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Titles and Airdates
  • United States 2004-01-03 All in a Day's Wurmple
  • Japan 2003-02-27 ダブルバトルとダブルでケムッソ!?
  • Japan 2003-02-27 Double battle to double de Kemusso!
  • Japan 2003-02-27 Double Battle and Double Kemusso!?
  • Germany Zweimal Franklin
  • France Comment attraper son premier Pokémon
  • Spain A la captura del Wurmple
  • Sweden 2004-11-14 Enäggstvillingar!
  • Italy La prima cattura di Vera
  • Mexico Atrapen a Wurmple
  • Finland 2005-02-24 Wurmple mielessäin
  • Taiwan 雙打比賽,捕捉刺尾蟲!
  • Poland Wurmple przez cały dzień
  • Netherlands Alles Draait Om Wurmple
  • Brazil Muito Trabalho por um Wurmple
  • Israel !כל כך הרבה וואמפלים ביום
  • Norway 2004-09-05 Liten mark, store problemer
  • Denmark En Wurmple på krogen
  • Portugal Dia em Cheio Para Wurmple
  • Russia Много шума из-за Вурмпла
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そこに空があるから
Because There is Sky There
Summary
Ash and co. are still walking in the forest towards Rustboro City. They are really close to the city now, and Ash can't wait for his gym battle. A Wurmple comes out. It appears just a few inches away from May's face. May screams. Ash, Brock, and Max turn around. May points to the Wurmple. Ash looks up Wurmple in his Pokédex. Max knows that Wurmple can evolve into a Beautifly. After seeing Janet's Beautifly, May wants to capture the Wurmple. She runs after it.

It seems that Wurmple has disappeared. Brock is surprised that May wants to capture a bug Pokémon. May tells Brock that she wants a Beautifly just like Janet. Brock suggests they take a lunch break. May decides to skip lunch and catch Wurmple. She disappears in the forest. Ash hopes that May will be alright by herself. Brock says that it is a good experience for her anyways.

Meanwhile, Team Rocket has been watching from the bushes. Jessie also wants a Wurmple of her own, so that it can evolve into a Beautifly. Then she can win contests. Meowth thinks they should capture a whole sleuth of Wurmple and give them to the boss.

May continues to search for Wurmple. She comes across a group of dancing Bellossom. Team Rocket is also searching for Wurmple. James checks the tree for any Pokémon that might be inside it. Jessie kicks the tree hard and a Weedle falls out. She kicks the tree again, and a Kakuna falls out. Jessie begins to kick the tree again over and over. James and Meowth think for a bit. Weedle evolve into Kakuna, and Kakuna evolve into Beedrill! A swarm of Beedrill appears to attack Team Rocket. May continues to watch the Bellossom dance. Suddenly, Team Rocket begins to approach May. They tell her to run for her life. Team Rocket pasts May. May looks behind her, and she sees the Beedrill. May runs too. Just before, they are all attacked, they fall down a hill.

Team Rocket stands and they begin to say their motto. Before they can finish the motto, May sees Wurmple, and she runs after it. Team Rocket runs after the Wurmple too. Both May and Jessie want to catch the Wurmple. They use their Pokémon to fight for it. May sends out Torchic, and Jessie sends out Seviper. James also sends out Cacnea. Both Pokémon are about to knock out Torchic when a Heracross comes out of nowhere and attacks Seviper and Cacnea. A boy comes out. He tells Team Rocket that battling with two Pokémon isn't fair. Jessie and James ignore the boy. Seviper and Cacnea attacks Heracross, however Heracross counters with Fury Attack. Seviper and Cacnea slam into Team Rocket, and they all blast off into the sky.

May thanks the boy for his help. She then realizes that Wurmple is missing again. The boy, who is named Franklin, decides to help May capture Wurmple. Meanwhile, Brock is preparing lunch, Ash decides to train Pikachu more. Pikachu runs towards a tree, jumps up, and uses Iron Tail. Just before Pikachu can strike the tree, its tail stops glowing. Ash congratulates for doing a good job. He then tells Pikachu to use Iron Tail again. Again, the attack doesn't work. A boy walks up to Ash and offers Ash a battle. This same boy looks exactly like the one May saw, and his name is also Franklin.

Franklin and May are climbing a cliff. Franklin tells May that he is a ranger of the area, so he knows his way around pretty well. May accidently trips, but Franklin catches her just in time. The other Franklin explains to Ash that they are going to have a double battle. Double battles are where you use two Pokémon to battle your opponent instead of one, and they are common all over Hoenn. Ash agrees to the double battle.

