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19:20, 6 July 2012
James then says that he will go shopping in Roppongi, since it’s in the neighborhood.
Jessie admits that this talk got very personal. Then she mentions Mime Jr., Team Rocket’s Pokemon they “never stopped loving”. When pokemon appears, they all scream from excitement.
James: So cute, so cute! I want to see it!
Jessie: But you’re seeing it now.
Jessie: I wish Mime Jr. would be always together with us.
Then James and Jessie ask Ootani, what’s the key to raising Pokemon.
Ootani: I guess it’s the desire to talk.
James: Like, a conversation?
Ootani: Hmm… yeah, in Japanese.
Ootani: You might say that… well, I’m raising Pikachu who’s Satoshi’s partner… so I want to talk with him about things, I want to teach him something, things like that.
Jessie: Like, “come here!”, “this is tasty”…
Ootani: Yeah, for example.
Ootani: I’m also raising James’ Mime Jr. It seemed to join Team Rocket so vigorously… awesome. It also had its own version of saying “it feels bad!”.
Mime Jr: Mi-me mime!!
Ootani: Oh, it flew off…
James: Ah, I feel better already today…
Jessie: Your yearning softened a lot, didn’t it?
James: Yes, it softened a lot.
Later, Jessie asks their guest if there are Pokemon that are easy to raise and Pokemon that are hard to raise. When she says yes, James asks her for example so she started with Pokemon that are difficult to talk with, because it’s hard to mimic their sound. First she impersonated Oddish which she liked from the beginning. Then she tells the story of how hard it was for her to voice Zoey’s Glameow, because she had to learn the technique of rolling her r’s in the right way.
As they end the talk about Pokemon that Ootani raises, Jessie begins the talk about the movie as she expresses her regret that they aren’t appearing in it. However, Nyasu seem to have a big role in the movie’s short as well as Pikachu. Later, Ootani promotes the movie.
Ootani: Pokemon Black and White, The Movie: Kyurem vs The Sacred Swordsman Keldeo, along with the movie short: Meloetta’s Sparkling Recital. Presented to public on July 14th!
Rockets clap their hands, they praise her for sounding like professional personality.
Ootani: Get everyone together and see the movie please!
Jessie: We will! Kojiro and me will come to see it immediately!
James: Will we go together with everyone?
After this, they end the corner with thanking Ootani for being their guest, and they take a break for a commercial.
Afterwards, they start the next corner, called “Team Rocket’s Knowledge Check” which is a short quiz. Meowth explains that they’re going to guess the titles of Pokemon opening and ending songs. Jessie says immediately to leave it to her. Meowth adds that if they know the
answer, they should say fast names of the three Pokemon they know and then they could answer with the song’s title, however, they can’t repeat the name of the Pokemon they said before already. If their answer will be wrong, they’re going to get clothes-pins attached to their arms. Rockets protest because it would hurt, and it was just supposed to be fun. Meowth ignores them and plays the first song’s fragment which is Roketto Dan yo eien ni. Jessie volunteers to answer when Meowth reminds them to give Pokemon names first. As she names the pokemon: Bulbasaur, Glameow, Pikachu, Meowth gives her priviledge to guess the song. Jessie is surprised and James starts to laugh. She says “I’ve been deceived” as she thought it was going to be Pokemon names quiz. Then she answers that it’s “Team Rocket’s Song”. Meowth informs her that she was close, but it wasn’t right answer. James volunteers to answer as Jessie gets clothes-pin attached. He lists Poliwag, Poliwhirl and Poliwrath and then he gives the right title of the song. Jessie gets pouty because she said it was Team Rocket’s song and James says that it was his fault. Meanwhile, Meowth says general information about the song. When he says that it was produced in December of 1997, they’re all surprised that it was so long time ago. Then Meowth switches to the next song, Maemuki Roketto Dan. This time, the one who is clueless is James. Jessie is teasing him as she seems to know. Meowth plays the song one more time and Jessie decides to guess it. She goes with Meloetta, Kyurem and Snivey and gives the right answer. After that they sing along to the song as Meowth plays it once again. He says that it was Team Rocket’s single from July of 2001,it was 12th Pokemon anime ending and had Wobbuffet starring in it too. The next song is Mezase! Pokemon Master!. Jessie and James can’t believe it’s a song and not just a quote since all they heard is Ash saying “Pokemon! Getto da ze!”. They ask their guest if she knows the answer and she guesses it right. Meowth informs that this single was produced in 1997 too and has been sold in 120 thousands copies in half a year since it came on sale and 200 thousands copies as of all time, which put everyone is under impression as they clap their hands. Next, Meowth gives a homework for all members listening to the radio to guess the title of the next song before next week and he plays its fragment two times. With this, they end the quiz and Meowth plays shortened version of Team Rocket’s theme, Roketto Dan yo eien ni.
After the song, Meowth asks everyone about their thoughts after the first episode of Team Rocket’s programme. Jessie says that she’s happy and James replied only with simple “yeah”. She asks him why he’s such in low spirits. He replies that it was because he was thinking about various things, and he admitted that he really is happy. Then they talk about Twitter account of the radio programme, to which their listeners can forward their questions and wishes. Meanwhile Ootani says that she wants to give it a try and become their member too. They tell her that she can tweet too. James comes up with the idea for a corner in which he could boast about his bottlecap collection. When Meowth reminds him that it would be hard to see them, James says that he could show photos on Twitter. Later Meowth announces all members that they can ask questions relating to the corners or their special guests. As they’re out of time, they finish their programme saying “Victory! It feels good!”.
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