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As they reach the other end of [[Capacia Island]], {{Ash}} and {{ashfr}} rest at a [[Pokémon Center]]. The next morning, when Ash wakes up, he finds that the faces of {{an|Cilan}}, {{an|Iris}}, {{TP|Iris|Axew}} and {{AP|Pikachu}} have been replaced with that of a {{p|Beheeyem}}. He asks Cilan why they have Beeheyem masks on, and even attempts to pull it off, but causes Cilan agony instead, as it's attached to his face. He then tells Pikachu to shake it off, and he does so. When Cilan and Iris suddenly move towards him in a possessed manner, Ash and Pikachu run. Rushing outside, he finds that everyone in town, both people and Pokémon, have their face turned into a Beheeyem face. Ash worries what to do until he bumps into two people who have yet to be changed, [[Jessie]] and [[James]]. It turns out they are looking for {{MTR}} who has disappeared. Ash decides to form a temporary truce with them in order to try and restore the town.
Later, Jessie, James, and Ash come across a meeting in the town square, where, assisted by Nurse Joy, Officer Jenny and her Audino, a real Beheeyem is directing the townsfolk to search for something that looks like the Amulet Coin that Ash found. When the brainwashed Iris and Axew notice the three eavesdroppers, Beeheyem flashes its lights, which Officer Jenny translates as an order to pursue them, forcing them to hide by jumping through a drain cap and running to a warehouse. There, they find Meowth again and learn about the flying saucer and the failed attempts to take the amulet-coin like object on his forehead. Ash wants to confront the Beheeyem and make them return everyone to normal, while Team Rocket plots to steal their technology for the Boss. Then, they find a box of Pokemon masks, and disguise themselves. However, a lady's umbrella knocks Ash's mask off, and they are forced to flee again.
They sneak aboard the spaceship, where the Beheeyem take control of Meowth’s mind so they can speak through him. Through Meowth, they explain that their ship crashed and lost its power supply— which turns out to look like an Amulet Coin, and also like Meowth’s Charm. Ash offers the coin he found, but that’s not the one they’re looking for. James decides that if his “coin” is really a spaceship’s energy source, it’s much more valuable than he thought, so he isn’t interested in giving it up — until a helpful Thunderbolt from Pikachu sends the villains blasting off again and knocks the power supply into Ash’s hands.