Manager (SM113)

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Koi-chan's manager

(Japanese: マネージャー Manager) is a character of the day who appeared in SM113. She is the manager of the Pokémon actor Koi-chan.

Koi-chan's manager first appeared to reprimand Rotom for taking unauthorized pictures of her client at Kiawe's request. After several failed takes due to his suddenly deepened voice, Koi-chan's manager carted him off to a small aquarium so he could take a break. However, during the shoot right after the break, Koi-chan evolved into a Gyarados, causing it to flee in a panic with his manager, Ash, Sophocles, and Kiawe giving chase.

Koi-chan's manager was later seen watching him portray the main monster of a kaiju film.

Pokémon

Employed

Koi-chan as a Magikarp

Koi-chan as a Magikarp
Koi-chan
(Japanese: コイちゃん Koi-chan) is the Manager's only known Pokémon. He is a famous Magikarp child acting prodigy, and the star of a popular drama (Japanese: 小さなコイキングのメロディ Melody of the Small Koiking). While filming a dramatic farewell scene, Koi-chan's trademark high-pitched voice began to drop, and he began glowing. After several attempts to resist, he evolved into Gyarados.

Shocked by the turn of events, he fled to the Alola TV studio, eventually running into George Charino, who he met when he was much younger. Inspired, George cast Koi-chan as the villain of the action show (Japanese: サンサン三人はアローラドリンキュン SanSan Trio Alola DrinKyun). The shoot was a success, and Koi-chan found a new niche for himself in villainous roles.

Koi-chan's only known move is Splash.

Debut SM113

Trivia

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 橘U子 Uko Tachibana


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