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Talk:List of original series episodes

How come the original series episode list is "tweaked"? Pallet Party Panic should be Episode 83 but is listed as 81. Snow Way Out and Holiday Hi-Jynx are counted as episodes.

----HoennMaster 17:44, 10 August 2008 (UTC)

I dunno. It'd really mess up all the numbering we have right now... I really personally wonder why HHJ and SWO aren't counted... they were in the original schedule, they just didn't air them when Pokémon came back because they were meant to be aired as some sort of Christmas special, and that's kinda dumb to do in the middle of April. TTEchidna 18:47, 10 August 2008 (UTC)
I always thought they were only considered specials and not episodes. I seem to remember years ago several sites not counting them as episodes. And you're right, it would really mess up everything if we moved all of them. --PAK Man Talk 19:02, 10 August 2008 (UTC)
This is discussed in the manual of style. The original reason was so that the numbering lines up with Pokeani, however, things have gotten a little complicated since AG101. - 振霖T 02:46, 11 August 2008 (UTC)

I really don't think that is a good reason because the fact is that they are still regular episodes and should be noted that way. If they weren't real episodes then why would they be on the boxsets?

----HoennMaster 05:30, 11 August 2008 (UTC)

The numbering is based on Japanese broadcasting, so whether or not they are included in American boxsets has no bearing on it. - 振霖T 09:36, 11 August 2008 (UTC)

Can we include a translation of the Japanese titles?

I find it silly that we have the English title, the kanji for the Japanese title, but no translation of the Japanese. Is there a way to include both the Kanji and translation of the Japanese episode titles? I would be appreciative and be willing to help if there is someway to get them done quickly (like a team effort or some sort of code). Thanks for any answers. (also included on the talk pages for the list of AG and DP episodes) Monkeyjb1988 17:47, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

Ditto for this, see my answer at the AG episode list talk page. UltimateSephiroth (user · talk · contrib) 17:50, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

i was just about to suggest this.For each episode theres a translation into most launguages.But ironiclly not japanese romaji.How come?And a question why is fushigane in katakana i think it means mystery as in the episode bulbasaurs garden?--Solid! 08:11, 29 August 2009 (UTC)

A note on season boundries

While title changes usually happen at the start of a season, the start of new regions took more importance for the decision of when the change happens. (Thus, the uneven lengths of the Johto sections.) I don't know where the split between season 1 and season 2 lies but I do know the rest from how the Johto episodes are batched:

  • Season 3: The Pokémon Water War -> The Fortune Hunters (The end of Orange + Johto Journeys)
  • Season 4: A Goldenrod Opportunity -> Machoke, Machoke Man (Johto League Champions)
  • Season 5: Around the Whirlpool -> You're a Star, Larvitar! (Most of Master Quest)
  • Season 6: Address Unown -> Watt's with Wattson (The end of Master Quest + Advance)

So keep that in mind with the new template. --FabuVinny |Talk Page| 00:14, 7 March 2009 (UTC)

The boundary between seasons 1 and 2 is a tricky case. EP052 and EP053 are the first two episodes of season 2, but the four episodes afterward are the last four episodes of season 1. This is due to dub reordering, probably so Todd's original three-episode arc wasn't split between seasons. As a result, the dub season 1's final five episodes are 51-54-55-56-57 and season 2's first three episodes are 52-53-58.
Keep in mind that the two episodes the dub reordered to the start of season 2 (52 and 53) were reordered into their place in the Japanese order in the aftermath of the EP038 incident. --Shiningpikablu252 00:55, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
Oh who cares what the damn broadcasting companies ordered them as? Title change = season change. Season 1 was 82 episodes, there, happy day. We don't consider any other breaks besides the title change. TTEchidna 21:20, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
Um, if you're doing it that way why does "season 2" start with EP082 which still uses the original OP? This really isn't any different to another division where saga and Japanese OP change ≠ "season" change, except it's one episode this time instead of 13. I mean come ON, if you're going to use a system that goes against an official source at least be consistent about it. Or you could, you know, use the actual seasons, keep EP054-EP057 in the right places — adding an asterisk note that indicates they aired as part of season 1 — and make this a factual encyclopaedia page instead of just a fans' list of episodes riddled with inaccuracies. -- Thingamajig257 00:32, 10 April 2010
I believe this list goes by the DVDs' season splits - EP082 was included on the Orange Islands DVDs, thus why it is the first episode of the second season.
Also, please take note of the dates on talkpage discussions in the future. It generally isn't the greatest idea to respond to anything more than a few months old. 梅子 00:55, 10 April 2010 (UTC)
Also on the topic of the seasons in which the episodes air, there is full evidence on the Official Pokémon Website that the seasons air on those Episodes as well, here's the complete list of the seasons all the way up to number 6:
  • Season 1: Pokémon - I Choose You! -> Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden (Most of Indigo League)
  • Season 2: Princess vs. Princess -> Charizard Chills (The end of Indigo League + Beginning of Orange Islands)
  • Season 3: The Pokémon Water War -> The Fortune Hunters (The end of Orange Islands + Beginning of Johto Journeys)
  • Season 4: A Goldenrod Opportunity -> Machoke, Machoke Man (All of Johto League Champions)
  • Season 5: Around the Whirlpool -> You're a Star, Larvitar! (Most of Master Quest)
  • Season 6: Address Unown -> Watt's with Wattson (The end of Master Quest + Beginning of Advanced)
We should number the seasons respectively and have the different titles right at the time of when the changes in the opening occur.—Platinum Lucario (talk) 09:56, 1 February 2015 (UTC)

