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==Blurb==
 
==Blurb==
 
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<i>It’s lights, camera, action at the Pokémon School when Ash and his friends put on a play! Lillie stars as Lillier, a brave adventurer who sets out on an epic quest to restore Alola’s lost energy with the help of the Staff of Alola, which gathers the power of Legendary Pokémon. Unfortunately, Team Rocket catches wind of the performance, and Jessie is determined to crash the show and upstage the other performers!</i>
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<i>Today is the sole performance of the Pokémon School play, and everyone’s so excited! Lillie stars as Lillier, a brave adventurer who is charged with restoring Alola’s lost energy using a staff imbued with the power of Legendary Pokémon. But Act Two takes an unexpected turn, as Jessie, in disguise as Jessa Bergère, crashes the performance to steal the spotlight for herself! After some confusion, Rotom Dex writes a magnificent new script on the fly, bringing the crowd (including Ash’s mom) to applause for a job well done!</i>
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
Outside the [[Pokémon School]], {{TRT}} is busy selling their honey-glazed donuts when a play script flies into [[Jessie]]'s face. She reads the script and fantasizes about being an actress, while [[James]], {{MTR}} and {{TP|Jessie|Wobbuffet}} look on in concern.
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Outside the [[Pokémon School]], {{TRT}} is busy selling their honey-glazed donuts when a play script flies into [[Jessie]]'s face. She reads the script and fantasizes about being an actress, while [[James]], {{MTR}}, and {{TP|Jessie|Wobbuffet}} look on in concern. Meanwhile, inside the Pokémon School, {{Ash}} and {{ashcl}} are getting ready for their play. Ash is unable to find his script, and {{Rotom}} gives him its own copy. Everyone begins practicing their lines in costume, but they soon become nervous after Rotom informs them that their families are waiting in the crowd. Ash and {{an|Mallow}} take a quick look, just as {{Delia}} and [[Mimey]] arrive. After [[Samson Oak]] welcomes the student's families and close friends to the school, the curtains open and the spotlight shifts as the play begins.
   
Inside the Pokémon School, {{Ash}} and {{ashcl}} are getting ready for their play. Ash is unable to find his script, so {{Rotom}} just gives him its own copy. {{an|Professor Kukui}} announces to his class that they will be putting on a play. Everyone begins to practice their lines in costume, but they soon become nervous after Rotom informs them that their families are waiting in the crowd. Ash and {{an|Mallow}} take a sneak look just as [[Delia Ketchum|Ash's mother]] and [[Mimey]] arrive. [[Samson Oak]] and his wacky Pokémon impersonations take center stage as he welcomes the student's families and close friends to the school. The curtains open and the spotlight shifts as the play begins.
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Mallow narrates as the play's protagonist, Lillier—played by {{an|Lillie}}—arrives before King Sosophocles and Queen Tsareena, played by {{an|Sophocles}} and {{TP|Mallow|Tsareena}}, respectively. The King and the Queen grant Lillier the Staff of [[Alola]] to gather the power of the [[Legendary Pokémon]]. In the next scene, Lillier meets the [[guardian deities]], played by Ash, Mallow, {{an|Lana}}, and Sophocles. Lillier asks the quartet to bestow power on her. Delia calls out to her son, causing Ash to become nervous and temporarily forget his lines, but Mallow reminds him, and the guardian deities call for the Pokémon of Alola, who all start dancing. The play continues with a dance scene between the King and the Queen, then Lillier travels far and wide, until eventually, she meets the Legendary {{p|Solgaleo}}, played by {{an|Kiawe}}, atop a mountain.
 
Mallow narrates the scenes as the play's protagonist and hero, Lillier—played by {{an|Lillie}}—arrives before King Sosophocles and Queen Tsareena, played by {{an|Sophocles}} and {{TP|Mallow|Tsareena}} respectively. The King and the Queen grant Lillier the Staff of [[Alola]] to gather the power of the [[Legendary Pokémon]]. In the next scene, Lillier meets {{p|Tapu Koko}}, {{p|Tapu Lele}}, and {{p|Tapu Fini}}, played by Ash, Mallow, and {{an|Lana}} respectively. Ash silently asks about the next part, but Lillie states that they cannot proceed until all four [[guardian deities]] are present. Backstage, Sophocles changes into his {{p|Tapu Bulu}} costume and joins the other Guardian deities, and Lillier asks for the quartet to bestow power on her. Delia calls out to her son, causing Ash to become nervous and temporarily forget his lines, but Mallow reminds him, and the guardian deities call for the Pokémon of Alola, who all start dancing.
 
