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List of references to Pokémon in popular culture

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| rowspan="34" | ''{{wp|Robot Chicken}}''
| ''Cracked China''
| style="text-align:left;" | A skit titled "Pikachu Secret" in the episode parodies the anime. In its running time of 62 seconds, things happen such as Ash wondering when Misty is going to "shut up and make dinner", {{Gary}} calling Ash "ass", and Ash's Pikachu {{wp|Grinding (dance)|grinding}} another while inside its Poké Ball.
| style="text-align:left;" | A skit titled "Bloopers!", which runs for 5 minutes and 13 seconds, has 26 seconds which is devoted to parodying the anime. Pikachu and Squirtle are having a conversation in Pokémon speak. Eventually, Squirtle breaks custom and starts speaking with profanity-riddled dialogue in human tongue, claiming the Pokémon speech makes no sense at all. Pikachu asks "Earl" to say the line or he'll get the gas with skunk spray, to which Squirtle asks the kids to "go read a book or something".
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| ''Chirlaxx''
| style="text-align:left;" | In the beginning of one skit, {{wp| George W. Bush}} is seen playing a Pokémon game on his [[Game Boy]] and says "Taste Poké-flame, Chirlaxx!"
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| ''Caffeine-Induced Aneurysm''