Screenshot

Hey, I uploaded file:EP039.png So it will appear on this list but it's not showing up. Is there somethine else I have to do for it to show here? - Flex S 11:43, 28 April 2009 (UTC)

Umm, I can see it, it's there. Maybe you need to refresh the page.. Kevzo8 11:43, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
Refresh the page.--FF(editstalk) 11:47, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
Ahh, It's there now. I will work on uploading all original screenshots, for this article and others. If that is OK. - Flex S 11:50, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
GREAT! Check my User page for a list of episode headers that needs to be uploaded!.--FF(editstalk) 11:52, 28 April 2009 (UTC)

It may just be my computer,

But why aren't some of the Images showing up, And I'm not dumb, Like EP029 (The Punchy Pokémon), It shows the episode name, but not the image. AND ITS BEEN UPLOADED, plus, it seems fine on Opera but not on Firfox, the rest are there however.--FF(editstalk) 11:46, 28 April 2009 (UTC)

It looks fine to me. The image are captioned as its name, so that when you hover the pointer on the image, the title will be shown. If the image fail load, it would just show the dub name. Sometimes it really happens. Kevzo8 11:51, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
Oh alright, I just have a fierce rivalry with my computer. thanks for clearing that up.--FF(editstalk) 11:54, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
I think I have the same thing, sometimes "Electric Shock Showdown" shows the name instead of the picture. Using Firefox. - Flex S 12:01, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
The list is like 50kb long, some browsers would really have problem loading the page. I'm also a Firefox 3 user.Kevzo8 12:04, 28 April 2009 (UTC)

Why it's protected!

Because there's no freakin' need to edit this page ever ever ever again. It's fine as it is. It's done, been over for six years. There's no need to change how any episodes are listed or anything. We don't need to put every little detail about the episode on there, either. No one cares if it was banned. Guess why? Because all of the episodes that didn't air ARE BANNED. TTEchidna 21:32, 25 May 2009 (UTC)

Images Broken

Hey, could this possibly be unprotected for like 5 minutes so I could fix the broken images? I would just fix the links so it shows up as the image that is on the actual episode page as they just appear as numbers and it looks horrible. thanks. -MasterKenobi 00:08, 13 June 2009 (UTC)

It's the server, it's happening to me too, don't worry about it.--ForceFire 03:03, 13 June 2009 (UTC)

same here.I had to refresh the page 15 times to finally get all the pics.--Solid! 08:07, 29 August 2009 (UTC)

Another picture problem

I uploaded EP070, but it isn't showing up, and when I click on the image link, it says it hasn't been uploaded. When I try to re-upload it, it says an image (mine!) already exists. What am I doing wrong?? Jazzmoth 01:39, 19 June 2009 (UTC)

It's some sort of transferring problem. Your picture is there, Bulbapedia just isn't showing it. You may have to refresh the page or wait a while. --ケンジガール 01:42, 19 June 2009 (UTC)

