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'''Show Me the Metal!''' (Japanese: '''アローラ上陸!タルタルメタルパニック!!''' ''Arrival in Alola! Dripping Metal Panic!!'') is the 111th episode of the {{series|Sun & Moon}}, and the 1,050th episode of the [[Pokémon anime]]. It first aired in Japan on March 3, 2019 and is scheduled to air in the United States on July 6, 2019.
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'''Show Me the Metal!''' (Japanese: '''アローラ上陸!タルタルメタルパニック!!''' ''Arrival in Alola! Dripping Metal Panic!!'') is the 111th episode of the {{series|Sun & Moon}}, and the 1,050th episode of the [[Pokémon anime]]. It first aired in Japan on March 3, 2019 and in the United States on July 6, 2019.
 
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<i>Back on Melemele Island after completing their Poni Island research projects, our heroes are unaware that some small, mysterious Pokémon have hitched a ride with them. As they soon discover, these Pokémon love to eat metal—including the tools the Pokémon School class needs for today’s lesson, as well as Team Rocket’s supplies and James’s prized bottle cap collection! Rotom Dex is excited to compile vast amounts of data on this new kind of Pokémon, and Ash relays the information to Professor Oak—who says this mystery Pokémon may indeed be one amazing discovery!</i>
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
Like {{Ash}}, {{ashcl}}, and {{an|Professor Kukui}}, the {{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Meltan}} have reached [[Melemele Island]]. The Meltan have already begun eating their way through several metal items in someone's boat shed. They soon locate a manhole cover and quickly dissolve it, causing them to fall into [[Hau'oli City]]'s underground pipe network. A second group looks inside the sewer and later fall in after losing their balance. While exploring the pipes, the first group comes across a curious {{alo|Rattata}}, but they are forced to flee after their attempt to lay still fails. The Meltan soon find a ladder that leads up to another manhole cover, which they quickly absorb. They soon spot [[James]] walking with {{MTR}} and {{TP|Jessie|Wobbuffet}} walking with a box full of nuts and bolts. Wobbuffet unexpectedly falls over, tripping Meowth and James in the process. The trio gather all the metal pieces and place the box back to their [[Malasada]] van while they are unknowingly watched by the Meltan. The Meltan soon bust into {{TRT}}'s van, melting their way inside. Meanwhile, a second group of remain in the sewers and come across a {{pkmn2|wild}} {{p|Magneton}}. However, it is unimpressed and leaves angrily after the Meltan attempted to melt its metal body.
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Like {{Ash}}, {{ashcl}}, and {{an|Professor Kukui}}, the {{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Meltan}} have reached [[Melemele Island]] and already begun eating their way through several metal items in a boat shed. They soon locate a manhole cover and quickly dissolve it, causing some of them to fall into [[Hau'oli City]]'s underground pipe network. The remainder looks inside the sewer and later falls in after losing their balance. While exploring the pipes, the first group comes across a curious {{alo|Rattata}}, but they are forced to flee after their attempt to lay still fails. The Meltan soon find a ladder that leads up to another manhole cover, which they quickly absorb. They spot [[James]] walking with {{MTR}} and {{TP|Jessie|Wobbuffet}} while carrying a box full of nuts and bolts. Wobbuffet unexpectedly falls over, tripping Meowth and James in the process. The trio gathers all of the metal pieces and places the box back in their [[Malasada]] van while they are unknowingly watched by the Meltan. The Meltan soon gain entry into {{TRT}}'s van, melting their way inside. Meanwhile, the other group comes across a {{pkmn2|wild}} {{p|Magneton}} and attempt to melt its metal body, but it is unimpressed and merely leaves angrily.
   
 
Over at [[Bewear's den]], [[Jessie]] snares Meowth's dessert, a limited edition [[Paniola Town]] Pudding a la mode, from the fridge. Meowth and James soon return to headquarters, where the Meltan are shown lying inside the box they recently brought back. Meowth confronts Jessie over his missing dessert, and soon spots it behind her back. Jessie and James demand a share each as tension begins to build over the dessert. Meanwhile, the Meltan leave the box and decide to explore their new surroundings.
 
