Home / Episode Guide / ハルカVSシュウ!ライバルよ永遠に/Haruka vs Shuu! Rivals Forever/The Unbeatable Lightness Of Seeing
Titles and Airdates
  • United States 2007-01-27 The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing
  • Japan 2006-08-10 ハルカVSシュウ!ライバルよ永遠に
  • Japan 2006-08-10 Haruka vs Shuu! Rivals Forever
  • Germany Wie eine Niederlage zum Sieg wird!
  • France Remise en question
  • Spain ¡La imbatible falta de visión!
  • Sweden 2009-05-02 Insiktets ovärdeliga ljus!
  • Italy Addio amarezza
  • Mexico ¡La inderrotable levedad del ver!
  • Finland Näkemisen sietämätön keveys
  • Taiwan 小遙對抗小瞬!永遠的勁敵!!
  • Netherlands 2007-12-21 De Onverslaanbare Lichtheid van het Besef!
  • Brazil A Invencível Clareza de se Ver
  • Norway 2009-06-22 Innsiktens Uslåelige Letthet!
  • Denmark 2009-02-21 Indsigtens uovervindelige lethed!
  • Portugal A Luz Imbatível da Verdade!
  • Russia Новый взгляд на вещи

OP/ED List

スパート!
Spurt!
私、負けない! 〜ハルカのテーマ〜
Watashi, Makenai! ~Haruka no Theme~
Summary
Ash and friends are in Fennel Valley, current home to the Battle Pyramid where Ash is hoping to earn his final Frontier Symbol and become the Battle Frontier Champion. At the present time however, Brandon is out searching some ancient ruins so Ash and the others are waiting at the nearby Pokémon Center. Ash and Max sit in the Pokémon Center hot springs, Ash wondering what exactly he should do, thrown off by his second loss at the Pyramid. Meanwhile, Skitty and Beautifly play with each other on the Contest Stage as May sits gloomily at the edge.

The two Pokémon run over to her and she agrees to practice with them. Scott and Brock walk into the room and Scott notices that she’s still put off by her loss at the Grand Festival. May stands at the side of the Stage and commands Skitty to use Blizzard followed by a Psychic from Beautifly. They pull off the combo as Ash and Max run in. They are happy to see Beautifly and Skitty and May comments that Beautifly learned Psychic while in Petalburg.

Max suggests that Ash and May train together but May rejects the idea because she thinks she isn’t strong enough. Before Ash or Max can press the issue further, Professor Oak surprises everyone by arriving in the Contest Room with a giant bag tied to his back. The gang gathers in the lobby where Professor Oak takes off the bag and starts to untie it. A giant group of fans gathers around and Professor Oak poses for them before pulling out a poster for Ash made by all of his Pokémon at the Lab. Professor Oak unfurls the poster on the floor to reveal the word FIGHT!! in giant black letters with the Pokémon’s marks all around it in various colors. The gang spends some time recognizing the marks of Ash’s Pokémon, including Bulbasaur, Totodile, Tauros, and Kingler. Professor Oak then unwraps a giant plate of food, sent from Delia. Next, he pulls a Misty Lure from his pocket and says that it comes from Misty and that he could take some time off from training to do a little fishing. And finally, he hands Ash a postcard from Gary with a picture of a lake in the Sinnoh Region on it. Ash imagines himself next to the lake with Gary there. They have a somewhat polite conversation, but Gary leaves making a snide remark to Ash.

Ash’s daydream ends and Ash says that he’s ready to train. Professor Oak makes up a poem and Nurse Joy runs up, excited to hear an original poem in person. She asks Professor Oak sign a first edition book of his poems, which he gladly does. May still doesn’t have any motivation though, and continues to look downtrodden. Just then, though, Roselia appears at her feet, and right behind it Drew appears.

