Trainers must battle her and her fiancé in a Double Battle in order to eat in the restaurant for free. Kylie and Roman first battled with Ash and Brock and were easily defeated by them. Then, they were about to battle May and Dawn. Unfortunately, before they could start, Team Rocket broke into the restaurant and stole all of the food.
Kylie tried to use her Munchlax to help May's Munchlax locate the missing food, but it seemed to be thrown off easily.
After May and Dawn dealt with Team Rocket, Kylie and Roman officially started their battle with the two girls. Although putting up a good fight, they were defeated.
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This listing is of Kylie's known Pokémon in the anime:
After the food was reclaimed, the Trainers agreed to continue the battle. Piplup started with a Bubble Beam, only to be countered then hit by Drifloon's Constrict, grabbing hold of Piplup in the process. Piplup then attacked Drifloon—along with Girafarig—with a Whirlpool and was finished off in a combination of Piplup's Bubble Beam and Blaziken's Fire Spin.
A character named Kylie appears at the Seven Stars Restaurant in the English translation of Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum and may also be battled in a Double Battle alongside a character named Roman. However, the game Kylie's Japanese name is ココ Coco and her Pokémon are different from what is shown in the anime. In the games, Kylie's father is the owner of the restaurant, while Roman's father is its chef.
"This succulent flavor! It reminds me of a world trip I took. My father and I traveled everywhere dining at only the best restaurants. Eating this fabulous meal has really lifted my spirits. Join us for a battle?"
"Ohh... How could I lose at dear Papa's restaurant?"
After being defeated
"Your father's cooking has a very magical quality to it. It seems to perk people up with energy."
Kylie's Japanese name contains natsu, meaning summer. Her fiancé's Japanese name contains aki, meaning autumn.
Kylie tends to use English phrases in the Japanese version, such as "Wonderful!" and, "Nice idea!"
Despite being a beautiful older female, Brock does not show romantic interest for her. However this may be due to Brock respecting her engagement status. He is shown to respect marriage status, as illustrated by his reaction upon learning that a Nurse Joy was married in Drifloon on the Wind!.