Home / Episode Guide / Tobari Gym! Lucario VS Buoysel!!/トバリジム!ルカリオVSブイゼル!!/A Triple Fighting Chance!
Titles and Airdates
  • United States 2008-08-02 A Triple Fighting Chance
  • Japan 2008-02-28 トバリジム!ルカリオVSブイゼル!!
  • Japan 2008-02-28 Tobari Gym! Lucario VS Buoysel!!
  • Japan 2008-02-28 Tobari Gym! Lucario VS Buoysel!!
  • Germany 2009-03-11 Heiß, heißer, am heißesten!
  • France Un match trois sur trois
  • Spain 2009-05-03 Desafío tres contra tres
  • Sweden 2009-09-27 Trippelchans till tredje vinsten!
  • Italy 2009-04-06 Sfida con tre possibilità
  • Mexico 2009-04-06 ¡Triple Oportunidad De Batalla!
  • Finland Kolminkertainen Ottelu
  • Taiwan 帷幕道館!路卡利歐對泳氣鼬!!
  • Poland 2009-02-09 Potrójna szansa wygranej
  • Netherlands Drie winkansen!
  • Brazil 2009-04-20 Uma Chance Tripla!
  • Czechia 2009-03-26 Trojí příležitost k zápasu
  • Norway 2009-03-04 Tredobbel slåss-sjanse
  • Denmark 2009-03-04 En tredobbelt udfordring
  • South Korea 장막체육관 시합! 지우 VS 자두!
  • Portugal 2010-11-16 Oportunidade Tripla de Combate!
  • Russia 2009-03-11 Тройной шанс в бою
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Japan Screenplay 米村正二 (Shōji Yonemura)
Japan Storyboard 日高政光 (Masamitsu Hidaka)
Japan Animation Director 志村泉 (Izumi Shimura)
Japan Episode Director 小山賢 (Masaru Koyama)

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Summary
The battle between Ash and Sumono is about to begin. The referee starts off by explaining the rules of the battle. Dawn and her Pokémon are in cheerleading outfits, and they begin to cheer for both Ash and Sumono. The battle begins. Sumono sends out a Machoke, and Dawn looks it up in her Pokédex. Ash sends out Staravia. Brock thinks that Ash made a good decision by sending out a Flying type. Staravia starts off with Quick Attack, but Machoke defends itself with Brick Break. Since Quick Attack didn't work, Staravia uses Gust. The Gust has more success. Then Staravia uses Aerial Ace. Sumono orders Machoke to avoid the attack and use Cross Chop. Machoke scores a direct hit on Staravia with Cross Chop. Dawn notices that Sumono fights very well even if her Pokémon is at a type disadvantage. Machoke then begins to hit Staravia with a series of Brick Breaks. Sumono orders Machoke to finish Staravia off with Seismic Toss. However, before Machoke can get its hands on Staravia, Staravia unleashes a Quick Attack on Machoke. Then Staravia uses Aerial Ace and hits Machoke. The attack is super effective against Machoke, and Machoke faints.

Sumono returns Machoke back to its Pokéball and congratulates Ash on the great combo of Aerial Ace and Quick Attack. Meanwhile, Team Rocket have snuck inside the gym. While Ash is doing his battle, they plan to steal all the gym's Pokémon. They find a room and open the door. Three gym trainers appear and offer a free massage for Team Rocket. Team Rocket gladly accepts the offer. The three gym trainers begin to crush Team Rocket and their bones, and Team Rocket realizes that it was just a trap.
Sumono sends out Meditite. Dawn warns Ash about Meditite's Psychic attacks. Staravia starts off with Quick Attack, but Meditite uses Detect to dodge the attack. Then Meditite uses Meditate. Brock explains that it is an attack that raises the power of the user. Staravia then uses Aerial Ace, but Meditite uses Detect again to dodge it. Then Meditite increases its power again with Meditate. Staravia uses Gust, and this time the attack hits Meditite, but Meditite just jumps off the wall and uses Drain Punch on Staravia. Staravia receives a lot of damage from the Drain Punch, especially since Meditite's power was increased, but Staravia is still standing. It uses Aerial Ace. Meditite counters with Confusion and slams Staravia to the ground. The effect of Confusion leaves Staravia confused. Ash returns Staravia back into its Pokéball.

