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JE144: A Crowning Achievement

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"A Crowning Achievement"
ヤドキング!おうじゃのしるし!
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Episode Code
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Season
Pokémon: Master Quest
Japanese
Air Date
United States
Air Date
JapanFlag.svg August 8, 2002 UnitedStatesFlag.svg August 23, 2003
Badge(s)
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Chronology
JE143 {{{epcode}}} JE145

Synopsis

While en route to Mt. Silver, Ash and co encounter even more Slowpoke and a King's Rock on a stalagmite. As they were about to investigate it, a young researcher stops them. She and her father explain that that rock is to crown the next Slowking, but the rock is guarded by Shellder. Will Alice's Slowpoke be the next king?

Quotes

James: So the twerps have a little lunch by the lake, huh?
Meowth: Yeah, and while they're lunchin' lunch, we'll pinch Pikachu, right Jess?
[Jessie, however, is eating a sandwich]
James: Hey, who said it was lunch time?
Meowth: Yeah, where's ours?
Jessie: [with a full mouth] It's all gone.

Jessie: Well did you guys hear that?
James: I heard king, and king means jewels.
Meowth: And jewels mean dough. LOTS OF DOUGH!

Trivia

  • This was the final episode in the entire series that used hand-colored cel animation. Every episode after this from JE145 onward uses Digital-colored cel animation. Other series went through the change to digital colored cell animation, including Inuyasha, Big O and Batman Beyond.
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