Brock is the judge for the battle. Franklin sends out Ariados and Yanma, and Ash chooses Pikachu and Treecko. The battle begins. Ariados uses String Shot and Yanma uses Sonicboom. The String Shot attaches to Pikachu's foot. Treecko pulls Pikachu away before the Sonicboom can hit Pikachu. Then Ariados uses Night Shade and Yanma uses Swift. Pikachu and Treecko continue to dodge the attacks. Ash orders Treecko to use Quick Attack. Treecko runs towards Ariados and Yanma. Ariados and Yanma redirect their attacks to Treecko. Treecko dodges the attacks. Pikachu comes in and uses Iron Tail. This time the attack works, and Yanma receives plenty of damage. Pikachu uses Iron Tail again, but the attack fails. Because of the failing attack, Ariados is able to hit Pikachu with String Shot. Treecko then uses Pound on Ariados. Both of Franklin's Pokémon are knocked out, and Ash wins the battle. Franklin thanks Ash for a great battle. Brock offers Franklin over for lunch. Franklin happily accepts Brock's offer.

Meanwhile, the other Franklin and May are busy looking for Wurmple. May found two berries, and she gives one to Franklin. The both of them begin to talk to each other. Franklin notices how independent and strong May is at life. Suddenly, Frankliin points to a Wurmple. May is happy. She sends out Torchic to battle the Wurmple. Torchic uses Tackle, and then May throws her Pokéball. Unfortunately, the Wurmple manages to break free from the Pokéball. Franklin reminds May that Wurmple are weak to fire attacks. May tells Torchic to use Ember. The fiery sparks hit Wurmple and weakens it even more. May throws her Pokéball. Wurmple is caught! May is happy that she finally caught a Wurmple.

Suddenly, a mechanical arm reaches down and snatches May's Pokéball. The mechanical arm came from Team Rocket. They say their motto. Then they begin to float away in their balloon. Franklin sends out Heracross. Heracross uses Horn Attack on the balloon. The balloon breaks, and it begins to fall down. The Pokéball flies out of Jessie's hands, and May catches it just before it falls on the ground. Team Rocket recovers from their fall. Jessie sends out Seviper and James sends out Cacnea. Torchic tries hitting the Pokémon with Ember, but its attack misses. Cacnea fires a Pin Missile at Torchic. The attack damages Torchic a bit. Then Seviper uses Poison Tail, but before Seviper's attack can knock out Torchic, Heracross uses its strength to catches Seviper's tail. Franklin tells May to have Torchic and Wurmple attack at the same time. May sends out Wurmple, but she doesn't know what attacks Wurmple can use. Franklin tells May that Wurmple can use String Shot. Wurmple uses String Shot on Seviper and Cacnea. Team Rocket's Pokémon are now powerless. Heracross finishes the battle off with Megahorn. Team Rocket blasts off again.

May and Franklin run back to Ash and co. To their surprise both Franklins look exactly alike. In fact, they are both identical brothers. One brother is named Forest Franklin while the other is Forester Franklin. Now that everything is settled, Brock suggests they have lunch. May sends out Torchic and Wurmple to join everyone. Wurmple eyes all the food. It quickly eats everything, and then it falls asleep.

Team Rocket is hanging from a branch. They are all blaming each other for getting themselves into this mess. They soon see a Wurmple on the branch too. Jessie throws a Pokéball at Wurmple and captures it. Wobbuffet then pops out. The branch can't support all of them, so it splits apart. Team Rocket falls into a deep hole.

English Official Summary

As the gang continues to make their way towards Rustboro City, May spots a Wurmple that she's dying to catch—but she's not the only one with her eye on the cute little bug Pokémon. Jessie wants it, too. May ventures off on her own to catch her Wurmple, but Team Rocket follows and gives her trouble. Luckily, she gets some help from a trainer named Franklin. Meanwhile, Ash and Pikachu are practicing Pikachu's Iron Tail attack. A trainer named Franklin sees them practicing and challenges them to a battle. Franklin teaches Ash about double battles, which are common in the Hoenn region. With help from her new friend Franklin, May catches the Wurmple she wanted. When she and Franklin go to meet up with the gang, everyone is really surprised. The Franklins are actually identical twins—Forrest and Forrester Franklin! All is not lost for Team Rocket, however. Jessie manages to snag a Wurmple of her own before Team Rocket blasts off at the end of the episode.