In the Contest Stage room, Drew feeds Roselia some Pokéblock as May continues to be depressed. He tells May that she needs to find her own style of being a Pokémon Coordinator and proposes a battle to her. Ash and the others arrive and chime in that it’s a great idea and that Professor Oak and Nurse Joy could be the judges. Suddenly, three suspicious people arrive, Mr. Contesta, a miniature Sukizo, and Nurse Joy. They say that they will be the Judges.

A Cacturne jumps seemingly out of nowhere at the call of an all-too-familiar voice and attacks the panel of Judges. After the smoke clears, it’s revealed that the three of them are Team Rocket. Harley appears on scene and gets angry at them for messing with May. They try to run but Cacturne blocks their way and Harley tells them to stick around a while. As Harley gets reacquainted with the group, Nurse Joy rushes in with Scott and Professor Oak and demands Harley’s signature. Ash proposes the idea that Professor Oak and Nurse Joy be the Judges for May and Drew’s battle, but Joy tells Scott he can be a Judge as she’s going to be the emcee.

As the battle time draws closer, a crowd begins to pour in and Team Rocket is forced to watch by Harley. May and Drew stand onstage awaiting the signal to battle as Nurse Joy begins the introduction. She says that the battle will be a Double Battle just like the Grand Festival and the clock begins. May sends out Combusken and Beautifly together, a combination she’s not used before. Drew sends out Roselia and a Butterfree, also a new combination. May begins things with a Fire Spin and Psychic combo but Drew blocks it easily with Petal Dance.

Shards of fire fly through the air and hover above the stage. May takes advantage of them and has Beautifly attack with them using Psychic. Roselia uses Magical Leaf which ignites the leaves and sends them into the air along with the fire. Combusken launches a full-on physical attack but Butterfree uses Gust to bring the flaming leaves down on it, sending Combusken flying backwards into Beautifly and dealing major damage. Scott and Professor Oak watch interestedly from the Judge Panel. May calls for Combusken to use Sky Uppercut which hits Butterfree hard. Roselia fires another Petal Dance which Beautifly counters with a powerful Silver Wind. The wind only powers up the leaves however, and they are rammed into both of their opponents. May commands Combusken to use Overheat but Butterfree uses Protect and blocks it completely. Butterfree and Roselia then finish the battle with a Psybeam/Solarbeam combination.

As the sun sets on Fennel Valley that evening, Drew and May sit outside the Pokémon Center overlooking the valley’s vastness. They have a nice conversation there about May getting over the loss to Soledad at the Grand Festival and May proclaims that she’s going to get her own battle style. Drew meanwhile, comments that he’s headed to the Johto Region next. Harley arrives on scene not too long before Team Rocket does. Harley says that he’s going to Johto too and asks Jessie if she’s going to. She turns down the offer which angers Harley and he calls her a loser. Jessie reaches for a Pokéball to teach him a lesson, but doesn’t get it before Harley blasts her off with Cacturne’s Bullet Seed. Harley recalls Cacturne and races off towards the Johto Region.

Ash and the others come running, saying that they heard the sound of an explosion. May says that it was just Harley blasting Team Rocket off. Not long after that, Drew heads out to Johto as well, waving back without looking as he does. May, being motivated to win some more, tells Ash that they both have their goals now. Professor Oak says another poem as the sunlight continues to fade. With Ash and May out of depression about losing, their sights are set high and Ash has to get ready for the Battle Pyramid!

