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[[File:Pokémon Sunday logo.png|frame|Pokémon Sunday logo]]
'''Pokémon Sunday''' (Japanese: '''ポケモン☆サンデー''') was a Japanese Pokémon television show that ran on the [[TV Tokyo]] network from October 3, 2004 to September 26, 2010. The show was the successor to the [[PocketWeekly MonstersPokémon EncoreBroadcasting Station]] and thewas succeeded by ''[[Weekly Pokémon Broadcasting StationSmash!]]''. Like the shows before it, Pokémon Sunday was a sort of variety show featuring reruns of old episodes as well as a number of 'Research' episodes involving live-action elements. The show started out in the 8:00-8:30AM timeslot and was moved to the 7:30-8:30AM timeslot in October 2006.
Unlike the [[Weekly Pokémon Broadcasting Station]], the live action episodes of Pokémon Sunday actually had a sort of common structure among them. Pokémon Sunday featured a group of people called the Pokémon Research Team. During each new episode, the team goes out and investigates questions submitted to them through the show's website. From October 2004 to September 2006, the regular hosts of Pokémon Sunday were [[Becky]], TIM, and ロバート ''Robert''. When Pokémon Sunday expanded to an hour show in October 2006, 中川翔子 ''[[Shōko Nakagawa]]'', nicknamed しょこたん ''Shokotan'', joined the cast and Becky left the cast.
==Opening animations==
[[ImageFile:PokemonSunday1.jpg|right|thumb|Variant 1]]
[[ImageFile:PokemonSunday2.jpg|right|thumb|Variant 2]]
[[ImageFile:PokemonSunday3.jpg|right|thumb|Variant 3]]
The original opening animation was about 24 seconds long and only lasted a few episodes. It featured {{Ash}} throwing a [[Poké Ball]] which would then transition into two film strips showing episode clips. {{p|Pikachu}} stands on the horizontal film strip with pom-poms and acts like a cheerleader. {{p|Plusle}} and {{p|Minun}} then replace the cheerleading {{p|Pikachu}}. It then transitions to clouds and the Pokémon Sunday logo.
==Ending theme songs==
ImageFile:PokemonSundayed1.jpg|[[Type: Wild]]
ImageFile:PokemonSundayed3.jpg|[[Face Forward Team Rocket!]]
ImageFile:PokemonSundayed4.jpg|[[To My Best Friend]]
ImageFile:PokemonSundayed5.jpg|[[Hello! Thank You!]]
ImageFile:PokemonSundayed6.jpg|{{OBP|Battle Frontier|song}}
ImageFile:PokemonSundayed7.jpg|{{OBP|Battle Frontier|song}}
ImageFile:PokemonSundayed11.jpg|[[Big Meowth Day]]
==External See Also links==
*[http://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/anime/pokemon_sunday/ Pokémon Sunday official TV Tokyo website] (Japanese)
==See also==
*[[Pocket Monsters Encore]]
*[[Weekly Pokémon Broadcasting Station]]
*[[Pokémon Smash!]]
==External Links==
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*[http://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/anime/pokemon_sunday/ Pokémon Sunday official TV Tokyo website] (Japanese)
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