|This article is about an episode of the Pokémon anime that has not been dubbed into English. As such, its coverage may contain romanized Japanese names, rather than dub names.|
(Japanese: サトシとハルカ！ホウエンでの熱きバトル！！ Satoshi and Haruka! Heated Battles of Hōen!!) is the 120th episode of the Advanced Generation series, and the 394th episode of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on March 24, 2005.
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In the first Pokémon clip show, the group are still on the boat looking towards the Grand Festival. Ash remembers all of his Hoenn Gym battles (except the ones for the Dynamo Badge and the Heat Badge) and then May remembers all of her Contest Battles.
- Roxanne (flashback)
- Brawly (flashback)
- Norman (flashback)
- Liza (flashback)
- Tate (flashback)
- Juan (flashback)
- Drew (flashback)
- Grace (flashback)
- Kelly (flashback)
- Harley (flashback)
- Joshua (flashback)
- Erica (flashback)
- Pikachu (Ash's)
- Swellow (Ash's)
- Grovyle (Ash's)
- Corphish (Ash's)
- Torkoal (Ash's)
- Snorunt (Ash's)
- Combusken (May's)
- Beautifly (May's)
- Skitty (May's)
- Bulbasaur (May's)
- Nosepass (Roxanne's; flashback)
- Hariyama (Brawly's; flashback)
- Slakoth (Norman's; flashback)
- Vigoroth (Norman's; flashback)
- Slaking (Norman's; flashback)
- Solrock (Tate's; flashback)
- Lunatone (Liza's; flashback)
- Seaking (Juan's; flashback)
- Luvdisc (Juan's; flashback)
- Whiscash (Juan's; flashback)
- Milotic (Juan's; flashback)
- Roselia (Drew's; flashback)
- Medicham (Grace's; flashback)
- Grumpig (Kelly's; flashback)
- Cacturne (Harley's; flashback)
- Jynx (Erica's; flashback)
- Lairon (Savannah's; flashback)
- This is the first clip show in the history of the Pokémon anime.
- This is the first episode since the very first one that Jessie, James, and Meowth did not appear in, and the only one during the Advanced Generation series.
- The clip show had unedited audio playing with the scenes that utilized clips from prior episodes, similar to the Japanese version of Mewtwo Returns.
In other languages
As most non-Japanese versions of the anime are based on the American dub, this episode has not aired anywhere outside of Japan.
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