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Japanese:

Japan 三間雅文 (Masafumi Mima) Voice Director

Japan 千本木彩花 (Sayaka Senbongi) Go's Jimereon
Japan 松本梨香 (Rica Matsumoto) Satoshi
Japan 山下大輝 (Daiki Yamashita) Go
Japan 大谷育江 (Ikue Ohtani) Pikachu
Japan 林原めぐみ (Megumi Hayashibara) Go's Aceburn
Japan 花澤香菜 (Kana Hanazawa) Koharu
Japan 中村悠一 (Yūichi Nakamura) Professor Sakuragi
Japan 三木眞一郎 (Shin-ichiro Miki) Go's Kailios
Japan 犬山イヌコ (Inuko Inuyama) Professor Sakuragi's Wanpachi
Japan 上田祐司 (Yūji Ueda) Go's Heracros
Japan 真堂圭 (Kei Shindō) Koharu's Eievui
Japan 武田華 (Hana Takeda) Go's Sarunori
Japan 清水理沙 (Risa Shimizu) Go's Nidoran♀
Japan 千本木彩花 (Sayaka Senbongi) Kikuna
Japan 観世智顕 (Noriaki Kanze) Renji
Japan マリナアイコルツ (Marina Aicholtz) Go's Smartphone Rotom
Japan 堀内賢雄 (Kenyu Horiuchi) Narration

English:

United States Lisa Ortiz Voice Director

United States Sarah Natochenny Ash Ketchum
United States Sarah Natochenny Goh's Misdreavus
United States Sarah Natochenny Goh's Chinchou
United States Sarah Natochenny Goh's Wingull
United States Zeno Robinson Goh
United States Michele Knotz Goh's Oddish
United States Michele Knotz Goh's Goldeen
United States Cherami Leigh Chloe
United States Cherami Leigh Goh's Grookey
United States Rodger Parsons Narrator
United States Casey Mongillo Goh's Cinderace
United States Casey Mongillo Chrysa
United States Casey Mongillo Goh's Raichu
United States Tara Jayne Sands Professor Cerise's Yamper
United States Sam Black Goh's Metapod
United States Kyle Hebert Goh's Darmanitan
United States Billy Kametz Ren
United States Mike Liscio Goh's Giant Magikarp
United States Lisa Ortiz Goh's Phantump
United States Lisa Ortiz Goh's Fletchling
United States Jake Paque Cameraman
United States Bill Rogers Goh's Pineco
United States Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld Goh's Bunnelby
United States Erica Schroeder Goh's Rotom Phone
United States Erica Schroeder Goh's Sobble
United States Erica Schroeder Goh's Drizzile
United States Erica Schroeder Goh's Poliwag
United States Erica Schroeder Chloe's Eevee
United States Billy Bob Thompson Goh's Paras
United States Billy Bob Thompson Goh's Parasect
United States Sam Black Goh's Scizor
United States Marc Thompson Goh's Mankey
United States Marc Thompson Goh's Ekans
United States Marc Thompson Goh's Exeggutor
United States Marc Thompson Goh's Exeggutor (Alolan Form)
United States Justin Anselmi Goh's Spearow Uncredited
United States Erica Schroeder Goh's Teacher
United States Faye Mata Reporter
United States Sarah Borges Audio Description

International:

Summary

Japanese Summary:

憧れのインテレオンに進化したと思い込んだメッソンがジメレオンになった自分の姿をみてがっかり。洞窟に引きこもり、ゴウともすれ違うようになってしまって…?

インテレオンに憧れて、ヒット&アウェイの特訓をしているゴウのメッソン。人知れずナゾノクサのピンチを救い、なんとジメレオンに進化した!しかし、インテレオンに進化できたと思い込んでいたため、水面に写るジメレオンになった自分の姿を見てがっかりしてしまう。ジメレオンは洞窟に引きこもり、ゴウともすれ違うようになってしまって…?

Japanese Summary Translation:

Messon gets really let down when it sees it has become a Jimereon, since it thought it had evolved into the Inteleon it admires so much. As a result, it secludes itself in a cave, estranging itself even from Go...?