English Official Summary

Ash is still recovering from his defeat at the Battle Pyramid, while May is also melancholy about her own defeat at the Grand Festival. Professor Oak shows up at the Pokémon Center in Fennel Valley, with a special care package meant to cheer Ash up. It contains a poster with the prints of his Pokémon, a fishing lure from Misty, and food from his mother. There's even a postcard from Gary in Sinnoh, which gets Ash thinking about their rivalry and actually pulls him out of his funk. May is still in a mood, but Drew visits her and says they should battle. The kids begin to set up, but when they are picking judges to oversee the battle, Team Rocket shows up disguised as the three official Contest judges. The kids are only slightly fooled, but the plot is blown wide open by the appearance of Harley and his Cacturne. He threatens Team Rocket and gets them to sit in the audience instead. The battle begins, with Professor Oak and Scott as judges, and Nurse Joy as the MC. It's a Double Battle, with May's Combusken and Beautifly versus Drew's Roselia and Butterfree. The two are somewhat evenly matched, until May starts getting hit hard by Drew's awesome combos. He finishes her off with Psybeam combined with SolarBeam. Drew goes to see her after the battle, but she's actually okay with losing, and admits that she got overconfident when it comes to Pokémon Contests. Drew tells her he's going to the Johto region for Pokémon Contests, and Harley jumps in to say he's headed there too. Team Rocket also happens to be nearby, but when Jessie admits she's not going to follow the rest of them to Johto, Harley gets mad and sends the entire team blasting off. With thoughts of Johto on her mind, May encourages Ash, while Professor Oak writes a new poem.

French Official Summary

Sacha se remet encore de sa défaite à la Pyramide Extrême et Flora est également accablée par son échec au Grand Festival.

German Official Summary

Ash erholt sich von seiner Niederlage an der Kampfpyramide, während Maike ihre eigene Niederlage beim Großen Festival beklagt.

Italian Official Summary

Ash si sta ancora riprendendo dalla sconfitta subita nella Piramide Lotta, mentre Vera ripensa alla sua disfatta al Gran Festival.

Portuguese Official Summary

Após suas recentes derrotas em partidas importantes na Batalha da Pirâmide e no Grande Festival, Ash e May se sentem pra baixo, até vários velhos amigos aparecerem para dar uma força.

Finnish Official Summary

Kärsittyään tappiot tärkeissä otteluissaan Ottelupyramidilla ja Suurjuhlilla, Ash ja May ovat allapäin, kunnes iso joukko vanhoja ystäviä kokoontuu tukemaan heitä.

Spanish Latin America Official Summary

Luego de sus recientes derrotas en encuentros importantes en la Pirámide de Batalla y el Gran Festival, Ash y May se sienten un poco deprimidos, hasta que varios viejos amigos se unen para apoyarlos.

Spanish Official Summary

Ash está aún recuperándose de su derrota en Pirámide Batalla, mientras que Aura está también melancólica por su propia derrota en el Gran Festival.

English Great Britian Official Summary

Ash is still recovering from his defeat at the Battle Pyramid, while May is also melancholy about her own defeat at the Grand Festival. Professor Oak shows up at the Pokémon Center in Fennel Valley, with a special care package meant to cheer Ash up. It contains a poster with the prints of his Pokémon, a fishing lure from Misty, and food from his mother. There's even a postcard from Gary in Sinnoh, which gets Ash thinking about their rivalry and actually pulls him out of his funk. May is still in a mood, but Drew visits her and says they should battle. The kids begin to set up, but when they are picking judges to oversee the battle, Team Rocket shows up disguised as the three official Contest judges. The kids are only slightly fooled, but the plot is blown wide open by the appearance of Harley and his Cacturne. He threatens Team Rocket and gets them to sit in the audience instead. The battle begins, with Professor Oak and Scott as judges, and Nurse Joy as the MC. It's a Double Battle, with May's Combusken and Beautifly versus Drew's Roselia and Butterfree. The two are somewhat evenly matched, until May starts getting hit hard by Drew's awesome combos. He finishes her off with Psybeam combined with SolarBeam. Drew goes to see her after the battle, but she's actually okay with losing, and admits that she got overconfident when it comes to Pokémon Contests. Drew tells her he's going to the Johto region for Pokémon Contests, and Harley jumps in to say he's headed there too. Team Rocket also happens to be nearby, but when Jessie admits she's not going to follow the rest of them to Johto, Harley gets mad and sends the entire team blasting off. With thoughts of Johto on her mind, May encourages Ash, while Professor Oak writes a new poem.

