In the games
In her bedroom, there is a Super NES with a game that has Mario with a bucket on his head, a reference to the Japan-exclusive game Mario and Wario (which was developed by Game Freak). Copycat is not her real name, rather her nickname.
In Generation I
In Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal, Copycat's Clefairy doll (which she received in Generation I from Red) is lost. It's found by a member of the Pokémon Fan Club in Vermilion City. When the player returns her lost doll, Copycat will give a ticket to ride the Magnet Train that travels between Kanto and Johto.
In between the events of Generation I and Generation II, Copycat's house in Saffron City was torn down to make room for the Magnet Train station; a "rail company man" gave her a ticket because of the demolition.
In the anime
In the TCG
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Copycat or her Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
|Copycat||T||–||Expedition Base Set||138/165|
|EX Team Rocket Returns||83/109|
|EX Dragon Frontiers||73/101|
- The fact that she has Mario & Wario would make the Mario-series a fictional fictional universe, albeit the Poké Ball-shaped planet in Super Mario Galaxy and the "Pikachu" paper clip in Yoshi's Story points at the opposite, and all three Super Smash Bros. games points at both series taking place continously in the same universe, thus creating a paradox.
Professor Oak • Mom • Red • Blue • Green • Trace • Daisy • Old man • Bill • Mr. Fuji • Safari Zone Warden • Copycat • Primo
Pokémon Fan Club Chairman • Celio • Lostelle • Teala • Selphy • Cal • Steven Stone • Maylene • Mina • Cameron • Mr. Game • Morimoto
Team Rocket • Gym guide • Gym Leaders • Elite Four • Name Rater • Day-Care Man • Professors' aides • Magikarp salesman
|This game character article is part of Project CharacterDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each character found in the Pokémon games.|