Over at [[Bewear's den]], [[Jessie]] snares Meowth's dessert, a limited edition [[Paniola Town]] Pudding a la mode, from the fridge. Meowth and James soon return to headquarters, where the Meltan are shown lying inside the box they recently brought back. Meowth confronts Jessie over his missing dessert, and soon spots it behind her back. Jessie and James demand a share each as tension begins to build over the dessert. Meanwhile, the Meltan leave the box and decide to explore their new surroundings.
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===Pokémon===
 
===Pokémon===
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[[Who's That Pokémon?]]: {{p|Clefable}} ''(US and international)'', {{p|Meltan}} ''(Japan)''
 
[[Who's That Pokémon?]]: {{p|Clefable}} ''(US and international)'', {{p|Meltan}} ''(Japan)''
 
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** Choices: Limited Alolan Ice Cream, Pudding à la mode, [[Lum Berry]] Juice, Fluffy Shaved Ice
 
** Choices: Limited Alolan Ice Cream, Pudding à la mode, [[Lum Berry]] Juice, Fluffy Shaved Ice
 
** Answer: Pudding à la mode
 
** Answer: Pudding à la mode
* The English dub was released on the [[iTunes Store]] on June 16, 2019, 20 days before the episode aired in {{pmin|the United States}}.
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* The English dub was released on the [[iTunes Store]] on June 16, 2019, on [[Google Play]] on June 19, 2019, and on Amazon Video on June 24, 2019, 20, 17, and 12 days before the episode aired in {{pmin|the United States}}, respectively.
 
* The episode's Japanese title is a reference to the series ''{{wp|Full Metal Panic}}''.
 
* The episode's Japanese title is a reference to the series ''{{wp|Full Metal Panic}}''.
 
* This episode marks [[Kenyu Horiuchi]]'s first appearance as {{an|Professor Oak}}, this being the character's first appearance since the passing of [[Unshō Ishizuka]] in August 2018.
 
* This episode marks [[Kenyu Horiuchi]]'s first appearance as {{an|Professor Oak}}, this being the character's first appearance since the passing of [[Unshō Ishizuka]] in August 2018.
 
* The logo on one of the bottle caps in [[James]]'s collection (specifically, the one he picks up after finding out that his collection has been eaten) looks very similar to the logo of {{wp|OLM, Inc.}}, the company that animates the Pokémon anime.
 
* The logo on one of the bottle caps in [[James]]'s collection (specifically, the one he picks up after finding out that his collection has been eaten) looks very similar to the logo of {{wp|OLM, Inc.}}, the company that animates the Pokémon anime.
 
* James, Meowth, [[Jessie]], and {{TP|Jessie|Wobbuffet}} narrate the preview for the [[SM112|next episode]].
 
* James, Meowth, [[Jessie]], and {{TP|Jessie|Wobbuffet}} narrate the preview for the [[SM112|next episode]].
* The English dub title is a reference to the line "Show me the money!" from the 1996 sports film ''{{wp|Jerry Maguire}}'' and the popular South Korean rap competition show ''{{wp|Show Me the Money (South Korean TV series)|Show Me the Money}}''.
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* The English dub title is a reference to the line "Show me the money!" from the 1996 sports film ''{{wp|Jerry Maguire}}''.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 00:54, 11 July 2019

SM110 : Keeping Your Eyes on the Ball!
Sun & Moon series
SM112 : Got Meltan?
Show Me the Metal!
SM111.png
SM111   EP1050
アローラ上陸!タルタルメタルパニック!!
Arrival in Alola! Dripping Metal Panic!!
First broadcast
Japan March 3, 2019
United States June 16, 2019*
June 19, 2019*
June 24, 2019*
July 6, 2019*
English themes
Opening The Challenge of Life
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening キミの冒険
Ending 心のノート
Credits
Animation Team Kato
Screenplay 米村正二 Shōji Yonemura
Storyboard 関野昌弘 Masahiro Sekino
Assistant director 関野昌弘 Masahiro Sekino
Animation directors 酒井裕未 Hiromi Sakai
柳原好貴 Yoshitaka Yanagihara
No additional credits are available at this time.

