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PG01 : The Adventure
Pokémon Generations
PG03 : The Challenger
The Chase
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  PG02  
追跡
The Chase
First broadcast
Japan December 9, 2016
United States September 16, 2016
English themes
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Ending
Japanese themes
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Credits
Animation Team Kato
Screenplay 冨岡淳広 Atsuhiro Tomioka
Storyboard 柳沼和良 Template:Romanizations/柳沼和良
Assistant director 柳沼和良 Template:Romanizations/柳沼和良
Animation director 赤井真吾 Template:Romanizations/赤井真吾
No additional credits are available at this time.

The Chase (Japanese: 追跡 The Chase) is the second episode of Pokémon Generations. It was first released on The Pokémon Company International's official English YouTube channel on September 16, 2016. It was uploaded to The Pokémon Company's official Japanese YouTube channel on December 9, 2016. It was reuploaded on The Pokémon Company International's official English YouTube channel in HD on December 14, 2016.

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Blurb

Detective Looker of the International Police uncovers critical information in the hunt for Team Rocket Boss Giovanni!

Plot

At the International Police base, a search for the location of the Team Rocket Boss Giovanni is underway. An agent informs Looker how Team Rocket has taken over Kanto region's underworld, and is suspected for illegally poaching and trafficking Pokémon. A successful raid was executed at the Celadon City Game Corner controlled by Team Rocket, recovering all the Pokémon held captive there. Also, Team Rocket's plans to take over the Silph Co. were reported to have been thwarted. All the Team Rocket Grunts arrested by the police have been both incapable and unwilling to tell anything about Giovanni's future plans. Suddenly, one of the agents informs Looker that they've finally discovered Giovanni's location: the Viridian Gym.

At nightfall, a squadron of International Police officers equipped with riot gear arrive at the Viridian Gym. Looker orders the men to surround the Gym in three-man teams, taking two men with himself to the front door. Knowing that Giovanni is an experienced Pokémon Trainer, Looker advises his men to take caution. One of the officers sends out a Magnemite, which quickly breaks through the front door's electronic lock. Through his commlink, Looker orders all teams to move forward, as he and his men rush through the front door and spread out. One team breaks through the wall with the help of their Machamp, while another team uses their Arcanine's Flamethrower to melt a hole into the wall.

Rushing through the Gym with a Growlithe, Looker is confused about why Giovanni would be here, as the Viridian Gym was supposed to be have been closed off. He and Growlithe arrive at the door that leads to the battlefield, and after a few seconds of preparation, they rush in, only to find an empty room. Looker examines the floor, seeing recent traces of an explosion. A SWAT team enters the room, informing Looker that the Viridian Gym is empty.

In a follow-up investigation, the International Police is surprised to find out that Giovanni was actually the Gym Leader of the Viridian Gym. After handing Badges to two Trainers (presumably Blue and Red), he had simply disappeared. On a hill near Viridian City, Giovanni declares that Team Rocket will never fall and that all Pokémon exist solely for the use of Team Rocket, before walking away. As the episode ends, Looker mentions the rumors about Team Rocket having been disbanded, although the truth is shrouded in mystery.

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PG01 : The Adventure
Pokémon Generations
PG03 : The Challenger
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