BW065: Evolution Exchange Excitement!

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"Evolution Exchange Excitement!"
Episode Code
Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies
Air Date
United States
Air Date
JapanFlag.svg Jan-19-2012 UnitedStatesFlag.svg May-26-2012
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BW064 {{{epcode}}} BW066

Episode Plot[edit | edit source]

After the events of the last episode Bianca is now ready to trade her Shelmet for a Karrablast Professor Juniper caught. The trade was successful but when Bianca wanted to try out her new Pokémon, it evolved into an Escavalier for some reason. What happened to make it possible, why won't Bianca's new Pokémon obey her and why is there a Klinklang in the Chargestone Cave, and who is the old man that came out of the cave as the battle ended?

Debuts[edit | edit source]


  • Cedric Juniper


  • Klinklang
  • Klink


  • Trade Machine V 5.0

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The way Shelmet and Karrablast evolve sounds near similar to another method of evolution explained in IL066: The Evolution Solution.
    • Karrablast would use the shell Shelmet discards as armor as an Escavalier, whereas, as an Accelgor, Shelmet would gain incredible speed from not carrying the shell anymore.
  • Bianca had the same problem that Ash had with his Charmeleon in IL044: The Problem with Paras and Dawn had in DP106: A Breed Stampede!: Her newly evolved Escaviler was out of control and wouldn't obey her.
  • Cedric Juniper did not appear until the end of the episode.
  • This is the first episode to depict an evolution by trading.
  • This is the third consecutive episode to feature the evolution of a main or recurring character's Pokemon, with Bianca's newly-traded Karrablast evolving into Escavalier.
  • This is also the second consecutive episode to feature the evolution of a main or recurring character's Bug-type Pokemon (Cilan's Dwebble evolved in the last episode).
  • This episode currently holds the record for most Pokedex entries in a single episode (the Pokemon being scanned are: Shelmet, Karrablast, Klink, Klinklang, Accelgor and Escavalier).
  • This is the fifth episode to depict a trade on-screen.
  • Professor Oak's Live Caster: Duosion
  • Who's That Pokemon?: Shelmet (Japan), Karrablast (U.S.)

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