Show Me the Metal! (Japanese: アローラ上陸!タルタルメタルパニック!! Arrival in Alola! Dripping Metal Panic!!) is the 111th episode of the Sun & Moon series, and the 1,050th episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan on March 3, 2019 and in the United States on July 6, 2019.

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Blurb

Back on Melemele Island after completing their Poni Island research projects, our heroes are unaware that some small, mysterious Pokémon have hitched a ride with them. As they soon discover, these Pokémon love to eat metal—including the tools the Pokémon School class needs for today’s lesson, as well as Team Rocket’s supplies and James’s prized bottle cap collection! Rotom Dex is excited to compile vast amounts of data on this new kind of Pokémon, and Ash relays the information to Professor Oak—who says this mystery Pokémon may indeed be one amazing discovery!

Plot

Like Ash, his classmates, and Professor Kukui, the Meltan have reached Melemele Island and already begun eating their way through several metal items in a boat shed. They soon locate a manhole cover and quickly dissolve it, causing some of them to fall into Hau'oli City's underground pipe network. The remainder looks inside the sewer and later falls in after losing their balance. While exploring the pipes, the first group comes across a curious Alolan Rattata, but they are forced to flee after their attempt to lay still fails. The Meltan soon find a ladder that leads up to another manhole cover, which they quickly absorb. They spot James walking with Meowth and Wobbuffet while carrying a box full of nuts and bolts. Wobbuffet unexpectedly falls over, tripping Meowth and James in the process. The trio gathers all of the metal pieces and places the box back in their Malasada van while they are unknowingly watched by the Meltan. The Meltan soon gain entry into Team Rocket's van, melting their way inside. Meanwhile, the other group comes across a wild Magneton and attempt to melt its metal body, but it is unimpressed and merely leaves angrily.

Over at Bewear's den, Jessie snares Meowth's dessert, a limited edition Paniola Town Pudding a la mode, from the fridge. Meowth and James soon return to headquarters, where the Meltan are shown lying inside the box they recently brought back. Meowth confronts Jessie over his missing dessert, and soon spots it behind her back. Jessie and James demand a share each as tension begins to build over the dessert. Meanwhile, the Meltan leave the box and decide to explore their new surroundings.

Professor Kukui begins his Pokémon School class on building electrical appliances. He announces that everyone will be helping to build Sophocles's designed Pokémon training machine, and Togedemaru demonstrates the running wheel contraption. In the school's basement, a group of Meltan wanders into the Ultra Guardians' base as Clefable busily cleans. Clefable turns around and begins chasing the menaces around the headquarters. The Meltan unintentionally escape using the elevator and find themselves inside the classroom. The little Pokémon quickly eye off Sophocles's tools and jump into the toolbox. Sophocles then asks Ash to fetch him a ring spanner, but Ash fails twice, only for Lana to step and grab the correct tool. Following Sophocles's request, Lillie goes to the toolbox to fetch a bolt, but she returns with a Meltan instead. The students notice that the nut is a little odd, so they begin to prod and poke Meltan's squishy body and eye. Meltan becomes irritated and uses Flash Cannon to free itself.

The ploy works as Lillie drops Meltan and everyone is left confused. Rotom scans its database on the mysterious creature, but its search yields no results. Professor Kukui even admits that he hasn't seen anything like it before. Lillie adds that it may be an undiscovered Pokémon as Sophocles spots more Meltan in his toolbox. Sandy begins to tackle the toolbox in excitement, but the Meltan prepare to retaliate against her. Luckily, Pikachu's Electroweb spares Sandy from being hit by the multiple Flash Cannon attacks. Kukui urges everyone to be careful given how defensive Meltan appears to be. Kiawe attempts to pat the Meltan, but he is electrocuted as a result. Sophocles then relaizes that his tools have vanished, and Mallow suggests that the mysterious Pokémon may have eaten them. Ash goes on to give the Meltan a wrench to test the theory, and the Meltan quickly crowd around the metal object as the class make notes on Meltan's anatomy. Sophocles fetches his electromagnet, and the resulting force causes the Meltan to initially float before bonding together. Kiawe's Marowak decides to welcome the new visitors with a fire dance. It ignites its bone with its head, and the green twirling flame instantly attracts the Meltan. The mysterious Pokémon come too close to Marowak's flame and flee after their bodies becomes too hot.

