Pokémon Smash!

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Pokémon Smash! (Japanese: ポケモンスマッシュ!) is a Japanese television show that ran on the TV Tokyo network from October 3, 2010 to September 29, 2013. It is a successor to Pokémon Sunday and was succeeded by Pokémon Get☆TV, and like its predecessor, is hosted by Shōko Nakagawa. Instead of Generation IV Pokémon, there are Generation V Pokémon. Similar to Pokémon Sunday's Lucario and Chimchar, the show now has Zoroark and Oshawott respectively.

On February 26, 2012, Junichi Masuda appeared on the show and revealed Pokémon Black 2 and White 2.

Pokémon Global Link promotions

Purrloin C-Gear skin

Pokémon Smash! has had two Pokémon Global Link promotions: a C-Gear skin and a Musical show.

The cast of Pokémon Smash! each drew a Pokémon that fans could choose from until November 10, 2010. In the end, Shōko Nakagawa and her drawing of a Purrloin won, and the drawing was made into a C-Gear skin.

On June 5, 2011, Pokémon Smash! revealed the upcoming self-titled Musical show, 「ポケモンスマッシュ!」 Pokémon Smash!. On their episode the next week, on June 12, the password for the Musical show was revealed to be 「ポケスマ!ミュージカル」 PokéSma! Musical. It was made available the next day and lasted until August 30, 2011.

Ending themes


  • No location data exists for Pokémon Smash! in any Generation V games, as it premiered after Pokémon Black and White were released. Data for Pokémon Sunday was carried over into the Generation V games, along with the addition of a Wonder Card for it; however, neither was ever used in the Generation V games due to the premiere of Pokémon Smash! prior to event distributions.

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