Ash's second Pokémon is Chimchar. It's first attack is Scratch, and it hits Meditite. Sumono compliments on Chimchar's speed. She then orders Meditite to use Drain Punch. Meditite uses the attack, and it hits Chimchar. Then Meditite delivers several Drain Punches at Chimchar. Ash then tells Chimchar to use several Scratch attacks on Meditite. Meditite dodges a few of them with Detect, but Detect eventually fails, and it gets hit by one of Chimchar's Scratch attacks. Ash then orders Chimchar to use Flamethrower, followed up by a Flame Wheel. Before Flame Wheel can hit, Meditite uses Confusion to throw Chimchar into the wall. Chimchar is left confused from the Confusion, and Ash ends up returning it back into its Pokéball.

Ash sends out Staravia again. Realizing that Staravia's confusion has been cured, Sumono orders Meditite to use Drain Punch. Staravia counters with Gust. The Gust is more powerful than Meditite because of its damage received by Chimchar. With Meditite almost out, Staravia uses Brave Bird. Meditite tries to counter with Confusion, but the Brave Bird ends up hitting Meditite first. Meditite faints and Staravia wins the battle. Dawn is happy that Staravia was finally able to master the Brave Bird attack. Brock states that Brave Bird is still risky because the user receives recoil damage. Staravia looks exhausted so using another Brave Bird attack may put it in danger.

Sumono compliments on Ash and Staravia's success with Brave Bird. She then sends out her third Pokémon: Lucario. Ash orders Staravia to use Brave Bird again. Staravia uses the attack, but Lucario counters it with Metal Claw. The single attack from Lucario knocks Staravia out. Ash returns Staravia back into its Pokéball, and he realizes that Lucario is stronger than ever. Ash sends out Chimchar. Chimchar uses Flamethrower, but Lucario avoids the attack. Brock notices that Lucario's speed is much greater than Chimchar's. Because Flamethrower didn't work, Chimchar uses a Scratch attack instead. Lucario avoids the attack and then uses Force Palm. Chimchar is hit by Force Palm, but it manages to recover quickly. It uses Flame Wheel and scores a direct hit on Lucario. Ash orders Chimchar to use Flame Wheel again. Suddenly, Chimchar cannot move due to the paralysis effect from Force Palm. Sumono takes this chance and orders Lucario to use Bone Rush. Chimchar gets hit several times until it uses Dig to hide from Lucario. However, Lucario is able to seek out Chimchar's movements underground. When it finds Chimchar, it uses Aura Sphere to blast Chimchar out of the ground. Then Lucario finishes Chimchar off with Metal Claw. Chimchar faints, and Lucario wins the round.

Ash's last Pokémon is Buizel. Dawn and her Pokémon cheer for Ash and Sumono. Brock realizes that it is the last battle. He turns to his side and notices that Croagunk is missing. Meanwhile, Team Rocket are slowly recovering from their painful massage. They walk down the hallway until they see the Training Room. Jessie assumes that there are a lot of Pokémon inside doing their training. They open the doors only to see Croagunk training. Team Rocket sighs, and they close the door. Suddenly, they come face to face with Croagunk. Croagunk uses Poison Jab on Team Rocket and blasts them out of the gym.

