to the end of the cave they find walls of Kabuto fossils. Team Rocket's arrival causes the cavern walls to crumble. James then throws a bomb that gets passed around until Ash catches it and throws it at the wall of Kabuto Fossils. The fossils then explode off the wall, and Team Rocket wraps them up in a net and tries to get away with their hot air balloon. The Kabuto then end up coming to life as moonlight hits them and one ends up popping Team Rocket's balloon which leads to them blasting away.
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It is soon apparent that the Kabuto were Fukuhara Island No. 4's foundations, and the island begins to flood as the fossil Pokémon become more disturbed. As the island starts to collapse, the team decides to head for the boat, but Umberto insists that the prophecy advises trespassers to run into the forest and make a raft. They listen to him and start building a makeshift raft. As the island sinks, they all jump onto the raft, and Ash sends out Lapras and {{AP|Squirtle}}, while Misty sends out {{TP|Misty|Staryu}} and {{TP|Misty|Goldeen}} to help pull the raft. They all make it out to sea and watch as the island completely sinks. Joy remarks that maybe the Kabuto oil does cause them to live forever. She then apologizes to Umberto for not believing him, and the news reporter says that she thinks it is best if no one finds out the Kabuto's secret. Later on, the Kabuto are seen swimming towards the moonlight, looking for a new home.
 
It is soon apparent that the Kabuto were Fukuhara Island No. 4's foundations, and the island begins to flood as the fossil Pokémon become more disturbed. As the island starts to collapse the team decides to head for the boat, but Umberto insists that the prophecy said to run into the forest and make a raft. So they listen to him and start building a makeshift raft. As the island sinks they all jump onto the raft, and Ash sends out his {{p|Lapras}} and {{p|Squirtle}}, while Misty sends out her {{p|Staryu}} and {{p|Goldeen}} to help pull the raft. They all make it out to sea and watch the island completely sink. Joy remarks that maybe the Kabuto oil does cause them to live forever. She then apologizes to Umberto for not believing him, and the news reporter says that she thinks it's best that no one ever finds out the Kabuto's secret. At the end, the Kabuto are seen swimming towards the moonlight, looking for a new safe home.
 
   
 
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==Major events==

Revision as of 23:30, 24 July 2018

EP088 : In the Pink
Original series
EP090 : Stage Fight!
Shell Shock!
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  EP089  
カブトのかせきのひみつ!
The Secret of the Kabuto Fossils!
First broadcast
Japan March 25, 1999
United States March 4, 2000
English themes
Opening Pokémon World
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening ライバル!
Ending タイプ・ワイルド
Credits
Animation Team Ota
Screenplay 藤田伸三 Shinzō Fujita
Storyboard 井硲清高 Kiyotaka Itani
Assistant director 井硲清高 Kiyotaka Itani
Animation director 山田俊也 Toshiya Yamada
Additional credits

Shell Shock! (Japanese: カブトのかせきのひみつ! The Secret of the Kabuto Fossils!) is the 89th episode of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on March 25, 1999 and in the United States on March 4, 2000.

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Blurb

Aboard Lapras, the group follows a news crew to an uninhabited island, where a scientific expedition is underway after the discovery of a fossilized Kabuto. A series of natural disasters place our heroes in mortal danger, with only the power of their Pokémon to help them. What is the secret of the Kabuto, and who wants that secret to remain hidden?

Plot

While aboard Lapras, Ash and his friends follow a news crew to Fukuhara Island No. 4, where an excavation is underway after the discovery of a fossilized Kabuto. While on the island, they are shocked to learn that Nurse Joy is the director of the excavation. She tells the new reporter that the excavation hopes to study the habitat of the extinct Kabuto. She also remarks that they would like to find out the veracity about the claims about Kabuto oil, considered a youth elixir and health medicine. After hearing all of this, Ash and Tracey ask if they can help. Meanwhile, Team Rocket watches the whole scene from their Magikarp submarine. As Jessie wonders why a television crew would be on the island, Meowth says that they could be on TV as well if they hurry and capture Pikachu.

