Madison and Alexa

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Madison and Alexa

Madison (Japanese: エル Elle) and Alexa (Japanese: リサ Lisa) are characters of the day who appeared in The Kecleon Caper.

They are a pair of rich young sisters who are traveling the world in the massive "Leviathan Two", a luxury blimp. They dress in fur coats and each have a Kecleon. Brock helped their Kecleon recover from motion sickness.


Reddy and Greeny
Reddy and Greeny
Madison and Alexa each own a Kecleon, Madison's being Reddy (Japanese: アズキちゃん Azuki-chan) and Alexa's being Greeny (Japanese: ミドリちゃん Midori-chan), respectively. The two Kecleon like to steal things to cause people to play hide and seek with them. The Kecleon had motion sickness when Ash and his friends saw them. Shortly afterward, Brock gave them some medicine and home-made Pokémon food, and they became well again.

When playing in their room, Greeny spotted Meowth with Alexa's jewelry box, and it quickly used its tongue to snatch it from him. Later the Kecleon went missing and the group tried to find them; Team Rocket were pursuing the Kecleon, which were running all around the blimp. The Kecleon were able to escape on several occasions, and in the end, Team Rocket were sent blasting off. Madison and Alexa were happily reunited with their troublesome Pokémon, and returned a stolen gentleman's first aid kit, which the Kecleon had also stolen.

Reddy and Greeny's known moves are Lick and Psybeam, and their Ability is Color Change.

Debut The Kecleon Caper
Voice actors
Japanese Rikako Aikawa
English Rikako Aikawa

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese Elle: 兵藤まこ Mako Hyōdō
Lisa: 佐久間レイ Rei Sakuma
English Madison: Amy Palant
Alexa: Lisa Ortiz
European French Madison: Lydia Cherton
Alexa: Véronique Fyon
Polish Madison: Anna Dąbkowska
Alexa: Magda Ostolska
Spanish Latin America Madison: Laura Torres
Alexa: Carola Vásquez
Spain Madison: Gemma Martín
Alexa: María Antonia Rodríguez


  • Reddy's Japanese name comes from the azuki bean, which are used to make yōkan, referring to its red color. Greeny's Japanese name is merely the Japanese word for green.
  • Their Kecleon marked the first anime appearance of a Pokémon from Generation III.

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