Go's Messon, which greatly admires Inteleon, has been practicing out-boxer style fighting. And believe it or not, after it saves an unattended Nazonokusa that got into trouble, it evolves into a Jimereon! However, since it thought it had managed to evolve into an Inteleon, it gets really let down when it looks at its reflection in the water and sees it has become a Jimereon. As a result, it secludes itself in a cave, estranging itself even from Go...?

Characters

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  • United States Ash Ketchum
  • Japan サトシ
  • Japan Satoshi
  • Japan Satoshi
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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
  • Japan Pikachu
Goh
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  • United States Goh
  • Japan ゴウ
  • Japan
  • Japan Go
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  • United States Chloe
  • Japan コハル
  • Japan Koharu
  • Japan Koharu
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  • United States Professor Cerise
  • Japan サクラギ博士
  • Japan Sakuragi-hakase
  • Japan Professor Sakuragi
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  • United States Professor Cerise's Yamper
  • Japan サクラギ博士のワンパチ
  • Japan Sakuragi-hakase no Wanpachi
  • Japan Professor Sakuragi's Wanpachi
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  • United States Chrysa
  • Japan キクナ
  • Japan Kikuna
  • Japan Kikuna
Ren
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  • United States Ren
  • Japan レンジ
  • Japan Renji
  • Japan Renji
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  • United States Goh's Kakuna
  • Japan ゴウのコクーン
  • Japan Go no Cocoon
  • Japan Go's Cocoon
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  • United States Goh's Beedrill
  • Japan ゴウのスピアー
  • Japan Go no Spear
  • Japan Go's Spear
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  • United States Goh's Pinsir
  • Japan ゴウのカイロス
  • Japan Go no Kailios
  • Japan Go's Kailios
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  • United States Goh's Metapod
  • Japan ゴウのトランセル
  • Japan Go no Transel
  • Japan Go's Transel
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  • United States Goh's Butterfree
  • Japan ゴウのバタフリー
  • Japan Go no Butterfree
  • Japan Go's Butterfree
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  • United States Goh's Paras
  • Japan ゴウのパラス
  • Japan Go no Paras
  • Japan Go's Paras
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  • United States Goh's Parasect
  • Japan ゴウのパラセクト
  • Japan Go no Parasect
  • Japan Go's Parasect
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  • United States Goh's Misdreavus
  • Japan ゴウのムウマ
  • Japan Go no Muma
  • Japan Go's Muma
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  • United States Goh's Sentret
  • Japan ゴウのオタチ
  • Japan Go no Otachi
  • Japan Go's Otachi
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  • United States Goh's Darmanitan
  • Japan ゴウのヒヒダルマ
  • Japan Go no Hihidaruma
  • Japan Go's Hihidaruma
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  • United States Goh's Golurk
  • Japan ゴウのゴルーグ
  • Japan Go no Goloog
  • Japan Go's Goloog
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  • United States Goh's Spearow
  • Japan ゴウのオニスズメ
  • Japan Go no Onisuzume
  • Japan Go's Onisuzume
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  • United States Goh's Poliwag
  • Japan ゴウのニョロモ
  • Japan Go no Nyoromo
  • Japan Go's Nyoromo
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  • United States Goh's Oddish
  • Japan ゴウのナゾノクサ
  • Japan Go no Nazonokusa
  • Japan Go's Nazonokusa
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  • United States Goh's Nidoran♂
  • Japan ゴウのニドラン♂
  • Japan Go no Nidoran♂
  • Japan Go's Nidoran♂
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  • United States Goh's Nidoran♀
  • Japan ゴウのニドラン♀
  • Japan Go no Nidoran♀
  • Japan Go's Nidoran♀
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  • United States Goh's Ekans
  • Japan ゴウのアーボ
  • Japan Go no Arbo
  • Japan Go's Arbo
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  • United States Goh's Grookey
  • Japan ゴウのサルノリ
  • Japan Go no Sarunori
  • Japan Go's Sarunori
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  • United States Chloe's Eevee
  • Japan コハルのイーブイ