Russian Official Summary

Ash is still recovering from his defeat at the Battle Pyramid, while May is also melancholy about her own defeat at the Grand Festival. Professor Oak shows up at the Pokémon Center in Fennel Valley, with a special care package meant to cheer Ash up. It contains a poster with the prints of his Pokémon, a fishing lure from Misty, and food from his mother. There's even a postcard from Gary in Sinnoh, which gets Ash thinking about their rivalry and actually pulls him out of his funk. May is still in a mood, but Drew visits her and says they should battle. The kids begin to set up, but when they are picking judges to oversee the battle, Team Rocket shows up disguised as the three official Contest judges. The kids are only slightly fooled, but the plot is blown wide open by the appearance of Harley and his Cacturne. He threatens Team Rocket and gets them to sit in the audience instead. The battle begins, with Professor Oak and Scott as judges, and Nurse Joy as the MC. It's a Double Battle, with May's Combusken and Beautifly versus Drew's Roselia and Butterfree. The two are somewhat evenly matched, until May starts getting hit hard by Drew's awesome combos. He finishes her off with Psybeam combined with SolarBeam. Drew goes to see her after the battle, but she's actually okay with losing, and admits that she got overconfident when it comes to Pokémon Contests. Drew tells her he's going to the Johto region for Pokémon Contests, and Harley jumps in to say he's headed there too. Team Rocket also happens to be nearby, but when Jessie admits she's not going to follow the rest of them to Johto, Harley gets mad and sends the entire team blasting off. With thoughts of Johto on her mind, May encourages Ash, while Professor Oak writes a new poem.

Dutch Official Summary

Na hun recente verlies bij belangrijke wedstrijden in de Strijd Piramide en het Grand Festival, voelen Ash en May zich een beetje somber, totdat verschillende oude vrienden bij elkaar komen om hen te steunen.

Norwegian Official Summary

Etter de nylige nederlagende i viktige kamper ved kamp-pyramiden og på Grand Festival, føler Ash og May seg litt nedbrutt, til flere gamle venner samler seg for å støtte dem.

Swedish Official Summary

Efter Ashs och Mays senaste förluster i några viktiga matcher och vid Grand Festival, känner de sig lite nere, tills dess att de träffar flera gamla vänner som stöttar dem.

Danish Official Summary

Ash og May er lidt nedtrykte efter deres nederlag i de vigtige kampe i Kamppyramiden og til Den Store Festival. Men så samles flere gamle venner for at give dem deres støtte.

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 Gary Oak
  • Japan オーキド・シゲル
  • Japan Shigeru Ōkido
  • Japan Shigeru Okido
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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
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  • United States Professor Samuel Oak
  • Japan オーキド ユキナリ博士
  • Japan Yukinari Okido-hakase
  • Japan Professor Yukinari Okido
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  • United States Nurse Joy
  • Japan ジョーイ
  • Japan Joy
  • Japan Joy
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 Wobbuffet
  • Japan ソーナンス
  • Japan Sonansu
  • Japan Sonansu
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  • United States Drew
  • Japan シュウ
  • Japan Shū
  • Japan Shu
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  • United States Harley
  • Japan ハーリー
  • Japan Harley
  • Japan Harley
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  • United States May's Beautifly
  • Japan ハルカのアゲハント
  • Japan Haruka no Agehunt
  • Japan Haruka's Agehunt
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  • United States May's Skitty
  • Japan ハルカのエネコ
  • Japan Haruka no Eneco
  • Japan Haruka's Eneco
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  • United States Drew's Roselia
  • Japan シュウのロゼリア
  • Japan Shū no Roselia
  • Japan Shu's Roselia
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  • United States May's Combusken
  • Japan ハルカのワカシャモ
  • Japan Haruka no Wakashamo
  • Japan Haruka's Wakashamo
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  • United States Harley's Cacturne
  • Japan ハーリーのノクタス
  • Japan Harley no Noctus
  • Japan Harley's Noctus
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  • United States Scott
  • Japan エニシダ
  • Japan Enishida
  • Japan Enishida
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  • United States Drew's Butterfree
  • Japan シュウのバタフリー
  • Japan Shū no Butterfree
  • Japan Shu's Butterfree