Incorrect Dating

I've noticed, going through the list, that some episodes are listed out of order. EP225 for example is set before previous english episodes. Firemaker 00:04, 27 June 2009 (UTC)

That's 4Kids's fault. They aired the episodes out of order because they're morons. TTEchidna 00:49, 27 June 2009 (UTC)


Error

When I hover over Pippi on EP006 it says Cleffa, but Cleffa wasn't in the episode. It should be Clefairy. So can it be changed?Pokemon champ 03:57, 13 August 2009 (UTC)

I have tried to edit the page to correct this, too, but the page is still protected.
~~LDEJRuff~~(see what I have contributed) July 7, 2010, 4:43 (EDT)

Asking for a chance

Can someone with admin powers change "Canna" to "Kanna" and "Shiba" to "Siba" in this article? --Maxim 13:55, 16 December 2009 (UTC)

Edit request

Please fix "Fuschia" to "Fuchsia" in the TT tag in the Japanese name of EP032. Thanks. UltimateSephiroth (about me · chat · edits) 11:11, 8 August 2010 (UTC)

Another edit request

Could someone change "Bulu" to "Bull" in the translated Japanese title for EP149, because "Bull" is the trademarked romanization for Snubbull. Compass 22:31, 27 August 2010 (UTC)

Kangaskhan

EP034: please change "{{tt|Garura|Kangskhan}}" in "{{tt|Garura|Kangaskhan}}". --Valepert 15:55, 2 October 2010 (UTC)

Episode 81

"Pallet Party Panic" is officially considered (at least in the US) to be the first episode of the Orange Islands saga, yet it's classified here as the last episode of the Indigo League saga. Shouldn't that be changed?- unsigned comment from Lawrence (talkcontribs)

Indigo League

I though the Indigo League only had 52 episodes? Source: [[1]] - unsigned comment from Jasper C. (talkcontribs)

This page lists the Indigo League arc (Ash's adventure in Kanto), not the season Pokémon: Indigo League. --Abcboy (talk) 00:23, 28 February 2018 (UTC)
Thanks (and sorry for not signing)--Jasper (Chat) 00:53, 28 February 2018 (UTC)

A request for you...

The first five series based on the events of the first five respective generations were not given an English name until after the release of Pokémon the Series: XY. Please, will you split this article into "List of Pokémon the Series: The Beginning episodes" and "List of Pokémon the Series: Gold and Silver episodes" in merge the final twelve episodes into "List of Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire episodes"?

  • Pokémon - I Choose You! (TB001) through Charizard Chills (TB105) should be in "List of Pokémon the Series: The Beginning episodes".
  • The Pokémon Water War (GS001) through You're a Star, Larvitar! (GS157) should be in "List of Pokémon the Series: Gold and Silver episodes".
  • Address Unown! (RS001) through Hoenn Alone! (RS012) should be in Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire episodes".

SaturnMario, his talk and his contributions 23:25, 15 July 2018 (UTC)

But that wouldn't make any sense! The original series only consists of the Kanto, Orange Islands, and Johto episodes! Why should any of them be combined with the Hoenn episodes? They are not part of the same series! --FinnishPokéFan92 (talk) 05:50, 16 July 2018 (UTC)
Some sources identify that the original series only consists of 80 episodes of the Indigo League arc, 36 episodes of the Orange League arc, and 157 episodes of the Johto League arc. However:
  • The Pokémon Water War through The Rivalry Revival were not included in the Orange League arc.
  • Charizard Chills is considered the final official episode of Pokémon the Series: The Beginning.
  • The Pokémon Water War is considered the first official episode of Pokémon the Series: Gold and Silver.
  • Address Unown! through Hoenn Alone! were not included in the Johto League arc.
  • You're a Star, Larvitar! is considered the final official episode of Pokémon the Series: Gold and Silver.
  • Address Unown! is considered the first official episode of Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire and the Hoenn League arc.
--SaturnMario, his talk and his contributions 23:44, 16 July 2018 (UTC)
Series does not correspond to seasons. In fact, on Pokemon TV, those episodes you mentioned are now moved to the corresponding region header. All AG episodes are now under RS series, all GS episodes are under GS series. We already have individual articles for the individual seasons. -Pokeant (talk) 07:40, 17 July 2018 (UTC)

Episodes aired in Brazil

The Pokémon anime started airing in Brazil for the first time on RecordTV on May 10, 1999. Almost every Indigo League arc episode was aired until Friend and Foe Alike, i.e. the entire season one and the first half of season two. The Orange Islands saga was skipped completely, along with most of the Johto League arc (only the first 26 episodes of seasons three and four were aired). In January 5, 2004, Cartoon Network started airing season six, which started with Quem é esse Unown?!.--Warnerbrosfan1903 02:39, 14 September 2020 (UTC)

Episodes aired in Brazil/Indigo League

The first season of Pokémon is aired in Brazil on RecordTV on May 10, 1999 to March 14, 2000.