Buizel attacks with Mystic Ball, and Lucario uses Aura Sphere. Both attacks collide into each other. The Aura Sphere, however, is much more powerful, and it hits Buizel. Lucario then uses Bone Rush, but Buizel dodges the attacks. Dawn knows that Buizel has some great speed. However, Lucario uses Bone Rush on Buizel's legs to make it trip. Buizel still stands it it fights back with Aqua Jet. Lucario tries to weaken Buizel with Metal Claw, but the Aqua Jet proves to be stronger. It knocks Lucario to the ground. Buizel fires rapid Sonicbooms. Lucario blocks them all with its Bone Rush attack. Then Lucario fires three Aura Spheres at Buizel. Buizel uses Sonicboom to destroy them all. Lucario suddenly appears in front of Buizel. It blasts Buizel with a Force Palm, and Buizel falls to the ground. Hoping to finish the battle, Sumono orders Lucario to use Aura Sphere. Just before Lucario can fire the attack, Buizel manages to get back up onto its feet. A small ball of energy appears between Buizel's hands. Sumono notices that Buizel is charging up for a Water Pulse. Lucario fires the Aura Sphere at Buizel, and Buizel releases its Water Pulse towards Lucario. Both attacks collide into each other.

Neither Lucario or Buizel are close to giving up. Buizel uses Aqua Jet one more time, and Lucario uses Force Palm. Both Pokémon end up getting slammed into the wall. However, they recover quickly and jump into the air. Lucario releases another Aura Sphere, and Buizel uses Water Pulse. Both attacks collide into each other. The explosion causes Lucario and Buizel to fall to the ground, and a hole is blasted right through the roof of the gym. Lucario manages to get up, but Buizel is still down. Sumono orders Lucario to use Metal Claw. The attack weakenes Buizel even more. The referee is about to declare Sumono the winner, but Buizel still fights to get up. Buizel manages to get back on its feet, but it can barely move. Lucario uses its Bone Rush attack. Before the attack can hit, it suddenly begins to rain. The rain automatically increases Buizel's speed, and it dodges Lucario's Bone Rush attacks. Brock explains that Buizel's Swift Swim ability makes Buizel move faster when it rains. Ash orders Buizel to use Aqua Jet. Lucario counters with Force Palm. Both Pokémon collide into each other. As a result, Buizel is left paralyzed. Ash and Sumono know that the battle is going to end soon. They tell their Pokémon to give it their all in the next attack. Ash orders Buizel to use Water Pulse, combining it with Aqua Jet, and Sumono orders Lucario to use Force Palm. Both Pokémon collide into each other, and an explosion occurs. When the smoke is clear, both Pokémon are seen standing. Then both of them fall to the ground. The battle ends up being a draw.

Sumono has decided to give Ash the badge anyway even though the battle was a draw. Sumono knows that Ash has showed her what a good battle really meant, so she is rewarding Ash with the Cobal Badge. Ash thanks Sumono for the badge. Sumono promises to remain as the gym leader of Tobari City. Ash and co.'s adventure through Sinnoh continues.

English Official Summary

Dawn's Veilstone Gym challenge has restored Gym Leader Maylene's confidence, so Maylene is now ready to accept Ash's own Gym challenge. Their 3-on-3 battle starts with Maylene's Machoke battling Ash's Staravia—Ash is clearly banking on using Staravia's type advantage, but Maylene's Machoke has learned to use its Fighting-type moves for defense as well as offense. Still, Staravia wins the battle without too much fuss and moves on to battle Meditite. Meditite hits Staravia with Confusion, so Ash switches in Chimchar. Again, it's not long before Meditite hits it with Confusion; Ash brings Staravia back now that its Confusion has worn off. He takes this opportunity to show off Staravia's new move, Brave Bird, which knocks out Meditite. When Lucario steps up to the plate, Ash banks on Brave Bird once more, but Lucario knocks Staravia out with Metal Claw. Ash brings in Chimchar, but even Chimchar's Fire-type moves don't slow Lucario down. Soon Chimchar is unable to battle as well! Now it's time for a real showdown: Lucario vs. Ash's Buizel, a matchup between two Pokémon who live for battling. Their fight blows the roof off the Gym and that's what makes all the difference—even with its newly learned move, Water Pulse, Buizel is starting to flag until rain begins to fall through the new hole in the ceiling. Now Buizel's Swift Swim Ability kicks in, boosting its speed and keeping it in the game. The two go head-to-head once more: as the dust settles, they both faint, ending the match in a draw. But because Maylene has the right to award a badge if she chooses, she gives Ash the Cobble Badge in honor of a great battle!

