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JE079: The Poké Spokesman
|"The Poké Spokesman"|
|Pokémon: Johto League Champions|
|April 26, 2001||March 23, 2002|
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
During their trek to Olivine City, Ash notices Pikachu seems tired for some reason. Just then a man named Simon, who can comunicate with Pokémon, offers his help. A short while later the local Officer Jenny claims that Simon is a fraud who has been scamming people. Is she right? And if not, who are the real culprits?
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Simon says he speaks "fluent Pokemon", suggesting that although each Pokemon only says it's name (or makes other noises, such as Onix) this is the same language regardless of Pokemon species. There is no "Pikachu language" or "Bulbasaur language" etc, just one overall Pokemon language. This has been demonstrated on numerous occassions when different Pokemon easily communicate with each other as though they were speaking.
- Officer Jenny says that Pokemon can't understand human speech, but this is obviously not the case, otherwise trainers would not be able to give their Pokemon orders in battle. Pikachu for example, has never had any trouble understanding Ash or any other humans in or out of battle, plus PIkachu has always been able to convey various messages to Ash, mainly through gesture/mime, but should have been able to defend Simon.