Pokémon Karaokémon

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Pokémon Karaokémon was a segment that aired at the end of The Johto Journeys episodes. The successor to Pikachu's Jukebox, Pokémon Karaokémon featured one minute music videos featuring songs from the Totally Pokémon CD. The music videos featured video clips from the anime series and lyrics at the bottom of the screen to sing along to. Pokémon Karaokémon debuted on October 14, 2000 with the airing of Don't Touch That 'dile and ran until The Fortune Hunters. Before the songs are played a eye catch appears in which Ash says "Get ready for Pokémon Karaokémon, coming up next!".

Pokémon Karaokémon was the last segment to feature music videos due to the lack of English anime music soundtracks being produced from there on after.

Songs Featured

Trivia

  • Two versions of each episode of The Johto Journeys exist: one with captioned lyrics to the Pokémon Karaokémon songs, and one without them. These textless versions were likely meant to be sent to other countries so the dubbers there could insert translated lyrics, but the textless versions managed to be broadcast on Cartoon Network.

In other languages



English ending themes of the Pokémon anime
OS: Kanto PokérapPikachu's JukeboxPokémon Karaokémon
AG: Pokémon Go!
PK: Hoenn PokérapI Wanna DanceWorld of WonderThe Key to MeJoin the Band
English opening themes
Bonus segments of the Pokémon anime
Original Professor Oak's Pokémon LecturePokémon de English
Kanto PokérapPikachu's JukeboxPokémon KaraokémonWho's That Pokémon?
Advanced Generation Professor Oak's Pokémon LecturePokémon Trivia QuizWho's That Pokémon?Pokémon Trainer's Choice
Diamond & Pearl Professor Oak's Big Pokémon EncyclopediaPikachu the Movie Memorial
Professor Oak's Big Pokémon Examination
Best Wishes! Professor Oak's Pokémon Live CasterTeam Rocket Live CasterWho's That Pokémon?
XY Professor Oak's Pokémon Holo CasterMega Evolution PokédexPoké TVWho's That Pokémon?Pokémon Quiz
Sun & Moon Poké ProblemWho's That Pokémon?
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