French Official Summary

En traversant une forêt, Sacha et ses amis rencontrent un Dresseur qui explique à Sacha ce qu’est un Combat Duo. Il s’agit d’un combat au cours duquel chaque Dresseur utilise deux Pokémon en même temps. Malgré son manque d’expérience, Sacha arrive à remporter la victoire après un combat difficile. Pendant ce temps, en pourchassant un Chenipotte qui avait attiré son attention avant de s’enfuir, Flora rencontre un Dresseur qui est le double parfait du Dresseur qui a défié Sacha ! Il porte d’ailleurs le même nom ! Tandis qu’elle continue à suivre Chenipotte, il devient rapidement évident qu’elle n’est pas la seule Dresseuse à s’intéresser au Pokémon Ver...

German Official Summary

Währen die Gruppe weiterhin nach Metarost City unterwegs ist, erblickt Maike ein Waumpel, das sie unbedingt fangen möchte. Aber auch jemand anderes hat bereits ein Auge auf das niedliche kleine Käfer-Pokémon geworfen.

Italian Official Summary

Mentre il gruppo continua ad avvicinarsi a Ferrugipoli, Vera scorge un Wurmple che desidera tantissimo catturare. Ma non è l'unica ad aver messo gli occhi sul tenero Pokémon di tipo Coleottero.

Portuguese Official Summary

Quando May parte para capturar um Wurmple para seu primeiro Concurso Pokémon, Ash recebe um desafio de Batalha em Dupla!

Spanish Latin America Official Summary

Cuando May sale a atrapar a un Wurmple para su primer Concurso Pokémon, Ash recibe un desafío para una Batalla Doble.

Spanish Official Summary

Cuando cruzan un bosque, Ash y la pandilla se topan con un Entrenador que inicia a Ash en los Combates Dobles, un tipo de combate en el que cada Entrenador utiliza dos Pokémon en el campo simultáneamente. A pesar de su falta de experiencia, Ash logra una victoria en una difícil competición. Mientras, Aura busca un Wurmple que había atraído su atención antes de escapar y encuentra a un Entrenador idéntico al que había retado a Ash a un combate, ¡incluso tiene el mismo nombre! Mientras persigue al Wurmple, pronto descubriremos que no es la única Entrenadora que se ha fijado en el Pokémon Gusano.

English Great Britian Official Summary

As the gang continues to make their way towards Rustboro City, May spots a Wurmple that she's dying to catch—but she's not the only one with her eye on the cute little bug Pokémon. Jessie wants it, too. May ventures off on her own to catch her Wurmple, but Team Rocket follows and gives her trouble. Luckily, she gets some help from a trainer named Franklin. Meanwhile, Ash and Pikachu are practicing Pikachu's Iron Tail attack. A trainer named Franklin sees them practicing and challenges them to a battle. Franklin teaches Ash about double battles, which are common in the Hoenn region. With help from her new friend Franklin, May catches the Wurmple she wanted. When she and Franklin go to meet up with the gang, everyone is really surprised. The Franklins are actually identical twins—Forrest and Forrester Franklin! All is not lost for Team Rocket, however. Jessie manages to snag a Wurmple of her own before Team Rocket blasts off at the end of the episode.

Russian Official Summary

Мэй решает во что бы то ни стало выиграть следующее состязание покемонов. Она отправляется на поиски Вурмпла, в нажежде, что он эволюционирует в Бьютифлай, как у Дженет, остальные же делают привал. Мэй сталкивается с Командой Р и стаей злобных Бидриллов, но поке-ренджер Франклин и его Геракросс приходят ей на помощь. Вернувшись в лагерь, она видит идентичного Франклину мальчика, который вызывает на битву Эша, предлагая ему битву два на два в стиле региона Хоенн. Пикачу осваивает атаку стальным хвостом, хотя и не слишком уверенно. Мэй, не без помощи Франклина, ловит Вурмпла и спешит обратно в  лагерь. Оказывается, что два одинаковых Франклина - это близнецы Форест и Форестер Франклин. Фореста впечатляет самостоятельность Мэй, и он также решает отправиться в собственное путешествие. На этом хорошие новости не заканчиваются - Джеси тоже ловит себе собственного Вурмпла.

Dutch Official Summary

Terwijl May haar eerste Wurmple voor haar eerste Pokémon Wedstrijd gaat vangen, wordt Ash uitgedaagd voor een Dubbelgevecht!

Danish Official Summary

Mens May tager ud for at fange en Wurmple til sin første Pokémon-konkurrence, bliver Ash udfordret til en Dobbelt Kamp.

