Pokémon: The Johto Journeys is the name of the third season of the Pokémon anime. This season showcases the adventures of Ash, Misty, and Brock in the Johto region, from New Bark Town up to Goldenrod City.
It originally aired as part of the 2000-2001 Kids' WB! Saturday morning line-up. The season began with The Pokémon Water War, which originally aired on August 26, 2000, and ended with The Fortune Hunters, which originally aired on May 19, 2001.
The Orange League beckons and Ash answers the call, taking on the Orange Crew and their leader, Drake. Upon returning to Pallet Town, Ash and Misty reunite with Brock and set out on the next stage of their Pokémon journey—the Johto region! Though he still has an errand to run for Professor Oak, Ash jumps with both feet into the Johto League, taking on a couple of Gym Leaders and adding Pokémon like Totodile and Chikorita to his team.
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- Ash, Misty and Brock arrive in the Johto region, and Ash registers for the Johto League. (EP117)
- Ash safely delivers the GS Ball to Kurt. (EP143)
The following Pokémon are obtained:
- Misty's Poliwag (EP110)
- Ash's Heracross (EP119)
- Ash's Chikorita (EP126)
- Ash's Cyndaquil (EP141)
- Brock's Pineco (EP143)
- Ash's Totodile (EP151)
- Ash's Noctowl (EP154)
The following Pokémon evolve:
The following Pokémon are traded:
The following Pokémon are released:
- Ash's Snorlax (left at Oak's Laboratory, EP111)
- Ash's Charizard (left in Liza's care at the Charicific Valley, can be called upon at any time; EP134)
- Ash's Heracross (left at Oak's Laboratory, EP146)
- Ash's Squirtle (rejoined Squirtle Squad, can be called upon at any time; EP147)
Ash defeats the following Gym Leaders:
Home video releases
North American DVD releases
Australian DVD releases
- The first four English dub episodes of this season aired exactly one year after the Japanese originals.
- The Mediaset Italian version of the season's theme, Always Pokémon, used a scene from the banned episode EP035.
- The tentative title of this season was "Pokémon GS".
- This season did not air in Denmark and Norway, along with Pokémon: Johto League Champions.
- In Finland and Sweden, only Don't Touch That 'dile through A Shadow of a Drought were dubbed and aired.
- This is the first dub season to contain episodes from more than one generation.
In other languages
|Bulgarian||Покемон: Джото пътешествие|
|Croatian||Pokémon: Johto liga|
|Czech||Pokémon: Johtová liga|
|Dutch|| Pokémon: De Reis Van Johto|
Pokémon: The Johto Journeys *
|Finnish||Pokémon: The Johto Journeys|
|European French||Pokémon: Voyage à Johto|
|German||Pokémon: Die Johto Reisen|
|Hungarian||Pokémon: Utazások Johtóban|
|Italian|| Always Pokémon - The Johto Journeys* |
Pokémon: I Viaggi di Johto*
|Portuguese||Brazil|| Pokémon - A Jornada Johto|
Pokémon: The Johto Journeys *
|Portugal||Pokémon - Liga Johto|
|Serbian||Pokémon: Johto liga|
|Slovak||Pokémon: Krasny Svet|
|Spanish||Latin America||Pokémon: Los Viajes Johto|
|Spain||Pokémon: Los Viajes Johto|
|Swedish||Pokémon: The Johto Journeys|
|Turkish||Pokémon: Johto Yolculukları|
|Ukrainian||Покемон: Хроніки Джото|
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