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Bellsprout
  • Japan マダツボミ
  • Japan Madatsubomi
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  • United States Ampharos
  • Japan デンリュウ
  • Japan Denryu
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  • United States Smeargle
  • Japan ドーブル
  • Japan Doble
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  • United States Tyranitar
  • Japan バンギラス
  • Japan Bangiras
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00:01

Eyecatch Pre-episode Message

In order to alert the viewers that the episode is about to start, a special eyecatch was used. The eyecatch is a countdown towards the beginning of the episode and contains scenes from previous AG openings, Advance Adventure and Pokémon Symphonic Medley. The split-screen scenes with Haruka and Takeshi were updated versions of the Advance Adventure ones that reflected the changes in the characters' Pokémon teams. More specifically, the scene that depicted Takeshi's Mizugorou and Takeshi's Hassboh was replaced with a scene from Takeshi's Numacraw's battle against Satoshi's Juptile that took place in AG149, while the scene that depicted Haruka's Achamo and Haruka's Agehunt was replaced with a scene from Haruka's Gonbe's battle against Shiromi's Rafflesia that took place in AG151. The countdown ends with Satoshi reciting his catchphrase, "Get Pokémon!" (ポケモンゲットだぜ!, Pokémon getto da ze! ).
13:09

Eyecatch Rayquaza Eyecatch

Rayquaza Commercial Intro and Return Eyecatches with Pikachu, Satoshi, Haruka, Masato and Takeshi.
23:19

Special First-Airing Segment Movie Preview

TIM hosts this week's installment of the "Pokémon Ranger and the Prince of the Sea Full-Force Scoop" as well. As the segment starts, the two call for celebrations, as the movie is a huge hit, and Red urges everyone who hasn't seen it yet to get to a theater right away.

He then introduces this week's scene, the Temple of the Sea, "Aqusha". Golgo didn't recognize it, so Red asks if he's truly seen the movie yet. Golgo insists he has, and cuts to clips showing the temple's interior. Red explains how the temple acts as a meeting place for Water Pokémon.

We next get a clip of the Sea Crown, and while Golgo guesses correctly what it is, Red understands he hasn't actually seen the movie yet. The clip shows Phantom about to do something, but TIM stops the clip, and Golgo tells the viewers to get to a theater if they want to see what happens next. Red tells him he needs to do so, too.