 
The play continues on with a dance scene between the King and the Queen, then Lillier travels far and wide, through the cold mountainside, against a strong gale of wind, and even fights a monster along the way, eventually, she meets the Legendary {{p|Solgaleo}}, played by {{an|Kiawe}}, atop a mountain.
 
   
 
Jessie makes a grand entrance and flies onto the stage [[List of Team Rocket's disguises|disguised]] as {{p|Lunala}} with James, Meowth, and Wobbuffet holding the supporting rope. The crowd is in awe, but the students are left shocked by the unexpected appearance and Rotom declares the end of Act One before closing the stage curtains. Kiawe demand answers, to which Jessie claims herself to be the great actress Jessa-Bergère and insists the play continues with her re-written lines that gives Jessie all the scene time. The kids are against it, but Rotom solves the problem by deciding to come up with a new script and begins scanning its database for ideas. The students soon spot the rest of Team Rocket trying to sneak away and rope them into joining the school's play.
 
Jessie makes a grand entrance and flies onto the stage [[List of Team Rocket's disguises|disguised]] as {{p|Lunala}} with James, Meowth, and Wobbuffet holding the supporting rope. The crowd is in awe, but the students are left shocked by the unexpected appearance and Rotom declares the end of Act One before closing the stage curtains. Kiawe demand answers, to which Jessie claims herself to be the great actress Jessa-Bergère and insists the play continues with her re-written lines that gives Jessie all the scene time. The kids are against it, but Rotom solves the problem by deciding to come up with a new script and begins scanning its database for ideas. The students soon spot the rest of Team Rocket trying to sneak away and rope them into joining the school's play.
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* {{Delia}}
 
* {{Delia}}
 
* [[Samson Oak]]
 
* [[Samson Oak]]
* [[Lusamine]]
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* {{an|Lusamine}}
 
* [[Sima]]
 
* [[Sima]]
 
* [[Rango]]
 
* [[Rango]]
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===Pokémon===
 
===Pokémon===
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[[File:WTP SM093.png|thumb|200px|Who's That Pokémon?]]
 
[[Who's That Pokémon?]]: {{p|Tapu Fini}} ''(US and international)'', {{p|Tsareena}} ''(Japan)''
 
[[Who's That Pokémon?]]: {{p|Tapu Fini}} ''(US and international)'', {{p|Tsareena}} ''(Japan)''
 
* {{p|Pikachu}} ({{OP|Ash|Pikachu}})
 
* {{p|Pikachu}} ({{OP|Ash|Pikachu}})
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** Choices: [[Samson Oak]], {{an|Rotom Pokédex}}, {{an|Lillie}}, [[Hobbes]]
 
** Choices: [[Samson Oak]], {{an|Rotom Pokédex}}, {{an|Lillie}}, [[Hobbes]]
 
** Answer: Rotom Pokédex
 
** Answer: Rotom Pokédex
* This episode ended with the first segment from [[Where Are You Going, Eevee?]], marking the debut of a recurring [[Nagisa|Eevee]].
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* This is the season premiere of [[S22|Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon—Ultra Legends]].
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* This episode ended with the first segment from [[Where Are You Going, Eevee?]], marking the debut of a recurring [[Sandy|Eevee]].
 
* [[Jessie]] recites the {{motto}} alone in this episode.
 
* [[Jessie]] recites the {{motto}} alone in this episode.
 
* {{Ash}}, [[Acerola]], {{an|Kiawe}}, Sophocles, {{an|Mallow}}, Lillie, and {{an|Lana}} narrate the preview for the [[SM094|next episode]].
 