Swedish Official Summary

När May ger sig av för att fånga en Wurmple till sin första Pokémon-tävling, blir Ash utmanad på en dubbel-strid!

Characters

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  • United States Ash Ketchum
  • Japan サトシ
  • Japan Satoshi
  • Japan Satoshi
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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Brock
  • Japan タケシ
  • Japan Takeshi
  • Japan Takeshi
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  • United States Meowth
  • Japan ニャース
  • Japan Nyarth
  • Japan Nyarth
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  • United States Jessie
  • Japan ムサシ
  • Japan Musashi
  • Japan Musashi
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  • United States James
  • Japan コジロウ
  • Japan Kojirō
  • Japan Kojiro
May
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  • United States May
  • Japan ハルカ
  • Japan Haruka
  • Japan Haruka
Max
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  • United States Max
  • Japan マサト
  • Japan Masato
  • Japan Masato
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  • United States Ash's Treecko
  • Japan サトシのキモリ
  • Japan Satoshi no Kimori
  • Japan Satoshi's Kimori
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  • United States Brock's Forretress
  • Japan タケシのフォレトス
  • Japan Takeshi no Foretos
  • Japan Takeshi's Foretos
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  • United States Brock's Lotad
  • Japan タケシのハスボー
  • Japan Takeshi no Hassboh
  • Japan Takeshi's Hassboh
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  • United States Jessie's Seviper
  • Japan ムサシのハブネーク
  • Japan Musashi no Habunake
  • Japan Musashi's Habunake
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  • United States James's Cacnea
  • Japan コジロウのサボネア
  • Japan Kojirō no Sabonea
  • Japan Kojiro's Sabonea
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  • United States Wobbuffet
  • Japan ソーナンス
  • Japan Sonansu
  • Japan Sonansu
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  • United States May's Torchic
  • Japan ハルカのアチャモ
  • Japan Haruka no Achamo
  • Japan Haruka's Achamo
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  • United States Janet's Beautifly
  • Japan メグミのアゲハント
  • Japan Megumi no Agehunt
  • Japan Megumi's Agehunt
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  • United States Jessie's Wurmple
  • Japan ムサシのケムッソ
  • Japan Musashi no Kemusso
  • Japan Musashi's Kemusso
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  • United States May's Wurmple
  • Japan ハルカのケムッソ
  • Japan Haruka no Kemusso
  • Japan Haruka's Kemusso
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  • United States Forrest Franklin
  • Japan タクマ・ジロー
  • Japan Jirō Takuma
  • Japan Jiro Takuma
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  • United States Forrester Franklin
  • Japan タクマ・イチロー
  • Japan Ichirō Takuma
  • Japan Ichiro Takuma
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  • United States Forrest's Heracross
  • Japan タクマ・ジローのヘラクロス
  • Japan Jirō Takuma no Heracros
  • Japan Jiro Takuma's Heracros
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  • United States Forrester's Ariados
  • Japan タクマ・イチローのアリアドス
  • Japan Ichirō Takuma no Ariados
  • Japan Ichiro Takuma's Ariados
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  • United States Forrester's Yanma
  • Japan タクマ・イチローのヤンヤンマ
  • Japan Ichirō Takuma no Yanyanma
  • Japan Ichiro Takuma's Yanyanma

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Weedle
  • Japan ビードル
  • Japan Beedle
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  • United States Kakuna
  • Japan コクーン
  • Japan Cocoon
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  • United States Beedrill
  • Japan スピアー
  • Japan Spear
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  • United States Bellossom
  • Japan キレイハナ
  • Japan Kireihana
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  • United States Wurmple
  • Japan ケムッソ
  • Japan Kemusso
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  • United States Beautifly
  • Japan アゲハント
  • Japan Agehunt
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09:34

Who's that Pokémon Pokémon Advanced

Lugia - This Pokémon is known as the ruler of the seas!
14:36

Eyecatch Groudon and Kyogre Eyecatch

Groudon Commercial Intro Eyecatch with Pikachu, Satoshi, Haruka, Masato and Takeshi.

Kyogre Commercial Return Eyecatch with Pikachu, Satoshi, Haruka, Masato and Takeshi.
23:35

Special First-Airing Segment Senryu Contest

Everyone's Pokémon Senryū Mass Recruitment (みんなのポケモン川柳大募集) contest was introduced during the original airing of this episode. Contestants were asked to select from 1 of 4 different Pokémon: Balkie (バルキー), Bangiras (バンギラス), Py (ピィ) or Hinoarashi (ヒノアラシ) and write a Senryū based on them.

