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List of references to Pokémon in popular culture

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| rowspan="45" | ''{{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.
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| ''Caffeine-Induced Aneurysm''
| style="text-align:left;" | A skit involves some children playing with Pokémon figurines and an old man exclaims that back in his day there were only [[Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|150 Pokémon]], and his wife (presumably) informs him there were actually {{p|Mew|151}}. He exclaims that she is a nerd, and then dies of a heart attack. Saddened, she then proclaims "That's how he would have wanted to go."
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| ''Walking Dead Lobster''
| style="text-align:left;" | A skit parodying the games involved {{wp|Michael Vick}} challenging Red (named Ash in this) to battle with a Rottweiler. Pikachu uses [[Thunder Shock]], lowering it to one HP, which leads to Vick torturing the dog to death. He is then arrested and eventually goes back to the NFL, with money raining down on him and "Vick Wins" in the text box, leaving Ash confused.
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