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Giovanni

If you were looking for the character in the games whose Japanese name is Giovanni, see Earl Dervish. For the episode of Pokémon Origins, see File 3 - Giovanni.

Giovanni
サカキ Sakaki
"The Self-Proclaimed Strongest Trainer"
FireRed LeafGreen Giovanni.png
Art from FireRed and LeafGreen
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Birthday August 1
Eye color Black
Hair color Black*, Brown*
Hometown Viridian City
Region Kanto
Relatives Silver (son)
Madame Boss (mother, anime)
Unnamed twin brother*
Trainer class BossRBYFRLG/Rocket BossHGSS
Gym LeaderRBYFRLG
Pokémon TrainerB2W2
Generation I, III, IV, V
Games Red, Blue, Yellow, FireRed, LeafGreen, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Black 2, White 2, Stadium
Leader of Viridian Gym
Badge Earth Badge
Specializes in Ground types
Member of Team Rocket
Rank Boss
Game animation debut Pokémon Origins
English voice actor Jamieson Price
Japanese voice actor Rikiya Koyama
Anime counterpart Giovanni
Counterpart debut Battle Aboard the St. Anne
Manga counterpart(s) Giovanni (Adventures),
Giovanni (Pocket Monsters)

Giovanni (Japanese: サカキ Sakaki) was the head of Team Rocket, and served as the secretive Gym Leader of Viridian City's Gym, known officially as the Viridian Gym. He handed out the Earth Badge to Trainers who defeated him. As a Gym Leader, he specialized in Ground-type Pokémon, but his master plan includes collecting rare Pokémon of all types. He is the only character in the games to have the Trainer class BossFRLG/Rocket BossHGSS (Japanese: ロケットだんボス Team Rocket Boss).

In the games

Giovanni is the primary antagonist of the games taking place in Kanto.

In the first games Giovanni appeared in, he served a dual role: one that was well-known to the residents of Kanto, and one that was more secret. He was first shown as the leader of the villainous Team Rocket, the first of many criminal organizations to grace the Pokémon games. After he and his team of Grunts were defeated at Silph Co. by an eleven-year-old boy, Giovanni fled to a hideout that his antagonist was unaware of. Once the player returned to Viridian City, one of the major plot twists of these games revealed that Giovanni, in addition to his role as a criminal, was the final Gym Leader to be fought before the Elite Four—albeit one without a formal title. Here, he specializes in the Ground type. Once defeated, he disbanded Team Rocket and left the player with the Earth Badge and TM27 (Fissure). He then vanishes and is not seen again for the rest of the game.

Giovanni's role in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen is much the same; the one difference is that defeating him in the Gym battle will earn the player TM26 (Earthquake), instead of TM27 (Fissure). He also implies that he intends to return to power one day rather than being moved to dedicate his life to the study of Pokémon. There is a side-plot in the Sevii Islands that revolves around Giovanni; a group of Team Rocket members are trying to continue the aims of Team Rocket, but they abandon this when they realize that their leader has been defeated once and for all.

In Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, a group of Team Rocket members tries to relaunch the old team. They take over Goldenrod Radio Tower, and broadcast a radio announcement intended for Giovanni. Only in HeartGold and SoulSilver is it revealed that Giovanni does hear the broadcast, from his hideout in Tohjo Falls - an event in the remakes involving a time-traveling Celebi allows Ethan and Lyra to travel back in time and defeat Giovanni at the same time the rest of Team Rocket is being defeated. Upon defeat he will begin ranting about how he keeps losing to children and, like before, Giovanni will leave the room and disappear. Later, in Kanto, it is revealed that Blue took over the Viridian Gym after his disappearance.

The Celebi event also reveals some of Giovanni's background from the three years between Generation I/III and Generation II/IV. While it was mentioned in FireRed and LeafGreen that Giovanni has a son with red hair, the son's identity wasn't revealed until the time-travel event in HeartGold and SoulSilver. As many fans speculated (and as was mentioned in the Pokémon Adventures manga series), this son is the rival of the Johto player character, Silver. Much of Silver's personality is a result of the treatment he received from Giovanni, which includes abandonment. Like many of Giovanni's other actions throughout the games, this reflects on his selfishness.