The Application Rules (応募のお約束) stated that the Senryū must contain the name of the chosen Pokémon (お題のポケモンの名前が必ず入っていること) and the syllable meter must be in the 5-7-5 (5・7・5の七五調になっていること) style.

The winning senryū's were featured in the Okido segment during the following Advanced Generation episodes:
The Balkie (バルキー) Senryū was used in: AG20
The Bangiras (バンギラス) Senryū was used in: AG21
The Py (ピィ) Senryū was used in: AG22
The Hinoarashi (ヒノアラシ) Senryū was used in: AG25

The rental DVD that included this episode did not have an Okido segment. AG23 and AG24 did not include Okido segments on the rental DVD.

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:00 アドバンス・アドベンチャー ~Advance Adventure~
Japanese (Romanized): Advance Adventure
Japanese (Trans): Advance Adventure
Opening Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 01:28 2002-2005(AG)-M02 トウカシティ
Japanese (Romanized): Touka City
Japanese (Trans): Touka City
Part of the music plays as a sponsor message is shown over a short clip of the episode.
Japan 01:38 2002-2005(AG)-M38 ジム
Japanese (Romanized): Gym
Japanese (Trans): Gym
The group walks along a path through the forest.
Japan 02:09 2002-2005(AG)-M28 Satoshi scans Kemusso with his Zukan.
Japan 02:39 2002-2005(AG)-M42 進化おめでとう
Japanese (Romanized): Shinka omedetō
Japanese (Trans): Congratulations for the Evolution
Advanced Generation Title Card
Japan 03:05 2002-2005(AG)-M27 Haruka remembers Megumi's Agehanto, wanting to evolve the wild Kemusso into one.
Japan 03:50 1997-1998-M26 ロケット団隠密作戦
Japanese (Romanized): Rocket-dan Onmitsu Sakusen
Japanese (Trans): The Rocket Gang's Secret Schemes
Rocket Gang spies on the group and also decides to capture a Kemusso.
Japan 04:48 1997-1998-M74 チャリンコ暴走族
Japanese (Romanized): Charinko Bōsōzō
Japanese (Trans): Biker Gang
Musashi gives the tree a big kick in order to find a Kemusso.
Japan 05:29 1997-1998-M27 激闘果てしなく~逃げろや逃げろ!
Japanese (Romanized): Nigero ya Nigero!
Japanese (Trans): Run Away, Run Away!
Haruka sees Rocket Gang running away from Spear (the music begins 3 seconds through).
Japan 05:53 1997-1998-M20 なんだかんだと聞かれたら…
Japanese (Romanized): Nandakanda to Kikaretara…
Japanese (Trans): If You Ask Us About Whatever…
Rocket Gang begins the motto, but is interrupted by Haruka running after Kemusso.
Japan 06:23 2002-2005(AG)-M25 戦闘!四天王
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Shitennō
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Elite Four
Haruka sends out Achamo to battle Kemusso.
Japan 08:32 2002-2005(AG)-M26 Satoshi trains Pikachu's Iron Tail.
Japan 10:44 2002-2005(AG)-M21 戦闘!アクア・マグマ団
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Aqua - Magma-dan
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Aqua/Magma Gang
Satoshi and Ichiro send out their Pokémon and battle.
Japan 12:10 2002-2005(AG)-M40 ~アドバンス・アドベンチャー~ (BONUS-TRACK) 競技中 OPテーマ「アドバンス・アドベンチャー」INST.
Japanese (Romanized): OP thema 'Advance Adventure' INST.
Japanese (Trans): Opening Theme 'Advance Adventure' INST.
Satoshi tells Kimori to use Quick Attack.
Japan 13:53 2002-2005(AG)-M19 海の科学博物館
Japanese (Romanized): Umi no kagakuhakubutsukan
Japanese (Trans): The Oceanology Museum
Haruka lets Jiro eat a Momon fruit.
Japan 14:36 2002-2005(AG)-M44 Eyecatch Break
Japan 14:43 2002-2005(AG)-M43 Eyecatch Return
Japan 14:50 1997-1998-M67 Wreakin' Havoc Haruka sends out Achamo to battle Kemusso again.
Japan 15:24 1997-1998-M13 戦い(VS野生ポケモン)
Japanese (Romanized): Tatakai (VS yasei Pokémon)
Japanese (Trans): Battle (VS Wild Pokémon)
Kemusso fights back.
Japan 16:17 2002-2005(AG)-M12B ジムリーダーに勝利!
Japanese (Romanized): Gym Leader ni shōri!
Japanese (Trans): Victory over a Gym Leader!
Haruka has caught a Kemusso.
Japan 16:28 2002-2005(AG)-M32 ロケット団参上!のテーマ(ホウエン・バージョン)
Japanese (Romanized): Rocket-dan sanjō! no thema (Houen Version)
Japanese (Trans): Rocket Gang Arrival Theme (Houen Version)
Rocket Gang Motto
Japan 17:14 2002-2005(AG)-M24 戦闘!超古代ポケモン
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Chō-kodai Pokémon
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Ancient Pokémon
Jiro sends out Heracros to pop Rocket Gang's balloon.
Japan 18:12 2002-2005(AG)-M40 ~アドバンス・アドベンチャー~ (BONUS-TRACK) 競技中 OPテーマ「アドバンス・アドベンチャー」INST.
Japanese (Romanized): OP thema 'Advance Adventure' INST.
Japanese (Trans): Opening Theme 'Advance Adventure' INST.
Haruka sends out Kemusso to defeat Rocket Gang.
Japan 19:26 2002-2005(AG)-M10 The entire group becomes aware of the two look-alike boys.
Japan 20:39 1997-1998-M02 続くったら,続く
Japanese (Romanized): Tsuzukuttara, Tsuzuku
Japanese (Trans): To Be Continued
After eating, Haruka's Kemusso goes to sleep.
Japan 21:03 2002-2005(AG)-M31 Rocket Gang is holding on the branch of a tree leaning over a cliff.
Japan 21:39 2002-2005(AG)-M12B ジムリーダーに勝利!
Japanese (Romanized): Gym Leader ni shōri!
Japanese (Trans): Victory over a Gym Leader!
Musashi catches a Kemusso... and Sonansu's appearance makes Rocket Gang plummet into the bottom of the cliff.
Japan 21:54 そこに空があるから
Japanese (Romanized): Soko ni Sora ga Aru kara
Japanese (Trans): Because the Sky is There
Ending Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 23:15 2002-2005(AG)-M40 ~アドバンス・アドベンチャー~ (BONUS-TRACK) 競技中 OPテーマ「アドバンス・アドベンチャー」INST.
Japanese (Romanized): OP thema 'Advance Adventure' INST.
Japanese (Trans): Opening Theme 'Advance Adventure' INST.
Advanced Generation Episode 15 preview
Japan 23:46 1997-1998-M33A Professor Okido's Pokémon Lectures Professor Okido's Senryū Submission Contest
Japan 23:50 1997-1998-M18B トキワへの道‐マサラより
Japanese (Romanized): Tokiwa e no michi - Masara yori
Japanese (Trans): The Road to Tokiwa - From Masara
Okido explains the contest.
Japan 24:45 2002-2005(AG)-M02 トウカシティ
Japanese (Romanized): Touka City
Japanese (Trans): Touka City
Part of the music plays as a sponsor message is shown over a short clip of the episode.

