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Romeo and Ralph
Both are not similar. Romeo and Juliet loved each other, but not Ralph and Emily who hated each other but they did not fall in love at the end of the episode.--ForceFire 07:01, 25 April 2012 (UTC)
When I said that the episode was about the pokemon, their trainers, and how they fell in love, I meant how the pokemon were in love, not the trainers.
Pokémon's Trainer Choice sections
Return to the user page of "Amanater".
You started a project without the staff's consent. If you would like to make specific edits on a lot of pages, then it qualifies as a project, and you should consult a staff member first. Masatoshitalk 03:55, 17 July 2012 (UTC)