Giovanni reappears in Black 2 and White 2 in the Pokémon World Tournament, replacing Blue, who instead participates in the Champions Tournament. Giovanni returns to using Ground types exclusively. While the announcer usually introduces Gym Leaders by their title, Giovanni, who does not have a title, is introduced as "The Self-Proclaimed Strongest Trainer" (Japanese: さいきょうの トレーナーと なのる Claiming Himself the Strongest Trainer).

Fame Checker

This is a list of the Fame Checker's information on Giovanni in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Rocket HQ - Giovanni
What does this person do?
Team Rocket captures Pokémon from around the world. They're important tools for keeping our criminal enterprise going. I am the leader, Giovanni!
Silph Co. - Scientist
Favorite kind of Pokémon?
Those thugs that took over our building... Their Boss said he was looking for strong Pokémon.
Silph Co. - Scientist
What is this person like?
Team Rocket's Boss is terribly cruel! To him, Pokémon are just tools to be used.
Viridian Gym - Giovanni
What does this person do?
Welcome to my hideout! It shall be so until I can restore Team Rocket to its former glory.
Viridian Gym - Man
What does this person do?
Blow me away! Giovanni was the Gym Leader of Viridian?
Rocket Warehouse - Team Rocket Scientist Gideon
Family and Friends?
You... You're not Giovanni's kid, are you? No, that can't be right. Giovanni's kid has red hair.
Message from Giovanni
  • From: Giovanni
  • To: [Player]
"There is nothing I wish to say to you.
I will concentrate solely on bettering myself, and none other."

Pokémon

Pokémon Red, Blue, and Green

First battle


Second battle


Gym battle


Pokémon Yellow

First battle


Second battle


Gym battle


Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

First battle


Second battle


Gym battle


Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver



Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Pokémon World Tournament

Giovanni uses three of these Pokémon in Single Battles, four in Double and Rotation Battles, and all six in Triple Battles. Giovanni will always lead with his signature Pokémon, Rhyperior.

Kanto Leaders Tournament


Type Expert/World Leaders Tournament


Pokémon Stadium

Round 1


Round 2


Quotes

Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow

Rocket Hideout
  • Before battle
"So! I must say, I am impressed you got here!"
  • Being defeated
"WHAT! This cannot be!"
  • After being defeated
"I see that you raise Pokémon with utmost care. A child like you would never understand what I hope to achieve. I shall step aside this time! I hope we meet again..."
Silph Co.
  • Before battle
"Ah, <player>! So we meet again! The President and I are discussing a vital business proposition. Keep your nose out of grown-up matters... Or experience a world of pain!"
  • Being defeated
"Arrgh!! I lost again!?"
  • After being defeated
"Blast it all! You ruined our plans for Silph! But Team Rocket will never fall! <Player>, never forget that all Pokémon exist for Team Rocket! I must go, but I shall return!"
Viridian Gym
  • Before battle
"Fwahahaha! This is my hideout! I planned to resurrect Team Rocket here! But, you have caught me again! So be it! This time, I'm not holding back! Once more, you shall face Giovanni, the greatest trainer!"
  • Being defeated
"Ha! That was a truly intense fight! You have won! As proof, here is the Earth Badge!"
  • After being defeated
"The Earth Badge makes Pokémon of any level obey! It is evidence of your mastery as a Pokémon trainer! With it, you can enter the Pokémon League! It is my gift for your Pokémon League challenge!"
"TM27 is Fissure! It will take out Pokémon with just one hit! I made it when I ran the Gym here, too long ago..."
"Having lost, I cannot face my underlings! Team Rocket is finished forever! I will dedicate my life to the study of Pokémon! Let us meet again some day! Farewell!"

