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* In the dub Misty reveals that Ash slept in until four PM in the [[EP001|first episode]] while Misty doesn't specify any time in the Japanese original.
* This episode's dub title is a reference to the old advertising {{wp|slogan}}, "don't touch that dial!"
* This is the only time that the first episode of a region aired before the game the region corresponds to was released in Japan:; {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were not released in Japan until more than a month after this episode's first airing. Comparatively, [[Kanto]]'s first episode was aired more than a year after the release of {{game|Red and Green|s}}, [[Hoenn]] and [[Sinnoh]]'s first episodes were first aired on the day of their corresponding games' release, [[Unova]]'s first episodes were first aired two weeks after the release of{{game|Black and White|s}}, [[Kalos]]'s first episodes was aired five days after the release of {{g|X and Y}}, and [[Alola]]'s first episodes was aired one day after the release of {{g|Sun and Moon}}. In the United States, all episodes featuring the debut of a generation have aired shortly before the release of the corresponding games besides ''[[EP001|Pokémon - I Choose You!]]'', which aired three weeks before the release of {{game|Red and Blue|s}}.
** Coincidentally, this is the only time that music from a new generation premieres '''after''' the opening episode of its respective region. Instead the music debuts in ''[[EP123|Spinarak Attack]]'', the first episode to air after the release of Gold and Silver in Japan.
* This episode is featured on ''Volume 16: Totodile'' from [[Viz Media]]'s {{OBP|Pokémon All-Stars|Region 1}} series.
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