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Ash, {{AP|Pikachu}}, Misty, Tracey, and Brock travel to [[Professor Oak's Laboratory]], with {{TRT}} watching from a distance. Ash is welcomed to the house by {{AP|Muk}}, who is crushing Oak under his weight. Tracey ignores the situation and asks to show Oak his sketches. Ash hands Oak the GS Ball and he puts it away to examine it later. Oak then shows them around the Laboratory, and Ash sends his {{AP|Tauros}} out to rejoin the herd before encountering his other Pokémon, {{AP|Snorlax}} and {{AP|Kingler}}. Over some cups of tea, Oak begins to review Tracey's sketches. As Tracey nervously awaits Oak's approval, he is interrupted by {{MTR}} activating a circus net that engulfs the Laboratory. Meanwhile, {{an|Jigglypuff}} appears and tries to go through the net, though it cannot.
Team Rocket performs their {{motto}} while doing a circus act. Just as Ash is about to call out {{AP|Bulbasaur}}, he notices Muk's insistence and sends it out instead. Jessie sends out {{TP|Jessie|Lickitung}}, but Muk ignores Lickitung and goes on to smother Jessie. James sends out {{TP|James|Victreebel}}, which Muk hugs as well. James tries his luck with {{m|Razor Leaf}}, but it fails, and Muk deflects the leaves. Victreebel begins to swallow Muk, whobut retaliatessoon withspits ait {{m|Poisonout Gas}}in attackdisgust. Lickitung slobbers all over Muk with its tongue, but it does nothing.
James commands Victreebel to use {{m|Sleep Powder}} on Muk, which works, much to Ash's surprise. Ash is about to call out {{AP|Squirtle}} and Bulbasaur, but Team Rocket then throws rings around him and the others, which immobilize them. A [[Team Rocket's mechas|Super Sucker]] then proceeds to suck all of the lab's [[Poké Ball]]s and Tracey's sketchbooks. Meowth asks again why Brock came back, though he doesn't give an answer. The last Ball sucked in is the GS Ball, but then, a rip in the tent appears, caused by a {{pkmn|Trainer}}'s {{p|Nidoqueen}}. Team Rocket's tent and Jigglypuff are sent flying into the distance. The [[Team Rocket's mechas|Meowth Balloon]] falls to the ground, releasing every Poké Ball inside. The Trainer turns out to be {{Gary}}, and his Nidoqueen attacks Lickitung by grabbing its tongue and swinging it into Team Rocket. Nidoqueen then sends Victreebel flying into Team Rocket with a {{m|Mega Punch}}. Jessie throws Meowth into the {{pkmn|battle}}; he tries using {{m|Scratch}}, but his claws break from Nidoqueen's armored body. Gary tells his Nidoqueen to strike back, hurling Team Rocket into the air and causing them to blast off.
<!-- This is not for summarizing everything that happens in this episode. Only events pertaining to the series as a whole, such as catching and releasing Pokémon and obtaining Badges, go here. -->
* {{Ash}} and {{ashfr}} arrive in [[Pallet Town]].
* {{an|Brock}} returns and meets {{Tracey}} for the first time.
* Tracey meets {{an|Professor Oak}} in person.
* Ash returns {{AP|Tauros}} to its herd at [[Professor Oak's Laboratory]].
* [[James's Victreebel]] is revealed to know {{m|Double-Edge}}{{tt|*|Japanese version only}} and {{m|Poison Powder}}{{tt|*|English dub only}}.
* [[Ash's{{Gary}} Muk]]returns, is revealed to knowhave obtained a {{mp|Poison GasNidoqueen}}, and decides to have a {{ttpkmn|*|English dub onlybattle}} with Ash.
* {{Gary}} returns, is revealed to have obtained a {{p|Nidoqueen}}, and decides to have a battle with Ash.
[[File:Dare da EP115.png|thumb|200px|right|{{tt|Dare da?|Who's That Pokémon?}}]]
* {{Ash}}
* {{an|Misty}}
[[File:WTP EP115.png|thumb|200px|right|Who's That Pokémon?]]
[[Who's That Pokémon?]]: {{p|Omastar}} ''(US and international)''; {{p|Mr. Mime}} ([[Mimey]]) ''(Japan)''
* {{p|Butterfree}} ({{DL|List of alternately colored Pokémon in the anime|Orange Archipelago Butterfree|Orange Archipelago Variant}})
====Other Pokémon seen at {{an|[[Professor Oak|Oak}}'s {{TP|Professor Oak|Laboratory}}]]====
* {{p|Nidorina}}
* {{p|Nidorino}} (×2)
* [[Pikachu's Jukebox]]: [[My Best Friends]]
* In the scene where Delia is accidentally trampling {{an|Brock}}, she does not recognize him until he looks up. In the original version, she recognizes Brock before he looks up.
* Ash commands {{AP|Muk}} to use {{m|Poison Gas}} in the English dub. In the original Japanese version, Ash said "Betbeton!" (Muk's Japanese name).
* When [[James]] orders his {{TP|James|Victreebel}} to attack Ash's Muk, in the dub, he told it to "get stuck on Muk". In the original version, he commands it to use {{m|Double-Edge}}.
* In the dub, James orders Victreebel to use {{m|Poison Powder}}, but in the original version, there is no mention of Victreebel knowing Poison Powder.
* Ash commands {{AP|Muk}} to use {{m|Poison Gas}} in the English dub. In the original Japanese version, Ash simply calls Muk by its name.
* The English-dubbed version of this episode was released in Japan as part of the ''{{DL|Pokémon de English|Pokémon de English! Kazu - Iro Hen}}'' VHS/DVD. This version has a few changes made:
** The [[Who's That Pokémon?]] segment is presented in the Johto League Champions style rather than the original style as the segment from [[EP158]] is used.
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