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Oluolu debuted in ''[[SM028|Pulling Out the Pokémon Base Pepper!]]''. {{an|Professor Kukui}} saw {{Ash}}'s excitement after watching one of Oluolu's Pokémon Base games on [[television]]. As a result, he and [[Samson Oak|Principal Oak]] arranged a Pokémon Base match for the {{ashfr|students}} of the Pokémon School and their Pokémon, with the three adults commentating the match. When {{TRT}} arrived, with [[Jessie]] wanting Oluolu's autograph, he agreed to participate in a game between the students and the evil trio. Just when it seemed like Team Rocket was about to win, Oluolu had his {{p|Snorlax}} perform the [[Z-Move]] {{m|Pulverizing Pancake}}, allowing the school team to win the match. Despite Team Rocket losing, Oluolu still offered Jessie his autograph as thanks for the good game, but before she could take it, {{an|Bewear}} showed up and carried the trio away.
In ''[[SM048|Night of a Thousand Poses!]]'', Oluolu was seen playing Pokémon Base on TV. In ''[[SM057|The Dex Can't Help It!]]'', he was playing Pokémon Base with a {{p|Druddigon}} when {{an|Rotom Pokédex}} ended up on TV. Oluolu reappeared in [[SM129]] to participate in the [[Manalo Conference]]. He ended up losing in the preliminary round.
Much like Samson Oak, Oluolu has a habit of making Pokémon gags, accompanied by a visual imitation of the Pokémon in question.
|epname=Pulling Out the Pokémon Base Pepper!
|vaen=Carter Cathcart
|desc={{p|Snorlax}} is Oluolu's only known Pokémon. He used it during the Pokémon Base match between the Pokémon School team and Team Rocket. It appeared again in ''[[SM048|Night of a Thousand Poses!]]'', where it was seen on the [[TV]] at {{an|Professor Kukui}}'s house;. andIt appeared once more in [[SM129]] where Oluolu used it in the preliminary round of the [[Manalo Conference]]. It ended up getting knocked out off-screen, eliminating its Trainer from the tournament.
Snorlax's only known move is {{m|Giga Impact}}{{tt|*|Never used, confirmed through the use of its exclusive Z-Move}}.<br>