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

Rocket Hideout
  • Before battle
"So! I must say, I am impressed you got here. Team Rocket captures Pokémon from around the world. They're important tools for keeping our criminal enterprise going. I am the leader, Giovanni! For your insolence, you will feel a world of pain!"
  • Being defeated
"WHAT! This can't be!"
  • After being defeated
"I see that you raise Pokémon with utmost care. A child like you would never understand what I hope to achieve. I shall step aside this time! I hope we met again..."
Silph Co.
  • Before battle
"Ah, <player>! So we meet again! The President and I are discussing a vital business proposition. Keep your nose out of grown-up matters... Or experience a world of pain!"
  • Being defeated
"Arrgh!! I lost again!?"
  • After being defeated
"Blast it all! You ruined our plans for Silph! But Team Rocket will never fall! <Player>, never forget that all Pokémon exist for Team Rocket! I must go, but I shall return!"
Viridian Gym
  • Before battle
"Fwahahaha! Welcome to my hideout! It shall be so until I can restore Team Rocket to its former glory. But, you have found me again. So be it. This time, I'm not holding back! Once more, you shall face Giovanni, the greatest Trainer!"
  • Being defeated
"Ha! That was a truly intense fight. You have won! As proof, here is the Earth Badge!"
  • After being defeated
"The Earth Badge makes Pokémon of any level obey without question. It is evidence of your mastery as a Pokémon Trainer. With it, you can challenge the Pokémon League. Also, take this TM. Consider it a gift for your Pokémon League challenge."
"TM26 contains Earthquake. It is a powerful attack that causes a massive tremor. I made it when I ran the Gym here, far too long ago..."
"Having lost in this fashion, I can't face my followers. I have betrayed their trust. As of today, Team Rocket is finished forever! As for myself, I shall dedicate my life to training again. Let us meet again someday! Farewell!"

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Route 22 (event)

".................. One must acknowledge one's defeat before he can move on... I will go solo...for now... So that one day I will form a stronger organization!"
"Putting together the potential of many is how you produce a huge power... That's what an organization is... That's the strength of an organization! I failed...to make the best use of my subordinates' potential...! But you shall witness one day the revival of me and my Team Rocket!"
".................. One day, you will understand."

Tohjo Falls (event)

  • Upon the player's arrival
"... I don't know why you have come here. Anyway, I have to warn you that this is not a place for kids like you."
"You have a certain look... It reminds me of the kid who stood in front of me three years ago... You have the same eyes... I'm on my way to Goldenrod City to answer the call and join my team. Are you going to get in my way?"
"My old associates need me... We will not repeat the failure of three years ago! Team Rocket will be born again, and I will rule the world!"
  • After sending out last Pokémon
"What in the world was that? Don't tell me some inexperienced kid can possibly be that strong!"
  • During battle, last Pokémon low on health
"What was that?"
  • Being defeated
"What in the world are you?"
  • After being defeated
"How this is possible...? The past three years have been a waste...? How can a kid like you manage to destroy my dream once again? The precious dream of Team Rocket has become little more than an illusion..."
  • If the player is defeated
"Mark my words. Not being able to measure your own strength shows that you are still but a child."

Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

Pokémon World Tournament

  • Before battle (all rounds)
"For your insolence, you will feel a world of pain!"
  • Being defeated
"What? Me, lose?!"
  • If the player is defeated
"Ha! That was a truly intense fight!"
  • After being defeated
"Haarg! I lose?! There is nothing I wish to say to you!"
  • After winning
"I hope we meet again..."
  • In the lobby, after the tournament
"I'll tell you this now... No matter how strong you are, someday you'll lose."

Artwork

Sugimorigiovannioriginal.png Red Blue Giovanni.png
Headshot from
Red and Blue
Official artwork from
Generation I

Sprites

Spr RG Giovanni.png Spr Y Giovanni.png Spr FRLG Giovanni.png Spr HGSS Giovanni.png Spr B2W2 Giovanni.png VSGiovanni.png
Sprite from
Red and Blue
Sprite from
Yellow
Sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
VS sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Giovanni I OD.png Giovanni III OD.png Giovanni IV OD.png Giovanni OD.png Giovanni Stadium.png
Overworld sprite from
Generation I
Overworld sprite from
FireRed and LeafGreen
Overworld sprite from
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Overworld sprite from
Black 2 and White 2
Portrait from
Stadium

In the anime

Giovanni in the Best Wishes series

In the main series

Main article: Giovanni (anime)

Giovanni appears in the anime as the head of Team Rocket.