French Official Summary

Mélina la Championne d'Arène de Voilaroc est de retour et prête à accepter le défi de Sacha pour gagner son troisième Badge d'Arène de la région de Sinnoh !

German Official Summary

Hilda, die Leiterin der Schleiede-Arena, ist wieder kampfbereit und akzeptiert Ashs Herausforderung zum Kampf um den dritten Arenaorden der Sinnoh-Region!

Italian Official Summary

La sfida con Lucinda ha restituito a Marzia, Capopalestra di Rupepoli, la fiducia in se stessa; ora, quindi, è pronta per accettare la sfida di Ash.

Portuguese Official Summary

A Líder do Ginásio de Veilstone Maylene está de volta à ativa e pronta para aceitar o desafio de Ash por sua terceira Insígnia de Ginásio da Região de Sinnoh!

Finnish Official Summary

Veilstonen salijohtaja Maylene on taas mukana toiminnassa, ja valmiina hyväksymään Ashin haasteen kolmannen Sinnoh-alueen salimerkkinsä voittamiseksi!

Spanish Latin America Official Summary

La líder del Gimnasio Veilstone, Maylene, está de nuevo en acción y lista para aceptar el reto de Ash por su tercera medalla de Gimnasio de la región Sinnoh.

Spanish Official Summary

El reto de Maya del Gimnasio Rocavelo le ha devuelto la confianza a la Líder de Gimnasio Brega, así que Brega está ahora lista para aceptar el reto de gimnasio de Ash.

English Great Britian Official Summary

Dawn's Veilstone Gym challenge has restored Gym Leader Maylene's confidence, so Maylene is now ready to accept Ash's own Gym challenge. Their 3-on-3 battle starts with Maylene's Machoke battling Ash's Staravia—Ash is clearly banking on using Staravia's type advantage, but Maylene's Machoke has learned to use its Fighting-type moves for defense as well as offense. Still, Staravia wins the battle without too much fuss and moves on to battle Meditite. Meditite hits Staravia with Confusion, so Ash switches in Chimchar. Again, it's not long before Meditite hits it with Confusion; Ash brings Staravia back now that its Confusion has worn off. He takes this opportunity to show off Staravia's new move, Brave Bird, which knocks out Meditite. When Lucario steps up to the plate, Ash banks on Brave Bird once more, but Lucario knocks Staravia out with Metal Claw. Ash brings in Chimchar, but even Chimchar's Fire-type moves don't slow Lucario down. Soon Chimchar is unable to battle as well! Now it's time for a real showdown: Lucario vs. Ash's Buizel, a matchup between two Pokémon who live for battling. Their fight blows the roof off the Gym and that's what makes all the difference—even with its newly learned move, Water Pulse, Buizel is starting to flag until rain begins to fall through the new hole in the ceiling. Now Buizel's Swift Swim Ability kicks in, boosting its speed and keeping it in the game. The two go head-to-head once more: as the dust settles, they both faint, ending the match in a draw. But because Maylene has the right to award a badge if she chooses, she gives Ash the Cobble Badge in honor of a great battle!

Russian Official Summary

Вызов Доун в спортзале Вейлстоун восстановил уверенность Мейлин, так что теперь она готова принять вызов от Эша на битву в спортзале.

Dutch Official Summary

De Veilstone Gym-uitdaging van Dawn heeft het vertrouwen van Gym Leader Maylene hersteld, daarom is Maylene nu klaar om de eigen Gym-uitdaging van Ash te accepteren.

Norwegian Official Summary

Veilstone Gym-leder Maylene er tilbake på plass og klar til å ta i mot Ash sin utfordring, så han kan kjempe om sin tredje Gym-badge fra Sinnoh-regionen!

Swedish Official Summary

Veilstone-gymledaren Maylene mår bra igen och är redo att acceptera Ashs utmaning som gäller hans tredje Gym-badge i Sinnoh-regionen!

Danish Official Summary

Veilstone-salens leder, Maylene, er tilbage i topform og klar til at tage imod Ashs udfordring, idet han håber på at vinde sit tredje Sal-badge i Sinnoh-regionen!

