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Battle of Fire! Garagara Appears!!
|| July 20, 2017
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(Japanese: 炎のバトル！ガラガラあらわる！！ Battle of Fire! Garagara Appears!!) is the 34th episode of the Sun & Moon series, and the 973rd episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan on July 20, 2017.
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Who's That Pokémon?: Marowak (Alola Form) (Japan)
A Hiker photobombing Ash, his classmates, Professor Kukui, and Olivia, a reference to Hiker David
- Poké Problem: What Pokemon does Turtonator fight in this episode?
- All seven Fire-type starter Pokémon from the first seven generations appear in this episode.
- The three Hikers, their Magmar, and their habit of photobombing the pictures that the Rotom Pokédex was trying to take of the group are a reference to Hiker David, who has a similar habit, also uses a Magmar, and is battled during the trial at Wela Volcano Park, the setting of this episode, in Pokémon Sun and Moon.
- Mallow, Ash, Olivia, and Pikachu narrate the preview for the next episode.
- In one scene, the purple portion of Mallow's Steenee's body is colored white.
- During Kiawe's first flashback, a Lampent had a flame floating above it similar to a Litwick's flame.
- When the Alolan Marowak runs away with the Crown of Wela, a Numel, Quilava, and Fletchinder are shown to be much smaller than they should be, especially the Numel.
- During the Poké Problem, Kiawe was in front of his Turtonator as they went towards the stone oven at his house, but after his Alolan Marowak appeared and attacked Turtonator, Kiawe came running from behind Turtonator to catch the food that was thrown up in the air.
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