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 32
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 0
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Summary:
Satoshi and his friends are going through a deep forest in order to get to their first destination, Kanazumi City. All of a sudden the 'Worm Pokémon' Kemusso appears before them. Haruka completely lost herself to the beauty of the 'Butterfly Pokémon' Agehunt from the Pokémon Contest and immediately tries to get the Kemusso so she can evolve it into one! But as she chases after the Kemusso, she leaves the others behind and heads deep into the forest all on her own......

However, the Rocket Gang, who did terribly at the Contest, are going after the Kemusso as well. Thus, a battle between Haruka and the Rocket Gang over the Kemusso, with the beautiful Agehunt at stake, begins!

Will Haruka manage to get her first Pokémon!?

Which of the two will get the Kemusso!?

Voice Cast:
Rica Matsumoto: Satoshi
Ikue Ohtani: Pikachu
Yuji Ueda: Takeshi
KAORI: Haruka
Fushigi Yamada: Masato
Megumi Hayashibara: Musashi
Shinichiro Miki: Kojiro
Inuko Inuyama: Nyarth
Makoto Tsumuro: Ichiro/Jiro
Chinami Nishimura: Achamo
Chie Sato: Habunake
Katsuyuki Konishi: Sabonea
Miyako Ito: Hassboh
Ryoko Shiraishi: Kemusso
Unsho Ishizuka: Narration