Opening / Ending Details
ハロー!サンキュー!
Title ハロー!サンキュー!
Hello! Thank you!
Song ハロー! サンキュー!
Song Artist ベッキー(&ポケパークKIDS合唱団) Becki (&PokéPark Kids Gasshō-dan)

Summary:

The Pokémon Sunday ending Hello! Thank You! (ハロー!サンキュー!) is sung by Becky, one of the original hosts of the show. The ending features clips from some of the Pokémon shorts, Movies and the Advanced Generation opening Pokémon Symphonic Medley (ポケモン シンフォニック メドレー).

The song begins with various Pokémon jumping and waving as Pikachu, Takeshi Mizugorou, Satoshi's Heigani go down a slide and are then followed by Haruka's Eneco, Satoshi's Cotoise, Haruka's Fushigidane, Takeshi's Hasubrero and finally Haruka's Wakasyamo. The scene changes to the same Pokémon who are joined by a Ametama, skipping together with a large rope.

The next scene features a bunch of Pokémon sliding down a hill on giant leaves. Pikachu and a Sohnano slide down on the same leaf, followed by the Pichu Brothers on another leaf, Kasumi's Psyduck and Satoshi's Hinoarashi, Kasumi's Sunnygo and Kasumi's Togepi on the other leaves.

The scene changes to the Pokémon Merry-Go-Round attraction rendered in CGI. The camera spins around it and it features Raikou, Entei, and Suicune instead of horses. The scene changes to the Pokémon Symphonic Medley segment with Entei, Suicune and Raikou jumping from ruin to ruin as they fall apart behind them as Latios and Latias fly over them.

The Pokémon Giant Ferris Wheel attraction is featured next. Each ride compartment are designed as various Poké ball types. The Alto Mare Gondola Cruise is displayed next and is once again a computer rendered representation of the ride. Latios and Latias are on either end of the boat. A quick segment from Movie 5 in the Secret Garden with Pikachu, Latios and Latias is shown.

The ending transitions to the Pokémon Star Swing CGI rendering until it switches to a brief scene from Movie 6 with the main characters and Jirachi as it transports a bunch of candy bars for them. The next attraction that is featured is the Rayquaza roller coaster which has a first person perspective of the ride as it goes down the tracks. The CGI sequence is followed by a scene from Movie 7 where Deoxys and Rayquaza battle.

The Pikachu Forest attraction is featured with Pikachu-shaped cars as a clip of a bunch of Pikachu's from the Kanto episode Forest of Pikachu (ピカチュウのもり). The Gotta Dance Tour ride is featured which is followed by a clip from the corresponding anime short Secret Base of the Dancing Pokémon (おどるポケモンひみつ基地).

Lugia's Spinning Ship is the next attraction shown as it is preceded by a clip of Satoshi and Pikachu riding Lugia from the anime. The The Pichu Brothers' Rascal Railway is the final attraction featured in the ending.

The ending finishes with two clips from Pokémon Symphonic Medley. A valley full of hundreds of Pokémon is shown as Celebii fly's by and it transitions to the ocean. Lugia fly's by as it transitions again to more Pokémon flying in the air and running on the hills.

Episodes:


Characters:

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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Brock
  • Japan タケシ
  • Japan Takeshi
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  • United States Misty's Togepi
  • Japan カスミのトゲピー
  • Japan Kasumi no Togepi
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  • United States Meowth
  • Japan ニャース
  • Japan Nyarth
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  • United States May
  • Japan ハルカ
  • Japan Haruka
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  • United States Ash's Cyndaquil
  • Japan サトシのヒノアラシ
  • Japan Satoshi no Hinoarashi
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  • United States Ash's Totodile
  • Japan サトシのワニノコ
  • Japan Satoshi no Waninoko
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  • United States Max
  • Japan マサト
  • Japan Masato
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  • United States Ash's Phanpy
  • Japan サトシのゴマゾウ
  • Japan Satoshi no Gomazou
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  • United States Ash's Corphish
  • Japan サトシのヘイガニ
  • Japan Satoshi no Heigani
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  • United States Brock's Mudkip
  • Japan タケシのミズゴロウ
  • Japan Takeshi no Mizugorou
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  • United States Brock's Lotad
  • Japan タケシのハスボー
  • Japan Takeshi no Hassboh
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  • United States Brock's Lombre
  • Japan タケシのハスブレロ
  • Japan Takeshi no Hasubrero
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  • United States Brock's Ludicolo
  • Japan タケシのルンパッパ
  • Japan Takeshi no Runpappa
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  • United States Misty's Psyduck
  • Japan カスミのコダック
  • Japan Kasumi no Koduck
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  • United States Jessie's Seviper
  • Japan ムサシのハブネーク
  • Japan Musashi no Habunake
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  • United States James's Cacnea
  • Japan コジロウのサボネア
  • Japan Kojirō no Sabonea
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  • United States Wobbuffet
  • Japan ソーナンス
  • Japan Sonansu
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  • United States May's Munchlax
  • Japan ハルカのゴンベ
  • Japan Haruka no Gonbe
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  • United States May's Skitty
  • Japan ハルカのエネコ
  • Japan Haruka no Eneco
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  • United States May's Torchic
  • Japan ハルカのアチャモ
  • Japan Haruka no Achamo
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  • United States Misty's Corsola
  • Japan カスミのサニーゴ
  • Japan Kasumi no Sunnygo
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  • United States Flannery's Torkoal
  • Japan アスナのコータス
  • Japan Asuna no Cotoise
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  • United States May's Bulbasaur
  • Japan ハルカのフシギダネ
  • Japan Haruka no Fushigidane
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  • United States May's Combusken
  • Japan ハルカのワカシャモ
  • Japan Haruka no Wakashamo
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  • United States Pichu (Younger brother)
  • Japan ピチュー(弟)
  • Japan Pichu (otōto)
  • Japan Pichu (Younger brother)

Wild Pokémon:

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  • United States Bulbasaur
  • Japan フシギダネ
  • Japan Fushigidane
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  • United States Ivysaur
  • Japan フシギソウ
  • Japan Fushigisou
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  • United States Venusaur
  • Japan フシギバナ
  • Japan Fushigibana
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  • United States Butterfree
  • Japan バタフリー
  • Japan Butterfree
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  • United States Beedrill
  • Japan スピアー
  • Japan Spear
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  • United States Pidgey
  • Japan ポッポ
  • Japan Poppo
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  • United States Raticate
  • Japan ラッタ
  • Japan Ratta
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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Sandshrew
  • Japan サンド
  • Japan Sand
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  • United States Sandslash
  • Japan サンドパン
  • Japan Sandpan
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  • United States Golbat
  • Japan ゴルバット
  • Japan Golbat
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  • United States Oddish
  • Japan ナゾノクサ
  • Japan Nazonokusa
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  • United States Vileplume
  • Japan ラフレシア
  • Japan Rafflesia
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  • United States Venomoth
  • Japan モルフォン
  • Japan Morphon
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  • United States Growlithe
  • Japan ガーディ
  • Japan Gardie
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  • United States Alakazam
  • Japan フーディン
  • Japan Foodin
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  • United States Machoke
  • Japan ゴーリキー
  • Japan Goriky
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  • United States Bellsprout
  • Japan マダツボミ
  • Japan Madatsubomi
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  • United States Ponyta
  • Japan ポニータ
  • Japan Ponyta
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  • United States Slowpoke
  • Japan ヤドン
  • Japan Yadon
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  • United States Magnemite
  • Japan コイル
  • Japan Coil
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  • United States Doduo
  • Japan ドードー
  • Japan Dodo
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  • United States Dodrio
  • Japan ドードリオ
  • Japan Dodrio
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  • United States Muk
  • Japan ベトベトン
  • Japan Betbeton
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  • United States Lickitung
  • Japan ベロリンガ
  • Japan Beroringa
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  • United States Koffing
  • Japan ドガース
  • Japan Dogas
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  • United States Weezing
  • Japan マタドガス
  • Japan Matadogas
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  • United States Seaking
  • Japan アズマオウ
  • Japan Azumao
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  • United States Lapras
  • Japan ラプラス
  • Japan Laplace
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  • United States Mew
  • Japan ミュウ
  • Japan Mew
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  • United States Furret
  • Japan オオタチ
  • Japan Ootachi
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  • United States Cleffa
  • Japan ピィ
  • Japan Py
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  • United States Igglybuff
  • Japan ププリン
  • Japan Pupurin
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  • United States Xatu
  • Japan ネイティオ
  • Japan Natio
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  • United States Mareep
  • Japan メリープ
  • Japan Merriep
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  • United States Sunflora
  • Japan キマワリ
  • Japan Kimawari
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  • United States Shuckle
  • Japan ツボツボ
  • Japan Tsubotsubo
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  • United States Mantine
  • Japan マンタイン
  • Japan Mantain
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  • United States Smoochum
  • Japan ムチュール
  • Japan Muchul
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  • United States Magby
  • Japan ブビィ
  • Japan Buby
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  • United States Raikou
  • Japan ライコウ
  • Japan Raikou
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  • United States Entei
  • Japan エンテイ
  • Japan Entei
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  • United States Suicune
  • Japan スイクン
  • Japan Suicune
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  • United States Lugia
  • Japan ルギア
  • Japan Lugia
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  • United States Celebi
  • Japan セレビィ
  • Japan Celebi
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  • United States Mightyena
  • Japan グラエナ
  • Japan Graena
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  • United States Zigzagoon
  • Japan ジグザグマ
  • Japan Ziguzaguma
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  • United States Linoone
  • Japan マッスグマ
  • Japan Massuguma
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  • United States Lotad
  • Japan ハスボー
  • Japan Hassboh
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  • United States Shiftry
  • Japan ダーテング
  • Japan Dirteng
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  • United States Wingull
  • Japan キャモメ
  • Japan Camome
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  • United States Pelipper
  • Japan ペリッパー
  • Japan Pelipper
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  • United States Surskit
  • Japan アメタマ
  • Japan Ametama
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  • United States Whismur
  • Japan ゴニョニョ
  • Japan Gonyonyo
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  • United States Loudred
  • Japan ドゴーム
  • Japan Dogohmb
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  • United States Nosepass
  • Japan ノズパス
  • Japan Nosepass
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  • United States Delcatty
  • Japan エネコロロ
  • Japan Enekororo
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  • United States Electrike
  • Japan ラクライ
  • Japan Rakurai
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  • United States Sharpedo
  • Japan サメハダー
  • Japan Samehader
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  • United States Wailord
  • Japan ホエルオー
  • Japan Whaloh
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  • United States Camerupt
  • Japan バクーダ
  • Japan Bakuuda
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  • United States Trapinch
  • Japan ナックラー
  • Japan Nuckrar
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  • United States Cacturne
  • Japan ノクタス
  • Japan Noctus
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  • United States Swablu
  • Japan チルット
  • Japan Tyltto
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  • United States Armaldo
  • Japan アーマルド
  • Japan Armaldo
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  • United States Kecleon
  • Japan カクレオン
  • Japan Kakureon
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  • United States Tropius
  • Japan トロピウス
  • Japan Tropius
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  • United States Wynaut
  • Japan ソーナノ
  • Japan Sohnano
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  • United States Snorunt
  • Japan ユキワラシ
  • Japan Yukiwarashi
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  • United States Bagon
  • Japan タツベイ
  • Japan Tatsubay
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  • United States Latias
  • Japan ラティアス
  • Japan Latias
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  • United States Latios
  • Japan ラティオス
  • Japan Latios
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  • United States Rayquaza
  • Japan レックウザ
  • Japan Rayquaza
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  • United States Jirachi
  • Japan ジラーチ
  • Japan Jirachi
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  • United States Deoxys
  • Japan デオキシス
  • Japan Deoxys

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