  • Japan Koharu no Eievui
  • Japan Koharu's Eievui
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  • United States Goh's Cinderace
  • Japan ゴウのエースバーン
  • Japan Go no Aceburn
  • Japan Go's Aceburn
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  • United States Goh's Goldeen
  • Japan ゴウのトサキント
  • Japan Go no Tosakinto
  • Japan Go's Tosakinto
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  • United States Goh's Giant Magikarp
  • Japan ゴウの大型コイキング
  • Japan Go no ōgata Koiking
  • Japan Go's Giant Koiking
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  • United States Goh's Flabébé (White Flower)
  • Japan ゴウのフラベベ (しろ)
  • Japan Go no Flabebe (Shiro)
  • Japan Go's Flabebe (White)
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  • United States Goh's Flabébé (Blue Flower)
  • Japan ゴウのフラベベ (あお)
  • Japan Go no Flabebe (ao)
  • Japan Go's Flabebe (Blue)
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  • United States Goh's Flabébé (Orange Flower)
  • Japan ゴウのフラベベ (オレンジ)
  • Japan Go no Flabebe (Orange)
  • Japan Go's Flabebe (Orange)
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  • United States Goh's Flabébé (Yellow Flower)
  • Japan ゴウのフラベベ (きいろ)
  • Japan Go no Flabebe (Kīro)
  • Japan Go's Flabebe (Yellow)
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  • United States Goh's Flabébé (Red Flower)
  • Japan ゴウのフラベベ (あか)
  • Japan Go no Flabebe (Aka)
  • Japan Go's Flabebe (Red)
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  • United States Goh's Phantump
  • Japan ゴウのボクレー
  • Japan Go no Bokurei
  • Japan Go's Bokurei
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  • United States Goh's Fletchling
  • Japan ゴウのヤヤコマ
  • Japan Go no Yayakoma
  • Japan Go's Yayakoma
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  • United States Goh's Sobble
  • Japan ゴウのメッソン
  • Japan Go no Messon
  • Japan Go's Messon
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  • United States Goh's Wingull
  • Japan ゴウのキャモメ
  • Japan Go no Camome
  • Japan Go's Camome
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  • United States Goh's Pineco
  • Japan ゴウのクヌギダマ
  • Japan Go no Kunugidama
  • Japan Go's Kunugidama
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  • United States Goh's Heracross
  • Japan ゴウのヘラクロス
  • Japan Go no Heracros
  • Japan Go's Heracros
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  • United States Goh's Raichu
  • Japan ゴウのライチュウ
  • Japan Go no Raichu
  • Japan Go's Raichu
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  • United States Goh's Exeggutor
  • Japan ゴウのナッシー
  • Japan Go no Nassy
  • Japan Go's Nassy
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  • United States Goh's Exeggutor (Alolan Form)
  • Japan ゴウのナッシー (アローラのすがた)
  • Japan Go no Nassy (Alolan no sugata)
  • Japan Go's Nassy (Alolan Form)
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  • United States Goh's Chinchou
  • Japan ゴウのチョンチー
  • Japan Go no Chonchie
  • Japan Go's Chonchie
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  • United States Goh's Bunnelby
  • Japan ゴウのホルビー
  • Japan Go no Horubee
  • Japan Go's Horubee
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  • United States Goh's Mankey
  • Japan ゴウのマンキー
  • Japan Go no Mankey
  • Japan Go's Mankey
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  • United States Goh's Boldore
  • Japan ゴウのガントル
  • Japan Go no Gantle
  • Japan Go's Gantle
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  • United States Goh's Drizzile
  • Japan ゴウのジメレオン
  • Japan Go no Jimereon
  • Japan Go's Jimereon
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  • United States Goh's Diglett
  • Japan ゴウのディグダ
  • Japan Go no Digda
  • Japan Go's Digda
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  • United States Jacqueline
  • Japan ジャクリーン
  • Japan Jacqueline
  • Japan Jacqueline
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  • United States Jacqueline's Inteleon
  • Japan ジャクリーンのインテレオン
  • Japan Jacqueline no Inteleon
  • Japan Jacqueline's Inteleon
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  • United States Goh's Scizor
  • Japan ゴウのハッサム
  • Japan Go no Hassam
  • Japan Go's Hassam
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  • United States Goh's Rotom Phone
  • Japan ゴウのスマホロトム
  • Japan Go no Sumaho Rotom
  • Japan Go's Smartphone Rotom

