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Riley says that he and Lucario would try something to disarm the bomb and tells the others to run as far as they can. When Riley and Lucario find the bombs, they attempt to take it off, but can't. Mars then detonates the bombs but there is no explosion. Riley and Lucario had used an Aura Bubble to trap an explosion in it. They then send it to the sky and the island is safe. [[Professor Carolina]] arrives and studies the stones Team Galactic had left and asks [[Riley]] to help her study the island's mysterious connection with the [[Veilstone City]] meteorites.
 
Back at [[Team Galactic]] Headquarters, Mars apologizes to [[Cyrus]] for her failure in destroying Iron Island. Cyrus tells her it's only a temporary setback, and places [[Saturn]] in charge of excavating the [[Spear Pillar]]. Even with only a 60% scan, Team Galactic have still made headway in their search for the Spear Pillar and their quest for the ability to control [[Sinnoh]] space-time will continue...
 
==Major events==
==Trivia==
* [[Professor Oak's Big Pokémon Examination]]: {{p|Skarmory}}
* Music from ''[[M08|Lucario and the Mystery of Mew]]'' and ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]'' is used as background music. In the dub, music from ''[[M05|Pokémon Heroes]]'' is also used.
* The way {{TP|James|Carnivine}} learned {{m|Vine Whip}} is somewhat similar to how {{TP|Jessie|Arbok}} and {{TP|James|Weezing}} evolved.
* This episode marks the second time in the anime that one of Team Rocket{{TRT}}'s Pokémon is seen learning a new move.
** The first was [[James's Cacnea]] in ''[[DP054|Once There Were Greenfields]]''. Both of them are also James's Pokémon.
*** They are both {{Tt|Grass}} types as well.
* The ruins discovered by [[Team Galactic]] have the same name as a [[Iron Ruins|real in-game location]] in {{v2|Platinum}}.
* Team Rocket doesn't blast off or recite their {{motto}} in this episode.
 
===Dub edits===
* Music from ''[[M05|Pokémon Heroes]]'' is used in addition to music from ''Lucario and the Mystery of Mew'' and ''Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea''.
 
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