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
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  • United States Dawn
  • Japan ヒカリ
  • Japan Hikari
  • Japan Hikari
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  • United States Ash's Chimchar
  • Japan サトシのヒコザル
  • Japan Satoshi no Hikozaru
  • Japan Satoshi's Hikozaru
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  • United States Ash's Staravia
  • Japan サトシのムクバード
  • Japan Satoshi no Mukubird
  • Japan Satoshi's Mukubird
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  • United States Ash's Buizel
  • Japan サトシのブイゼル
  • Japan Satoshi no Buoysel
  • Japan Satoshi's Buoysel
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  • United States Brock's Croagunk
  • Japan タケシのグレッグル
  • Japan Takeshi no Gureggru
  • Japan Takeshi's Gureggru
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  • United States Dawn's Piplup
  • Japan ヒカリのポッチャマ
  • Japan Hikari no Pochama
  • Japan Hikari's Pochama
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  • United States Wobbuffet
  • Japan ソーナンス
  • Japan Sonansu
  • Japan Sonansu
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  • United States Dawn's Buneary
  • Japan ヒカリのミミロル
  • Japan Hikari no Mimirol
  • Japan Hikari's Mimirol
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  • United States Dawn's Pachirisu
  • Japan ヒカリのパチリス
  • Japan Hikari no Pachirisu
  • Japan Hikari's Pachirisu
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  • United States Dawn's Ambipom
  • Japan ヒカリのエテボース
  • Japan Hikari no Eteboth
  • Japan Hikari's Eteboth
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  • United States Maylene
  • Japan スモモ
  • Japan Sumomo
  • Japan Sumomo
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  • United States Connally
  • Japan クロダ
  • Japan Kuroda
  • Japan Kuroda
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  • United States Maylene's Machoke
  • Japan スモモのゴーリキー
  • Japan Sumomo no Goriky
  • Japan Sumomo's Goriky
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  • United States Maylene's Lucario
  • Japan スモモのルカリオ
  • Japan Sumomo no Lucario
  • Japan Sumomo's Lucario
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  • United States Maylene's Meditite
  • Japan スモモのアサナン
  • Japan Sumomo no Asanan
  • Japan Sumomo's Asanan

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Croagunk
  • Japan グレッグル
  • Japan Gureggru
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10:47

Eyecatch Diamond and Pearl Eyecatch

Fourth variation of the Diamond and Pearl Intro and Return Eyecatches featuring Hikari, Satoshi and Takeshi.