Nurse Joy leads a group of explorers, the news crew, and Ash's group to the digging site. A group of Growlithe also accompany the team, while Machoke are seen carrying some equipment and several Rhydon for drilling holes. As they pass by, a mysterious silhouette of a man is seen behind a tree. As they reach a small cliff path, Team Rocket is shown following the same path on a lower section of the cliff. As Nurse Joy's team moves on, the Growlithe start to growl at a large boulder on a hill, but Nurse Joy dismisses the alarm. Suddenly, the boulder falls and starts racing towards them. While the group runs down the hill, Ash suggests that Nurse Joy use the Machoke's strength. They Pokémon succeed and the team is saved. Unfortunately for Team Rocket, the boulder then rolls off the side of the cliff and knocks James into a canyon.

As the team continues to walk, the same silhouette is seen behind a rock. Pikachu catches a glimpse and looks over, which catches Ash's attention. Ash turns around to check, though he sees nothing suspicious. Eventually, the team reaches their destination, a hidden bay on the island's desolate northern shore. The crew and their Pokémon start to excavate. As Ash, Tracey, Pikachu, and Togepi dig, several boulders start falling onto them. Nurse Joy commands Rhydon to use Horn Drill, which shatters the boulders.

Afterwards, Misty mentions that she thinks that someone is responsible for all of the incidents. Tracey refutes her claims and clarifies that the island is supposed to be deserted. Just then, the silhouette is seen running from behind a tree; Pikachu notices and starts chasing after him. Ash follows suit and ends up jumping on the man, bringing them both to the ground. As the rest of the crew catches up, the identity of the man is revealed to be Umberto. He sternly tells them to leave the island and admits that he has been pushing the boulders onto them, clarifying that he was only trying to keep them out of harm's way.

Umberto then tells them of an ancient prophecy, which implies that anyone who comes to the island to disturb the Kabuto will cause the island to be swallowed up by the sea. At that moment, an explorer comes running into the forest, ecstatic from finding another Kabuto fossil. He leads the others into a cave, where they find walls of Kabuto fossils at the other end. Just then, Team Rocket arrives, causing the cavern walls to crumble. James then throws a bomb that gets passed around until Ash catches it and throws it at the wall of Kabuto fossils. The fossils then explode off the wall, allowing Team Rocket to wrap them up in a net. As the trio tries to get away in their hot-air balloon, the Kabuto suddenly come to life as moonlight hits them. One ends up popping Team Rocket's balloon, which leads to them blasting off.

It is soon apparent that the Kabuto were Fukuhara Island No. 4's foundations, and the island begins to flood as the fossil Pokémon become more disturbed. As the island starts to collapse, the team decides to head for the boat, but Umberto insists that the prophecy advises trespassers to run into the forest and make a raft. They listen to him and start building a makeshift raft. As the island sinks, they all jump onto the raft, and Ash sends out Lapras and Squirtle, while Misty sends out Staryu and Goldeen to help pull the raft. They all make it out to sea and watch as the island completely sinks. Joy remarks that maybe the Kabuto oil does cause them to live forever. She then apologizes to Umberto for not believing him, and the news reporter says that she thinks it is best if no one finds out the Kabuto's secret. Later on, the Kabuto are seen swimming towards the moonlight, looking for a new home.

Major events

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?: Ponyta (US and international), Kabuto (Japan)

Trivia

  • Professor Oak's Pokémon Lecture:
    • Pokémon senryū summary: A back of mushrooms, raised to grow; Paras.
  • This episode's dub title is a reference to the illness shell shock.
  • This episode's title is formatted as Shell Shock on the DVD menu of Australian DVDs.
  • This episode shows Kabuto's dormant form, only awakened due to a blood moon. This is the only time a fossil Pokémon is shown to have a dormant form.

Errors

  • Ash's Pokédex refers to Kabuto as the Ancient Pokémon, as opposed to the Shellfish Pokémon.
  • When the island is falling apart, some of the Kabuto appear as fossils as opposed to Kabuto.
  • When the expedition team is being chased by the boulder, the reporter's microphone is gray.
  • When the island starts sinking, water splashes onto Misty's feet. However, when the camera cuts, there is still a small cliff above water.

Dub edits

In other languages


EP088 : In the Pink
Original series
EP090 : Stage Fight!
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