Meanwhile, Team Rocket have since resolved their dessert crisis, and indulge in a portion each. Jessie and Meowth, however, remain unsatisfied. Jessie's attention then turn to the box of parts, but James is shocked to see that the box is empty. Everyone hears a cry and begin to search the base for its source. The Meltan have melted their way through one of Team Rocket's servers and they soon chew through James's bottle cap collection. Unfortunately, by the time Team Rocket locate their intruders, the Meltan have already melted through the base's central mechanism. Jessie picks up one of the Meltan and James goes on to interrogate it. This only agitates Meltan and it attacks James with Flash Cannon. The surprisingly strong attack instantly frightens the trio, allowing the Meltan to escape.

At the Pokémon School, the class are searching the school's grounds for the Meltan. As the classmates split up to cover more area, one Meltan returns to the classroom and notices Rowlet sleeping on a window ledge. Meltan begins to nap next to Rowlet, but it loses its hex nut after being frightened by Rowlet as it wakes up. A wild Murkrow spots the shiny object, but Rowlet manages to reach the hex nut first and returns it to Meltan. Elsewhere, Team Rocket has managed to surround their menace Meltan. Meowth translates their speech, but he adds that they are speaking nonsense. Jessie eyes off the mysterious Pokémon as potential profit, while James is fixated on avenging his destroyed bottle caps. James sends out Mareanie, but she affectionately smothers her Trainer instead. Jessie calls for Mimikyu's assistance, but its Shadow Ball attack is disappointingly small due to its unwillingness to fight anyone besides Pikachu. Following James's orders, Mareanie attacks the Meltan with Spike Cannon. Meowth tries to net the nuisances, but they retaliate with a combined Flash Cannon. The Meltan attempt a second Flash Cannon, but Bewear, with Stufful on her back, blocks the attacks. Bewear screeches, and the high frequency cry scares the Meltan away. Meowth is furious that their profit has gone, but before Team Rocket can chase after the Meltan they are all scooped up and carried back to the den by Bewear.

Pikachu suddenly spots the Meltan scaling the school's roof towards the bell. The students reach the bell tower in time and Komala strikes the bell which sends the Meltans' hex nut heads into a spin. Lana thinks that the Meltan may be resonating. The generated frequency attracts the attention of the other Meltan group in the forest, and soon the group at the school flees to join the others. Ash and the others are still curious about the mysterious Pokémon, while Rotom is glad to have obtained a lot of new data. With the school day over, Ash grabs his Bag and heads for home.

By the evening, Ash contacts Professor Oak to alert him about the discovery. Rotom sends over its data to Professor Oak's Laboratory. Oak quickly reads through the research notes and is impressed by the amount of data gathered. He then announces that he will continue to study and that he'll update Ash on any new information. One Meltan has secretly sneaked into Ash's bag, while the rest continue to bother Clefable back at the Ultra Guardians' base.

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?: Clefable (US and international), Meltan (Japan)

Trivia

  • Poké Problem: What did I keep hidden in the refrigerator in today's episode?
    • Host: Meowth
    • Choices: Limited Alolan Ice Cream, Pudding à la mode, Lum Berry Juice, Fluffy Shaved Ice
    • Answer: Pudding à la mode
  • The English dub was released on the iTunes Store on June 16, 2019, on Google Play on June 19, 2019, and on Amazon Video on June 24, 2019, 20, 17, and 12 days before the episode aired in the United States, respectively.
  • The episode's Japanese title is a reference to the series Full Metal Panic.
  • This episode marks Kenyu Horiuchi's first appearance as Professor Oak, this being the character's first appearance since the passing of Unshō Ishizuka in August 2018.
  • The logo on one of the bottle caps in James's collection (specifically, the one he picks up after finding out that his collection has been eaten) looks very similar to the logo of OLM, Inc., the company that animates the Pokémon anime.
  • James, Meowth, Jessie, and Wobbuffet narrate the preview for the next episode.
  • The English dub title is a reference to the line "Show me the money!" from the 1996 sports film Jerry Maguire.

Errors

Dub edits

In other languages



SM110 : Keeping Your Eyes on the Ball!
Sun & Moon series
SM112 : Got Meltan?
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