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Professor Oak's Laboratory

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* In [[Generation I]], there is a moment when it is possible to stop the game. This happens if the {{player}} holds the A button after choosing their starter, which will stop the {{ga|Blue|rival}} from choosing his own starter until the player releases the button. This happens in all Generation I games, but is easier to perform in {{v2|Yellow}}.<ref>[ ""Freeze" the game in Oak's Lab", discovered and uploaded by LanceAndMissingNo.]</ref>
* If the player's Pokémon takes damage in their first battle against their rival in {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}, their Pokémon will be healed after the battle.
* Professor Oak's lab's iconic theme is not played in [[Generation IV]], with the background music instead being Pallet Town's theme. The only way to hear the lab theme is to listen to the [[Pokégear]] radio.
* In Yellow only, there is a trash can on the right side of the table containingwith the starter Pokémon, unlike in {{game|Red andon Blue|s}}it. This effectively blocks the player from walking to the other side of the table to collect Eevee where the rival can't push them.
* In [[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]], [[Sam]]'s sketchbook from ''[[M04|Celebi: The Voice of the Forest]]'' can be seen on the top of a bookshelf at the back of the laboratory.
** The same bookshelf also contains poems written by Professor Oak, referencing his habit of [[Professor Oak's Pokémon Lecture|making senryūs]] in the {{pkmn|anime}}.