In Pokémon Origins

Giovanni in Pokémon Origins

Giovanni appeared in the Pokémon Origins episode File 3 - Giovanni. Red first recalled meeting him at the Rocket Hideout. They later encountered again at Silph Co. after Team Rocket had taken over the building. Seeing Red's arrogant and determined attitude to stop Team Rocket every time, Giovanni decided to put him in his place, and battled Red's Charizard with his Nidoqueen, winning easily before escaping with a helicopter, declaring that Red could never understand what he was hoping to achieve.

Giovanni as a child

Giovanni appeared once more as the Viridian Gym Leader. Giovanni accepted his Gym challenge, but Red claimed that he would battle him as the enemy of all Pokémon, instead of a Gym Leader. Hearing this, Giovanni put aside his usual Gym Leader battling team and took out his strongest pair of Pokémon, contained within Ultra Balls. The first one was Rhyhorn, which single-handedly was able to defeat four of Red's Pokémon before drawing with his Hitmonlee. During the battle, Giovanni started actually feeling excited, and wondered why he was feeling that way. When he saw the pose Red took while sending out his Charizard, he finally remembered his childhood passion for Pokémon and battling, and wondered how he could have ever turned into a person who only treated Pokémon as tools for business. After Red's Charizard had defeated Giovanni's last Pokémon, Rhydon, Giovanni offered him the Earth Badge as a proof of his victory. Red, however, refused to take a Badge from the Boss of Team Rocket. Seeing this, Giovanni turned to his minions, informing them that from that moment onwards, Team Rocket would be offically disbanded. He then turned back to Red, now offering the Badge to him not as the Boss of Team Rocket but as the Viridian City Gym Leader. Red accepted the Earth Badge and left, heading for the Pokémon League.

As his battle with Red had reminded Giovanni of how Pokémon could be taken as fun rather than business, he decided that he wanted to find a new path for himself and his Pokémon, without being the Boss of Team Rocket any longer.

Pokémon

On hand
Giovanni's Nidoqueen
Nidoqueen
Giovanni used Nidoqueen to battle Red's Charizard at Silph Co. and won easily.

Nidoqueen's known moves are Double Kick and Surf.

Debut File 3 - Giovanni
Giovanni's Rhyhorn
Rhyhorn
Rhyhorn was the first Pokémon Giovanni used in his Gym battle against Red. It was able to defeat Red's Victreebel, Kabutops, Snorlax, and Jolteon, despite the former two having the type advantage. It finally drew with Red's Hitmonlee.

Rhyhorn's known moves are Horn Attack, Take Down, Thunderbolt, and Horn Drill.

Debut File 3 - Giovanni
Giovanni's Rhydon
Rhydon
Rhydon was the second Pokémon Giovanni used in his Gym battle against Red. It went up against Red's Charizard and lost after a tough fight, taken down by Charizard's Seismic Toss.

Rhydon's known moves are Mega Punch, Fury Attack, and Horn Drill.

Debut File 3 - Giovanni
Status unknown
Giovanni's Charmander
Charmander
Charmander only appeared in a flashback during Giovanni's battle with Red, when Giovanni recalled the time having one in his youth.

None of Charmander's moves are known.

Debut File 3 - Giovanni

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 小山力也 Rikiya Koyama
English Jamieson Price
Italian Raffaele Farina
European Spanish Richard del Olmo

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Giovanni in the fifth chapter
Main article: Giovanni (Adventures)

In Pokémon Adventures, Giovanni serves much the same role as he does in the games, although he now has Lt. Surge, Sabrina, and Koga as subordinates. However, Giovanni is much more ruthless than his other counterparts.