* {{Ash}}, [[Acerola]], {{an|Kiawe}}, Sophocles, {{an|Mallow}}, Lillie, and {{an|Lana}} narrate the preview for the [[SM094|next episode]].
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** Dr. Atsuko "Paprika" Chiba from ''{{wp|Paprika (2006 film)|Paprika}}''.
 
** Dr. Atsuko "Paprika" Chiba from ''{{wp|Paprika (2006 film)|Paprika}}''.
 
** {{wp|Lina Inverse}} from ''{{wp|Slayers}}''.
 
** {{wp|Lina Inverse}} from ''{{wp|Slayers}}''.
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*** Incidentally, at one point, Lillie references Utena from ''{{wp|Revolutionary Girl Utena}}'', who is also voiced by [[Rachael Lillis]], Jessie's original voice actress for the English dub.
 
* Lillie and Mallow's embrace during the play is a reference to the series ''{{wp|Revolutionary Girl Utena}}''.
 
* Lillie and Mallow's embrace during the play is a reference to the series ''{{wp|Revolutionary Girl Utena}}''.
 
* The clash between {{TRT}}'s [[Team Rocket's mechas|mecha]] and [[Sophocles's Charjabug]] in a mechanized suit is a reference to ''{{wp|Tetsujin 28-go}}''.
 
* The clash between {{TRT}}'s [[Team Rocket's mechas|mecha]] and [[Sophocles's Charjabug]] in a mechanized suit is a reference to ''{{wp|Tetsujin 28-go}}''.
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{{Epilang|color=90BDDC|bordercolor=F1912B
 
{{Epilang|color=90BDDC|bordercolor=F1912B
 
|zh_cmn={{tt|勇者莉莉艾爾與阿羅拉之杖!|The Hero Lillier and the Alola Staff!}}
 
|zh_cmn={{tt|勇者莉莉艾爾與阿羅拉之杖!|The Hero Lillier and the Alola Staff!}}
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|nl={{tt|Lillier en de staf!|Lillier and the Staff!}}
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|fr_eu={{tt|Le sceptre de Lilila !|Lillier's Sceptre!}}
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|he={{tt|!ליליאר והמטה|Lillier and the Staff!}}
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|de={{tt|Lillier und der Stab!|Lillier and the Staff!}}
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|it={{tt|Lyliagnan e lo scettro!|Lillier and the Sceptre!}}
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|ko={{tt|용사 릴리에르와 알로라의 지팡이!|The Hero Lillier and the Alola Staff!}}
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|pt_br={{tt|Lílianete e o bastão!|Lillier and the staff!}}
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|es_la={{tt|Lilliel y el cetro de Alola!|Lillier and the Alola scepter!}}
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|es_eu={{tt|¡Lyliana y la vara!|Lillier and the stick!}}
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|th={{tt|ผู้กล้าลิเลียกับคฑาแห่งอโลลา!|The Hero Lilier and the Staff of Alola!}}
 
}}
 
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[[Category:Episodes which aired in Canada before the United States]]
 
[[Category:Episodes which aired in Canada before the United States]]
   
[[de:Yūsha Lilieru to Alola no Tsue!]]
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[[de:Lillier und der Stab!]]
 
[[es:EP1036]]
 
[[es:EP1036]]
 
[[fr:SL093]]
 
[[fr:SL093]]

Revision as of 04:42, 11 October 2019

SM092 : Turning the Other Mask!
Sun & Moon series
SM094 : A Haunted House for Everyone!
Lillier and the Staff!
SM093.png
SM093   EP1032
勇者リリエルとアローラの杖!
The Hero Lilier and the Staff of Alola!
First broadcast
Japan October 21, 2018
United States March 23, 2019
English themes
Opening The Challenge of Life
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening キミの冒険
Ending ジャリボーイ・ジャリガール
Credits
Animation Team Kato
Screenplay 藤咲淳一 Jun'ichi Fujisaku
Storyboard 浅田裕二 Yūji Asada
Assistant director 渡辺正彦 Masahiko Watanabe
Animation director 直井由紀 Yuki Naoi
No additional credits are available at this time.