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:00 1999-2001-M02 タイトル
Japanese (Romanized): Title
Japanese (Trans): Title
The last seconds of the music play as the show is about to begin.
Japan 00:05 Movie 2 Short - Parting and Sunset Satoshi and Masato sit in the Pokémon Center hot springs, Satoshi wondering what exactly he should do, thrown off by his second loss at the Pyramid.
Japan 00:49 スパート!
Japanese (Trans): Spurt!
Opening Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 02:16 2002-2005(AG)-M42 進化おめでとう
Japanese (Romanized): Shinka omedetō
Japanese (Trans): Congratulations for the Evolution
Battle Frontier Title Card
Japan 02:36 1997-1998-M07 The Enigma Takeshi and Enishida talk about Haruka, who practices some combos with her Pokémon.
Japan 04:16 1997-1998-M10 ピカチュウ登場
Japanese (Romanized): Pikachu Tōjō
Japanese (Trans): Pikachu Enters
Okido takes out a big poster from his sack for the group to see.
Japan 06:11 Movie 8 BGM - Aaron Training Movie 8 BGM - Okido gives Satoshi a postcard from Shigeru with a picture of a lake in the Shinou Region on it. Satoshi has a daydream of the place with Shigeru.
Japan 07:15 1997-1998-M60 ハナダへの道‐おつきみ山より
Japanese (Romanized): Hanada e no michi - Otsukimi Yama yori
Japanese (Trans): The Road to Hanada - From Moon-viewing Mountain
Satoshi gets ready to train.
Japan 08:43 2002-2005(AG)-M41 ~アドバンス・アドベンチャー~ (BONUS-TRACK) Haruka talks with Shu in the Contest Stage room.
Japan 10:42 2002-2005(AG)-M46 コンテスト!
Japanese (Romanized): Contest!
Japanese (Trans): Contest!
Contesta, Sukizo and Nurse Joy (Kojiro, Nyarth and Musashi in disguise, respectively) arrive to "be the judges of Haruka's and Shu's battle".
Japan 11:22 1997-1998-M08 しのびよる影
Japanese (Romanized): Shinobi yoru Kage
Japanese (Trans): Sneaking from the Shadows
Harley confronts Rocket Gang, getting angry at them "for messing with Kamo-chan".
Japan 12:33 1999-2001-M35 38ばんどうろ
Japanese (Romanized): 38-ban dōro
Japanese (Trans): Route 38
Nurse Joy shows Harley his major battles and asks him for an autograph. It's then decided that Shu and Haruka will indeed battle. The music overlaps the Eyecatch Break.
Japan 13:16 2002-2005(AG)-M02 トウカシティ
Japanese (Romanized): Touka City
Japanese (Trans): Touka City
Sponsor Message
Japan 13:27 2002-2005(AG)-M43 Eyecatch Return
Japan 13:35 2002-2005(AG)-M46 コンテスト!
Japanese (Romanized): Contest!
Japanese (Trans): Contest!
The contest battle between Shu and Haruka is about to begin.
Japan 14:20 2002-2005(AG)-M25 戦闘!四天王
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Shitennō
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Elite Four
Haruka begins the battle with Shu.
Japan 15:34 ピカチュウと再会へ
Japanese (Romanized): Pikachu to Saikai e
Japanese (Trans): Reuniting with Pikachu
Movie 8 BGM - Haruka struggles in the battle against Shu.
Japan 17:27 アーロン2
Japanese (Trans): Aaron 2
Movie 8 BGM - Haruka compliments her Pokémon after the loss. She then has a conversation with Shu while sitting outside the Pokémon Center overlooking the valley’s vastness.
Japan 19:30 活躍!
Japanese (Romanized): Katsuyaku!
Japanese (Trans): Activity!
Harley sends out his Noctus to use Bullet Seed on Musashi (along with Kojiro and Nyarth) and blast her off, since she angered him.
Japan 20:41 小さきもの ~子守りうた~
Japanese (Romanized): Chiisaki Mono ~Komori Uta~
Japanese (Trans): A Small Thing ~Lullaby~
Movie 6 BGM - Shu walks away, who's thanked by Haruka. She waves goodbye to him, on his journey to Johto.
Japan 21:59 私、負けない!~ハルカのテーマ~
Japanese (Romanized): Watashi, Makenai! ~Haruka no Theme~
Japanese (Trans): I Won't Lose! ~Haruka's Theme~
Ending Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 23:20 2002-2005(AG)-M12 ジムリーダーに勝利!
Japanese (Romanized): Gym Leader ni shōri!
Japanese (Trans): Victory over a Gym Leader!
Pokémon Ranger and the Prince of the Sea Manaphy Full-Force Scoop
Japan 23:24 マナフィと遊ぼう!
Japanese (Romanized): Manaphy to Asobou!
Japanese (Trans): Play with Manaphy!
Movie 9 BGM - The hosts expose scoops on the movie.
Japan 24:15 バトルフロンティア (オリジナルカラオケ)
Japanese (Romanized): Battle Frontier (Original Karaoke)
Japanese (Trans): Battle Frontier (Original Karaoke)
Advanced Generation Episode 189 preview
Japan 24:45 2002-2005(AG)-M02 トウカシティ
Japanese (Romanized): Touka City
Japanese (Trans): Touka City
Sponsor Message

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 25
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 0
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The Danish title is Indsigtens Uovervindelige Lethed, not Indsigtens Ulidelige Lethed
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Fixed, thank you.