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Caterpie
  • Japan キャタピー
  • Japan Caterpie
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  • United States Metapod
  • Japan トランセル
  • Japan Transel
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  • United States Butterfree
  • Japan バタフリー
  • Japan Butterfree
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  • United States Houndour
  • Japan デルビル
  • Japan Delvil
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  • United States Poochyena
  • Japan ポチエナ
  • Japan Pochiena
00:00

YouTube

On April 19th, 2021, the official Japanese Twitter account reminded people that this episode was available to watch on the official Japanese YouTube channel. The video was region locked to Japan only. It was available from April 16th, 2021 to April 23rd, 2021. This episode was specifically labeled as a limited time broadcast (期間限定配信).

Episode #62
Woebegone Jimereon...
Messon has evolved into Jimereon, but
But it was shocked that it couldn't become an Inteleon...
What's going to happen to its relationship with Go?

第62話
「じめじめジメレオン」では…
メッソン が #ジメレオン に進化したけれど
インテレオン になれなかったことにショックを受けて…
ゴウとの関係、どうなっちゃうの⁉

00:00

After Story

The official Japanese Anime PR Twitter account posted an After Story comic on April 18th, 2021 by #もじゃクッキー @mojacookie

As it watched Jimereon, Aceburn was reminded of its old self.

ジメレオン の様子を見ているうちに
エースバーン も
昔の自分を思い出したようです

05:52

Production Art

The official Japanese Anime PR Twitter account posted a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this Anipoke episode with a production artwork piece. The picture features Jimereon.
00:00

Special First-Airing Segment Pocket Monsters Pikachu Run

Data Broadcast Pokémon: Jimereon
00:01

Eyecatch A Netflix Series

From episode 49-onward of Journeys, the eyecatch changes "A Netflix Original Series" to "A Netflix Series" since they ditched "Netflix Original".
09:26

Who's that Pokémon Master Journeys

10:22

Who's that Pokémon Pocket Monsters 2019

21:45

Let's PokéRiddle!! Let's PokéRiddle!!

The first part of the Let's PokéRiddle!! segment aired between the end of the episode and the ending theme.
23:43

Let's PokéRiddle!! Let's PokéRiddle!!

Guided by this pattern, the [?] Pokémon is?
Hint: Note the number of leaves on the fruit.
Explanation: Match the names of the fruits in order of the number of leaves, starting with the one with the least number of leaves.
Answer: Jimereon

この法則に従って導かれる「?」のポケモンは?
ヒント: 果物についている葉っぱの枚数に注目
解説:葉っぱの枚数が少ないものから順番に果物の名前を当てはめましょう。
正解:ジメレオン

The official Japanese Anime PR Twitter account also posted the PokéRiddle and the answer on April 17th / April 18th, 2021.

