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Jeanette Fisher (Japanese: カオルコ Kaoruko) was Ash's fourth opponent in the Indigo Plateau Conference. She is a character of the day who appeared in The Fourth Round Rumble and a character in the The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga.
In the anime
Jeanette is from Crimson City. Similar to The Astounding Mandi, Jeanette is also very popular. When she entered the stadium, Jeanette had a red carpet laid out for her, and flower petals were tossed on her, and even had a cheering squad of her own.
Ash was confident he could beat Jeanette, and even took out her first two Pokémon, Beedrill and Scyther, without a problem. Her third Pokémon, a Bellsprout, seemed a surprising choice for her last Pokémon, but thanks to its unusual flexibility and agility, it ended up defeating Bulbasaur and Pikachu flawlessly. It was finally defeated by Muk's Body Slam. Although she was defeated, Jeanette took it well, and was proud of her Bellsprout for doing a great job. She demonstrated this by carrying it outside in her arms instead of returning it to its Poké Ball.
She reappeared in Ash's flashback in Friends to the End.
Jeanette and her Bellsprout made cameo appearances in the second opening theme and its English dub counterpart, Pokémon World.
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This listing is of Jeanette's known Pokémon:
| Bellsprout was Jeanette's last Pokémon, which she used during her battle against Ash. Despite its weak look (Ash even laughed at it), it proved to be quite strong, being able to absorb the energy from Bulbasaur's Tackles and send it right back at it, slamming Bulbasaur around until it was defeated.
Ash next chose to use Pikachu, which attempted to use its Electric attacks on Bellsprout. After dodging Pikachu's Thunder Shock, Bellsprout was hit by a Thunderbolt, but the Flower Pokémon simply used its legs as small lightning rods, conducting the electricity to the ground and leaving Bellsprout itself undamaged. Soon after Bellsprout took Pikachu out with a slam to the Electric Mouse Pokémon's head.
Now Ash had only one Pokémon left—Muk. The Sludge Pokémon proved to be too tough for Bellsprout, as all of its attacks simply bounced off from Muk's slimy body, leaving Muk undamaged. Ash then had Muk use Body Slam, trapping Bellsprout under the Sludge Pokémon's poisonous body, and Bellsprout was finally defeated.
It reappeared in flashbacks in A Friend In Deed, Friends to the End, and Bulbasaur... the Ambassador!.
Bellsprout's known moves are Slam and Razor Leaf.
|| The Fourth Round Rumble
| Voice actors
|| Etsuko Kozakura
|| Kayzie Rogers
Jeanette has competed in the following Pokémon League Conferences:
In the manga
Jeanette Fisher in The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga
In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga
Jeanette Fisher appears in the The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga in the chapter Welcome to the Big Leagues. Like in the anime, she battled with Ash during the Indigo League, but was eventually defeated.
| Bellsprout was Jeanette's last Pokémon. Using its Aikido techniques, it was able to defeat Ash's Bulbasaur and Pikachu. However, its techniques were useless against Muk's sludge-like body, and it was defeated.
Bellsprout's only known move is Slam.
|| Welcome to the Big Leagues