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As far as I remember, this is the first time Jessie calls one of the "twerps" (Ash) by his name. Is this relevant? --Johans 17:47, 31 May 2007 (UTC)


I was watching this episode, and when James told Weezing to use Smog, Weezing sounded different. Was that its Japanese voice?

Flame body?

- I have added it to trivia already but is it relevant that Ponyta's ability to control who it burns on contact a demonstration of the ability flame body? Although Ponyta cannot have Flame body in the games it's not unlikely that it could be a possibility in the pokemon world (the games are limited to a maximum of two possible abilities). The ability to control who is burned by its body parallels the use of Sharpedos Rough Skin in episode AG019 "Sharpedo Attack!". Obviously in generation 1 abilities weren't in play but this is an early indication that pokemon have unique qualities about them besides type and attacks -D558

Well it seems that the close minded people who snob there way of running this site can have this kind of trivia plastered over every other page but since I don't know them personally my observation is snubbed; So Congratulations to the few people who read this! You learned that Pokémon thought ahead and gave Pokémon unique aspects (almost working exactly like several future abilities) past types and moves and possibly saw future growth beyond the first generation! -D558 06:47, 29 August 2010 (UTC)
Yo dude two things, 1. Be quiet...just because they took it off is no reason to act like a child about it 2. Ponyta doesn't even have flame body, if it was true you'd think that it would have Flame body (and Flash fire doesn't work that way)

Ataro 07:28, 29 August 2010 (UTC)

if you actually bothered to read instead of jumping the gun and looking illiterate, you would have realized that I clearly said "Although Ponyta cannot have Flame body in the games". Pokemon in the anime have always been able to bend the rules in this way and since I was mentioning that it was probably only a concept at the time doesn't mean they would have written it down "we have already given Ponyta a quality very similar to flame body - make it top priority to keep this consistent when we possibly introduce something like this to future games". This site loves assumptions (when made up by their own staff of coarse), just like Ash's/animes Ho-oh is stated to be both the gold colored one and the normal colored one is a perfect example of how I believe that something like this is also proof of future thoughts into the series. So why "this different colored Ho-oh points towards future Pokémon and growth of the series" (even so far as a specific Pokémon that apparently changes colors) and "this example of a pokemon quality (i.e. ability and specifically one which happens to act a lot like Flame Body) points towards a future mechanic" is soooo different that I have to be shunned eludes me -- D558 09:09, 31 August 2010 (UTC)

Magikarp error

Earlier in this episode, Ash can be seen eating a breaded Magikarp, by the looks of it, besides the fact that in EP016, it is clearly stated that Magikarp's can't be eaten. --Beanmaster12 22:32, 11 August 2009 (UTC)

Its just bread shaped like a Magikarp, not an actual Magikarp....--ForceFire 07:18, 12 August 2009 (UTC)