In the How I Became a Pokémon Card manga

In How I Became a Pokémon Card, a short manga by Kagemaru Himeno, he and Persian were shown to have been together for a long time, as he rescued the Pokémon when he was a child.

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga

Giovanni and his twin brother
Main article: Giovanni (Pocket Monsters)

Giovanni is the boss of Team Rocket in Pokémon Pocket Monsters.

In the Pokémon Zensho manga

Giovanni in Pokémon Zensho

Giovanni appears in Celadon City watching Satoshi from the hidden cameras within the Silph Co. building. He has one of his minions to try to stop Satoshi from reaching him. Two chapters later, he has taken the boss of Silph Co. hostage and threatens to harm him if he refuses to tell Giovanni where the Master Ball was. However, he is interrupted when Satoshi and Sabrina teleport their way to the top floor. Lapras uses Mist to blind Nidoqueen, but she launches a Poison Sting attack. One of the needles from the attacks hits Giovanni. Satoshi and the others manage to escape afterwards. In Viridian City, Giovanni was revealed to be the final Gym Leader that Satoshi challenges. Satoshi manages to defeat him and earns the Earth Badge.

Pokémon

Giovanni's Nidoqueen
Nidoqueen
While taking over the Silph Co., Giovanni used Nidoqueen to hold the Silph co. boss hostage.

Nidoqueen's only known move is Poison Sting.

Debut Saffron City
Giovanni's Rhydon
Rhydon
Rhydon was Satoshi's opponent for his final Gym battle. It went up against his Lapras and was defeated by his Charizard after Satoshi switched out Lapras.

Rhydon's only known move is Take Down.

Debut Viridian City
At the Pokémon Tower
Giovanni's Machamp
Machamp
Giovanni has owned this Machamp ever since he was a child. When it passed away, it turned him into a bitter person. The spirit of Machamp was called out by one of the Team Rocket grunts to deal with Satoshi. However, it was defeated by Gastly as physical attacks had no effect on the Ghost-type Pokémon.
Debut Celadon City
Giovanni's Nidoking
Nidoking
Giovanni has owned this Nidoking ever since his childhood. He first appeared in Satoshi's flashback while Satoshi was in his house. At the Viridian Gym, Nidoking appeared in Giovanni's imagination where it was revealed that his passing during Giovanni's childhood turned him into a bitter person.
Debut Viridian City
Giovanni's Kangaskhan
Kangaskhan
Kangaskhan only appeared shadowed in Satoshi's imagination.
Debut Viridian City

In the TCG

Giovanni has an eponymous Theme Deck in the Gym Challenge expansion.

Artwork

GiovanniTCG1.jpg Giovannis-Last-Resort.jpg Giovannis-Way.jpg
Giovanni and the Earth Badge Giovanni sends out a Nidoking Giovanni as the Boss of Team Rocket

Cards

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Giovanni or his Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Giovanni's Pokémon
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Giovanni's Gyarados Water Gym Challenge Rare Holo 5/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare Holo  
Giovanni's Machamp Fighting Gym Challenge Rare Holo 6/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare Holo  
Giovanni's Nidoking Grass Gym Challenge Rare Holo 7/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare Holo  
Giovanni's Persian Colorless Gym Challenge Rare Holo 8/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare Holo  
Giovanni's Nidoqueen Grass Gym Challenge Rare 23/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare  
Giovanni's Pinsir Grass Gym Challenge Rare 24/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare  
Giovanni's Machoke Fighting Gym Challenge Uncommon 42/132 Challenge from the Darkness Uncommon  
Giovanni's Meowth Colorless Gym Challenge Uncommon 43/132 Challenge from the Darkness Uncommon  
Giovanni's Nidorina Grass Gym Challenge Uncommon 44/132 Challenge from the Darkness Uncommon  
Giovanni's Nidorino Grass Gym Challenge Uncommon 45/132 Challenge from the Darkness Uncommon  
Giovanni's Machop Fighting Gym Challenge Common 72/132 Challenge from the Darkness Common  
Giovanni's Magikarp Water Gym Challenge Common 73/132 Challenge from the Darkness Common  
Giovanni's Meowth Colorless Gym Challenge Common 74/132 Challenge from the Darkness Common  
Giovanni's Nidoran♀ Grass Gym Challenge Common 75/132 Challenge from the Darkness Common  
Giovanni's Nidoran♂ Grass Gym Challenge Common 76/132 Challenge from the Darkness Common  
Giovanni's Nidoking Grass       Unnumbered Promotional cards    
Other related cards
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
The Boss's Way T Team Rocket Uncommon 73/82 Rocket Gang Uncommon  
Legendary Collection Uncommon 105/110      
Giovanni T Gym Challenge Rare Holo 18/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare Holo  
Gym Challenge Rare 104/132      
Giovanni's Last Resort T Gym Challenge Rare 105/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare  
Viridian City Gym T [St] Gym Challenge Uncommon 123/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare  
 