Lillier and the Staff! (Japanese: 勇者リリエルとアローラの杖! The Hero Lilier and the Staff of Alola!) is the 93rd episode of the Sun & Moon series, and the 1,032nd episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan on October 21, 2018, in Canada on March 2, 2019, and in the United States on March 23, 2019 as the first episode of the twenty-second season, Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon—Ultra Legends.

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Blurb

Today is the sole performance of the Pokémon School play, and everyone’s so excited! Lillie stars as Lillier, a brave adventurer who is charged with restoring Alola’s lost energy using a staff imbued with the power of Legendary Pokémon. But Act Two takes an unexpected turn, as Jessie, in disguise as Jessa Bergère, crashes the performance to steal the spotlight for herself! After some confusion, Rotom Dex writes a magnificent new script on the fly, bringing the crowd (including Ash’s mom) to applause for a job well done!

Plot

Outside the Pokémon School, Team Rocket is busy selling their honey-glazed donuts when a play script flies into Jessie's face. She reads the script and fantasizes about being an actress, while James, Meowth, and Wobbuffet look on in concern. Meanwhile, inside the Pokémon School, Ash and his classmates are getting ready for their play. Ash is unable to find his script, and Rotom gives him its own copy. Everyone begins practicing their lines in costume, but they soon become nervous after Rotom informs them that their families are waiting in the crowd. Ash and Mallow take a quick look, just as Delia and Mimey arrive. After Samson Oak welcomes the student's families and close friends to the school, the curtains open and the spotlight shifts as the play begins.

Mallow narrates as the play's protagonist, Lillier—played by Lillie—arrives before King Sosophocles and Queen Tsareena, played by Sophocles and Tsareena, respectively. The King and the Queen grant Lillier the Staff of Alola to gather the power of the Legendary Pokémon. In the next scene, Lillier meets the guardian deities, played by Ash, Mallow, Lana, and Sophocles. Lillier asks the quartet to bestow power on her. Delia calls out to her son, causing Ash to become nervous and temporarily forget his lines, but Mallow reminds him, and the guardian deities call for the Pokémon of Alola, who all start dancing. The play continues with a dance scene between the King and the Queen, then Lillier travels far and wide, until eventually, she meets the Legendary Solgaleo, played by Kiawe, atop a mountain.

Jessie makes a grand entrance and flies onto the stage disguised as Lunala with James, Meowth, and Wobbuffet holding the supporting rope. The crowd is in awe, but the students are left shocked by the unexpected appearance and Rotom declares the end of Act One before closing the stage curtains. Kiawe demand answers, to which Jessie claims herself to be the great actress Jessa-Bergère and insists the play continues with her re-written lines that gives Jessie all the scene time. The kids are against it, but Rotom solves the problem by deciding to come up with a new script and begins scanning its database for ideas. The students soon spot the rest of Team Rocket trying to sneak away and rope them into joining the school's play.

Act Two opens with a baseball scene. Soon enough, the play descends into a mismatch of themes and multiple acts starring Ultra Beasts, Police Officers, shadows, and Alolan Detective Laki, but the crowd loves it.

Eventually the play reaches its final scene where Lillier seeks the power of the moon from Lunala. Jessie spins around while rose petals are blown around her to create a mystical and enchanting performance. Meowth suddenly loses grip of the rope holding Jessie, but thankfully Bewear appears and stops her from falling. After Jessie bestows the moon's power onto Lillier and declares that she must now return to the moon, Bewear tugs on the rope and sends her flying out of the school's concert hall. Bewear then scoops up James, Meowth, and Wobbuffet in her arms before jumping out of the building. She soon reaches Jessie mid-air before leaping into the distance. Despite Jessie's sudden exit, the play goes on and Lillier declares that Alola has been saved and peace has been restored. As the applause and cheers grow louder, the students and their Pokémon assemble onstage and thank the audience.

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?: Tapu Fini (US and international), Tsareena (Japan)

Trivia

References

Errors

Dub edits

  • In the dub, when Jessie is dressed as Lina Inverse from Slayers, she is voiced by Lisa Ortiz, who had voiced Lina in the Slayers TV series.

In other languages



SM092 : Turning the Other Mask!
Sun & Moon series
SM094 : A Haunted House for Everyone!
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