Indigo League - Part 1 (Season 1)
  1. Pokémon, Eu Escolho Você! (May 10, 1999)
  2. Emergência Pokémon (May 11, 1999)
  3. Ash Pega um Pokémon (May 12, 1999)
  4. O Desafio do Samurai (May 13, 1999)
  5. Exibição na Cidade de Pewter (May 14, 1999)
  6. Clefairy e a Pedra da Lua (May 17, 1999)
  7. As Flores Aquáticas da Cidade de Cerulean (May 18, 1999)
  8. O Caminho para a Liga Pokémon (May 19, 1999)
  9. A Escola dos Golpes Duros (May 20, 1999)
  10. Bulbasauro e a Vila Escondida (May 21, 1999)
  11. Charmander, o Pokémon Perdido (May 24, 1999)
  12. Aí Vem o Esquadrão Squirtle (May 25, 1999)
  13. Mistério no Farol (May 26, 1999)
  14. A Exibição do Choque Elétrico (May 27, 1999)
  15. Batalha a Bordo do St. Anne (May 28, 1999)
  16. O Naufrágio Pokémon (May 31, 1999)
  17. A Ilha dos Pokémons Gigantes (June 1, 1999)
  18. Tentacool e Tentacruel (June 2, 1999)
  19. O Fantasma do Pico da Donzela (June 3, 1999)
  20. Adeus, Butterfree! (June 4, 1999)
  21. Abra e o Show de Paranormais (June 7, 1999)
  22. A Torre do Terror (June 8, 1999)
  23. Haunter VS Kadabra (June 9, 1999)
  24. Primeape Endoidece (June 10, 1999)
  25. Perfume de Pokémon! (June 11, 1999)
  26. Soneca Hipnótica (June 14, 1999)
  27. Na Moda dos Pokémons (June 15, 1999)
  28. O Pokémon Lutador (June 16, 1999)
  29. Faíscas Voam pelo Magnemite (June 17, 1999)
  30. Em Busca dos Digletts! (June 18, 1999)
  31. Os Poderes do Poké-Ninja (June 21, 1999)
  32. A Poké-Corrida (June 22, 1999)
  33. O Filho de Kangaskhan (June 23, 1999)
  34. A Gangue das Bicicletas (June 24, 1999)
  35. A Mansão Misteriosa do Ditto (June 25, 1999)
  36. O Adeus de Pikachu (June 28, 1999)
  37. Irmãos da Pesada (June 29, 1999)
  38. Acorde, Snorlax! (June 30, 1999)
  39. Batalha na Cidade Sombria (July 1, 1999)
  40. A Marcha dos Exeggutors (July 2, 1999)
  41. O Problema com Paras (July 5, 1999)
  42. A Canção de Jigglypuff (July 6, 1999)
  43. Ataque dos Pokémons Pré-Históricos (July 7, 1999)
  44. Uma Operação Chansey (July 8, 1999)
  45. Sagrado Matrimônio (July 9, 1999)
  46. O Pokémon Farfetch'd (July 12, 1999)
  47. Quem Vai Ficar com Togepi? (July 13, 1999)
  48. O Jardim Misterioso de Bulbasaur (July 14, 1999)
  49. A Unidade Canina! (July 15, 1999)
  50. Fotógrafo de Pokémon (July 16, 1999)
  51. O Teste Final (July 19, 1999)
  52. O Segredo do Centro de Criação (July 20, 1999)
Indigo League - Part 2 (Season 2)
  1. Princesa Contra Princesa (February 7, 2000)
  2. O Herói Perfeito (February 8, 2000)
  3. E Tome Charada (February 9, 2000)
  4. Pânico no Vulcão (February 10, 2000)
  5. Desmaios na Praia de Blastoise (February 11, 2000)
  6. A Sereia Misty (February 14, 2000)
  7. Contos Clefairy (February 15, 2000)
  8. A Batalha da Insígnia (February 16, 2000)
  9. A Hora do Mr. Mime (February 17, 2000)
  10. Feriado a Lá Jynx (February 18, 2000)
  11. Perdidos na Neve (February 21, 2000)
  12. Batalha no Curral Pokémon (February 22, 2000)
  13. A Solução da Evolução (February 23, 2000)
  14. O Pi-Kahuna (February 24, 2000)
  15. A Hora do Gloom (February 25, 2000)
  16. Luz, Câmera, Quack-Ação (February 28, 2000)
  17. Vá pra Hollywood, Meowth (February 29, 2000)
  18. Domando o Onixperado (March 1, 2000)
  19. O Antigo Quebra-Cabeça de Pokemópolis (March 2, 2000)
  20. Um Osso Duro de Roer (March 3, 2000)
  21. No Maior Fogo! (March 6, 2000)
  22. Começa o Primeiro Round! (March 7, 2000)
  23. Fogo e Gelo (March 8, 2000)
  24. O Difícil Quarto Turno (March 9, 2000)
  25. Amigo de Verdade (March 10, 2000)
  26. Amigo e Inimigo (March 13, 2000)
  27. Amigos até o Fim (March 14, 2000)

