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The Underground Round Up! (116)

Discussion in 'Pokémon - Orange League' started by Serebii, Oct 22, 2004.

  1. Serebii

    Serebii And, as if by magic, the webmaster appeared... Staff Member Admin

    The Underground Round-Up!

    Having to travel by Boat, Ash & Co. arrive on Hamlin Island, their Final stop before returning to Kanto to discover that the town is being attacked by hundreds of Electrodes. A Man named Poncho is trying to stop them with his Digletts...Can he do it before explosive means are used?

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  2. Alfonso

    Alfonso Derpgull

    I loved this episode, strangly. Yes, I know, fillerish. But I still liked it, even with it's below-par animation and such.

    I think it has something to do with Poncho. I'm like, his ONLY fan. Pity he didn't join up with the group, 'cause it would have been fun having an older person with them. One thing though, he had WAY more than 6 Pokemon. I think if you provide a Public Service, you can have as many Pokemon as you want, providing that they are used for the service in question.

    Poncho > Ethan.
     
    Last edited: Nov 5, 2004
  3. Eeeee....... Poncho in Ash`s group? Nah, he is quite old and I don`t see him with kids.
    But he has cool Digletts LOL

    Ummm.... this episode was pretty weird. I mean, I like it, but it had something about...ummm.... sex? First was one Voltorb and later a lot of Electrodes ^.~ ehem...
    I`m wondering, which Electrode is a Father or Mother of them.
    Oh, how cute shippy we can find there: Voltorb and Togepi :)
     
  4. I love this episode, cause about Togepi in it!
     
  5. Actually you can see Togepi in every episode :p
     
  6. Yes, but he was major role, poor sad Togi, *Togepi cries.*
     
  7. Oh yes, I forgot, he learnt Metronome :p
    Honestly, Togepi was so small but so powerful ^^
     
  8. Yes; the scenes with Togepi and Voltorb were so kawaii!-^_^- Didn't really like Voltorb's voice in this eppie though; the one from the Fuschia Gym ep was so much cooler!;) *giggles at Togi's Metronome of the day* Who expected it to turn out as SPLASH of all things?!:p Poncho was a pretty cool character; plus he had a Dugtrio! You don't see many of those in the animé nowadays...;) Overall; 7/10.
     
  9. Jesse GS the II

    Jesse GS the II I was frozen today!

    What's all this "he" stuff?

    And I didn't think I was the only one to notice the change in Voltorb's voice. This was certainly one of the earlier examples of 4Kids getting lazy with the voice manipulations - you notice that in "The Ninja-Poké Showdown" (GOD, I HATE THAT TITLE) Voltorb's voice has an electric undertone and is sped up slightly; here, such is not the case. And that same episode (I'm not typing the title again) introduced Venomoth, whose voice was also electronically altered upon its first appearance and that altering was never applied again.
     
  10. wobbanut

    wobbanut Team Awesome

    This episode isn't all that interesting, but it was interesting how Team Rocket was recruited to be the ones to take the electrodes out of the city and were almost able to get away with it. :)
     
  11. Aptenodytes

    Aptenodytes Well-Known Member

    this episode was ok... it wasnt the best but it was still interesting to watch
     
  12. lightspeed

    lightspeed Guest

    This episode was average; not that interesting but I like the scenes of Togepi and Voltorb together...
     
  13. Ashy Boy

    Ashy Boy Paul's #1 Rival

    I didn't like the episode, partly because Ash and Co were helpless in stopping TR
     
  14. Battra

    Battra Well-Known Member

    Poncho a guy so epic he doesn't need a last name. Very good episode I liked when Misty's expression when she found Togepi rolling around on the Voltorb. Really interesting that that they went with the invasive species angle with the Voltorb and Electrode, it only takes one before the whole ecosystem is out of whack. Also enjoyed Poncho being based off of Clint Eastwood.
     
  15. Kinda of a boring filler, but alright;), kind of wierd though
     
  16. mewmew202

    mewmew202 Well-Known Member

    An ok episode, pretty good but not excellent. Another of the many team rocket failures.
     
  17. Battra

    Battra Well-Known Member

    Watching this again i'm noticing echoes of introduced species and the problems they cause in the storyline with the Voltorb & Electrode, most noticeably the same way Africanized Honey bees came into existence as part of an experiment.
     
  18. (s.i.e)

    (s.i.e) ★skydragon★

    all those multiple voltorb voices are pretty annoying to hear, for the rest it's a good episode.
     
  19. kingkoopa1080

    kingkoopa1080 Well-Known Member

    Not a bad filler. Couldnt figure out what move togepi got from metronome but i guess it was just splash
     
  20. Tadashi

    Tadashi kiss my greens

    I noticed that, too... It's very disappointing.

    I liked Poncho, actually. His method of using the Diglett to make tunnels to remove the Voltorb and Electrode was interesting... however, that was one screwy plot and there wasn't much else of interest, I'm sorry to say :<
     

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