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:00 Movie 8 BGM - Satoshi VS Lucario! Fight! Movie 8 BGM - The referee prepares to begin the Gym Battle between Sumomo and Satoshi.
Japan 00:24 Together <TVバージョン>
Japanese (Romanized): Together <TV Version>
Japanese (Trans): Together <TV Version>
Opening Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 01:51 2006-2010(DP)-Subtitle Diamond & Pearl Title Card
Japan 02:23 サトシ戦いの決意
Japanese (Romanized): Satoshi tatakai no ketsui
Japanese (Trans): Satoshi's Battle Resolve
Movie 1 BGM - The second part of the music plays as Hikari and her Pokémon cheer on the battlers with their cheerleader outfit, while Sumomo and Satoshi send out their Pokémon.
Japan 03:19 2006-2010(DP)-M13 戦闘!野生ポケモン
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Yasei Pokémon
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Wild Pokémon
Satoshi starts off by telling Mukubird to use Quick Attack on Goriky.
Japan 04:58 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 sneaks through the gym's facility.
Japan 05:40 ポケモンレンジャー登場!!~ミッション・オブ・EOP~
Japanese (Romanized): Pokémon Ranger Toujou!! ~Mission of E.O.P.~
Japanese (Trans): Enter Pokémon Ranger!! ~Mission of E.O.P.~
Movie 9 BGM - Sumomo sends out Asanan against Mukubird.
Japan 08:34 タイプ:ワイルド
Japanese (Romanized): Type: Wild
Japanese (Trans): Type: Wild
Satoshi sends out Mukubird back (the song begins 7 seconds through).
Japan 10:28 Movie 8 BGM - レジロックB
Japanese (Romanized): Regirock B
Japanese (Trans): Regirock B
Movie 8 BGM - Satoshi's Mukubird is defeated by Lucario. The music overlaps the Eyecatch Break.
Japan 10:53 2006-2010(DP)-M21 210ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 210-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (Trans): Route 210 (Day)
Sponsor Message
Japan 11:04 2006-2010(DP)-Eyecatch C Eyecatch Return
Japan 11:12 城、平安~迫り来る危機
Japanese (Romanized): Shiro, Heian~Semari Kuru Kiki
Japanese (Trans): Castle, Heian Era~A Crisis that is Imminently Approaching
Movie 8 BGM - Satoshi sends out Hikozaru against Lucario.
Japan 14:31 応戦だ!!
Japanese (Romanized): Ousen da!!
Japanese (Trans): Fighting Back!!
Movie 8 BGM - Satoshi's Buoysel and Sumomo's Lucario have a fierce battle.
Japan 17:00 アーロン1
Japanese (Trans): Aaron1
Movie 8 BGM - Satoshi's Buoysel uses Aqua Jet, while Sumomo's Lucario uses Force Palm.
Japan 20:19 水の民のカーニバル
Japanese (Romanized): Mizu no Tami no Kaanibaru
Japanese (Trans): Carnival of the People of the Water
Movie 9 BGM - The battle finishes in a draw. Faced with a decision, Sumomo decides to give the badge to Satoshi for the great battle he did.
Japan 21:54 風のメッセージ
Japanese (Romanized): Kaze no Message
Japanese (Trans): Message of the Wind
Ending Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 23:14 2006-2010(DP)-M22 206ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 206-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (Trans): Route 206 (Day)
Professor Okido's Pokémon Encyclopedia
Japan 23:20 2006-2010(DP)-M08 201ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 201-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (Trans): Route 201 (Day)
Okido explains the characteristics of Satoshi's Gliger.
Japan 24:03 Okido's Senryū Theme Okido recites a Senryū.
Japan 24:15 2006-2010(DP)-M24 新サトシのテーマ
Japanese (Romanized): Shin Satoshi no thema
Japanese (Trans): Satoshi's New Theme
Diamond & Pearl Episode 69 preview
Japan 24:44 2006-2010(DP)-M01 けんきゅうじょ(オープニング)
Japanese (Romanized): Kenkyūjo (Opening)
Japanese (Trans): Laboratory (Opening)
Sponsor Message

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 21
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 0
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No doubt, one of the best battles in history. Intense, full of surprises and awesome movie 8 music to complement Lucario.

Also, Shimura did really well animating this one. A lot of people actually miss took the animator and thought it was done by Iwane :D

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This is one of the most epic gym battles I have ever seen!
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Summary:
Having once again remembered how enjoyable battling is and what it means to be a Gym Leader thanks to Hikari, Sumomo accepts Satoshi's request for a Gym match! And thus, the Gym match at the Tobari Gym has finally begun! The first Pokémon the Fighting Type Pokémon Trainer Sumomo sent out was the "Superpower Pokémon" Goriky! Satoshi answers by making it battle Mukubird, which is currently training to use a new move! How will Satoshi battle Sumomo, who is saving the Lucario she works as a perfect team with for later? And how will the battle conclude?

Voice Cast:
Rica Matsumoto: Satoshi
Ikue Ohtani: Pikachu
Yuji Ueda: Takeshi
Megumi Toyoguchi: Hikari
Megumi Hayashibara: Musashi
Shinichiro Miki: Kojiro
Inuko Inuyama: Nyarth
Aya Endo: Sumomo
Etsuko Kozakura: Pochama
Chie Sato: Eteboth
Tomoko Kawakami: Mimirol
Chinami Nishimura: Pachirisu
Katsuyuki Konishi: Gureggru
Daisuke Sakaguchi: Lucario
Kiyotaka Furushima: Mukubird
Unsho Ishizuka: Narration
Last edited 03 Jun 2016 11:51 PM by Adamant