Trivia

  • In the games, Giovanni is the only Gym Leader to appear outside of his Gym in Generation I, a feature that would become more and more common up to Generation IV, during and after which all Gym Leaders in the featured regions appear outside of their Gym in one way or another.
  • In the English version of Pokémon Stadium, his name is misspelled "Giovani" (with one n). This is because the space for Trainer names only allows seven characters, whilst Giovanni's name has eight.
  • Both Giovanni and Juan are the eighth Gym Leader in a region introduced in an odd-numbered generation. Both of their names are a foreign version of the name "John." Also, in Generation III, the manuals show them to be an unknown Gym Leader.
  • In the official Red and Blue guide from Nintendo Power, Giovanni was labeled to be a regional boss of Team Rocket (implying he's not the absolute leader). This was invalidated in Gold, Silver, and Crystal, where it was made clear that Giovanni was the absolute leader of Team Rocket (even having an office in Johto).
  • Giovanni is the only criminal boss not to involve a legendary Pokémon in his exploits in the games. This is not the case in the anime or in Pokémon Adventures.
    • Giovanni is also the only criminal boss in the anime to have shown to have Pokémon of his own, not just controlled legendary Pokémon at some point.
  • Giovanni is likely based on the boss of a Yakuza faction, possibly more on the bakuto factions than others, considering Team Rocket's former ownership of the Celadon Game Corner. Outside of Japan, this reference is localized, making him more akin to a Mafia boss (especially considering his English name being Italian in origin).
  • In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, Giovanni and Norman are tied for using more different species of Pokémon than any other Gym Leader at the Pokémon World Tournament, with a total of 10.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese サカキ Sakaki Sakaki (榊) is a sacred tree in Shinto which resembles the Earth Badge. Also from 坂/阪 saka, slope.
English, French, German,
Italian, Spanish
Giovanni From Italian Giovanni, equivalent to John, gift from God; gio rhymes with geo, from Greek γῆ , earth.
May also be a play on his resemblance to a Mafia boss in control of his mob.
Korean 비주기 Bijugi From 비쭈기나무 Bijjuginamu (Sakaki).
Chinese (Mandarin) 坂木 Bǎnmù* From the Japanese name 坂木 Sakaki. 坂 (slope) contains the radical (earth).
阪木 Bǎnmù* From the Japanese name 阪木 Sakaki. 阪 also means "slope" or "hillside".
板木 Bǎnmù* Similar to his other names. May be taken from 老板 lǎo​bǎn (boss).
Chinese (Cantonese) 沙加 Sāgā Partial transliteration of Sakaki. Also contains 沙 (sand).

Boss

Language Title
France Flag.png French Boss
Germany Flag.png German Boss
Italy Flag.png Italian Capo
Spain Flag.png Spanish Jefe

Rocket Boss

Language Title
France Flag.png French Boss Rocket
Germany Flag.png German Rocket Boss
Italy Flag.png Italian Capo Rocket
South Korea Flag.png Korean 로켓단 보스 Rocket Dan Boss
Spain Flag.png Spanish Jefe Rocket




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Last modified on 31 October 2014, at 14:06