As the Indigo League is finished, Ash and his friends will go to the Orange Islands.--Warnerbrosfan1903 03:06 14 September 2020 (UTC)

Episodes aired in Brazil/Adventures in the Orange Islands

The second season of Pokémon is aired in Brazil on RecordTV and on Cartoon Network on March 15, 2000 until 2001.

Adventures in the Orange Islands - Part 1 (Season 2)
  1. Uma Festa de Arromba (March 15, 2000)
  2. Susto no Ar (March 16, 2000)
  3. A Poké Bola Misteriosa (March 17, 2000)
  4. O Lapras Perdido (June 15, 2000)
  5. Maré de Sorte (June 16, 2000)
  6. A Revolta do Pikachu (June 19, 2000)
  7. O Onix de Cristal (June 20, 2000)
  8. Tudo Rosa (June 21, 2000)
  9. A Revolta dos Fósseis (June 22, 2000)
  10. Uma Briga Teatral! (June 23, 2000)
  11. Adeus Psyduck (June 26, 2000)
  12. Enfermeira de Pokémon (June 27, 2000)
  13. Manobras Radicais (June 28, 2000)
  14. Fome de Snorlax (June 29, 2000)
  15. Fantasmas Camaradas (June 30, 2000)
  16. O Rei Meowth (July 3, 2000)
  17. Um Novo Amigo para o Tracey (July 4, 2000)
  18. Mas Que Dia (July 5, 2000)
  19. Batalha Errada na Ilha Mandarin (July 6, 2000)
  20. Onde Estás, Pokémon? (July 7, 2000)
  21. Vai Nessa, Pokémon (July 10, 2000)
  22. A Ameaça Misteriosa (July 11, 2000)
  23. Misty Encontra um Par (July 12, 2000)
  24. Arranjando Encrenca (July 13, 2000)
  25. Fica Frio, Charizard (July 14, 2000)
Adventures in the Orange Islands - Part 2 (Season 3)
  1. A Guerra de Água Pokémon (March 5, 2001)
  2. A Batalha pela Comida dos Pokémons (March 6, 2001)
  3. Pokémon Encrenca em Dobro (March 7, 2001)
  4. O Observador Maluco! (March 8, 2001)
  5. O Caso dos Esporos Paralizantes (March 9, 2001)
  6. Alô, Pummelo! (March 12, 2001)
  7. Que Venha o Dragonite (March 13, 2001)
  8. Vivas las Lapras (March 14, 2001)
  9. O Rodeio Subterrâneo (March 15, 2001)
  10. O Circo Está Armado (March 16, 2001)
  11. Revivendo as Rivalidades (March 19, 2001)

As the Adventures in the Orange Islands is finished, Ash and his friends goes to Johto.--Warnerbrosfan1903 04:19, 15 September 2020 (UTC)

The season was realy finished--Warnerbrosfan1903 04:26, 15 September 2020 (UTC)
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