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:01 みんなのゆうき
Japanese (Romanized): Min'na no yūki
Japanese (Trans): Everyone's Courage
Recap
Japan 00:29 なんだこりゃ!
Japanese (Romanized): Nanda korya!
Japanese (Trans): What is this!
Satoshi and Go are getting interviewed.
Japan 01:05 1・2・3 Opening Theme for the Japanese Version
Japan 02:33 サブタイトル
Japanese (Romanized): Subtitle
Japanese (Trans): Subtitle
Title Card
Japan 02:43 1,2,3,4! The interview continues.
Japan 03:57 こうそくバトル
Japanese (Romanized): Kōsoku battle
Japanese (Trans): High-speed battle
Messon evolves into Jimeleon.
Japan 05:16 ぽかーん
Japanese (Romanized): Pokān
Japanese (Trans): Gasp
Jimeleon is devastated that it isn't a Inteleon.
Japan 06:11 でっか!!
Japanese (Romanized): Dekka! !
Japanese (Trans): Big!!
Jimeleon gets angry and starts attacking the other Pokémon.
Japan 07:06 ふしぎなげんしょう
Japanese (Romanized): Fushigina genshō
Japanese (Trans): Mysterious phenomenon
Jimeleon wonders why it now uses Water Gun from its hands.
Japan 09:19 きみょうなせいたい
Japanese (Romanized): Kimyō na Seitai
Japanese (Trans): A Bizarre Way of Living
Aceburn comes to Go and tells him that Jimeleon has been found.
Japan 10:22 アイキャッチA
Japanese (Romanized): Eyecatch A
Japanese (Trans): Eyecatch A
Eyecatch Break
Japan 10:28 アイキャッチB
Japanese (Romanized): Eyecatch B
Japanese (Trans): Eyecatch B
Eyecatch Return
Japan 12:17 のーてんき
Japanese (Romanized): Nōtenki
Japanese (Trans): Lax
Aceburn tries to convince Jimeleon to come out.
Japan 14:14 やりとげた!
Japanese (Romanized): Yaritogeta!
Japanese (Trans): We Solved It!
Go states that the only reason that he and Aceburn brought Jimeleon out was for its own good.
Japan 16:43 ドキドキワクワク
Japanese (Romanized): Doki doki waku waku
Japanese (Trans): So Exciting
Satoshi and Koharu decide to continue helping Go find Jimeleon.
Japan 18:28 またいつか
Japanese (Romanized): Mata itsuka
Japanese (Trans): See You Again Someday
Go recalls not wanting to play with his classmates anymore when he was younger.
Japan 20:58 ひはまたのぼる
Japanese (Romanized): Hi wa mata noboru
Japanese (Trans): The Sun Rises Again
Go finds that Jimeleon has returned to the cave.
Japan 21:44 ポケモンしりとり(ピカチュウ→ミュウVer.)
Japanese (Trans): Pokémon Shiritori (Pikachu → Mew Ver.)
Ending Theme for the Japanese Version
Japan 23:11 1・2・3じかいよこく
Japanese (Romanized): 1・2・3 Jikai yokoku
Japanese (Trans): 1・2・3 Next Episode Preview
Pocket Monsters (2019) Episode 63 Preview

Dub Music:

Time Track Notes
United States 01:18 Journey to Your Heart (Theme from "Pokémon Master Journeys") Opening Theme for the English Dub
United States 21:00 Journey to Your Heart (Theme from "Pokémon Master Journeys") (Instrumental Version) Ending Theme for the English Dub (Instrumental Version)

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 19
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 2
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Messon gets really let down when it sees it has become a Jimereon, since it thought it had evolved into the Inteleon it admires so much. As a result, it secludes itself in a cave, estranging itself even from Go...?

Summary:
Go's Messon, which greatly admires Inteleon, has been practicing out-boxer style fighting. And believe it or not, after it saves an unattended Nazonokusa that got into trouble, it evolves into a Jimereon! However, since it thought it had managed to evolve into an Inteleon, it gets really let down when it looks at its reflection in the water and sees it has become a Jimereon. As a result, it secludes itself in a cave, estranging itself even from Go...?

Voice Cast:
Rica Matsumoto: Satoshi
Daiki Yamashita: Go
Ikue Ohtani: Pikachu
Megumi Hayashibara: Aceburn
Kana Hanazawa: Koharu
Yuichi Nakamura: Professor Sakuragi
Shinichiro Miki: Kailios
Inuko Inuyama: Wanpachi
Yuji Ueda: Heracros
Kei Shindo: Eievui
Hana Takeda: Sarunori
Risa Shimizu: Nidoran F
Sayaka Senbongi: Kikuna
Noriaki Kanze: Renji
Marina Aicholtz: Go's Smartphone Rotom
Kenyu Horiuchi: Narration
Last edited 24 Apr 2021 05:13 AM by Adamant
09 Sep 2021 11:35 AM
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The original air dates for the English dub get a bit confusing here so this is a list of when and where they originally aired first in English:
PMJ 14: Not Too Close for Comfort! - September 11th, 2021 on Teletoon in Canada
PMJ 15: On Land, In the Sea, and to the Future - September 18th, 2021 on Teletoon in Canada
PMJ 16: Absol Absolved - September 22nd, 2021 on POP in the UK, September 25th, 2021 on Teletoon in Canada
PMJ 17: Thrash of the Titans! - October 2nd, 2021 on Teletoon in Canada
Last edited 09 Sep 2021 11:48 AM by Sunain
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