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I'd like to comment on a couple of things on this page, starting with the Major Events. I just finished watching this episode, and Horsea does not participate in any battle, so I don't know if it's accurate to say it knows "bubble". It's true that there is a scene where bubbles are all around a fountain, Horsea is in it (with other Pokémon around), and is assumed Horsea is making those bubbles, but I wouldn't call that a "bubble" attack. It's not even obvious that it's Horsea doing the bubbles to begin with.
Also, in the Trivia section, it claims that this episode happens after Princess vs Princess, which is true since Togepi is hatched, but the reference to that episode may be dub only. Raven-14 03:03, 13 October 2011 (UTC)
- Well, I guess someone with access to the original episode should check on a few things. Horsea could have been shown using bubble in the original. --LimeGreenCharizard-- 06:27, 13 October 2011 (UTC)
"When the wild Meowth comes to save Timmy and Ash by kicking the rock, it breaks in two. In the next scene, it becomes one again."
It could simply be two different rocks. Nick Walrus 00:16, 17 November 2011 (UTC)
I don't Weezing's eyes weren't just not showing, I don't think they were there! --Doggy567123 (talk) 05:58, 24 November 2012 (UTC)♥
Dexter says Lickitongue's tongue can become more than twice the length of his body. But in the Master-test Ash had 0% correct eventough he answered the question about Licki right. This ep is in chronological order before the test and Farfetch'd ep. But is this one also and after the TOgepi hatching ep? I haven't seen Togepi in this one. (eps 49, 50, 56)- unsigned comment from 0oDaano0 (talk • contribs)